NEWS & EVENTS
We are pleased to welcome four new individuals who will lead injury prevention initiatives in each of the regional health authorities.
Learn more about the SHRed Concussions study for high school kids and how to participate.
During his career, Dr. Richard Stanwick’s advocacy, sharp mind, and good humour resulted in innovative programs and policies that improved safety and saved lives.
The training tool will enable law enforcement to make more informed decisions about what to look for and when to seek medical support in a timely manner.
Well done, Shelina!
The one-year project will look at the consequence of quarantine on unintentional injuries at home, play, and on the road.
From all of us to you, good tidings and safe gatherings this holiday season.
Our Injury Insights provide a quick snapshot of current injury prevention research.
Read about last year’s achievements and highlights in our BCIRPU Annual Report 2020-2021.
According to Statistics Canada, British Columbia has one of the most rapidly aging populations in Canada.