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A World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Injuries, Violence and Accident Prevention

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Road Traffic Injury Prevention and Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

The Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit (JH-IIRU) is pleased to offer a free, online training certificate program on Road Traffic Injury Prevention and Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (RTIP), hosted via the platform TRAMS. Comprised of six required multimedia educational modules, and one optional advanced module, this comprehensive program covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of road traffic injury prevention to setting up injury surveillance systems, evaluating road safety interventions and influencing policy on road traffic injuries (RTIs). The lectures are taught by a variety of instructors, including JH-IIRU faculty as well as experts in the field of injury prevention control and trauma care from around the world.

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How is it organized?

Modules in this training include:

  • RTIP Module 1: Fundamentals of Road Traffic Injury Prevention
  • RTIP Module 2: Concepts in Injury Prevention
  • RTIP Module 3: Risk Factors and Choosing Interventions for Road Traffic Injuries
  • RTIP Module 4: Injury Surveillance Systems
  • RTIP Module 5: Evaluation of Road Safety Interventions
  • RTIP Module 6: Influencing Policy for Road Traffic Injury Prevention
  • RTIP Optional Advanced Module: Assessing the Health and Economic Burden of RTIs

The program is free of cost and open to policy makers, researchers, educators and anyone in the general public interested in learning more about RTIs.

We do not offer academic credit, but do provide a certificate for completing course modules.

For additional information contact IIRU@jhsph.edu

To begin, click here.

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