Drug Overdose Deaths, Hospitalizations, and Emergency Department Visits in Kentucky, 2000‐2012
FACE Case Report: Hispanic Roofer’s Fall Protection Failed Causing Him to Fall 29.91 Feet to His Death (14KY030)
FACE Case Report: Scrap Processor Struck by Wrench and Dies after Makeshift Torque System Fails (14KY036)
FACE Case Report: Foreman Falls into Running Auger after Stepping on Door Panel with Broken Door Interlocks (14KY022)
FACE Case Report: Two Masons Electrocuted after Contact with an Overhead Power Line (13KY010)
Haz Alert: Truck Rear-End Fatalities
Who We Are
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.
What We Do
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.