Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC)
The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) is a partnership between the Kentucky Department for Public Health and the University of Kentucky's College of Public Health that combines academic investigation with practical public health initiatives.
Our purpose is to decrease the burden of injury in the Commonwealth. Our partnership, grounded in a belief that most injuries are preventable, cultivates a collaborative approach to problem solving. KIPRC works to reduce injury through education, policy initiatives, public health programming, surveillance, risk factor analysis, direct interventions, and evaluation.
KIPRC's mission is to increase knowledge and awareness of the injury prevalence in Kentucky, and to impart skills and strategies to reduce this problem and make Kentucky a safer place to call home.
Kentucky Injury Prevention & Research Center
333 Waller Avenue Suite 242
Lexington Kentucky, 40504
Phone: (859) 257-4954
Terry Bunn - Director
Freda Francis- General Inquiries
KIPRCrequests@uky.edu - Data Requests
Directions to KIPRC:
Take Paris Pike (also called US 68/27) South from exit 113 approximately 4.25 miles. As you enter and then pass through downtown Lexington Paris Pike will become Broadway. After traveling approximately 4.25 miles turn left onto Waller Avenue (watch for St. Joseph Hospital on the left and the Campbell House Inn on the right). KIPRC is located on the second floor of 333 Waller Avenue, which is on the left, approximately 2 blocks after you turn and directly across the street from the Arthritis Center of Lexington.
From the Bluegrass Parkway or from Frankfort via US 60
Take US 60 East into Lexington. Approximately 1 mile after passing the New Circle Road (state highway 4) interchange turn right onto Mason Headley Road. Continue on Mason Headley until it intersects with Broadway/Harrodsburg Road (also US 68). Proceed straight across Broadway onto Waller Avenue. KIPRC is located on the second floor of 333 Waller Avenue, which is on the left, approximately 2 blocks after you cross Broadway and directly across the street from the Arthritis Center of Lexington.