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Welcome to the Atlantic Collaborative on Injury Prevention 

The Atlantic Collaborative on Injury Prevention (ACIP) is a partnership of injury prevention practitioners from both government and non-government organizations. The goal of ACIP is to reduce the burden of injury in Atlantic Canada.

Stay in touch with injury prevention events and announcements from Atlantic Canada and beyond, by joining our mailing list on the left.

La collaboration de l'Atlantique sur la prévention des traumatismes (CAPB) est un partenariat d'intervenants en prévention des blessures des deux organismes gouvernementaux et non gouvernementaux. Le but de la CAPB est de réduire la charge des traumatismes au Canada atlantique.

Restez en contact avec des événements de prévention des blessures et des annonces du Canada atlantique et ailleurs, en se joignant à notre liste d'envoi sur la gauche.

SAVE THE DATE! ACIP Conference 2018

ACIP is excited to host it’s 2018 Conference on June 13, 2018 also at the Sheraton Hotel in the beautiful city of St. John’s Newfoundland. The 2018 ACIP Conference will be in collaboration with the 4th Canadian Fall Prevention Conference (June 11-12, 2018). Visit the conference website at:

2018 marks ACIP’s 10-year celebration as the leading voice for injury prevention across the Atlantic region. Our program will feature a range of highlights, including injury prevention research, initiatives, and promising practices of various injury prevention topics across the life span. 

To stay up to date on the latest conference news, sign up for the ACIP listserv.

Did you know?

Injuries are the leading cause of death
for Atlantic Canadians aged 1-44 years.

Le saviez-vous?

Les blessures constituent la principale cause de décès des Canadiens de l’Atlantique âgés de 1 an à 44 ans?