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We aim to mitigate the staggering impact of injury in our community. Using a data-driven and participatory approach, we address the most significant injury concerns in Georgia and the Southeast region.

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From the IPRCE Director


At IPRCE we are committed to preventing injuries through partnership, research, and education. Together, with our partners, we mobilize resources and translate research to promote drug safety, transportation safety, violence prevention, falls prevention, and traumatic brain injuries. We look forward to engaging with you!

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Injury in Georgia and the Southeast

Learn more about the top injury related issues in Georgia and our task force workgroups.

News

Stay current on IPRCE and other injury-related news.

IPRCE is Hiring!

We are looking for a full-time Assistant Program Director to join our team and support the strategic planning, development, and implementation of center activities.

EFFECT OF NIGHTTIME RENTAL RESTRICTIONS ON E-SCOOTER INJURIES

IPRCE Director, Jonathan Rupp, PhD, and colleagues retrospectively review the effects of Atlanta's regulation banning nighttime e-scooter rentals on injury trends at a tertiary care and trauma center.

PAIN & POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) SYMPTOMS AFTER COMBAT-RELATED INJURY

IPRCE Core Faculty member and Drug Safety Task Force leader, Nicholas Giordano, PhD, RN, evaluates the association between pain outcomes and PTSD symptom trajectories among combat-injured service members.

Current IPRCE Events


View our upcoming events, task force meetings, webinars, and other activities!

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