Date: Thursday, March 25th at 10 AM Abstract: Research is clear on the importance of regular and repeated access to outdoor risky play. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of supporting children’s play outdoors is even more urgent to support infection control and child health and well-being. With children spending more time indoors and on screens, engagement in outdoor play has never been lower and inequities of access are widening. We will explore…
Ms. Isobel McDonald from the First Nations Health Authority gave an excellent presentation on community-based falls prevention programming in First Nations communities.
During our last webinar we had a very informative presentation on the topic of youth and alcohol.
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths among children aged 1-4 years old in Canada.
ProFouND, the Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination, was designed to broadly disseminate evidence-based, best-practice information about fall prevention.
Dr. Mariana Brussoni took participants back to their childhood to remember what it was like to play outside in a natural and less-controlled setting.
In this workshop, Dr. Hassan Soubhi examined one of the most prevalent ways of looking at injury data, using examples from injury mortality and hospitalization data in British Columbia.