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14th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference

November 25 - November 27

The 14th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference is coming to Brisbane this 25 – 27 November 2019. With a theme of Pushing the Boundaries, this conference will challenge the traditional injury prevention paradigms to examine future disruptions and opportunities for injury prevention. This will be explored through innovative technologies and changing digital societies, and new multisectoral strategies for partnerships across government portfolios, clinicians, practitioners, industry, researchers and community.

Themes will be varied and cover traditional injury prevention and health promotion topics such as child and family safety, road and transport safety, falls and ageing, water safety (including drowning), burns prevention, rural and remote injury prevention, sports injury prevention and treatment, workplace safety and injury amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Additional themes will include topics such as digital disruption in injury prevention, eHealth and future trends.

Abstracts open on 18 February for both oral and poster presentations, with submissions closing 15 April 2019.

Details

Start:
November 25
End:
November 27
Website:
http://www.injuryprevention2019.com

Organiser

The Australian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN)
Email:
secretariat@aipn.com.au
Website:
https://aipn.com.au/

Venue

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Merivale St & Glenelg Street
South Brisbane, Queensland 4101 Australia
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