The purpose of this presentation is to describe the work of the Canadian Injury Indicators Team, specifically related to the development of injury indicators for First Nations children and youth and Inuit children and youth.
Cataracts are the leading cause of vision impairment among seniors.
To address physical violence and abuse, the BC Ministry of Health commissioned this systematic review to determine how physical violence and abuse injuries may be reduced by utilizing primary prevention initiatives, within a public health model.
The ability to see properly is essential for safe driving practices. Equally important is how quickly and adequately drivers respond to emergency situations that arise while operating a motor vehicle.
The objective of this evaluation was to determine the legislative impact on fatalities in Japan for the period 1994–2005.
These resources targeted parents and caregivers of children six months to three years of age.
A systematic review of the current literature was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of various intervention strategies to reduce the risk and rate of motor vehicle crashes (MVC), and to improve the driving performance of older drivers.
42 results found.