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Much of my recent research has involved the finding, casing, and evaluating exemplary programs in the prevention of traumatic injury. Currently, I am investigating how early intervention can play a role in a full local health integration network effort to prevent falls in later in life. Previous studies have included an evaluation of a province wide investigations of a multiple hospital and community program to prevent inflicted infant head trauma, the development of a public health initiative to prevent children’s injuries, and the design of safe non risk adverse playground for special needs children.
Volpe, R. (In process). The handbook of traumatic injury prevention. Charlotte, NC, IAP Press.
See this site to download an overview in Issue 18 of Neuromatters: http://onf.org/documents/neuromatters-newsletter/previous-issues
Volpe, R. Smeh, D., Thompson. K. and Davidson, C. (2014) Addiction Recovery Management. Vaughn, Ont.: Vitanova Foundation.
Volpe, R. (2013) Casebook of exemplary evidenced informed programs that foster community participation after brain injury. Charlotte, N.C., Information Age Publishing.
Volpe, R. (2010) (2011 Reprint Edition) The secure child: Timeless lessons for parenting and childhood education, Charlotte, N.C., Information Age Publishing.
Lewko, J., & Volpe, R. (2009). Learning to Work Safely: A Guide for Managers and Educators. Charlotte, N.C., Information Age Publishing.
Evans, P., Hurrell, P., Volpe, R., Stewart, M. (2007). Children and Families at Risk Series Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France.
Volpe, R. , Talwar, S., & Hunter, A. (2006). Juvenile Prostitution in Toronto. Toronto: SEEACT
Volpe, R., Lewko, J.H., & Batra, A. (2002). A compendium of effective, evidence-based best practices in prevention of neurotrauma. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.