TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2024

TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2024

TIIG Event 2024

Our TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2024 will place as an online event on Thursday 7th March 2024 (9:30 - 13:30). The morning will feature a range of speakers talking about the prevention of violence, injury and assaults.

This TIIG half day event brings together key partner organisations working to tackle injuries and violence.

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Event speakers & presentations:

Welcome and event opening

Lisa Jones, Liverpool John Moores University

Describing and contextualising animal-related trauma - what can routinely collected data tell us?

Dr John Tulloch, University of Liverpool

Child and Adolescent to Parent/Caregiver Violence and Abuse (CAPVA) research study

Rebecca Bates, Liverpool John Moores University

The work of PACTS: Using hospital records to inform road safety policy

Margaret Winchcomb, Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety

The recording of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in a complex mental health needs cohort

Laura Sambrook, Liverpool John Moores University

Preventing knife crime using Emergency Department data

Karen Lucas-Walker and Hugh Currie, UK Home Office

Student Support Champions- Reducing Serious Youth Violence in Newcastle

Yvonne Butterfield and Sarah Kilday, Northumbria VRU

Cheshire and Merseyside Falls Collaborative… Our story so far

Emma Ciclitira, Liverpool City Council

Greater Manchester Public Health Licensing Communities of Practice

Gareth Hill and Phil Zarei, Bolton Council

Update from TIIG

Dr Jennifer Germain, Liverpool John Moores University

Closing comments

Mark Whitfield, Liverpool John Moores University


  TIIG Event 2024 - Programme

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