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JHCIRP: 25 Years

Celebrating Silver,
Reaching for Gold:
25 Years of Injury
Research and Policy

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Center Publications

For more information on these and other topics, please contact our communications associate, Eric Schulman, at

One-Sheet: Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy

Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy: Discoveries that Make a Difference

Be Alert, Dont Get Hurt: A pedestrian safety campaign on an urban, academic campus

Our Work: Prescription Drug Misuse, Abuse, and Overdose

Timeline: 25 Years of Injury Research and Policy

Training and Education at the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy

Partnering for Prevention: A Community-Academic Response to Home Fire Risks in Baltimore

Preventing Injuries in Maryland: A Resource for State Policy Makers (2012 Edition)

How Our Work Translates In-State: Maryland and The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy

injury fACT SHEETSThe following fact sheets are developed for use by journalists and the general public to describe the burden of specific types of injury and what the Center is doing to reduce the burden. 

Older Drivers

Injury and the Built Environment

Transportation Research and Practice

Reducing Injury in Baltimore

Reducing Injuries from Consumer Products

Fire Prevention Research and Practice

Home Safety Fact Sheets

The following Home Safety Fact Sheets are available to download and distribute in both English and Spanish.

Baby Walker Safety

Car Seat Safety

Car Seat Safety for Premature and Tiny Babies

Carbon Monoxide

Electrical Safety

Fire Safety

Helmet Safety

Hot Water Safety

Pedestrian Safety

Poison Safety

Safe Sleep for Infants

PARTNER PUBLICATIONSThe following resources were produced in collaboration with community, academic, and professional partners, and may be available by request only. Click the links below for more information.

Active Design Supplement: Promoting Safety

Evidence Informing Action: Consensus Priorities to Increase the Use of Smoke Alarms in U.S. Homes

The Prescription Opioid Epidemic: An Evidence-Based Approach

Trauma Survivors Network Implementation Guide

The Johns Hopkins Children's Safety Center: A Replication Guide

Seniors on the MOVE Program Guide


What people are saying


Alcohol & Transportation Safety

William A. Bronrott, a delegate in Maryland General Assembly, has been working to make our roads safer for almost three decades. Motor vehicle safety is a theme that has repeated itself throughout Bronrott’s life. As a child, a student and an adult, he has been affected by the sudden loss of friends, neighbors and loved ones in car crashes. 
He was moved to action in 1979 when a friend, Cindi Lamb, and her infant daughter Laura were hit head-on by a drunk driver. Laura’s spinal cord injury made her the nation’s youngest quadriplegic.


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