PRÉVENTION DES BLESSURES

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Blessures bienrenseignerBien renseigner nos enfants pour qu'ils soient plus en sécurité

OPHEA | 2012

Bien renseigner nos enfants pour qu’ils soient plus en sécurité - Des conseils pour l’enseignement dans les classes et dans les communautés de la sécurité des piétons, et de la sécurité en autobus scolaire et en VTT est un guide sur papier et une ressource numérique axée sur la sécurité en VTT, la sécurité des piétons, et la sécurité en autobus scolaire. Cette initiative a comme but la sensibilisation sur l’importance de la sécurité routière/hors route. Elle vise aussi à relier les éducateurs/éducatrices, professionnels de santé publique, parents et fournisseurs de services communautaires aux initiatives et aux mesures de soutien existantes afin de réduire les incidences de situations et de comportements à risque élevé.

Blessures seniorsHealth Care in Canada, 2011: A Focus on Seniors and Aging

Canadian Institute for Health Information | 2011 | Uniquement disponible en anglais

This report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information on seniors and aging offers updated stats on seniors and falls, health care useage, and suggests fall prevention is an important strategy to keep seniors healthy.

Blessures alcohol relatedAlcohol Related Injury Evidence-Based Practice Synthesis Document

Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre | 2008 | PDF 594.23KB | Uniquement disponible en Anglais

The purpose of this document is to inform Ontario public health professionals and their community partners of evidence-informed practice in Alcohol Related Injury in preparation for the implementation of the Prevention of Injury and Substance Misuse standard of the Ontario Public Health Standards and Protocols. The document addresses the role of alcohol policy and social environment factors, including local and provincial policies that increase the likelihood for an individual to engage in alcohol use including: increased affordability, increased availability and accessibility to alcohol - increased hours of sale, number of outlets and location; real and perceived social norms that are contrary to low risk drinking guidelines; increased prevalence of advertising and sophisticated marketing strategies aimed at vulnerable populations (e.g., youth) and normalization of drinking to the point where choosing to abstain, either for an event or a longer term, is considered abnormal and in need of justification.

Blessures toolkitToolkit of Evaluation Methods and Measures

Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre | Uniquement disponible en Anglais

The evaluation toolkit is designed specifically for use by injury prevention staff who require easy to access, useful resources to plan and implement evaluations of injury prevention programs, projects and other activities.

 

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Bless OIPRCOntario Injury Prevention Resource Centre 

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Blessures community guideMotor Vehicle-Related Injury Prevention

The Community Guide Systematic Reviews | Uniquement disponible en Anglais

 

The Community Guide includes systematic reviews of interventions in the area of child safety seats, seat belts and strategies to reduce impaired driving.

Review of specific interventions:

o Use of child safety seats

o Use of safety belts

o Reducing alcohol-impaired driving

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  • Best Practices Catalogue Ontario Injury Prevention Resource CentreUniquement disponible en Anglais
  • Motor Vehicle-Related Injury Prevention The Community Guide Systematic Reviews
    The Community Guide includes systematic reviews of interventions in the area of child safety seats, seat belts and strategies to reduce impaired driving.
    Uniquement disponible en Anglais

Review of specific interventions:

Reducing alcohol-impaired driving

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ReseauCS Quand ça ne va pas, évitez de consoler vos enfants avec de la nourriture https://t.co/VzCFAYYP0s
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ReseauCS Obésité: les enfants devraient toujours aller au lit à la même heure https://t.co/GUxpB7MbDc
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