NEWS & EVENTS
BCIRPU postdoctoral fellow named PILLAR scholar
The two-year mentorship program provides new clinical scientists with the chance to improve their research skills and receive guidance from senior scientists.
New study examines the cost of poisonings in BC
In 2016, poisonings cost the province $812.5 million.
The price we pay for gun violence in British Columbia
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.
BCIRPU Annual Report 2021-2022
Read about last year’s achievements and highlights in the BCIRPU Annual Report 2021-2022.
Dr. Ian Pike receives fellowship from Japanese research society
Dr. Pike will work on a child passenger safety campaign with researchers in Chiba.
From all of us to you, we hope you have a lovely holiday season.
10 things about the 2022 Canadian Injury Prevention Conference
The event brought together over 160 delegates from across Canada.
Cold and flu season is here—and it looks different
Cold and flu season is here. Learn what to do about the medication shortage.
New website outlines financial and human cost of injury in BC
costofinjury.ca uses interactive charts and graphs to illustrate the burden of injury in BC.
BCIRPU’s CATT for Athletes wins national collaboration award
The CCCIP Award recognizes effective injury prevention initiatives completed with a collaborative effort.