If we want more evidence-based practice, we need more practice-based evidence.*
Injury Related Websites
Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and
|Browse the newly posted reports for injuries associated with shopping carts, personal powered watercraft, hot beverages, fireworks, dog bites and dog attacks...|
|The Safe Communities
|Funded by five Canadian banks and four large industries, and the governments of Ontario and Alberta, this public-private sector partnership since 1996 has developed safe communities programs and tools to reduce workplace, home, and recreational injuries.|
The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injury in Canada. http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hpb/lcdc/brch/infury/unintent/
|Reducing The Burden of
Injury: Advancing Prevention and Treatment.
Fire Prevention Education
|Fire prevention education,
including a place called "Get out of my way!"
where kids can drive a fire truck through city streets to a big fire!
|FIRE PREVENTION & SAFETY RESOURCES
-- Spanish Language Resources --
|Safety resources compiled by http://educatorlabs.org/|
Conducts research, develops educational materials, distributes publications to professionals and consumers.
The Summary of US Fire Statistics 1986-1995 http://www.usfa.fema.gov/usfapubs/
Center for Injury Prevention
This group provides a wide range of information regarding child safety and injury prevention.Injury Prevention Network
|CDC National Center
for Injury Prevention and Control
4770 Buford Highway NE
Atlanta , GA 30341
|This is a book that reaches program managers hoe to demonstrate the value of their work to the public, to the peers, to funders, and to the people served.|
Free catalog of OSHA audio visual aids, training programs, and other publications on worksite health and safety topics available with a self-addressed mailing label.
Injury Prevention Network
Phone: (415) 821-8209
Fax:: (415) 282-2563
|The Injury prevention Network Newsletter is a product of the Trauma Foundation funded under the San Francisco Injury Prevention Center. Its content was written by Trauma Foundation staff working on alcohol related projects.|
|The Disability Resource
|The Disability Resource provides information and resources for people with all types of disabilities. Its website hosts chat rooms, lists upcoming events, sells publications of interest, and allows you to search for other resources using a variety of internet search engines. Members can schedule chats on specific topics and design their own webpage.|
Institute for Highway Safety
Conducts research and communications associated with motor vehicle injury, using a public health approach. IIHS Reports uses graphs and interviews to present highway injury reduction issues. This 15 minute videotape is based on significant findings in The Injury Fact Book.
|National Highway Traffic Safety
Department of Transportation
400 Seventh Street SW,
Washington, DC 20590
Phone: (202) 426-0123 http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/
Auto Safety Hotline (800) 424-9393. Pamphlets, fact sheets, and research notes on seat belts, child safety seats, drunk driving, and auto manufacturer defect campaigns.
Provides safety services and materials, including annual statistical compilation called Accident Facts.
An annual directory of poison control centers and a database of incident case reports of poisonings dating back to 1971.
|Safety Tips for
the Home, Outdoors, and Sports.
|Safety tips covers a wide range of issues for active lifestyles, outdoors, sports, biking, beach, home and more.|
The Safety.com Guide on How to Prevent Kitchen Fires https://www.safety.com/home/security/guide-to-prevent-kitchen-fires/
|A deep-dive on how to prevent kitchen fires in the home|
Child Injury Division Health Canada and CHIRPP
Children and Youth Division, Health Canada
Product safety Bureau, Health Canada
Canada Safety Council
Canadian Agricultural Safety Program
Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs
Canadian Automobile Association
Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety
Canadian Institute of Child Health
Canadian Pediatric Society
Canadian Parks/Recreation Association
Canadian Public Health Association
Canadian Red Cross
Injury Control Resource Information Network
Injury Prevention Center
St. John Ambulance Canada
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