2020 // HIPRC Newsletter Archives

2020 // HIPRC Newsletter Archives

By: odddogmedia Date: May 8th, 2020

HIPRC Newsletter (November 2020)

  • HIPRC participates in inaugural National Injury Prevention Day
  • INSIGHT Summer Research Program accepting applications
  • Commentary on firearm policy and youth suicide
  • Return to Learn Study is enrolling

HIPRC Newsletter (October 2020)

  • Fred Rivara honored as “50 Changemakers of Public Health”
  • R61 Research Project Funded
  • Featured Faculty: Avanti Adhia, Shining the Spotlight on Domestic Violence Action Month
  • Molly Fuentes Receives K23 Award

HIPRC Newsletter (September 2020)

  • FIPRP Awarded CDC Research Grant
  • Age Influences TBI Recovery in Older Adults
  • Suicide Prevention Month
  • Alex Quistberg Awarded K01 International Research Development Award

HIPRC Newsletter (August 2020)

  • Preventing Window Falls Video
  • Non-lethal Firearm Injuries Study
  • Barclay Stewart Receives Pilot Research Project Award
  • Erin Morgan Earns Doctorate

HIPRC Newsletter (July 2020)

  • HIPRC Launches New Website
  • K99 Grant Selected for Funding from NICHD
  • RTL Featured in Concussion Alliance
  • Mock Study Section

HIPRC Newsletter (June 2020)

  • Statement on Black Lives Matter
  • HIPRC Turns Orange to Honor Gun Violence Victims
  • UW Teacher of The Year
  • Outstanding Doctoral Student

HIPRC Newsletter (May 2020)

  • COVID-19 rapid response grants awarded
  • Exploratory Research Project Frequently Asked Questions
  • Inaugural Rivara Endowment Injury Research Grant to support firearm research
  • Trainee award will fund violence studies in Colombia

HIPRC Newsletter (April 2020)

  • Injury Prevention during COVID-19
  • INSIGHT High School Program Now Online
  • In Focus: Global Injury
  • Firearm deaths in the home due to suicide and criminal homicide are more common than self-defense homicide
  • States don’t define legal liability for returning firearms to a suicidal person
  • Featured Staff: Navigating research during COVID-19

HIPRC Newsletter (March 2020)

  • Washington firearm safe storage map unveiled
  • Call for Applications: Exploratory Research Projects and Injury Research Awards
  • Population Health Initiative pilot research grants awarded
  • UW funds collaborative stove injury project with Ghana, Nepal
  • HIPRC-led paper recognized by Injury Epidemiology
  • Featured Faculty: Associate member finds a challenging, varied field in urology
  • HIPRC faculty recognized by International Swimming Hall of Fame
  • HIPRC graduate student selected for national violence prevention internship
  • High-Powered Magnets Put Children of All Ages at Risk

HIPRC Newsletter (February 2020)

  • Teen access to civil protection orders varies by state
  • Firearm program leaders call for action to prevent firearm violence
  • Study: Most Wash. hospital websites hinder non-English speakers
  • Rural kids carrying handguns is ‘not uncommon’ and starts as early as sixth grade
  • Featured Faculty: Young Investigators Unite
  • Higher drowning deaths associated with fewer regulations on open water swimming
  • Take action to prevent button battery injuries

HIPRC Newsletter (January 2020)

  • Study explores firearm storage
  • Congress funds firearm injury research
  • Best clinical paper recognition awarded to HIPRC fellow
  • Study explores financial costs of concussion
  • Trauma conference keynoted by core member