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The Scientific Committee is pleased to invite abstracts for proposed workshops, oral and poster presentations.

Abstract submissions extended to Friday, 27th October, 5pm NZST.

For additional information in relation to the submission of abstracts please contact:

Deb Wootton deb@hpce.co.nz

Daniela Olphert daniela@hpce.co.nz

027 606 1810

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Call for Abstracts

Themes:

The following conference themes have been developed in collaboration with the AIPN Indigenous sub-committee, Executive Group, Conference Organising committee and Conference Scientific Committee. In line with the overarching conference theme ‘Weaving knowledges for injury prevention and safety promotion; creating a new way together’, these abstract sub themes have been developed to align with the conference guiding principles and in the spirit of celebrating diverse knowledge systems coming together.  

We recognise that your work might fit into and across multiple themes which is congruent with the weaving metaphor.

 

For the purpose of abstract submission, please choose one theme that most aligns with your work.

 1. Reciprocity and collaboration

  • Projects that demonstrate two-way learning between groups, where work benefits multiple partners.

  • Projects/programs that bring diverse partners together or showcase examples of capacity building or co-design.

  • Models of working with communities, consumers or other stakeholders, and understanding the diverse outcomes that come with working with various groups.

 

 2. Critical Reflection

  • Lessons learned - Projects reflecting on what has worked well and/or what has not worked well in injury prevention or safety promotion. Challenges of working with Governments. Understanding the strengths and limitations of projects.

  • Critical reflexivity - Projects that focus on knowledge systems and power within a projects (e.g. worldviews, standpoints, social environment of the practice) and how it was executed. For example, a project might be situated using a particular methodology or theoretical underpinning.

  • Data trends and systems - Projects that present the current/future state of play, and/or what information is lacking.

 

 3. Equity and Justice

  • Projects that are focussed on particular population group/s (e.g. Indigenous peoples, women, LGBTQ+, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, people experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage), geographic areas.

  • Projects that recognise the unique needs and knowledge systems of different population groups.

 

 4. Sustainability

  • Projects/programs adopted or reflected by policy and practice.

  • Programs resulting in ongoing government support or other funding.

  • Projects that focus on research/knowledge translation and impact, such as policy influence. 

 

 5. Governance and sovereignty

  • Projects that demonstrate models of excellence in project governance structures.

  • Projects that include recognition of Indigenous sovereignty in injury prevention, injury trends and its wider determinants.

  • Data sovereignty and governance- ownership, control, access, analysis, reporting, storage.

Injury areas

Select up to three relevant topic areas.

  • Alcohol and drugs related injury

  • Burns

  • Digital health

  • Ethics (including data governance/sovereignty)

  • Falls

  • Family, domestic, interpersonal or sexual violence

  • Housing, homelessness and built environment

  • Injury and climate change

  • Injury rehabilitation and post-injury outcomes

  • Injury surveillance methods and data management

  • Internet safety 

  • Occupational injury and safety

  • Product safety and related injury

  • Racism and migrant status

  • Road and transport safety

  • Sports injury prevention and rehabilitation

  • Suicide and intentional self-harm

  • Trauma  

  • Trauma care across health care continuum (emergency response to rehabilitation)

  • Urban health

  • Water safety and drowning

  • Other

Population Groups

Select up to two population groups.

  • Injury in diverse populations

  • Ageing/elder safety

  • Child and adolescent health and safety

  • Gender diverse people

  • Indigenous health and injury prevention

  • People living with disability

  • Rural and remote health

  • Young adults

  • Other

Abstract Submission Instruction & Guidelines

Abstract Assessment Process

Abstract Assessment Criteria

Presenter Terms & Conditions

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