The iDOT© is an easy-to-use, menu-driven system that makes injury data available to injury prevention practitioners and professionals, as well as the public. It is an effective and efficient way for users to access injury data including mortality, morbidity, traffic accidents, and sports. Go to the iDOT »
BCIRPU operates the BC component of CHIRPP, an injury surveillance system funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, operating at 15 hospital emergency departments across Canada. The program began in 1990 and includes extensive data and information on child and youth injury, which can be used by government, health authorities and other stakeholders to inform injury prevention policy and programs.
Contact Mhairi Nolan CHIRPP Coordinator for further details.
BCIRPU houses CAIR data, an integrated national surveillance project of the Canadian Agricultural and Safety Association that guides and informs the national agricultural health and safety agenda. An executive steering committee guides CAIR, assigning priority to data quality, research and knowledge transformation.
Contact Ian Pike Director of BCIRPU for further details.