EMS Grant Program

Research Grant Reports

Priority 3 – Injury Prevention Research

2014-2015 Grant Year

Sleepy Teens as Novice Drivers (STAND): Does Better Sleep Improve Adolescent Driving Skills?

Tri-Health Multifaceted Fall Prevention Study

Using Court Data to Target Groups at Highest Risk of Injury

The Impact of Home Visiting Services on the Prevention of Unintentional Injury During Early Childhood

2013-2014 Grant Year

An Evaluation of the Effect of Ohio's Graduated Driver Licensing Law on Motor Vehicle Crashes and Crash Outcomes Involving Drivers 16 to 20 Years of Age

2012-2013 Grant Year

Meta-Risk Taking Awareness of Risks and its Effects on Driving Performance of YoungAdults

Factors that Influence Concussion Knowledge and Self-Reported Attitudes in High School Athletes

Injury Prevention Learning Collaborative | Final Project Data

Pediatric Documentation of Injury Anticipatory Guidance: If It's Not Documented, It Wasn't Discussed

Quality Improvement Program Implemented into Primary Pediatrician Offices to Increase Injury Anticipatory Guidance Discussion and Documentation

Injury Prevention: What Works?

2011-2012 Grant Year

Long-term Executive, Behavioral, and Psychosocial Functioning After Adolescent Traumatic Brain Injury

Effects of Cognitive Training on Attention and Neural Processing Following Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Trauma and Rehabilitation Registry Merge

School Transition and Re-Entry Program (STEP)

Traumatic Brain Injury Symptom Assessment and Resolution Prediction

2008-2009 Grant Year

Predictors of Participation by Children in Life Situations Following Traumatic Injury

Teen Online Problem Solving for Adolescent Traumatic Brain Injury

The Neural Substrates of Executive Function Skills Following Adolescent TBI

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