News and Events
Center faculty will work with Diné College's Department of Public Health to infuse injury prevention content in their core courses. The students from the tribal college will have injury prevention practicum opportunities with the IHS Navajo area environmental team.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy Launches Project to Improve Law Enforcement Practices and Traffic Safety
The project will bring together experts in law enforcement, public health, and traffic safety to conduct research and develop recommendations for law enforcement practices that maximize safety and equity.
The quarterly newsletter shares research and news from the Center.
Research from the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy is often covered by local, national and international media. Media also frequently call upon the Center for our expertise on home safety, substance use and overdose, transportation safety, violence and other injury-related public health issues.
Please contact Caitlin Hoffman by email or the Office of Media and Public Relations at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.