2017 Basic Summer Institute:
Principles & Practice of Injury Prevention
June 5-8, 2017
Legg Mason Tower
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
Registration is now open here. Please note: There is a 50-participant cap on the Institute, so register before it is too late!
Principles & Practice of Injury Prevention is an intensive, competency-based course designed to enhance participants' knowledge and skills in injury and violence prevention. A problem-solving paradigm is used to introduce the principles and practice of injury prevention. The 3.5-day course includes:
- Lectures and discussions that cover core competencies in the field, led by Center faculty and other experts, and
- Small group exercises that enable participants to use what they are learning in lecture through hands-on practical application.
Who Should Attend
Public health and safety practitioners, health care professionals, students interested in injury and violence prevention, epidemiologists, first responders, trauma professionals, nurses, physicians, health department personnel, transportation safety planners, health and safety educators, fire and injury prevention professionals.
This course can be taken for academic credit (3 credits) or not for academic credit.
Scholarship opportunities will be available.
JHU employees may be eligible for tuition remission benefits.
2017 tuition rates for Principles and Practice of Injury Prevention:
For academic credit (3 credits): $3,273
For non-credit: $1,638
Students who take the course for non-credit will not receive a grade for the course and will not receive a JHSPH transcript, but will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion.
Please also note that a $50 course change feel will be charged if a change in registration from academic credit to non-credit or non-credit to academic credit is requested for institute enrollments.
Visit the School's Summer Institutes Tutition Page for information on payment options, refunds, and the cancellation policy.
The Center for Injury Research and Policy's Summer Institute Directors are Carolyn J. Fowler, PhD, MPH, and Andrea Gielen, ScD, ScM.