Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) Injury Prevention Committee


Trauma systems play an important role in not only responding to injury, but in mitigating the burden of injury through injury prevention initiatives and partnerships. The Trauma Association of Canada Injury Prevention (TAC IP) Committee brings together trauma centre professionals working in the area of injury prevention. The committee is made up of injury prevention specialists, trauma program managers, trauma program coordinators, injury prevention program leads, physicians, and researchers at academic centres.

Reporting to the TAC Board of Directors, the TAC IP committee facilitates the sharing of information, expertise, tools and resources for injury prevention specialists and trauma practitioners working in injury prevention.

Those interested in joining the TAC IP Committee are encouraged to reach out to TAC IP co-chairs Joanne Sadler or Jennifer Britton


Partner Organizations & Networks

Parachute Canada

Canadian Collaborating Centres for Injury Prevention.
Established in 1999, this community of practice represents injury prevention centres across Canada. Memberships represents all provincial injury prevention centres and leading national organizations.

TAC Injury Prevention Resource Sharing Matrix

The TAC IP Resource Sharing Matrix is intended for anyone looking for injury-specific resources to share with public audiences. Resources are organized by topic area (tabs) and province/territory of origin. Please contact external organizations regarding content and copyright questions. Thank you to Alyssa Wellar for developing this resource through a student placement with the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit.

If you would like to add a resource to this Matrix, please email TAC IP co-chairs Joanne Sadler
( or Jennifer Britton (

Disclaimer: This resource is owned and maintained by the Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) Injury Prevention Committee. Although TAC attempts to keep the information within the resource as accurate and up to date as possible, TAC bears no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, timeliness, or correct sequencing of information located on external sites or subsequent links. Please contact the external sites for answers to questions regarding its content or copyright.