Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research & Policy
Imagine a society that is safe, where all people are free from the burden of life-altering injuries.
- October 6, 2019
Cure Violence, Starting in St. Louis, has mixed results
The Crime Report
- September 17, 2019
Most parents say their kids have ridden with a risky teen driver
- September 13, 2019
Johns Hopkins nurse wins $250K prize for home care program
Becker’s Clinical Leadership & Infection Control
- August 29, 2019
Aging-in-Place Program from Johns Hopkins on the verge of ‘Exponential Growth’
Home Health Care News
February 25, 2019
Study: Opioids Factored Into 16 Fatal Crashes in Frederick County Over 10-Year Period
The Frederick News-Post
- February 21, 2019
Do Rx Opioids Really Increase Risk of Fatal Accidents?
Pain News Network
- January 29, 2019
CAPABLE project grant from the Rita & Alex Hillman Foundation
- January 9, 2019
SID SALTER: There are some relevant realities to face with 60 candles on my birthday cake
The Meridian Star
- January 8, 2019
Program helps seniors continue to live independently
Reuter's Health, Physician's Weekly
- January 6, 2019
Ignition-locking breathalyzers with convicted DUI offenders
- January 1, 2019
Curbing drunken driving: States use tech to put brakes on repeat DUI offenders, road deaths
For more than 30 years, the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy has played a key role in redefining injury as a pressing public health problem and promoting injury research as a scientific discipline. The Center is dedicated to closing the gap between injury research and practice to prevent injuries and ameliorate their consequences.
— Andrea C. Gielen, ScD, ScM
Professor, Center Director
What's New from the Center
Dr. Jeffrey P. Michael is named the new Leon S. Robertson Faculty Development Chair in Injury Prevention. Dr. Michael is joining the Center after a distinguished career as a national and international leader in transportation and transportation safety. Read more here.
Under the leadership of Center Deputy Director Shannon Frattaroli, PhD, MPH, the Center is pleased to announce our new MOOC (massive open online course), America’s Opioid Epidemic: From Evidence to Impact.