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.
Linda Rothman will spend the next few years working as a postdoctoral fellow with Alison Macpherson on the policy work planned for her CIHR Chair in Reproductive, Child and Youth Health. Linda joins us from Dr. Andrew Howard’s Transport Related Injury … Continue reading
Researchers at the University of British Columbia are seeking to better understand what makes a memorable outdoor play space. To do so we created a 2 minute online survey – would you be willing to take the survey? It’s simple, … Continue reading
A new youth injury report – Injury Among Young Canadians: A national study of contextual determinants – was launched at the CIPSPC. Prepared by Queen’s University and the CIHR Team in Child and Youth Injury Prevention and funded by the Public Health … Continue reading