NEWS & EVENTS
BC Concussion Awareness Week is September 24-30, 2023.
Information for British Columbians on preventing drowning and heat exhaustion.
The BCIRPU celebrated its 25th Anniversary on October 11, 2023.
BCIRPU partners with the BC Office of the Fire Commissioner to promote smoke alarm uptake and testing
The campaign will combat the increasing number of fire-related injuries and deaths in the province.
Over $1 million in grants to go towards improving vulnerable road user safety across British Columbia, including in rural, remote, and Indigenous communities.
Five individuals will lead injury prevention initiatives in each of the regional health authorities.
The two-year mentorship program provides new clinical scientists with the chance to improve their research skills and receive guidance from senior scientists.
In 2016, poisonings cost the province $812.5 million.
Firearm-related incidents in BC result in large health care and criminal justice system costs to society, according to a new publication by BCIRPU researchers.
Read about last year’s achievements and highlights in the BCIRPU Annual Report 2021-2022.