The Injury & Violence Prevention Center's 2021 Annual Report celebrates the accomplishments of the center and its members. The annual report features news articles, center highlights, research, webinars, and publications from 2021.
With rising numbers of fatalities involving impaired drivers, Ashley Brooks-Russell, ColoradoSPH associate professor and director of Injury & Violence Prevention Center, discusses how the mixing of cannabis and alcohol may be contributing to this increase.
ColoradoSPH Associate Professor Emmy Betz and colleagues from CU Anschutz and the Rocky Mountain Veteran Affairs Medical Center launched a website to support firearm owners and their families make decisions about what to do with their firearms in the future.
In a new paper in the American Journal of Public Health, Emmy Betz, ColoradoSPH associate professor and deputy director of the Injury & Violence Prevention Center, leads a diverse group in tackling how words used in relation to firearm injuries and deaths can impact prevention of firearm injury.