Author: Christen Bourgeois

This year will forever be commemorated as a Celebration of Freedom! In 2022, Black and Brown were officially added to our nation’s PRIDE flag and Juneteenth was recognized as a holiday to commemorate the June…

Seattle & King County’s Violence & Injury Prevention Unit (VIP), within the Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention (CDIP) Section of Public Health, is seeking a full-time, Term Limited Temporary (TLT) Project Program Manager III (Unintentional…

SEATTLE – June 24, 2022 – The United States Supreme Court decision overturning ROE v. WADE and PLANNED PARENTHOOD v. CASEY imposed significant impacts across our nation on healthcare justice, affecting the health, financial stability,…

SEATTLE – June 20, 2022 – For more than two decades, Seattle magazine has published an annual list of the best physicians in the Puget Sound region. Harborview Injury & Prevention Research Center (HIPRC) congratulates…

May is designated as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month to recognize, honor and celebrate our country’s Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities. May also commemorates the first Japanese immigrations (May 7, 1843) and…

Prevention > Recognition > Response > Rescue > Treatment Source: American Red Cross May is National Water Safety Month Drowning is the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from submersion or immersion in liquid. It is…

Distracted driving has become a deadly epidemic on America’s roadways. Each day, we are faced with distracted driving risks, from our driveways to parking lots and back home again. According to the National Safety Council…

A two-part collaborative training series will be hosted in partnership with iHeal and ITHS. Sessions will be led by speaker Jennifer Sprecher, Director of Strategy Development and Deployment, University of Washington Department of Nursing.  …