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New Resource Alert: Research to Protect Children on Our Roadways Video

The Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS), a novel industry-academic consortium focused on child safety research, recently released Research to Protect Children on Our Roadways, a video that highlights the unique CChIPS process, past achievements, and emerging research. The video offers insight into cutting-edge research that prioritizes children in traffic safety and topics that are practical to industry.

The new CChIPS video features interviews with CChIPS Co-Directors Kristy Arbogast, PhD and Flaura Winston, MD, PhD from CHOP and Julie Mansfield, PhD and John Bolte, PhD  from The Ohio State University. An additional 4 brief clips were produced from the full-length video to specifically highlight key elements of CChIPS.

Viewers will learn how the dynamic consortium constantly evolves to meet industry needs, providing the tools and disciplines necessary for industry-relevant research. CChIPS Co-Directors also explain the Center's mission of training the next generation of injury research scientists.


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