To help better understand the issue, this Ontario Injury Compass presents emergency department (ED) visit data for injuries related to falls involving skateboards and in-line skates for those 0-14 years, as well as strategies to prevent injuries resulting from a fall.

CATT Online provides free concussion toolkits, an online Concussion Response Tool, and downloadable resources. Developed by the BCIRPU, the CATT tool is a great resource for practitioners and residents of Ontario.

Find out what Injury Prevention working groups across Ontario are doing by visiting their microsites. Interested in a microsite for your working group? The OIPRC can help!

What We Do

The Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre (OIPRC) helps injury prevention professionals reduce injury in Ontario.
We do this through:

  • coordination
  • knowledge translation and interpretation
  • knowledge exchange and communication
  • leadership
  • capacity-building
  • system planning

Find out more about our services

In the News

2018 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CONFERENCE

The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute's annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference is a national conference dedicated to advance knowledge on traumatic brain injury in scientific research and clinical care.

Join TRI on February 2, 2018 at the Beanfield Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto.  For details, please click on:

2018 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CONFERENCE

4TH CANADIAN FALL PREVENTION CONFERENCE - St. John’s, June 11-12 ,2018

The website for the 2018 Fall Prevention Conference is up!  Please take a look:

4TH CANADIAN FALL PREVENTION CONFERENCE

June 11-12
SHERATON HOTEL NEWFOUNDLAND
St. John's, Newfoundland


 

Social Determinants of Health Map - Interactive Tool

Public Health Ontario just launched a new Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Map. The SDOH Map is an online interactive tool that shows the distribution of upstream social determinants of health across the province, Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) and public health units (PHU).


The tool is customizable to allow for specific analysis and comparison. The Map allows to:

- select the indicators that are most relevant for your work
- outline the data specific to your LHIN and/or PHU boundary
- compare two indicators directly on the Map
- download the raw data to do your own analysis

To go to the map, please click on the link:

Social Determinants of Health Map

Upcoming Events

The Public in Public Health - Fall Forum

November 8, 2017

Chestnut Conference Centre, Toronto

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Envisioning Ageing in Place Conference

November 23, 2017

Ryerson University, Sears Atrium, George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre

This conference will discuss ageing in place from a variety of perspectives.

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