Injury Data Online Tool (iDOT)

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The iDOT© is an easy-to-use, menu-driven system that makes injury data available to injury prevention practitioners and professionals, as well as the public. It is an effective and efficient way for users to access injury data including mortality, morbidity, traffic accidents, and sports.

hospitalizations
For more information on the Injury Hospitalizations tool and how to use it, click here »

We are experiencing some issues with our Injury Hospitalizations tool and it is temporarily unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.

UPDATE: The standard population used to calculate the age-standardized rate has been updated to 2011 (previously 1991).

deaths
For more information on the Injury Related Deaths tool and how to use it, click here »

UPDATE: The standard population used to calculate the age-standardized rate has been updated to 2011 (previously 1991).

PLEASE NOTE: A study is currently underway to investigate fall-related mortality, as presented in the data, among British Columbians aged 85+ years between the years of 2006 and 2015.

traffic
For more information on the Traffic Accident System tool and how to use it, click here »

sports
For more information on the Sports Related Injury tool and how to use it, click here »

We are experiencing some issues with our Sports Related Injury tool and it is temporarily unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.

UPDATE: The standard population used to calculate the age-standardized rate has been updated to 2011 (previously 1991).

ER visits
For more information on the Injury ER Visits at BC Children’s Hospital (BCCH) tool and how to use it, click here »

UPDATE: Now includes BC Children’s Hospital Emergency Room visit data up until December 2014.

deaths
For more information on the Work Related Injury Claims tool and how to use it, click here »

UPDATE: Now includes WorkSafeBC data up until December 2016.


  • Mortality data is obtained from BC Vital Statistics.
  • Morbidity data is obtained from the Ministry of Health Discharge Abstract Database.
  • TAS (Traffic Accident System) data is obtained from the Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC).
  • Sports related injuries data (Sport iDOT©) is obtained from the Ministry of Health Discharge Abstract Database.
  • Injury ER Visits Data is obtained from Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting & Prevention Program (CHIRPP)