Alberta Centre for Injury Control & Research
Alberta Injury Control Alliance background, overview and membership form.
This backgrounder provides information on the development of the Alberta Injury Control Strategy and an overview of the Alberta Injury Control Alliance that was established as a result of the Strategy. It invites injury control stakeholders to formally support and endorse the Strategy by becoming a member of the Alliance and joining this coordinated provincial effort to make Alberta the safest place to live. A membership form and brief overview of the Strategy are provided.
For more information or a membership application form, visit www.albertainjurycontrol.com or contact Jennifer Drozdowski by phone (403) 382-7199 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AICA Media Release - December 1, 2005
Community Injury Control Fund (CICF) Cycle 6
The Cycle 6 CICF Guide for Applicants and Application Forms are now available on the ACICR web site.
Injury Control Alberta
- December 2005
- ACICR Director honoured
- Keeping the Christmas season merry
- CPR a great Christmas gift
- Health Service Use in Alberta - First Nations, 2000
- November 2005
- Alberta Injury Control Alliance (AICA) Launch Dec 1st
- How to prevent falls in the home
- Avoiding needle stick injuries: A safe needle disposal
- ACICR “TAKE ACTION” Sheets
- Fall related injuries - hospital admissions 2003
- October 2005
- Drinking and driving as a socio-cultural issue:
some findings from recent research
- Fire prevention week
- Research Assistant Opportunity
- Alberta overexertion injuries - emergency department
- September 2005
- What makes working together work?
- Understanding deliberate selfharm
- Province-wide senior high school injury prevention
- Data and information services requests, 2004/05
- August 2005
- Evaluating community-based projects
- Symposium participants learn about making
behaviour change fun, easy and popular
- Alberta injury control teleconferences 2005-2006
- Alberta youth/young adults, motor vehicle collisions
and alcohol - major trauma
Injury Control Alberta is a free monthly newsletter published by the Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research (ACICR). Filled with interesting information on the ACICR, injury control in general and the activities and programs of our partners, Injury Control Alberta will keep you up to date on what's current on the Alberta injury control scene.
ACICR News Release: Canadian Injury Prevention and Control Curriculum
The Canadian Injury Prevention and Control Curriculum (CIPCC) is a unique resource of over 300-pages of curriculum focused on injury prevention and control theory and practice. The CIPCC is exclusive in that it is the first curriculum of its kind focused on injury prevention and control theory, targeted to community-based practitioners. It is also a resource that is built on Canadian content and uses real Canadian examples to illustrate concepts.
For more information visit the CIPCC website.