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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…

2021 Injury Matters Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards

By Injury Matters • October 5th, 2020

The 2021 Injury Matters Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards recognise individuals and organisations who are having a positive impact on the community by conducting activities that aim to prevent and reduce the impact of injury within Western Australia. Applications for the Awards are open until the 11th of December 2020 and are encouraged frommore…

Injury Prevention Network

By Injury Matters • September 9th, 2020

The Injury Matters Injury Prevention Network (IPN) is a group of WA injury prevention professionals who meet four times a year on a Friday morning to share knowledge and information about upcoming projects. Members work across a variety of injury topics and come from a range of organisation types. Our last meeting was held onmore…

Hospitalised Sports Injuries in Australia

By Injury Matters • May 20th, 2020

Sport is a setting which can attract lots of injuries, however it is often overlooked as a public health issue or a priority setting for injury prevention. Sports injuries frequently lead to hospital admittance, as captured in the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s (AIHW) recent report, Hospitalised Sports Injury in Australia, 2016-17.     Drmore…

Domestic and Family Violence in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities

By Injury Matters • May 20th, 2020

Domestic and family violence can be experienced by any Western Australian, however many Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) community members, including; recent arrivals, international students, immigrants and refugee women, can face additional challenges in addressing violence. Additionally, women from CaLD backgrounds are less likely than other groups of women to report domestic violence. To raisemore…