The Lawson Foundation announced the launch of the second phase of its Outdoor Play Strategy and an investment of $4.95 million in 8 projects that will benefit Early Learning and Child Care across Canada. The $650,000 investment heralds the launch of Promoting Early Childhood Outside (PRO-ECO): An Outdoor Play Intervention for Children Aged 3 to 5 Years in Early Learning and Child Care Programs led by Dr. Mariana Brussoni, associate…
BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit scientist Dr. Shelina Babul has recently published two new articles about the success of the Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) and the importance of concussion symptoms being accessible online. Delivering Evidence-Based Online Concussion Education to Medical and Healthcare Professionals: The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) Stakeholder Recommendations to Increase the Accessibility of Online Health Information for Adults Experiencing Concussion Symptoms
Happy Holidays from all of us at BCIRPU.
“Advancing Early Childhood Education Outdoors Now” will take place over three sessions this fall.
Ms. Desiree Wilson’s study is a school-based participatory research project that engaged children in examining the play-friendliness of their neighbourhoods.
We’re still all in this together, as we re-open businesses and start up activities.
Most poisonings occurred as a result of the co-ingestion of cannabis with other substances, like alcohol.
On May 8th the VOICES of Our Children and Youth students were filmed by Akwesasne TV at the request of the Kana:takon Grade 5 and 6 classes to conduct a VOICES session on kid’s
perspectives on the impacts of COVID-19.
The program was associated with a 35% reduction in the number of children under two admitted to BC hospitals with shaking-related injuries.
These unique circumstances can actually put us at risk for injury as we try to keep ourselves and our kids busy.