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Previous Know Injury training events

Know Injury provide a range of training events throughout the year, some of which are online.

To enable practitioners who were unable to attend these training events access the information at a later date, this page includes recordings of some Know Injury training events.

Local Governments and Family and Domestic Violence Prevention: What is your role? February 2019

Delivered by Kirstie Davis (WALGA) and Kate Alford (City of Mandurah)

How to prevent medication poisonings in older adults, November 2018

Delivered by Dr Ann-Maree Lynch (Poisons Information Centre),  Mark Coles, and Negar Almassi (777 Pharmacy)

Preventing alcohol related harm and injuries among young people, November 2018

Delivered by Dr Simone Pettigrew (Curtin University),  Julia Stafford (PHAIWA Alcohol Programs Team) and Kellie Wilson (City of Mandurah)

Preventing self-harm in young people, November 2018

Delivered by Dr Kevin Runions (Department of Health), Jason Ellis (North Metropolitan Public Health Unit) and Chris Harris (Youth Focus)

Reducing social isolation and promoting wellbeing in older adults, October 2018

Delivered by Dr Julie Dare (Edith Cowan University), Jacqui Tibbits (Consultivation) and Rob Donovan (Mentally Healthy WA)

Preventing Youth Violence in Your Local Government Area, July 2018

Delivered by Alyson Elari (Injury Matters) and Professor Sheryl Hemphill (University of Melbourne)

Benefits of engaging seniors in your recreation programs for falls prevention, June 2018

Delivered by Alyson Elari and Sonya Clark from Injury Matters

An overview of program evaluation in WA with a focus within Aboriginal Communities, May 2018

Delivered by Michael Rosenberg (University of WA) and Jessica Carter (North Metropolitan Health Service).