The Ontario Injury Compass focusing on concussion related emergency room visits in Ontario has been updated with newly corrected data and has been reviewed by several experts in the field. It is encouraged that all users obtain and refer to this revised version.
The call for abstracts is open with a Dec. 16, 2013, submission deadline. Presented in partnership with the Falls & Mobility Network Meeting, this conference is co-hosted by the Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre and the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit. Join us at Toronto's Eaton Chelsea Hotel as we bring together experts from across Canada and around the world to share research excellence, clinical advances and policy innovations in fall and injury prevention among older adults. Contact Conference Coordinator, Karin Ivand, at 647-343-5034 or visit the conference website for information.
The OIPRC is pleased to announce an exciting new communications venue for IP practitioners, an email list called IP Chat. This listserv will be a new forum for discussions and questions among interested Ontario practitioners relating to injury prevention. You may wish to use this forum to pose questions of colleagues or to share information . To join, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre (OIPRC) helps injury prevention professionals reduce injury in Ontario.We do this through:
- knowledge translation and interpretation
- knowledge exchange and communication
- system planning
See our website for more details on our services, training, publications, and online resources.
March 31 - April 2, 2014
Allstream Centre, Toronto
With the theme Knowledge to Action, TOPHC aims to advance public health in Ontario by increasing the knowledge and skills in the workforce, and invites public health professionals, such as health promoters, epidemiologists, public health nurses, physicians, researchers, policy-makers and other groups to participate.
May 27 - May 28, 2014
Delta Chelsea Hotel
Call for abstracts now open. Co-hosted by the OIPRC and the BCIRPU, this conference will bring together experts from across Canada and around the world to share research excellence, clinical advances and policy innovations in fall and fall-related injury prevention among older adults.