NEWS & EVENTS
The purpose of this report is to describe the burden of concussion in BC, for the general population, with a focus on children and youth ages 0 to 19 years.
Preventable injuries cost every British Columbian an estimated $665 – nearly eight per cent higher than the national average.
Transport Canada says there are potential safety issues with Designer 22 infant car seats.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the recall affects RBK and CCM helmets with an HECC sticker and a date code of JUN-2013.
The report, developed with the support of nearly 200 injury prevention experts from around the world, is intended to draw attention to child unintentional injuries, a significant but long neglected public health and development concern.
In this workshop, Dr. Hassan Soubhi examined one of the most prevalent ways of looking at injury data, using examples from injury mortality and hospitalization data in British Columbia.