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As 2017 draws to a close, let's take a look back at Research in Action's most popular posts in the last year.
Read about how Emily Sykes, BS went directly from a co-op student opportunity to full-time Research Coordinator in two years at CIRP@CHOP, learning a lot about teen driving program planning and evaluation along the way.
Learn how to establish and implement an evidence-informed, practical process to plan, select, and evaluate teen driver safety programs with this new resource from experts at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Today, we are pleased to welcome a guest blog post from CHOP Trauma Prevention Coordinator Kelsy Stenger on Buckle Up For Life, a community-based passenger safety education program that educates families on critical safety behaviors and provides free child car seats to families in need.
Community-Driven Research Day provides a forum for university-based research partners and community-based organizations (CBOs) to foster collaboration around research questions they are interested in answering. Registration closes for Community-Driven Research Day 2015 on January 14th.
In time for Child Passenger Safety Week, the Child Restraint Basics Tip Card has been updated to reflect current AAP recommendations. This pocket-sized tip card has just the basics about CPS-- with room for you to customize it with your state's traffic code.
Today’s youth have to deal with issues related to violence (physical and verbal) daily. So, what do youth need to overcome these challenges? How can youth allow their strengths to shine through? At a recent Town Hall on Youth Violence in Philadelphia, a panel of four youth shared their collective wisdom.
Events that bring community organizations and academic institutions together embody the tenet of community-based participatory research. One such event is Community-driven Research Day, which was hosted at CHOP in January.
One in three U.S. children ages 4 through 7 years are still not riding in a child restraint system when they are passengers in motor vehicles, according to the 2011 National Survey on Use of Booster Seats. To better protect these children, we developed and evaluated Boosting Restraint Norms, a community-led social marketing campaign that emerged from a multi-phase line of research conducted at CIRP.