Congratulations to BCIRPU scientist Dr. Ian Pike who received $267,750 from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research for his study of the unintended consequences of implementing stay-at-home policies during the COVID-19 pandemic. This project will use several sources of data to better understand how many children and youth suffered a violence-related injury during the pandemic. The research team will use data to report on the type of injuries that occurred…
We’re still all in this together, as we re-open businesses and start up activities.
These unique circumstances can actually put us at risk for injury as we try to keep ourselves and our kids busy.
BCIRPU faculty, research staff, fellows, and student employees will be working remotely until further notice.
Young kids require lots of attention and energy.
Tips to reduce tension in the household and plan activities.
Experts are concerned that violence and related injuries are likely to increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The amount of information and uncertainty about COVID-19 can be overwhelming and distressing.
Ensuring a safe home environment for your parent and older loved ones is important.
There are still lots of ways that you and your family can stay active!