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  • UNC IPRC Presents Symposium for Multi-Disciplinary Research on the Opioid Crisis Our nation is facing an unprecedented epidemic of prescription and non-prescription opioid overdose. Innovative multi-disciplinary solutions are required to confront this major public health problem. Solutions to major problems, such as this, require collaborative multi-disciplinary that involves teams of researchers from different schools and campuses. Panel Presenters Include: Chris Ringwalt, DrPH. Chris Ringwalt serves as the lead for ... More
  • IPRC Announces Rape Prevention Education Evaluation Study Chapel Hill, NC– The UNC Injury Prevention Research Center announces today funding for an evaluative study of “Wise Guys: The Next Level,” a rape prevention education (RPE)-funded program that focuses on adolescent and young men. This study, funded by the CDC, will assess the effect of “Wise Guys: The Next Level”  on preventing rape and ... More
  • Lessons learned from implementing Project Lazarus in North Carolina. From the outset, the underlying premise of Project Lazarus was that each community should ultimately be responsible for its own health. With a minimal amount of training and outside support, individual communities could develop sustainable infrastructure and select interventions that resonate with and are appropriate for those who are most affected by the use, misuse, ... More

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