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Scientific Advisory Committee

Safety 2022 – Abstracts welcome

 

Reconnecting, reinvigorating and reimaging Injury Prevention at the Safety 2022 conference to be held in Adelaide from 27 to 30 November 2022. From 10 January 2022, abstract submission is open, via the conference website.  Abstracts relevant to the conference themes are welcome: these can relate to injury prevention policy, research or programmes. Guidelines for abstracts can be found here.

 

Following two years of pandemic-related changes to how we live, work, exercise and play, it is time to take stock and rethink injury prevention priorities, reach, process and implementation. Safety 2022 is a great opportunity to reconvene, in person or virtually.

 

The conference scope will cover a range of topics such as falls prevention, farm safety, suicide prevention, safe communities, road safety and poisoning prevention, and many others. There will also be workshops and satellite events, making your travel to Adelaide a worthwhile and rewarding experience.

 

Most importantly, Safety 2022 provides a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with the injury prevention community, internationally; meeting old friends and making new ones.

 

Looking forward to seeing you in Adelaide in 2022! 

 

Janneke Berecki-Gisolf

Chair, Scientific Committee

Safety 2022

Associate Professor JannekeBerecki-Gisolf

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Director of the Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit, Monash University Accident Research Centre

Janneke Berecki is an associate professor at the Monash University Accident Research Centre, where she is the Director of the Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit. Janneke studied Medicine at the University of Amsterdam where she also completed her PhD (cum laude). For over ten years Janneke has conducted injury research, with a focus on injury outcomes and injury epidemiology.  Janneke has designed and conducted several data linkage studies, including linkage of data sources such as injury compensation claims, Medicare and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme records, hospital admissions, Emergency Department presentations and cause of death data. Her research interests are injury surveillance, injury data quality, comorbidity and chronic disease, data linkage studies and pharmacoepidemiology.

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