The Emergency Department Violence Intervention Program (EDVIP) is a program developed to help youth try to break the cycle of violence. It is being evaluated using an adapted-design randomized control trial which is funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research and the Manitoba Institute of Child Health.
Carolyn Snider, Principal Investigator & Medical Director Dr. Snider is an emergency physician at the Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre, a Scientist at the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba and Continue Reading →
CTV Small Wonders CTV Small Wonders visited the office on Wednesday, September 24th and got a peek into the work the EDVIP program has been working for the past 10 Continue Reading →
Dr. Snider is always interested in hearing from students who are interested in completing research in youth violence. She available as a graduate supervisor.
WAVE September / October 2013 Wave is Winnipeg’s health and wellness magazine. It is published six times a year by the Winnipeg Health Region in cooperation with the Winnipeg Free Continue Reading →
For more information about the EDVIP program, please contact: Dr. Carolyn Snider Manitoba Institute of Child Health Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Manitoba 656A – 715 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg, Continue Reading →