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  • North Carolina’s Controlled Substances Reporting System: Past, Present, and Future

    Join UNC Injury Prevention Research Center’s Chris Ringwalt, and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Alex Asbun, Wednesday, April 20th from 1:30 – 2:30 PM to learn more about the statewide reporting registry’s history, recent advances, and future plans. Also included will be a brief summary of IPRC’s 2012 Controlled Substances Reporting System evaluation.More

  • Starting the Conversation

    How collaborations are advancing gender-based violence research and training at UNC-Chapel Hill

    by Jessica Porter
    The following is reprinted with permission from Endeavors, the UNC Research online magazine.

    In January 2015, college students flocked to campus showings of “The Hunting Ground.” While dozens of universities appear in the film, it has a clear focus. As images of ... More

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