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What are the success factors for injury prevention and safety promotion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities?

By Injury Matters • February 16th, 2021

Are you interested in learning how to increase your engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Western Australia? Join Associate Professor Roz Walker and Professor Pat Dudgeon from the Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention, and the Transforming Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (MRFF), School of Indigenousmore…

Connect with Michelle Lambert

By Injury Matters • February 3rd, 2021

Michelle Lambert has recently joined the Injury Matters team as the Local Government and Health Services Coordinator.   Michelle has extensive experience in the Health Promotion field, focusing on improving health outcomes, particularly for young people. She has recently completed a PhD at The University of Notre Dame (exploring nutrition knowledge, food intake, influences on food choice, bodymore…

Through the looking glass: Success factors for injury prevention and safety promotion in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities

By Injury Matters • January 6th, 2021

Engaging with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities requires an understanding of the impact of culture in planning and implementing programs and services that target injury prevention and safety promotion.  Join Deborah Pyatt, Facilitator, Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre, at the Injury Prevention Summit 2021 as she delivers a breakout session on ‘Through the Looking Glass’: Successmore…

Are you interested in learning how to increase your engagement with regional and remote communities in Western Australia?

By Injury Matters • January 6th, 2021

Are you interested in learning how to increase your engagement with regional and remote communities in Western Australia? Join Jo Drayton, Suicide Prevention Coordinator at Holyoake Wheatbelt at the Injury Prevention Summit 2021 as she delivers a breakout session on Success Factors for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion in Regional and Remote Communities.

Happy Holidays for 2020 from Know Injury

By Injury Matters • December 12th, 2020

To our team, volunteers, students, board members, ambassadors, and organisation partners, we thank you for your support in 2020. Injury Matters remains committed to our work to prevent and reduce the impact of injury, while supporting those affected within the Western Australian community for many years to come. We hope you can join us in this commitment into 2021!

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