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University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center

Course Team at The University of Michigan

About Me

The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center is a comprehensive CDC-funded Injury Control Research Center that addresses urgent injury issues with research, education, and outreach. With nearly 250 members from 20+ institutions and faculty leadership from more than 14 departments at three academic institutions, the Center brings together many disciplines to focus on injury prevention. We aim to reduce injury by: publishing research findings, translating research into practice, disseminating actionable findings to community groups, publishing educational materials for practitioners, and providing support for developing injury policy. While we cover many injury topics, we have particular focus on transportation safety, violence interventions, prescription drug misuse, substance abuse, suicide, concussion, and special expertise in the population of teens and young adults (although not exclusively).

Courses and Programs taught by University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center