Who we are


The Program for Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) is a collaborative initiative of the Colorado School of Public Health and the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

What we do


Injury is a leading killer in Colorado and the U.S. Through research, training, and prevention, we facilitate scientific discovery and evidence-based practice that increases safety, reduces injury and violence, and improves injury outcomes. We aim to prevent and reduce injury and its outcomes in Colorado, the region, and throughout the world as a function of high-quality research and effective practice.

Research

Conduct cutting-edge research on injury and violence prevention

Research to practice

Conduct high-quality injury and violence prevention activities with our partners

Training

Train researchers and public health professionals in injury and violence prevention

Policy translation

Work to improve national, state, and local policies addressing injury and violence prevention

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Our partners


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