TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2022

TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2022

TIIG Event 2022

Our TIIG Trauma and Injury Event 2022 took place as an online event on Tuesday 12th July 2022. The event featured a range of speakers talking about the role of Emergency Department Data for the prevention of injury and assaults.

This TIIG event is a half day event which normally takes place every year and brings together key partner organisations working to tackle injuries and violence. Whilst the event has been on hold during the Covid-19 pandemic we are delighted for it to taking place once again, although as an online event only this year.


Event speakers & presentations:

Professor Zara Quigg, Public Health Institute, LJMU

Opening comments.

  Zara's Presentation

West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit

Adversity, Trauma and Resilience an outcome based approach.
Emmerline Irving

  Emmerline's Presentation

Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership

Beacon Project
Kimberley Suart-Done and Marie Morgan.

  Marie & Kimberley's Presentation

Greater Manchester Violence Reduction Unit

Using health data to explore unreported violence in Greater Manchester.
Sarah Barnes and Louis Richards.

  Louis' Presentation

Wales Violence Prevention Unit

Development of bystander approaches.   Lara Snowdon and Alex Walker.

  Lara & Alex's presentation

Lancashire Violence Reduction Network

Lancashire: Trauma-Informed Data.  Teigan Whiffing and Justin Srivastava.

  Teigan & Justin's presentation

Northumbria Violence Reduction Unit

YOLO project.   Rachel Lawson and Jacqueline Critchley

  Rachel's presentation

North West Coast Clinical Network

Self harm and suicide.
Louise Thomas and Neil Smith.

  Louise & Neil's presentation

Jennifer Germain, TIIG Project lead, Public Health Institute, LJMU

An overview of the Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group.

  Jen's Presentation

Nadia Butler, Public Health Institute, LJMU

Violence against women and children during COVID-19.

  Nadia's presentation

NHS England/Digital - ECDS

Development and implementation of the Emergency Care Data Set.
Nicola Bell, Julie Whittaker, Leah Ormerod

  Nicola & Julie's presentation

Mark Whitfield, Public Health Institute, LJMU

Closing comments.

If you tweet about this event please include the tag #TIIGevent

Event presentations video:

Conference Video

This video with presentations from the event is 3:30 hours in length.
To watch an individual presentation or speaker please use the time points below, or open the video in YouTube and use the time point chapters listed in the description.

  •  00:30 Welcome and agenda
  •  03:25 Adopting a Public Health approach to Violence Prevention: Zara Quigg, Liverpool John Moores University
  •  25:40 Adversity, Trauma and Resilience an outcome based approach: Emmerline Irving, West Yorkshire VRU
  •  47:38 Beacon Project: Kimberley Suart-Done and Marie Morgan, Merseyside VRP
  • 1:06:10 Using health data to explore unreported violence: Sarah Barnes and Louis Richards, Greater Manchester VRU
  • 1:24:00 Development of bystander approaches: Lara Snowdon and Alex Walker, Wales VPU
  • 1:46:47 Lancashire: Trauma-Informed Data: Teigan Whiffing and Justin Srivastava, Lancashire VRN
  • 2:01:32 YOLO Project: Rachel Lawson and Jacqueline Critchley, Northumbria VRU
  • 2:19:15 Self harm/ suicide: Louise Thomas and Neil Smith, North West Coast Clinical Network
  • 2:42:46 TIIG overview: Jen Germain, Liverpool John Moores University
  • 2:53:55 Violence against women and children during COVID-19: Nadia Butler, Liverpool John Moores University
  • 3:11:53 NHS England/Digital ECDS: Nicola Bell, Julie Whittaker, Leah Ormerod, NHS England/Digital
  • 3:34:04 Closing comments: Mark Whitfield, Liverpool John Moores University
  • 3:35:30 End credits

Featured video clips:

A brief introduction to TIIG, and a demonstration of one of the uses of TIIG data in our VRU data hub dashboard.

Previous Events:

More details and presentations from other TIIG events are available here: