About the Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum

The Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum (CIPC) is the only curriculum designed to provide practitioners with an understanding of the theory and practice of injury prevention, including the tools needed to develop and implement effective programs. This unique resource is based on Canadian content and features an interactive curriculum. 

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The CIPC is a two-day workshop that includes the following topics:

  • The epidemiology of injury
  • The principles of injury prevention
  • The basic injury data systems in Canada
  • Applied research and planning methodology
  • Program development, implementation and evaluation

Intended Audience

The CIPC is meant for adult learners who conduct research activities or develop, implement or evaluate programs aimed at reducing the frequency and severity of both intentional and unintentional injury.

Contact Information

The CIPC workshop is presented on an in-demand basis and in various locations across the province of Ontario. 

For more information about the CIPC in Ontario, contact:

Claude Meurehg

Not in Ontario? Find your provincial contact

Canadian Injury Prevention Resource (CIPR)







The CIPR is a compendium to the Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum. A comprehensive, timely, and evidence-based overview of injury prevention in Canada, the CIPR has over 500 pages of content from over 60 contributing authors reflecting the Canadian experience around injury prevention. The evidence-informed content is intended to promote effective initiatives throughout the injury prevention field and builds upon Canadian context using Canadian materials, examples, statistics and case studies.

Download the resource from Parachute: www.parachutecanada.org/cipr

Canadian Collaborating Centres on Injury Prevention (CCCIP)

The CIPC was developed and is licensed by the Canadian Collaborating Centres on Injury Prevention, a collective of provincial centres across Canada. Learn more about the CCCIP.

Updated March 21, 2016