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What does IPC stand for?

IPC stands for Injury Prevention Center (various locations)

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9: Dede Carpenter, left, Kohl's West Lebanon store manager, presents Debra Samaha, director of the Injury Prevention Center at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, with a check for $18,640 on behalf of Kohl's Cares.
She was previously coordinator of home safety and regional programs for ACH's Injury Prevention Center.
Thank you to all of the volunteers who supported the success of the 2012 YWLC Summer Institute: Aetna employees, Joe Young Studios, Real Art Ways, Hartford Public Library, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Hartford Connecticut Children s Medical Center Injury Prevention Center, Sensei Dan- Shaolin Kempo Martial Arts, Julianna Crampton Eneida s Salonin and DreamGrlz.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recorded more than 600,000 bicycle injuries last year and found that bike accidents land more kids in emergency rooms than any other athletic endeavor, Moreover, up to 80% of all bicycle-related fatalities are due to head injuries, according to the Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center.
According to the Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center, 40% of cyclists admitted to emergency rooms have head injuries -- and cyclists with head trauma are twenty times more likely to die than those without.
Queen Mum, 98, rejects panties gift Researchers at the Auckland University Injury Prevention Center, working on underwear with rigid shields intended to prevent older women from breaking their hips, recently sent a pair to the 98-year-old Queen Mother, who fractured her hip in January.
Collaborative Report: Institute for Health and Aging, University of California, San Francisco, and Injury Prevention Center, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
Teret, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center, says, "As public health professionals, if we are faced with a disease that is carried by some type of vehicle/vector like a mosquito, our initial response would be to control the vector.