Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research
The Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) program is a collaborative initiative of the Colorado School of Public Health, the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Children’s Hospital Colorado. PIPER links research, training and practice to prevent child injury in Colorado, nationally and around the world. Join our mailing list to stay informed on PIPER activities.
Injury and Violence Seminar Series
Presented by the Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) Program and cosponsored by the Departments of Community and Behavioral Health; Epidemiology; and Health Systems, Management and Policy
"Marijuana Policy: What are the Implications for Injury & Violence?"
Renee M. Johnson, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health and Deputy Director, Drug Dependence Epidemiology Training Program (DDET)
June 4 from 12-1 pm
Anschutz Medical Campus, Education 1 Building, Room 1400
PIPER 2014 Annual Report Released
We invite you to take a look at our PIPER 2014 Annual Report, where you'll learn more about our continuing accomplishments to form a cohesive program and efforts to realize our mission: To drive evidence-based practice through discovery, translation, and workforce development. Download the PDF here.
Curious about marijuana and traffic safety?
Watch PIPER faculty member Ashley Brooks-Russell, MPH, PhD, discuss the scientific evidence on marijuana-impaired driving in this video. Dr. Brooks-Russell's presentation was part of a March 7, 2014 event, "Marijuana and Public Health Symposium: The evidence base for health protection in Colorado." Other videos on topics including mental health and avoiding unintentional exposure are available online.