Leadership Dedicated to Improving Lives
“In 2009, in Los Angeles County alone, there were 29,112 assault-related Emergency Department visits with 4,027 hospitalizations. There were an additional 45,175 patients treated in the Emergency Department after motor vehicle accidents and 4,890 patients treated for pedestrian injuries.”
The newly developed Center for Trauma, Violence, & Injury Prevention staff represents individuals from a wide variety of disciplines to create an outstanding center for research and training in the field of injury prevention and education.
April 12, 2014
When the Festival of Books started in 1996, its goal was to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. With over 150,000 people attending each year, the Festival of Books has been a great success and has...
January 31, 2014
The CTVIP successfully implemented their first ThinkFirst program at Bravo Medical Magnet Senior High. The students learned about the importance of using your mind to protect your body from brain and spinal cord injuries. The program was...