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.


Stay current on IPRCE and other injury-related news.

IPRCE Supports New ACES Award

The Georgia Department of Public Health receives funding to enhance surveillance infrastructure for adverse childhood experience (ACE) data collection and use.

Mitigating Negative Consequences of Community Violence

IPRCE Core Faculty member, Briana Woods-Jaeger, leads a study on mitigating negative consequences of community violence exposure from the perspectives of African American youth.

Domestic Violence Trends in Atlanta, GA During Shelter-in-Place Orders

IPRCE Core Faculty member, Dabney Evans, PhD, leads a study on domestic violence trends in Atlanta, GA before and during shelter-in-place orders.

Current IPRCE Events

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

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