Funded Programs, Activities and Research
The Injury Center works through its funded programs and activities to collaborate with national organizations, state health agencies, and other key groups to develop, implement, and promote effective injury and violence prevention and control practices. Funded programs include the Public Health Injury Surveillance and Prevention Program, National Violent Death Reporting System, Rape Prevention and Education Program, Academic Centers for Excellence on Youth Violence Prevention, Older Adult Fall Prevention, Injury Control Research Centers (ICRCs), and more.
Research is fundamental to our success because thorough, accurate data are essential in making sound, smart investments. Learn more about our past and currently funded awards and our success stories.
The CDC Injury Center uses grants to assist other health-related and research organizations that contribute to CDC’s mission of health promotion through health information dissemination, prevention, and research. The competitive process begins by publishing the Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
Information on the independent peer review of documents defined by NCIPC as influential in terms of their potential impact on public policy or the private sector.