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Injury Evidence Bank

Providing a summary of injury prevention evidence together in one location, the Evidence Bank aims to increase the awareness of reliable, accurate and authoritative research pieces.

If you would like a piece of evidence added to the Bank, please click here.

When searching the evidence bank the following search filters are available:

Primary target audience: The segmented group which the intervention or focus of the evidence is aiming to have the greatest influence on.

Stage of injury prevention: The three different stages in which interventions can take place; primary (aims to prevent an injury from occurring in the first place), secondary (early detection and prompt intervention) and tertiary (lessening the impact of an injury which has occurred and preventing a recurrence).

Setting: The place or environment in which the intervention was conducted or targeting.

In the future the Know Injury Evidence Bank will expand to include;

  • Drowning
  • Poisoning
  • Intentional self-harm
  • Violence
Note: Developed in collaboration with the WA Road Safety Education Committee. Following the success of the Road Trauma Evidence Bank, the resource has been expanded to additional injury topics.

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Year Injury Topic Stage of Injury Prevention Primary Target Audience Setting Reference

2009

Burns and Scalds

Secondary, Tertiary

Whole Community

Department of Health, Western Australia. Burn Injury Model of Care. (2009). Available from; https://tkmu.tbzmed.ac.ir/uploads/127/CMS/user/file/815/Burn_Injury_Model_of_Care.pdf

2011

Burns and Scalds

Secondary

Whole Community

Duke, J. et al. A 26-Year Population-Based Study of Burn Injury Hospital Admissions in Western Australia: Journal of Burn Care & Research 32, 379–386 (2011). Available from; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21448072/

2012

Burns and Scalds

Whole Community

Home Safety

Kendrick, D. et al. Home safety education and provision of safety equipment for injury prevention. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2012). Available from; https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD005014.pub3/full

2016

Burns and Scalds

Secondary, Tertiary

Pointer, S. & Tovell, A. Hospitalised burn injuries Australia 2013 - 2014. Injury research and statistics series no. 102. 2016. Available from; https://www.aihw.gov.au/getmedia/aa910281-ad80-4963-808e-c41bc7191039/20432.pdf

2017

Burns and Scalds

Aboriginal Communities

Fraser, S. et al. Burn injury models of care: A review of quality and cultural safety for care of Indigenous children. Burns (2017). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/321329149_Burn_injury_models_of_care_A_review_of_quality_and_cultural_safety_for_care_of_Indigenous_children

2017

Burns and Scalds

Secondary

Aboriginal Communities

Miller, H. et al. Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian children hospitalised for burn injuries: a population data linkage study. The Medical Journal of Australia 206, 392–397 (2017). Available from; https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2017/206/9/indigenous-and-non-indigenous-australian-children-hospitalised-burn-injuries

2019

Burns and Scalds

Whole Community

McInnes, J. A. et al. Epidemiology of burn-related fatalities in Australia and New Zealand, 2009–2015. Burns 45, 1553–1561 (2019). Available from; https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0305417919303274

2020

Burns and Scalds

Secondary

Early Years (0 - 8 years), Middle Years (9 - 14 years)

Home Safety, School Safety

Posa, I., McKenna, J. & Sharin, D. Kidsafe WA Childhood Injury Bulletin: Burns and Scalds. Available from; https://www.kidsafewa.com.au/professionals/wa-childhood-injury-bulletins-reports/ (2020).

2020

Burns and Scalds

Primary, Secondary

Whole Community

Tracy, L. M. et al. Epidemiology of burn injury in older adults: An Australian and New Zealand perspective. Scars, Burns & Healing 6, 2059513120952336 (2020). Available from; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7534068/