Research in Action Blog

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CHOP and Lutheran Settlement House: How an Academic-Community Partnership Can Prevent Intimate Partner Violence

At CHOP, we partner with Lutheran Settlement House through the Children’s and Mom’s Project (CAMP) to provide on-site support and resources for caregivers and patients experiencing violence from intimate or romantic partners. I am excited to share my recent conversation with Lutheran Settlement House's Marcella Slick to discuss CAMP’s recent successes and what’s on the horizon for this rapidly-growing program.

Paving a Career Path in Research

In this guest blog post, Evan Bisirri, a BS/MS student at Drexel University, discusses why he wants to make research his career after his CIRP@CHOP internship experience.

Readiness to Mow

According to the AAP, more than 9,000 children each year seek emergency room treatment for injuries sustained by a lawn mower. Here are tips for parents to follow to prevent these injuries from occurring.

A Novel Approach to Estimating Compliance with GDL

New CIRP@CHOP research proposes a novel approach to estimating compliance with Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) laws.

Concerns about Safety Among Parents of Children with Disabilities

Learn about a recent study examining the safety concerns of parents of children with a variety of disabilities and how healthcare providers can address these concerns.

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