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Saida Mahamud, BA will be working alongside the outreach & communication team throughout the summer. She’s currently a second-year Masters in Public Health student in the Department of Global Health earning a certificate in International…

The INSIGHT Summer Research Program offers paid internships for undergraduate, graduate and first-year medical students. HIPRC is an interdisciplinary center located in Seattle, WA with focuses on traumatic brain injury, violence prevention, injury care, safe…

The goal of the Pediatric Injury Research Training Program is to create and sustain a corps of interdisciplinary-trained investigators who will conduct rigorous research on ways to reduce the toll from injuries. This two-year postdoctoral…

“Hot Topics and Best Practice in Pediatric TBI” is now available to view online. CNE credit is available for viewing the webinar until June 8, 2017. To earn credit, participants must also complete a webinar…

We are thrilled to announce a day-long conference on May 23, 2017 at the University of Washington, supported by the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, the Harborview Injury Prevention Center, the University of Washington School of…

A new systemic review finds that when gun owners are given a safe storage device and some counseling, they will likely practice safe firearm storage. The study, “Effectiveness of Interventions to Promote Safe Firearm Storage,” was unable to…

On September 24, 2015, the University of Michigan Injury Center hosted a Concussion Summit. Featuring 14 speakers that are completing research on the leading edge of concussion science. Fortunately for us, the UM Injury Center…

The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, Public Health Training Center, Washington State Department of Health, and Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center invite leaders from public health, health care, and community organizations to Transforming…

It’s Seattle Pride 2015 weekend! It’s going to be a hot weekend, so remember to stay in the shade, wear sunscreen, and drink water. Some helpful links on LGBTQ health: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)…

As summer begins, that means lawns need mowing. However, that also means we need to think about lawn mower safety. From 2012-2014, an average of 36,000 people were treated in hospital emergency rooms for walk-behind power mower…