Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Teen Driver Safety

Most Vulnerable More Likely to Drive Vehicles with Less Safety Features

Read about study findings published today in Traffic Injury Prevention that highlight important disparities in vehicle safety features among drivers by age and income.

Tips for Safely Reopening Driving Schools

Learn how driving schools can safely reopen during COVID-19 with guidelines from CHOP experts and ADTSEA.

Preventing Crashes with Automatic Emergency Braking

Read about new research, funded by the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS), that shows automatic emergency braking to be very effective in preventing rear-end striking crashes.

Opportunities to Reduce Youth Distracted Driving

Learn why no one strategy will prevent cell phone use while driving in adolescents. It will take a multipronged approach, one that addresses the unique factors that contribute to distracted driving in teen drivers

Why Studying Near Crashes Matters

Read about a new CChIPS study that provides valuable insights into factors that can lead to crashes.

CChIPS Kicks Off 2020-2021 Research Year

The Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS) proudly announces a new portfolio of research projects, voted on during the first-ever virtual meeting.

Improving Safety for Drivers with ADHD

Read Dr. Allison E. Curry highlights from her recent commentary for the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry with Dr. Thomas J. Power on how advancing ADHD-driving research can improve driver safety.

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