The Center for Injury Research and Policy Summer Institute at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is designed to be responsive to new federal funding for safe system infrastructure improvements and the growing momentum around a safe system approach that prioritizes safety and equity.
This unique learning experience will broaden and advance existing skills and knowledge of injury prevention students and/or injury prevention practitioners and scholars from a variety of disciplines. The curriculum includes conversations with 20 national and international leaders in safe systems and vision zero; practical applications in learner's communities; and timely content that is responsive to the new community resources available through the federal infrastructure bill--all delivered in a small group, virtual setting.
This year's Summer Institute is led by Jeffrey Michael, EdD, Leon S. Robertson Faculty Development Chair in Injury Prevention and Shannon Frattaroli, PhD, center director and professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Bloomberg School.
Tuition is $3,699 for credit and $1,851 for noncredit students.
A limited number of scholarships for noncredit tuition are available.
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