NEWS & EVENTS
Dr. Mariana Brussoni says that dads shouldn’t shy away from a little roughhousing.
BCIRPU researchers have completed the Systematic Review of Community Interventions to Improve Aboriginal Child Passenger Safety.
While more activity may not lead to more injuries, more attention must be given to injury prevention and the potential injury consequences of physical activity.
ProFouND, the Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination, was designed to broadly disseminate evidence-based, best-practice information about fall prevention.
Hockey legend Ken Dryden gave a call to action, encouraging players, coaches and medical professionals to educate others about concussion awareness, prevention and treatment.
Dr. Shelina Babul discussed concussion management on Global News.
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.
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.