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Know Injury Events and Training

 

This calendar provides a list of upcoming Know Injury events and training.

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Location

Description

Registration

Program Evaluation: How to demonstrate the impact of your program  Thursday 22 February  

8:30am-1:00pm

 

Geraldton Multi-purpose Centre, 254 Marine Tce, Geraldton Effective evaluation will help you show how effective your program is and inform the future delivery of your program.  It can also help show the value of your program to funders and other partners, and help you build up evidence to attract future funding. This workshop will provide you with the knowledge and skills to design and select appropriate evaluation methods and also have the confidence to develop an evaluation plan and tools for your projects.  Register here
Aboriginal Injuries: Incidence and costs of injury in WA Thursday 22 March 9:00am-10:00am Grace Vaughan House, 227 Stubbs St, Shenton Park This briefing will provide an expert analysis of the impact of Aboriginal Injuries in WA, including health sector costs, long-term care costs, loss of paid productivity and loss of quality of life. Keynote presentations will be delivered from the perspectives of research, policy and practice, with a focus on how the data can be understood and applied to inform policy and program development, and strategies available to work with Aboriginal peoples and communities. The briefing will also be available via video conference. Register here
Advocacy: Writing to influence Tuesday 27 March 9:00am- 4:30pm Bendat Community Centre, 36 Dodd st, Wembley This workshop will be delivered by Dr Melissa Stoneham and Melinda Edmunds from the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA and will provide participants with the confidence and tools they need to write persuasively including establishing authority as an expert, knowing your audience, explore essential content to include and how to structure arguments.  The workshop will explore different types of written advocacy including media releases, letter to ministers, letter to the editor and blog posts/enews.

The workshop will further explore how ‘persuasive writing’ can be applied to writing reports, grant and funding applications and formulating policy.

Register here
Violence Injuries: Incidence and costs on injury in WA Wednesday 2 May 9:00am-10:30m Grace Vaughan House, 227 Stubbs St, Shenton Park This briefing will provide an expert analysis of the impact of violence injuries in WA, including health sector costs, long-term care costs, loss of paid productivity and loss of quality of life. Keynote presentations will be delivered from the perspectives of research, policy and practice, with a focus on how the data can be understood and applied to inform policy and program development, and strategies available to prevent violence injuries. The briefing will also be available via video conference. Register here