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WELCOME to VCU Trauma Center's Injury and Violence Prevention Program (IVPP)
IVPP is a mix of hospital- and community-based injury and violence prevention programs that provide multidisciplinary, collaborative, and evidence-based resources for the Richmond area and throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Announcing The PTS Injury Prevention International Travel Scholarship:

The Injury Prevention Committee of the Panamerican Trauma Society (PTS) is pleased to announce in 2014 the availability of two travel award scholarships for the best research related to the field of injury prevention.

The scholarship is intended to support travel to the annual meeting of the Panamerican Trauma Society to allow the author(s) to present their work related to  injury prevention and/or violence control at  the XXVII Panamerican Trauma Congress  in November 11-14, 2014. Preference will be given to research describing interventional projects rather than simple descriptions of injury epidemiology.

For more information please visit www.panamtrauma.org, go to Annual Meeting 2014.


invitation to The Shining Knight Gala


VCU Medical Center
Celebrates
The 6th Annual Shining Knight Gala

Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 6:00 pm
The Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, VA

To Benefit the VCU Medical Center Trauma Center

Honoring Those Who Protect and
Save Lives in Central Virgina


Highlights of 2013 Gala: Tony Carr's Recovery


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