Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary in 2017
In 1987, Susan Baker founded the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research & Policy (JHCIRP) as a hub for injury control research that guides policy and saves lives. Now, 30 years later, a large multidisciplinary team continues the tradition of excellence in research, education, and practice addressing a diverse array of subjects-- from the opioid epidemic and new technology in motor vehicle safety, to home injuries and pedestrian safety. We serve as an injury prevention resource for the Johns Hopkins community, as well as decision makers and the public regionally, nationally, and globally.
Throughout 2017, the JHCIRP team will play host to key, thought-provoking events and publish research across public health subjects, showcasing its depth and breadth. Explore the information below to stay informed of our upcoming year of celebration.
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- January 23
The Road to Zero: Research, Policy, and Practice
- May 3
Action through Collaboration: 2017 Injury and Violence Prevention Translation Symposium
- June 5-8
2017 Summer Institute: Principles & Practice of Injury Prevention
- October 3
Inspiring Data: The Synergy of Science and Story
2017 Daniel J. Raskin Memorial Symposium
- December 13
The Future of Personal Transportation
Save and Equitable Implementation of Autonomous Vehicles
A Conversation about Public Health Action