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Assault Data Opportunity

Assault Data Opportunity

Millan AbiNader led a study that demonstrated that an established national dataset - the National Emergency Medical Services Information System (NEMSIS) - can be used to surveil domestic assaults in communities and respond to population-specific needs.

Driver Algorithm Accuracy

Driver Algorithm Accuracy

A validation study led by Jeff Ebert, Kate McDonald, and Kit Delgado demonstrated that a widely used algorithm for classifying driver trips vs. passenger trips using smartphone kinematics was 97% accurate and robust to a variety of phone characteristics, vehicle...

Submit to Special Issue on Gun Violence Prevention

Submit to Special Issue on Gun Violence Prevention

Inquiry is accepting submissions to a special issue devoted to improving the evidence base for gun violence prevention strategies designed to operate at the neighborhood and community level. This will be a true or “gold” open-access issue that involves author fees,...

Community as Equal Partners in Research

Community as Equal Partners in Research

A team including Sara Solomon, Andrew Belfiglio, and Nicole Thomas conducted an implementation and effectiveness evaluation of the Community Scholars Program, demonstrating increases in knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs among community organizations to co-lead...

A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal

A decorated trio of firearm injury researchers, including Research Core Director Terry Richmond and External Advisory Board member Stephen Hargarten, published a viewpoint in favor of Strengthening the Role of the NIH in the Firearm Violence Epidemic in JAMA Internal...

HVIP Satisfaction

HVIP Satisfaction

Rachel Myers, Joel Fein, and a team from Center for Injury Research and Prevention and Center for Violence Prevention modified an existing questionnaire for relevance to CHOP'S Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program (HVIP) to routinely assess client satisfaction...

Persistent Symptoms

Persistent Symptoms

Dan Corwin, Kate McDonald, Kristy Arbogast, and Tina Master were part of a team that sought to predict persistent postconcussion symptoms in youth concussion, by optimizing the combination of common concussion assessments.

Roosevelt Blvd Cameras

Roosevelt Blvd Cameras

Erick Guerra led a study that showed significant decreases in crashes, injuries, and fatalities on Roosevelt Boulevard after the installation of speed cameras. The authors recommend additional treatments for the roadway (which still accounts for ~8% of all traffic...