The Economic Burden of Injury


The economic burden of injury is defined as the costs that a specific health condition resulting from intentional or unintentional injuries, causes to society including healthcare services provided, and loss of productivity (i.e., if an individual developed an acute or permanent disability from injury).

ACIP's Cost of Injury Infographics

ACIP's cost of injury infographics were created in 2022 from the
Atlantic Cost of Injury Report. The infographics include the Leading Causes of Injury throughout all of Atlantic Canada which are categorized into age (children 0-14 years old, youth 15-24 years old, adults 25-64 years old and adults 65 years old and over). The infographics were also separated into provinces, with the leading causes of injury highlighted and the cost of injury highlighted through each Atlantic province. 



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