Strong leadership within injury prevention circles and relationships with leaders from other sectors builds bridges where there are common interests and populations. We create linkages across sectors to build the capacity for action at intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, community and public policy levels of influence. Join a network or working group today.
Receive weekly electronic updates highlighting local and international news and resources that address a variety of injury issues. Network members are encouraged to contribute. Also, learn about opportunities to participate in provincial campaigns as well as Alberta Injury Prevention Network Meetings for educational and/or provincial injury prevention planning activities. Contact Patti Stark (780.492.2330) for more information.
Risky play denotes a situation whereby a child has the opportunity to recognize and evaluate a challenge and decide on a course of action. In some cases, risky play can include the possibility of minor or serious physical injury.
The Alberta Risky Play Network receives periodic updates about risky play in Alberta, along with new resources and updates on related IPC activities. Network members are invited to participate in working groups that focus on developing and implementing risky play projects.
Receive periodic updates about provincial media campaigns and news. Participate in future planning opportunities to update key messages related to off-highway vehicles. Contact Cathy Gladwin (780.492.9218) for more information.
Receive quarterly bulletins that feature provincial falls prevention programs, new resources, data reports, educational opportunities and summaries of the latest, published research and invitations to quarterly teleconferences that feature experts addressing topics like medication, vision, fear of falling and mobile falls clinics. To become a member of this network, register at the Finding Balance website: