Webinar Series

"Injury Control Connection" is the ICRC's asynchronous webinar series. Presenters are WVU ICRC affiliate faculty members or other experts in injury control research and practice. We offer at least five webinars each year on a range of injury prevention topics.

How to Participate

  1. Complete the pre-webinar survey (opens in new window).
  2. After completing the pre-webinar survey, view the webinar (opens in new window; ~35 minutes in length).
  3. After viewing the webinar, complete the post-webinar survey (opens in new window).
  4. Question for our speaker? Post it on Twitter or Facebook using #askWVUICRC or email us. 

Psychological/Psychiatric Evidence and Suicide Determination

Most Recent Episode

Dr. Ian Rockett, Professor in the School of Public Health from West Virginia University, presents his research on the determination of suicide based on psychological/psychiatric evidence.

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Psychological/Psychiatric Evidence and Suicide Determination
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Adverse Childhood Experiences in WV: Why it Matters

Dr. Michael Brumage presents an overview of adverse childhood experiences and explains how this type of trauma affects individual health and creates public health challenges.

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Sleep & Suicide: Relationships and Opportunities for Intervention

Dr. Wil Pigeon discusses the link between suicide and sleep disorders along potential strategies to put this research into practice.

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