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Deaf/Hard of Hearing community partnership helps bring additional access, resources to FindHelpNow website

One of the biggest obstacles for individuals struggling with substance misuse is access to treatment. Depending on the individual, access can mean more than finding an open bed in a substance use disorder (SUD) treatment facility.

KOHS Receives $21,981 Grant for Checkpoints Teen Driver Program

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) received $21,981 from the Ford Motor Company Fund, the philanthropic arm of Ford, and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), to improve

CPH students gain hands-on research experience with KIPRC

Three University of Kentucky College of Public Health (CPH) students were able to get real-world research experience working with Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) faculty and staff.

KIPRC unveils new interactive dashboard for drug overdose county profiles

To make substance use data more easily accessible to individuals, local communities, and state agencies, the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) has redesigned its Drug Overdose and Related Comorbidit

KIPRC data summit on nonfatal overdoses and trends set for Jan. 27

The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) is hosting a virtual discussion on nonfatal drug overdoses and substance use-related morbidities. The Kentucky Overdose Data 2 Action (OD2A) Community Summit is set for this Thursday, Jan. 27, at 1 p.m.

KIPRC researchers look into new data sources for rapid overdose surveillance

As public health surveillance works to increase the timeliness of data, specifically to identify changes in trends and to inform intervention strategies much closer to real time, researchers from the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) and the University of Kentucky looked at t

National Injury Prevention Day shines light on preventable injuries

Injuries are the leading cause of death and disability to U.S. children. Every day, 20 children die nationwide from preventable injuries, resulting in more deaths than all other diseases combined. In fact, injury is the leading cause of death for people through 44 years of age. On Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, the country’s leading injury and violence prevention organizations and health professionals are joining forces for the second annual “National Injury Prevention Day.”

Preventing the Most Intimate Form of Violence

Kentucky saw more homicide-suicide incidents in the first 10 months of 2020 than in the previous 15 years. Homicide followed by suicide (homicide-suicide) is defined as the act of killing one or more individuals and then dying by suicide.

Event aims to prevent child poisonings at home

The amount of medications in homes today is more than ever before, increasing the risk of unintentional, unsupervised ingestions of medicine and other poisons.

Bush receives Rising Star honor for injury and violence prevention work

Ashley Bush, DrPH, the principal investigator and epidemiologist of the Kentucky Violence and Injury Prevention Program (KVIPP), was among four recipients of the 2021 Rising Star Award. The award recognizes new professionals making strides in the discipline of injury and violence prevention.

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