The 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion theme - ‘Reconnecting, Reinvigorating, Reimagining Injury Prevention'.
The 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (Safety) will be held from 27-30 November 2022 in Adelaide, Australia. Hosted by the Public Health Association of Australia and Co-Sponsored by the World Health Organization, and other key national and international organisations.
Safety 2022 aims to bring together the global injury prevention community to continue the successful world conferences highlighting the important research, work and advocacy in injury prevention and safety promotion.
Safer Australian Roads and Highways
Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) Group was set up by Sarah's father Peter Frazer to ensure more lives are not lost through preventable and clearly foreseeable situations like the one that took Sarah's life.
Safety 2022 Conference is inviting abstract submissions for long oral presentations, rapid fire, conversation starter and e-posters. We invite you to submit abstracts related to research, policy or practice under the following conference topics/ sub themes:
• Injury and COVID-19
• Product Safety
• Alcohol and Other Drugs
• Predicting the future
• Disaster, climate and Injury
• Built Environment and Safety
• Role of Emergency services in Injury Prevention
• New and innovative approaches
• Safety in Design
• Burns Prevention
• Child Safety
• Concussion Prevention
• Drowning Prevention
• Trauma Care
• Work Safety
• Violence Prevention
• Road Safety
FIRST NATION PEOPLE
Presentations that relate to First Nations Peoples’ injury prevention and safety promotion are encouraged. Presenters focusing on First Nations health need to provide with their abstract an additional paragraph outlining whether the relevant community/ies have provided permission to
For more information on the call for abstracts, please click on the button below.
Call for abstracts will close Sunday 20 March 2022, at 11:59pm AEDT
Each reviewer will be responsible for blind reviewing up to 20 abstracts and each abstract will have 3 reviewers. All reviewing is done electronically via a website portal and instructions will be provided to enable you to view, score and comment on the abstracts and recommend an offer of presentation.
Abstracts to be reviewed will be provided from Monday 28 March and reviews are due back by Monday 11 April 2022.
Call for abstracts reviewers will close Monday 11 April 2022
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION NOW OPEN