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Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit

Education

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As an integral part of our mission, we use a three-pronged approach of learning by doing, workshops, and coursework to address the global burden of injuries. We focus on combining a strong public health approach, scientific principles and lessons, and successes from low- and middle-income countries.

Our faculty conduct hands-on training for collaborators in areas such as project design and implementation, as well as data collection and analysis. We regularly conduct workshops on a variety of topics, including injury surveillance and trauma registries. We also offer online courses through the distance education program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Our Videos

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Capacity Development

Our efforts within capacity development span all facets of injury prevention.

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Webinars

Our diverse team of researchers, scientists, and practitioners regularly conduct and lead online educational sessions across  a variety of subjects.

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Online Courses

To date, thousands of people from around the world have enrolled and taken our online classes.

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Graduate Courses

Through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, we have the opportunity to design and offer formal coursework on a variety of injury prevention topics.

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More Areas of Work

Research

Our portfolio centers on a wide variety of topics around injury, trauma, and disability, as well as intersectoral and systems-based approaches to finding novel and innovative solutions to address injuries at a global scale.

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Practice

Our team of expert faculty, researchers, and practitioners conduct hands-on training for collaborators in areas, such as project design and implementation, as well as data collection and analysis. We regularly lead workshops on a variety of topics, ranging from injury surveillance to trauma registries.

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