Concussion in Children Under the Age of 6
Fact Sheet, 2019
Although the majority of concussions are minor, they can have serious outcomes for children under the age of six. This fact sheet defines what a concussion is, how concussions happen, and the signs and symptoms of a concussion. Information on treatment, potential long-term outcomes, and prevention is also provided. Aimed at health professionals and service providers who work with families.
Fact Sheet, 2010
Injuries are the leading cause of death for Saskatchewan children. This fact sheet defines the differences between injuries and “accidents,” outlines the causes of injuries, and identifies the different types of strategies that can be used to prevent injuries.SKU: 4-003
Child Death Review in Canada: A National Scan
This report provides information about current child death review processes that exist in each of the provinces and territories in Canada, based on interviews with key informants in each region. Particular attention is paid to those provinces with a coordinated, multi-disciplinary, provincial child death review process. Recommendations and advice for others initiating a child death review process are also included.SKU: 2-460