CONTACT

Contact

General Inquires and Mailing Address

BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit

F508 – 4480 Oak St.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

V6H 3V4

bcinjury@bcchr.ca

Media Requests

For any media inquiries, please contact Anita Yau, Research Coordinator, at anita.yau@bcchr.ca

Services and Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements

BCIRPU subject-matter experts are available to deliver engaging and informative presentations for seminars, conferences, and events on topics related to injury prevention. Presentations represent current evidence and best practices. We do not charge a fee for service; however, an honorarium is often provided and much appreciated. These funds go to support summer studentships and student research mentorships.

Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum (CIPC)

CIPC focuses on injury prevention, control theory, and practice. It is the first curriculum of its kind that is targeted to community-based public health and injury prevention practitioners, is built on Canadian content and uses Canadian examples to illustrate injury prevention concepts. The CIPC is supported by the Canadian Injury Prevention resource.

Delivered as a 2-day workshop on demand, this curriculum is geared towards researchers and injury prevention professionals who practice injury prevention in the community. BCIRPU also delivers a CIPC facilitator workshop for those who would like to lead their own CIPC workshop.

Please email us for workshop details.

Comissioned Research Projects

BCIRPU drives collaboration on population and public health primary prevention initiatives and facilitates linkage with like-minded organizations to address issues provincially, nationally, and internationally. As the provincial hub for injury prevention coordination and leadership, BCIRPU is able to provide expert consulting and research services that best serves the needs of the client. The options include, but are not limited to:

  • Gap analyses and performing improvement plans
  • Injury prevention program planning, development and evaluation
  • Research design, methods and analyses
  • Research literature searches and synthesis
  • Grant application development
  • Identification of key trends, issues and best practices
  • Coordination and facilitation of injury surveillance
  • Expert training in injury and falls prevention

For further information and access to these services, please contact us at bcinjury@bcchr.ca

SPPH 555 Course

BCIRPU faculty offer SPPH 555: Principles and Practices of Injury Prevention, through the School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia. Visit the School’s website for more information.