Satellite Events

Satellite event refers to any activity which is independently organised, offered, and/or accredited by an organisation other than the Public Health Association of Australia, and held before, or after Safety 2022. Please note, satellite events are not part of the official Conference program.

If you would like to have a Satellite event listed on the website, please email [email protected].

Please note, satellite events will only be advertised if they align with the Conference objectives, and do not pose a conflict of interest. As satellite events are confirmed, they will be added below and listed in date order.

Workshop TEACH-VIP
Thursday 1 December - 09:00AM - 12:00PM

Workshop to discuss the upcoming revision of TEACH-VIP 

The World Health Organization is in the process of reviewing and revising the TEACH-VIP training resource.


Many public health practitioners will be familiar with TEACH-VIP which was updated to a second edition in 2012. Given that an update is timely, WHO has commissioned a review of capacity building materials in the injury and violence prevention space which has been carried out by Johns Hopkins University.


A follow up survey of WHO Collaborating Centres regarding the core outcomes of that review has also been undertaken recently. As part of Safety2022 on the Thursday following the conference there will be a morning workshop exploring the next steps with the WHO lead for capacity building Dr David Meddings and Professor Abdul Bachani of Johns Hopkins University. 


We encourage those interested in teaching injury and violence prevention to stay an extra day and participate in this workshop so that they can feed into the planned revision. 

Location: Flinders University, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide (CBD) - walking distance from the conference venue.

To Register please CLICK HERE

Art Gallery of SA
Thursday 1 December @ 12:30pm

Critical Observation for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion hosted by Dale Hanson

We will meet at the front North Terrace entrance, just before 1pm.   


Please feel free to bring interested friends, especially those interested in public health, injury prevention and safety promotion.  If for no other reason than the fact that this will be a free tour of the Art Gallery of S.A. conducted by the gallery's Assistant Director of artistic programs.  More importantly I am anticipating a very interesting discussion about interpretation by observation, of art, risk and life.


For those interested in lunch, I propose we meet at the Art Gallery of S.A. restaurant at 12 noon. This is at the back of the art gallery. You can either

  • Walk through the gallery to the back foyer

  • Enter from North Terrace, by walking down the pathway on the western side of the gallery to the side entrance of the gallery

  • Use rear entrance from Adelaide University


While we like to think we are objective, the way we think determines what we look for, which determines what see, which determines how we think. We need to break free of our preconceptions by consciously developing and refining our skills in critical observation and empathic interpretation of the world we live in and seek to change for the better.


Join us in this workshop at the Art Gallery of South Australian where we will work together to develop and refine our skills of critical observation as we enjoy and interpret the gallery’s extensive art collection and discover what it tells us about the way Australian’s have thought about themselves, their livelihood, their environment and their culture for the last 65,000 years of human habitation.


We may also spot some longstanding injury and safety issues along the way. Most importantly, we hope this quiet moment of reflection about our shared humanity will help us reinvigorate and reimagine ourselves and reconnect with our colleagues.

I am looking forward to your company.  See you for lunch at 12 noon, if not at the north Terrace Entrance at 1pm.

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International Injury Prevention Writing Retreat
Friday 2 December - Sunday 4 December

Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, Hahndorf 

Do you need time to unwind and write?  Are you looking to hear and think more about the writing process?


Then this writing retreat is for you. Starting Friday midday 2nd December 2022 (just after Safety 2022) and finishing Sunday (4th December 2022) midday, we get away from the city hustle and bustle to sit down and work on those nagging writing projects. 

Come join a range of early career, professors, editors, mid-career researchers to write, talk about your writing projects and understand the tools, processes and writing tips and tricks from your peers and those who have been there before. 

The writing retreat has been designed a relaxed opportunity to meet and work alongside likeminded people who are wanting to write and get a little further along on their writing projects, while at the same time hearing from those with more writing and journal experience about what they do to maximize their writing opportunities.  We will also chat about GRADE, data, ethics, literature reviews and much more.

Bring a paper you are working on or would like to write, bring an attitude that you want to write and bring yourself to first ever international injury prevention writing retreat. The writing retreat is to be held at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre at Hahndorf ( which has a range of accommodation options available, with further option available in Hahndorf, South Australia.


To register your attendance please CLICK HERE


Once registered, refer to your confirmation email to book your accommodation

Adelaide Hills Convention Centre 
Address: 145A Mount Barker Road Hahndorf 5245, South Australia
Discovery Hahndorf Resort

P: (08) 8388 7921

[email protected]

I look forward to welcoming you at the retreat. Professor Richard Franklin