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CCOHS: OSH Links: Injury prevention

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... Contact Us Help Search canada.gc.ca Home > Free Resources > OSH Links > OSH Links by Subject > Injury prevention Search

Staying healthy and active

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Mar 25, 2019 ...Staying healthy and active Addiction awareness, injury prevention, active living, nutrition and social wellness resources for Canadian Armed Forces members and their families. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr LinkedIn Services and information Addiction awareness and prevention Prevent alcohol, drug, gambling and tobacco use. How addiction impacts you

CCOHS: OSH Links: Injury prevention

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...Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety www.ccohs.ca Skip to content Common menu bar links Français Home Contact Us Help Search canada.ca Home > Free Resources > OSH Links > OSH Links by Subject > Injury prevention Search for: Help GO CCOHS About CCOHS Membership Program Products & Services Education & Training Web Information Service OSH

CCOHS: OSH Links: Injury prevention

http://www.ccohs.ca/oshlinks/subject/injuryprevention.html

... Contact Us Help Search canada.gc.ca Home > Free Resources > OSH Links > OSH Links by Subject > Injury prevention Search

Harper Government Invests in Sports and Recreation Injury Prevention - Initiative to Tackle Head Injury Risks to Children and Youth in Sports

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2011/03/harper-government-invests-sports-recreation-injury-prevention-initiative-tackle-head-injury-risks-children-youth-sports.html

Mar 16, 2011 ...Harper Government Invests in Sports and Recreation Injury Prevention - Initiative to Tackle Head Injury Risks to Children and Youth in Sports News Release Fact Sheet: Investing in child and youth injury prevention in sports and recreation (MONTREAL) – The Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of State (Sport), and Senator Larry Smith today announced funding

Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada, Vol 39, No 11, November 2019

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Nov 13, 2019 ..., 27 pages) Current Issue Past Issues Submit a manuscript Subscribe About the Journal Contact the Editors Vol 39 · No 11 · November 2019 Previous Table of Content Next page Table of Contents Original quantitative research – Determining the accuracy of the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program for the representation of the rates of mild

CIHR Team in Traffic and Road Injury Prevention (TRIP) Program for Canadian Children - CIHR

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Mar 17, 2016 ...CIHR Team in Traffic and Road Injury Prevention (TRIP) Program for Canadian Children Principal Investigators: Dr. Anne W. Snowdon and Dr. Andrew W. Howard University of Windsor For the vast majority of parents, their child’s safety in a vehicle is paramount—especially during that first ride home from the hospital. But for preterm or low birthweight babies

Appendix 2: Evaluation of the Active and Safe Injury Prevention Initiative 2011–2012 to 2012–2013 – Logic model

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/corporate/mandate/about-agency/office-evaluation/evaluation-reports/evaluation-active-safe-injury-prevention-initiative-2011-2012-2012-2013/appendix-2.html

May 6, 2014 ...Appendix 2: Evaluation of the Active and Safe Injury Prevention Initiative 2011–2012 to 2012–2013 – Logic model Previous page Table of Contents Next page Appendix 2 - Logic Model Active & Safe Initiative – Logic Model PHAC Strategic Outcome - Canada is able to promote health, reduce health inequalities and prevent mitigate disease and injury. Active & Safe

CIHR Team in Traffic and Road Injury Prevention (TRIP) Program for Canadian Children - CIHR

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/49704.html

Mar 17, 2016 ...CIHR Team in Traffic and Road Injury Prevention (TRIP) Program for Canadian Children Principal Investigators: Dr. Anne W. Snowdon and Dr. Andrew W. Howard University of Windsor For the vast majority of parents, their child’s safety in a vehicle is paramount—especially during that first ride home from the hospital. But for preterm or low birthweight babies

Appendix 3: Evaluation of the Active and Safe Injury Prevention Initiative 2011–2012 to 2012–2013 – Evaluation description

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/corporate/mandate/about-agency/office-evaluation/evaluation-reports/evaluation-active-safe-injury-prevention-initiative-2011-2012-2012-2013/appendix-3.html

May 6, 2014 ...Appendix 3: Evaluation of the Active and Safe Injury Prevention Initiative 2011–2012 to 2012–2013 – Evaluation description Previous page Table of Contents Next page Appendix 3 - Evaluation Description Evaluation Scope The scope of the evaluation included activities conducted by recipient NGOs, through Active and Safe funding. Other work undertaken by NGOs

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