INSIGHT REACH originated with funding from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and is supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), it is a continuation of our NIH-funded program that will connect students globally with a shared interest in Injury and Violence Prevention.
Completion of the digital curriculum within four weeks’ timeline will result in a Certificate in Injury and Violence Prevention.
Additional opportunities availability to engage with INSIGHT Alumni mentors, Career Coach Mentors, and healthcare professionals.
This is a condensed introductory curriculum offered by our leading experts to provide a glimpse of Injury and Violence Prevention Research. This program was created to be a four-week curriculum that can be completed within an eight-week schedule timeframe. You can expect to dedicate three hours a week to complete the program successfully.
Week 1 – Introduction to Injury and Violence Prevention
Week 2 – Introduction to Research Methodology within Injury and Violence Prevention
Week 3—Clinical Application of Injury and Violence Prevention
Week 4—Data to Policy – Research to Action
This program was created to be a four-week curriculum that can be completed within an eight-week schedule timeframe. You can expect to dedicate three hours a week to complete the program successfully.
Faculty Co-Director – Monica Vavilala, MD
HIPRC Director; Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatrics; Adjunct Professor, Health Systems and Population Health, School of Public Health, University of Washington.
Faculty Co-Director – Marie AngéleTheard, MD
Associate Director, Education & Training Core; Neuroanesthesia Fellowship Director; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, School of Medicine; University of Washington
Chelsea Hicks, PhD, MPH
Dr. Hicks is a T32 postdoctoral fellow at the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center affiliated with the University of Washington under the mentorship of Drs. Fred Rivara and Monica Vavilala. Dr. Hicks obtained her Ph.D. and MPH in Occupational and Environmental Health from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. Her research interests include hazard events, injury and violence prevention, social vulnerabilities in communities, environmental justice, and health disparities.
Keith Hullenaar, PhD, MS
Dr. Hullenaar is a T32 postdoctoral fellow at the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center in the University of Washington, under the mentorship of Drs. Fred Rivara and Monica Vavilala. He obtained his Ph.D. in Criminology from Pennsylvania State University. His research investigates the intersection of violence and health, the correlates and consequences victims’ formal help-seeking (e.g., legal, medical, and social), and policing youth violence.
Registration for REACH will begin February 1-March 27, 2023.
No, you will have 30 days to complete the self-directed online program and assignments to receive the certificate. You will also have access up to 60 days to view all recorded materials in Mircosoft Teams and our YouTube channel.
Yes, if you complete the injury modules and lecture questionnaires
Yes, you will have limited opportunities to connect with classmates and faculty during scheduled zoom meetings.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer an extension period for this program
Yes, this program is open to– undergraduate, graduate, and medical students globally.
Yes, you will need to have Wi-Fi accessible to view HIPRC’s ZOOM access channel and the online platform.