The Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum (CIPC) is a unique curriculum that focuses on injury prevention theory and practice. It is the first curriculum of its kind, targeted to health professionals and other key stakeholders whose work includes injury prevention. The focus of the curriculum is on the epidemiology of injury, the principles of injury prevention, injury data systems, applied research and planning methodologies, and program development and evaluation.
The curriculum is meant for adult learners who, because of their functions or responsibilities, are likely to conduct research activities or develop, implement or evaluate programs aimed at improving safety and reducing the frequency and severity of both intentional and unintentional injury. In addition to increasing the number of individuals prepared with the same basic understanding, we are hoping that the common preparation this initiative will provide will enhance inter-sectoral collaboration. The curriculum is built on Canadian content and uses Canadian examples to illustrate concepts. For more information visit: http://canadianinjurycurriculum.ca/
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The next CIPC workshop will be held on Tuesday, September 26 to Thursday, September 28, 2017 in Vancouver, BC.
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CIPC Facilitator Training Workshop
Have you taken the Canadian Injury Prevention (CIPC) workshop? Would you like to teach this curriculum in your communities or online? If so, you will benefit from this course.
Participants will gain an understanding of adult learning principles, presentation skills, training strategies and coaching skills. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a joint certificate from the Canadian Collaborating Centres for Injury Prevention and Control (CCCIPC).
This course is offered by the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit. Previous completion of CIPC training is a requirement for registration.
For more information on the next course, please email BCIRPU.