Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
From opioid overdoses and campus sexual violence to fatalities on our roadways, injuries, like disease, can be prevented. The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy finds evidence-based ways to keep people safer and translates that evidence into policy and practice. We’re a collaborative of injury prevention experts, and we invite you to tap into our expertise and get involved in our mission.
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New from the Center
Bridging Faith and Science to Combat the Overdose Crisis
Through a partnership with the Clinton Foundation, the Bloomberg School, and the Centre for Responsible Leadership, national leaders from science and faith collaborate to combat the overdose crisis.
Recommendations of the Safe System Consortium
Jeff Michael, the Center, and the Institute of Transportation Engineers convened a consortium of experts to participate in a series of meetings that culminated in the Recommendations of the Safe System Consortium report.
Join the Center's Seminar Series
Attend the Center's seminars on Monday's at noon ET via Zoom each term. Seminars are open to the public to attend.
Explore Our Core Focus Areas
As one of nine U.S. Centers of Excellence in injury control research funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy encourages policy makers, practitioners, and members of the media and public to put our work to use in policy and practice. Explore our projects and resources.
Safety In and Around the Home
From car seats to fall prevention, our work helps protect children and older adults in and around the home.
Substance Use, Drug Overdose, and Opioids
Get the facts about preventing injury, overdose, and death caused by addiction and alcohol and substance use.
Road Safety and Safe Systems
Learn how trends like autonomous vehicles and Safe Systems approaches impact injury and death on the road.
Violence and Suicide Prevention
Find information and tools for preventing suicide and injuries from intimate partner and sexual violence.
Rethinking Transportation for Safety and Equity
Learn how the transformational Safe Systems approach can bring us closer to the goal of zero transportation deaths and address structural and institutional racism and inequity.
Learn With Us
Teaching, training, and educational outreach are central to our mission. We offer diverse opportunities and programs for students, health professionals, and public servants interested in injury prevention and control.