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Youth Injury Prevention Tool Kit

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IPC Youth Injury Prevention Toolkit





Finding effective, best practice resources for youth injury prevention can be a time consuming process for injury prevention practitioners and communities alike.  We are addressing this need through a one-stop clearinghouse summarizing prevention resources for youth. The IPC Youth Injury Prevention Resource Toolkit provides a brief overview of resources, including information on the target audience, delivery method, duration, outcomes, whether resource has been evaluated and the link to the resource.


The toolkit has been collaboratively developed and managed by the Youth Injury Prevention Toolkit Working Group with participants from the Injury Prevention Centre, Alberta Health Services (Provincial Injury Prevention Program and Zone Health Promotion) and Students for Cellphone-Free Driving. 


The toolkit contains 26 programs and resources on the following topics:


•            Traffic safety (including impaired driving, distracted driving, and ATV safety)

•            Suicide prevention

•            Alcohol safety

•            General injury prevention

•            Sports injury prevention (concussion prevention/management)

•            Workplace safety

•            Healthy relationships (reducing violence and risk taking behaviour)

•            Community policy readiness




You can access the toolkit at http://injurypreventioncentre.ca/toolkits/youth.


The toolkit is by no means complete.  If you are aware of additional resources that should be included, please consider completing and submitting a resource description form (http://injurypreventioncentre.ca/toolkits/submit_toolkit).   


If you have questions, or need more information about the toolkit, contact ipc@ualberta.ca or 780-492-6019.


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