Training Opportunities

What I Learned About Driving By Never Getting Behind the Wheel

In today's post, we are pleased to welcome guest blogger Christian Parker, a Civil Engineering student at Drexel University, who is working with CIRP's Simulated Driving Assessment team. Read about his experience working on the project as a non-driver.

Student-Trainee Perspective: Learning to Cure Chronic Tunnel Vision

In today's post, we are pleased to welcome guest blogger Megan E. Fitzgerald, a student clinical assistant at CIRP@CHOP. Read about how her six month co-operative internship at CIRP would become a cure for her chronic tunnel vision.

Registration Open for CHOP's May 9 Concussion Conference

Now in its 3rd year, this one day Diagnosis and Management of Concussion conference provides continuing education for clinicians and school personnel such as athletic trainers and school nurses. Hear from CIRP experts and others on May 9, 2015.

The Infinite Possibilities of Finite Element Modeling

CIRP training in motion: Using Finite Element Modeling to Reduce Car Crash Injuries

Violence Prevention Initiative Offers an Introduction to Trauma-informed Care Webinar

The Violence Prevention Initiative is offering an introductory webinar to trauma-informed care aimed at pediatric clinical care providers on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.

Use of Analytics Essential to Web-based Outreach

Read a guest blog post from Tyler Chance, a junior at Drexel University, who shares his insights about about his time as a Drexel co-op student at CIRP@CHOP.

Contributing to the Digital Health Revolution

Read a guest blog post from Darshan Donthi, a sophomore at Drexel University, who shares his insights about about his time as a Drexel co-op student at CIRP@CHOP.

Leaving College with a Career Plan

Read a guest blog post from Lindsay Zajac, a senior at Bucknell University, who shares her insights about her participation in the CHOP Research Institute Summer Scholars Program (CRISSP) and working with the CIRP@ CHOP team.

Child Injury Prevention Holiday Wish List

In the spirit of my previous Thanksgiving post about items for which I’m grateful in the pediatric injury world, I thought I’d make my holiday “wish list” for the next year and beyond.

English Channel Swim Benefits Violence Prevention Research

21 miles in 11 hours 28 minutes! That’s how long it took Ika Kovacikova to swim the English Channel in Mid-August to benefit CHOP’s Violence Intervention Program (VIP). As a 2012 alumna of CIRP’s Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supported by the National Science Foundation, Ika knew VIP was a cause that would inspire her to complete the crossing. Ika raised $600 (and still counting!) as her way of giving back to CIRP@CHOP and VIP.

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