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Know Injury E-News | January 2021 | Injury Prevention Summit 2021: Success in the West Special

By Injury Matters • January 14th, 2021

In this edition of the Know Injury eNews (January 2021): KNOW | Injury Prevention Summit 2021: Success in the West LEARN | Injury Prevention Summit 2021  | Regional and Remote Communities with Jo Drayton: Breakout Session Overview LEARN | Injury Prevention Summit 2021 | CaLD Communities with Deborah Pyatt: Breakout Session Overview CONNECT | Injurymore…

Know Injury E-News | December 2020

By Injury Matters • December 10th, 2020
Know Injury E-News | December 2020

In this edition of the Know Injury eNews (December 2020): KNOW | Road Safety Strategy for Western Australia 2020-2030 KNOW | Prevent Snake Bites this Summer LEARN | Injury Prevention Network LEARN | Injury Prevention Summit 2021 CONNECT | 2021 Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards CONNECT | Watch: Jessica McKenna Interview SECTOR NEWS Themore…

Royal Perth Hospital Injury-Related Admissions Reports

By Injury Matters • October 14th, 2020

Royal Perth Hospital have released five new reports, providing insight into the prevalence of preventable injury-related hospitalisations in Western Australia. The recently released reports cover injuries relating to; Workplaces, Road trauma, Horses, Dog bites, and Alcohol and Other Drugs. The reports highlight the number of injury-related admissions to Royal Perth Hospital in the ten-year periodmore…

Know Injury E-News | October 2020

By Know Injury • September 19th, 2020

In this edition of the Know Injury eNews (October 2020): KNOW | Royal Perth Hospital Injury Reports KNOW | Snakebite Toolkit KNOW | Know Injury Campaigns LEARN | Climate Change and Injury Prevention Webinar LEARN | Family and Domestic Violence Webinar LEARN | Lunch and Learn: Injury Prevention 101 CONNECT | Injury Prevention and Safetymore…

Children and Injury in WA

By Injury Matters • August 6th, 2020

Unfortunately, more Western Australian children died due to an injury than cancer, asthma and infectious diseases combined between 2011 and 2015. Injuries are a leading cause of hospitalisation amongst children, with 40,015 children hospitalised due to an injury in WA between 2011 and 2015. Falls, mechanical forces and transport incidents contributed to the highest proportionmore…

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