Examining successful injury prevention initiatives allow us to plan future interventions.
Injury is the leading cause of death for British Columbians aged 1-to-44-years-old. These injuries are largely preventable, and appropriate interventions can save lives and prevent disability.
Everyone has a role in injury prevention—senior decision makers, policy makers, legislators, public health professionals, and others in BC who have a responsibility in injury prevention and/or a role in resource allocation can work together to make a difference.
The Casebook for Injury Prevention (2015)
Navigate through our library of case studies of successful injury prevention initiatives using the links below.