Injury Prevention Courses

The following is a list of Injury Prevention-related courses which allow readers to apply an intersectional lens to the field of Injury Prevention. These courses can range from topics including health equity, the basics of injury prevention, trauma informed practice, safe and affirming spaces, and others. This knowledge is intergal practicing professional. 

This list will be updated regularly. 

1. The Canadian Injury Prevention Curriculum (CIPC) 
is a two-level course which is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the theory and practices of injury prevention. The first level of the course involves skills-based learning which is a two-day course allowing indiviudals to understand the foundations of injury prevention. The second level of the course comprises of knowledge-based learning consiting of modules which are self-directed. The CIPC is designed for adult learners who implement, evaluate, or develop programs which aim to reduce intentional and unintentional injuries. 


2. Injury Prevention for Children and Teens
is a free online course offered from Michigan State University. The course offeres a foundational understanding to the field of pediatric injury prevention through a series of updated lectures, interviews, readings, and quizzes. The interviews and lectures are completed by national experts in the field of Injury Prevention, drawing attention to this field as a major public health issue and priority. 


3. Gender-Based Analysis Plus is a free course offered through the Government of Canada wesbite. The course allows indiviudals to learn about how to view local initiatives, policies, and  programs through an social determinant of health lens by thinking critically about who is affected by the initative, how the initaitve could be more inclusive, and how the initiative could be further developed to meet the needs of diverse populations. 
4. Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day course that participants can reigster in to learn about suicide first-aid. The course teaches participants about recognizing what to do when they observe someone displaying suicidal thoughts. Participants will be able to help the individuals create a plan to support them in finding immediate safety. Participants do not need to have a healthcare background or have any previous knowledge in the field of mental health and suicide.

Disclaimer: ACIP is not the creator of these courses, rather ACIP is providing these resources to help bring awareness to these topics through education. 


1. Safety Services New Brunswick has created a Health and Safety Podcast. 
This Podcast is found HERE or on Apple Music, or Spotify. 

Our Board Chair, Dr. Richard Louis led an episode in Novemeber 2023, titled "The leading causes of Injury in New Brunswick" which can be found HERE

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