The CIHR Team in Child and Youth Injury Prevention (STAIR C&Y Team) is a unique collaboration of interdisciplinary researchers and partners who have a common purpose—to generate new knowledge for stakeholders who develop and deliver policy and programs, and advocate for children and youth in Canada.
Pauktuutit has written a fantastic chapter on injury prevention for the Quality Practices for Inuit ECE/ Day Care Centres manual. It is highly practical and easy to read. It has been translated into two Inuktitut dialects and disseminated to all … Continue reading →
To date, the Burden of Injury study has recruited 142 participants. We are pleased to have reached more than 50% of our final goal of 240 participants. We have had great success recruiting at the emergency department (82% of total … Continue reading →
Kelly Russell, Brent Hagel, and their team have completed a study examining injury rates and risk factors for snowboard terrain park injuries. During two winter seasons, there were 344 injuries and the overall injury rate was 0.75 injuries per 1000 … Continue reading →