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Media Center

The Center for Injury Research & Policy is dedicated to providing information about our research and programs as well as links to other resources in the injury field that may be of interest to members of the media, legislators and their staff, policymakers, educators and community organizations.  

Media Requests
You may contact Eric Schulman, Injury Center Communications Specialist at eschulm2@jhu.edu or 443-287-2947 or the Office of Communications and Public Affairs at 410-955-6878. To speak with the Injury Center directly, please contact Edith Jones at 410-955-2221.

The following list of press releases and articles are either archived or currently posted on the Bloomberg School's home page.These releases were submitted to a variety of regional, national and global media outlets.

In addition to the press, the information is used by a wide array of audiences, including businesses, injury prevention and control specialists, policy and law makers, and the general public. The Center works with staff from the School’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs to disseminate research findings and respond to injury-related issues in the news.

2015 Press releases

June 18, 2015
Tamper-Resistant Pill Dispenser Aims to Stamp Out Medication Misuse

March 27, 2015
Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and Fire Safety Group Vision 20/20 to Host Smoke Alarm Summit

March 10, 2015
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Again Named No. 1 Grad School of Its Kind

2014 PRess releasesSeptember 24, 2014
The Power of Numbers: A Single Statistic Can Strengthen Public Support for Traffic Safety Laws

September 9, 2014
Nation's Leading Health Advocates Join Clinton Foundation, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Signing Consensus Statement on Prescription Drug Misuse, Abuse and Addiction

August 18, 2014
CDC Awards $4 Million to the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy

May 28, 2014
CARES Mobile Safety Center Hosts 10th Anniversary Bike Safety Rodeo

2013 Press ReleasesMay 30, 2013
New Research Finds Ninety-Three Percent of Homicides of U.S. Law Enforcement Officers Result from Firearms

March 28, 2013
Home Hot Water Temperatures Remain a Burn Hazard for Young and Elderly

2012 Press Releases

November 20, 2012
Rate of Suicide by Hanging/Suffocation Doubles in Middle Aged Men and Women

November 13, 2012

Housing Quality Associated with Children's Burn Injury Risk

October 9, 2012
Safety Pioneer Joan Claybrook Receives 2012 Community Hero Award

September 25, 2012

Incorporating Safety into Urban and Building Design: An Important Opportunity for Active Living and Injury Prevention

August 27, 2012
Study Explores Injury Risk in Military Humvee Crashes

August 8, 2012
Alcohol Advertising Standards Violations Most Common in Magazines with Youthful Audiences

May 15, 2012
Reported Increse in Older Adult Fall Deaths Due to Improved Coding

April 25, 2012

One in Three Households Misreports Smoke Alarm Coverage

April 17, 2012
Many Employee Assistance Programs Lack a Comprehensive Approach  to Addressing Intimate Partner Violence

January 30, 2012
New Center Research Finds More Efforts Are Needed to Address Motor Vehicle Crashes Among American Indians and Alaskan Natives

January 20, 2012
Center Research Finds Many Strategies to Increase Physical Activity for Kids Lack Injury Prevention Measures

January 17, 2012
Fewer Children Require Hospitalization Following Drowning Incidents

2011 Press Releases

November 7, 2011
Delaware Fire Service Offers Important Lessons for Fire Prevention Programs Nationwide

October 18, 2011
New Paper from Center Faculty Finds Alcohol Involvement in Fatal Crashes in U.S. is Similar for Mexican and U.S. Drivers, and Lower Among Drivers with Canadian Licenses

September 12, 2011
Oil and Gas Operations in the Gulf of Mexico Claim 139 Lives in Helicopter Crashes over 26-year Period

April 25, 2011
Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and APHA Host Kick-off Event to Highlight Safety is No Accident: Live Injury-Free Theme

2010 Press Releases

December 8, 2010
New Study from Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy Finds Youth Report Favorable Impressions of Community Street Outreach Workers

October 7, 2010
Center for Injury Research and Policy Receives Additional $38 Million from Defense Department to Expand Orthopedic Trauma Care Research

October 12, 2010
New Research from Center for Injury Research and Policy finds Pediatric Hospitalizations for ATV-related injuries More than Double

August 20, 2010
New Study from Center Researchers Finds Street Outreach Workers an Important Tool for Violence Prevention and Intervention


August 17, 2010
New Study by Ellen MacKenzie Finds Trauma Care is Cost Effective

August 5, 2010
Falls the Leading Cause of Injury Among Older Adults in China

April 20, 2010
Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health Awards Highest Prize in Public Health - the Frank A. Calderone Prize - to Susan Baker, Pioneer in Public Health

April 5, 2010
Fatal Injuries Increase in Older Americans

February 17, 2010
Majority of Marylanders without Advance Medical Directives

January 12, 2010
Significant Urban-Rural Disparities in Injury Mortality Seen in China

2009 Press Releases

December 1, 2009
More than One Thousand Patients in U.S. Admitted Annually for Aviation-Related Injuries

October 13, 2009
NFPA and Johns Hopkins to study how best to teach children about fire safety

September 8, 2009
Leading Injury and Health Organizations Urge Congress to Save Lives and Money by Including Injury Prevention in Health Care Reform

September 2, 2009
Deaths from Unintentional Injuries Increase for Many Groups

June 29, 2009
CareS Mobile Safety Center Focus of New Ad Campaign

June 26, 2009
Sightseeing Helicopter Crashes in Hawaii Devrease Following FAA Regulations; Proportion of Fatal Crashes Increases

June 15, 2009
Center Faculty Bridging the Gap Between Research and Policy

April 22, 2009
Media Ignores Health Consequences of Drinking and Driving Among Young Celebrities

January 12, 2009
Stay Warm, Stay Safe This Winter; Prevent House Fire Injuries


Archived Press Releases

What people are saying

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Engineering Safety

An experienced whitewater kayaker, Isaac Ludwig had made 10 trips down the Narrows of the Green rapids in North Carolina. His eleventh trip on April 1, 2007, was nearly his last.

When he got to the Gorilla, a 15-foot waterfall that lands on a shallow rock shelf, things started to go terribly wrong. He’s convinced that his WRSI helmet -- the result of a collaboration between the Center and other partners -- saved him in a harrowing fall in which he hit his head on a rock.  

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