The Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention MOOC, led by Dr. Andrew Hashikawa in collaboration with Drs. Lisa Buckley, Rebecca Cunningham and Sarah Stoddard, aims to provide a broad foundation on the prevention of child and adolescent injuries, which is the leading cause of mobility impairment and mortality in the U.S. for this age demographic. This MOOC educates students and professionals from a variety of backgrounds, including health care, medicine, kinesiology, nursing, public policy, social work, pharmacy, dentistry and psychology, on the approaches and classifications of injuries in order to increase knowledge and understanding of this major public health issue. Comprised of seven modules, this MOOC features a multidisciplinary panel of experts and delves into key information on topics including injury risk factors, intentional injuries like abuse or bullying, transportation, early childhood safety, sports injury prevention and prevention advocacy. Based on components originally piloted as online lectures to U-M pediatric residents, this MOOC provides evidence-based approaches to prevent child and adolescent injury via a digital, formal training format. This material enables parents, coaches, child care workers and others to have a deeper understanding of issues and techniques for a proactive approach to injury prevention.