March 2009

Blessures 101: Une introduction aux blessures et à leur prevention

This Learning Series will be held entirely in French.

Blessures 101: Une introduction aux blessures et à leur prevention
March 26th, 2009

10:00 AM to 11:00 AMEST

Faculty

Françoise Hubley, (RN, Bscn)

Guest Faculty: Ms. Françoise Hubley, RN, BScN Session

Title

Injury 101 in French Blessures 101: Une introduction aux blessures et à leur prevention Faculty: Françoise Hubley, (RN, Bscn) is a Public Health Nurse in the Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention at Niagara Region Public Health with extensive experience in the development of community capacity, evidence based strategies & resources to prevent fall-related injuries in the older adult, advocacy and more recently comprehensive injury/falls prevention not specific to elderly falls prevention. She is a Registered Nurses of Ontario Best Practice Guidelines Champion and a Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum trainer. Brief Overview of Presentation: This month’s presentation will be a special French addition of our SMARTRISK Learning Series. We will be giving our Injury 101 Presentation in French. This presentation will aim to cover the basics Injury Prevention. Including an analysis of what and injury is, the relation of injuries to public Health, an examination of what injury prevention is and how one can go about creating, implementing and evaluating an injury prevention program.

Again, please be advised that this month’s Learning Series will be held entirely in French.

Learning Objectives

  • Provide participants the understanding of the theory and practice of injury prevention.
  • An understanding of the overview of injury
  • A basic understanding of the sources of injury information
  • A basic understanding of the principles of injury prevention
  • A basic understanding of the development, implementation and evaluation of injury prevention interventions

Session Materials

Updated March 16, 2009