Summer Scholarship Program
- Research Proposals should include: problem identification and/or rationale for the project; theoretical or conceptual basis; population of interest; research design and methodology; plans for data collection and analysis; contribution to knowledge in injury prevention.
- Practice-based Proposals should include: problem identification and/or rationale for the project; theoretical or conceptual basis or related findings from a needs assessment; population served; practice design; cultural competency of materials; plans for implementation, evaluation and dissemination; intended contribution to the field of injury prevention.
Applications for this summer are due on Friday, April 28th at 5:00pm. Please click here for more instructions and the application form.
*Please note that research projects must take place within the state of Georgia.*
Each year scholarship recipients are required to present their completed study at an IPRCE quarterly meeting. This provides the scholars experience presenting to a professional and scientific audience and also provides opportunities for IPRCE stakeholders to connect with students for future opportunities.
Summer 2015 Recipients
- Laure T. Coleman, MPH, CHES, University of Georgia
Identification and Reporting of Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors: The Role of Health Care Workers
- Casey D. Hall, MPH, Emory University
Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence Among Bisexual Men and Women, Biphobia and Social Isolation: A Qualitative Examination
- Rebecca Hollenbach, Emory University
A Process Evaluation of the Northwest Network's Relationships Skills Class
- Mary Spencer-Cain, M.S., Georgia State University
The Effects of a 4-week Rehabilitation Program in Those Suffering From Chronic Ankle Instability: A Randomized Control Trial
Summer 2016 Recipients:
- Monica Garcia, Emory University
Barriers to Effective Intimate Partner Violence Homicide Prevention in Georgia
- Natalia Truszczynski, MPH, University of Georgia
Victimized by an Unintentional Hurt: Micro-Aggressions in the LGBT Community