Category: Injury Care

Seattle Children’s Hospital has awarded HIPRC trainee, Mallory Smith, MD, MS, a research grant for her proposal titled, “Inequitable Access to the Bedside: Barriers to Family Presence during Pediatric Critical Illness.” Dr. Smith’s study plans…

If it feels like you’re hearing about a new shooting investigation every time you catch the news, there’s some unfortunate science behind the phenomenon.  “Every major city across the country is seeing an increase in…

A new study titled, “Identifying alcohol-related and built environment factors that can be modified to prevent pedestrian road traffic deaths,” out of the UW Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center, Drexel University, American University, and…

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan joined King County Executive Dow Constantine and city and community leaders to announce new City of Seattle investments in community-led safety efforts to help address the rise in gun violence. In…

Congratulations Laura Prater, PhD, MPH, MHA! Dr. Prater’s award/grant “Engaging Machine Learning and Data Linkage to Understand Firearm Suicide Among Females,”  was funded by the National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research. Dr. Prater was awarded…

Elizabeth Killien, M.D., MPH K23 grant proposal titled “Clinical factors associated with long-term recovery following pediatric critical illness and injury,” received a score of 20, five points below the NICHD payline. The overall goal of Killien’s…

In the summer of 2019, with the support of Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center’s (HIPRC) INSIGHT Summer Research Program and the guidance of Dr. Megan Moore, MSW, PhD, I conducted a research project investigating…

HIPRC core member, Stan Herring, MD and HIPRC research scientist Brianna Mills, MA, PhD, will be presenting at this year’s 2021 NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference. Their on-demand educational presentation, titled, “Achieving Consensus on Prehospital…

HIPRC’s Hilaire J. Thompson, PhD, RN, CNRN, AGACNP-BC, FAAN and Megan Moore, PhD, MSW were invited to present their research at the National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine’s (NASEM) committee on Accelerating Progress in…

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sexual violence can have psychological, emotional, and physical effects on a survivor. Listen. Believe. Support. #SAAM From the National Sexual Violence Resource Center: “Sexual violence happens in every community…