NEWS & EVENTS
Ms. Isobel McDonald from the First Nations Health Authority gave an excellent presentation on community-based falls prevention programming in First Nations communities.
This updated five-week e-learning course will help you acquire the knowledge and skills needed to apply an evidence-based approach to the prevention of falls and fall-related injuries.
Choking and suffocation is responsible for almost 40% of unintentional injuries in infants under the age of one in Canada.
Read our new Injury Insight report on vulnerable road users and the disproportionate adverse consequences from motor vehicle collisions.
Members of the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit have been awarded the UBC 2014 President’s Staff Award for Global Citizenship.
New research from Dr. Mariana Brussoni shows that helmet laws really do make a difference.
Are you interested in learning about injury prevention? Would you like to incorporate evidence-based strategies and programs for reducing injuries?
During our last webinar we had a very informative presentation on the topic of youth and alcohol.
This free online tool is now available as a resource for up-to-date educational training on the recognition, management and prevention of concussions.
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths among children aged 1-4 years old in Canada.