CIRP is on LinkedIn!

Do you use LinkedIn to follow issues and progress in injury prevention research and action? Follow us http://linkd.in/1s5f1gg

Register Now for Community-Driven Research Day!

Registration is now open for Community-Driven Research Day on January 29, 2015. This event encourages collaboration between researchers and community-based organizations/community groups to improve public health. Click here to learn more.

Digital Health Initiative

CIRP's Digital Health Initiative is working to enable an innovative, yet accountable digital health revolution. Learn more.

CIRP is Training Future Scientists

CIRP's pediatric research training programs offer students the opportunity to work side-by-side with CHOP researchers on injury prevention projects. Learn more here.

Download Free Educational Resources

CIRP maintains evidence-based fact sheets, images, charts, illustration and more across many areas of research. Access them here.

A New Model for Pediatric Concussion Care

Learn how CHOP is streamlining concussion care through its health network. Click here to access information and resources for families and healthcare professionals.

Web Resources for Families

CIRP translates its research and experience into web-based resources for families and those that support them. Use the website to help families properly restrain children in cars, teach their teens to become safe drivers, and to recover from injury - mind and body. Click here to learn more and to access these sites.

Welcome to the Center for Injury Research & Prevention

We are a multidisciplinary group of behavioral scientists, clinicians, epidemiologists, biostatisticians, engineers, public health practitioners, and communications professionals at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute dedicated to translating research into action to keep children, teens, and young adults safe from injury. Together, we work to translate rigorous scientific research into practical tools and guidelines for families, professionals, and policymakers to ensure research results extend to make a real-world impact.

We offer evidence-based information, resources, and tools from CHOP’s injury prevention experts across all of our pediatric injury research priorities: Teen Driver Safety, Child Passenger Safety, Pediatric Biomechanics, Post-injury Care and Recovery, Violence Prevention, and Digital Health.