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Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia

By Know Injury • June 20th, 2019

In addition to providing a range of statistics regarding the overall incidence of family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia, AIHW’s recent report ‘Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia: continuing the national story 2019’ focuses on the impact of violence within a number of vulnerable population groups.

Know Injury program highlights 2017/18

By Know Injury • August 13th, 2018

Injury Matters would like to thank all those that participated in the Know Injury program in 2017-2018! The Know Injury program was established in 2014 by Injury Matters, with funding from the WA Department of Health, to increase the engagement, capacity and delivery of injury prevention and community safety activities within the Western Australian (WA)more…

WA Statewide Suicide Prevention Network

By Know Injury • January 18th, 2018

The WA Statewide Suicide Prevention Network has been established to provide a more connected suicide prevention community for Western Australia; the network supports a systemic approach by promoting connection between individuals, agencies and organisations involved in suicide prevention. People are encouraged to connect, build relationships, receive peer support and improve referral pathways. The webpage canmore…

Royal Perth Hospital falls admissions

By Know Injury • October 26th, 2017

As the designated provider of major trauma services for adults in Western Australia, Royal Perth Hospital treat approximately 80 per cent of Western Australia’s major trauma cases. To assist in patient care, resource planning, evaluation and research, the Royal Perth Hospital Trauma Registry (RPH-TR) collates and reports on injury data. The RPH-TR recently released themore…

Know Injury Fact Sheets

By Know Injury • September 27th, 2017

Know Injury is proud to release a range of new injury fact sheets with current evidence and data for: falls, road transport, drowning, violence, suicide and self-harm, burns and scalds, and poisoning. Significant findings amongst the new and updated information include: The leading injury related deaths from 2009-2013 included suicide and self-harm (1,542 fatalities), fallsmore…

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