Researchers interviewed children 10 to 13-years-old living in Canada about their feelings of safety and level of activity around unsupervised outdoor play.
The study looks at the three-year period before recreational cannabis legalization in Canada in order to set a baseline for future comparisons. Researchers extracted data from the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting & Prevention Program (CHIRPP) database between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2018. Suggested Citation: Cheng P, Zargaran A, Rajabali F, Turcotte K, Babul S. Original quantitative research – Setting the baseline: a description of cannabis poisonings at a…
Citation: Al-Hajj S, Pawliuk C, Smith J, Zheng A, Pike I. History of injury in a developing country: a scoping review of injury literature in Lebanon. (2020 Apr). Journal of Public Health, fdaa043. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdaa043 View Publication
This study observed differences between rural and urban parents’ attitudes towards serious injury in both British Columbia and Quebec and differences between mothers and fathers.
This study explored the relationship between neighborhood social and material deprivation and the rates of abusive head trauma.
The objective of this project was to use an integrated knowledge translation approach to develop a digital platform that provides injury prevention information and resources across 51 sport and recreational activities.
This study used a novel dataset to describe the geographic and demographic distribution of residential fires and related casualties across 4 Canadian provinces and to explore changes over time.
The Period of PURPLE Crying program is a trauma prevention program implemented in British Columbia since 2009.
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