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  • SKIPP Project Launches ENHANCED Training Program

    The SKIPP Project will launch of its first ENHANCED Training Program in Fall 2016.  The program will facilitate deeper learning and skill development for child and youth injury and violence prevention in Wake County, NC.  The training program will:

    • Use a team-based learning approach:  participants will apply to and work as teams during the training ... More
    • Injury Policy Opportunities Project (IPOP) Training Academy

      Injury Policy Opportunities Project (IPOP) Training Academy is an opportunity for injury and violence prevention practitioners and their partners to learn information and skills for strategically influencing policies, environments, and systems to prevent and reduce injury and violence. Join us for 2 webinars.

      Join us for a two-part webinar series. Learn how the landscape of prescription drug overdose (PDO) ... More

    • 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

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