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Child safety and unintentional injuries in Northern Ontario

a report from the Northern Ontario Perinatal and Child Health Survey Consortium

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Published by Administrator in Sudbury & District Health Unit

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      • A perinatal and child health survey strategies initiative.December 2003.Bibliogr.1

        StatementSudbury & District Health Unit
        PublishersSudbury & District Health Unit
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        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 75 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Yukon There are no delegated First Nations agencies in the Territory. Prior to the application of standards January 1998-December 1999 Prior to the application of the CSA standards a total of 5,378 injuries were reported by 364 schools. Consistent with this clarification, the Letter of Intent Solicitation and Guide for Applicants has been modified to indicate that additional points will be given to organizations that engage the private sector as project co-funders.

Research Spotlight: Older Women in RRN Communities Face Unique Challenges When Seeking Support for GBV The research of Weeks and her colleagues illuminates some of the underlying reasons why support services are often under-utilized by older and mid-life women in RRN communities—this, despite the fact that rural women of all ages experience higher rates of IPV than their urban counterparts.

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Issue 35: Gender

This increased risk of future opioid misuse must be considered when weighing the risks and benefits of prescribing these medications to children. provide to the Director such additional information as is known or available to the person. The organization has the capacity to build partnerships and make linkages. Even in the postoperative setting, scheduled acetaminophen and NSAIDs may provide enough analgesia for children to tolerate pain.

British Columbia There are 24 Delegated Aboriginal Agencies DAAs in British Columbia providing child welfare services under the Child, Family, and Community Service Act. The reason I was puzzled was because I had personal knowledge of deaths on playgrounds in Canada. It replaced the Child and Family Services Act in 2018. This Issue has sought to highlight the ways that the socio-cultural and economic context of RRN communities impacts the ways that GBV is manifested and experienced.

Tier 1, a directed solicitation for projects on brain injuries and concussions in high impact, high participation sports; and drowning prevention with an emphasis on open water, is underway. Living in a situation where there is violence or a risk of violence•