Research in Action Blog

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Help Battered Women and You Help Prevent Child Abuse

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Specialist, India Azzinaro, BSW, describes how Children's and Mom's Project at CHOP trains medical providers on screening for IPV and then acts as referral resource for counseling so that all aspects of a child's care are covered.

Autumn Safety

Pumpkins, Halloween, apple cider...fall is filled with fun foods and events. But as I drove home from work one day and became temporarily blinded by the setting sun, it reminded me of how we need to adjust our own safety awareness to the season. Tell children why being a defensive pedestrian and walking walk in groups on Halloween are good ideas. You can't assume drivers will see you in time to prevent hitting you.

New Legislative Education Resource Alert: Boost Your State GDL

Download this fact sheet to share with policymakers to boost your state's GDL to keep older novice drivers safe.

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