Research In Action
Published March 22, 2023 in Research in action
CIRP is partnering with the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety to establish the NJ-SHO Center for Integrated Data to improve traffic safety across the state.
Published November 22, 2022 in Research in action
Dr. Kristy Arbogast shares new recommendations from the Consensus Head Acceleration Measurement Practices group.
Published November 17, 2022 in Research in action
Read more to access the 2022 Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies Annual Report, highlighting recently completed research projects.
Published November 15, 2022 in Research in action
Read abstracts of recent peer-reviewed research studies by members of CHOP's Center for Injury Research and Prevention and Center for Violence Prevention.
Published November 10, 2022 in Research in action
Learn about how traffic gardens help teach children about traffic safety.
Published November 2, 2022 in Research in action
Catch up with newsworthy pediatric injury prevention articles from October 2022 gathered by CHOP's Dr. Patty Huang.
Published October 31, 2022 in Research in action
The Poison Control Center at CHOP has been responding to another dangerous trend - this time with kids getting sick after eating spicy chips.
Published October 25, 2022 in Research in action
Learn about a new video series highlighting advice from domestic violence survivors to healthcare providers.
Using a Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Expand the Impact of a School-based Aggression Prevention Program
Published October 20, 2022 in Research in action
Learn more about a recent publication highlighting changes to CHOP's school-based PRAISE program to expand the program's impact for both girls and boys
Published October 18, 2022 in Research in action
NJM Insurance Group CEO Mitch Livingston highlights the importance of supporting research and evidence-based programming to reduce teen driver crashes.
Published October 11, 2022 in Research in action
For the 20th anniversary of the Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress, Drs. Kassam-Adams and Kazak reflect on themes driving past, present, and future work.