The Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum (CIPC) is a 2-day workshop that covers the basics of injury prevention. The primary goal of the curriculum is to provide practitioners in a variety of sectors with an understanding of the theory and practice of injury prevention, including the tools needed to develop and implement effective programs.

The workshop consists of a combination of presentations, group discussions, and a group project.

The content focuses on:
• Defining the injury problem
• Identifying risk and protective factors
• Selecting an intervention
• Implementing and evaluating an Intervention

In BC, the CIPC is delivered by the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit and coordinated nationally by Parachute, the secretariat organization of the Canadian Collaborating Centres for Injury Prevention.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 26 – Thursday, September 28, 2017
WHERE: BC Centre for Disease Control, 655 W 12th Ave, Vancouver, BC
COST: $250 (includes workshop materials and catering)

Early Bird August 29, 2017: $225
Regular September 12, 2017: $250