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.
It is remarkable to note what has been accomplished by our Team since 2010. The hard metrics such as number of publications and presentations are impressive, but even more impressive are the things that are difficult to measure: the quality … Continue reading
On November 5, 2013, we held a symposium on risky play and injury prevention in Montreal. It occurred prior to the 2013 Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference and summarized their presentation in the discussion papers that follow. The … Continue reading
The quality of sibling relationships appears to play a role in risk for child injury at home, and should be taken into account in both injury prevention campaigns and interventions targeting parent and sibling supervisory practices. Dr. Caroline Piotrowski’s full … Continue reading