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MajortraumaNZ Feb 25
We are pleased to release our 2018-19 Annual report. It highlights the progress made across the country towards achieving a contemporary trauma system in New Zealand. Thank you for your efforts in making this report possible!
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Tony Walker Jan 7
It was an absolute pleasure to catch-up with Dr Jason McClure, the newly appointed Director of Adult Retrieval Victoria, this morning. We are all very much looking forward to working with Jason in this critical role
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Harborview Injury Dec 31
Just days after Sandy Hook in 2012, an urgent call for firearm injury research was co-authored by Dr. Fred Rivara, director of our Firearm Injury & Policy Research Program. Today, it's named among 's most important articles this decade:
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Harborview Injury Dec 16
The Hill is reporting that Congress is preparing to fund gun violence research for the first time in decades, including funding to both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health. Read more:
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Dr Christina Ekegren Dec 15
Are people with healthier than the general population before ? Our new manuscript:
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Lauren Pearson Dec 6
Big day tomorrow! Tune into to hear my whole PhD project squished into one minute 🤯
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Alfred Emergency Education Nov 28
Congratulations to A/Prof Gerard O’Reilly, Emergency Physician for receiving a project grant from the ACEM Foundation to help promote the provision of emergency care across Bangladesh.
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AIPN Nov 25
The are delighted to award with AIPN Life Membership for her substantial and sustained contribution to injury prevention, not just in Australia, but globally
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The Alfred Nov 5
Dr Heather Cleland, Head of the Victorian Adult Burns Service, discusses different types of burns and the latest treatments with ABC's Philip Clark:
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Elsevier Transport Oct 30
This review in the Journal of Transport & Health has demonstrated that street connectivity, the presence of cycling paths and facilities are the two most significant built environment factors that may promote cycling behaviors.
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#Go8 Oct 30
"We need to hear from our universities on the benefits of AI for all society, and in areas not just of science and technology but ethics, human rights, business, law" - Dr Alan Finkel Australia’s Chief Scientist
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Harborview Injury Oct 30
As electric scooter programs grow, helmets play a role in preventing user injury - but cities must also look to data, design, and policy to help keep riders safe, Safe & Active Transport lead Dr. Beth Ebel told Boise's this week:
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MajortraumaNZ Oct 30
Congratulations to Dr Ian Civil for receiving an Honorary Fellowship in The American College of Surgeons earlier this week!
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Avery Nathens Oct 29
Interested in making a difference? If so, consider this opportunity to work with in reducing deaths due to firearms.
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Dr Fiona Gray Oct 25
If you’ve got any doubts about the scale of Australia’s gender equity challenge ... (via )
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NAS Critical Care & Retrieval Services Oct 27
Consultant in Critical Care Retrieval / Emergency Medicine based in Cork: 2 x posts!
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Monash Emerg Trauma Oct 17
presenting BRANZ data about burns injury in older adults - a growing challenge for Burns clinicians.
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Monash Emerg Trauma Oct 17
Fantastic news Alex! Looking forward to working with you.
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Jennifer Gong Oct 15
Well done to on his presentation on driving improved burn care at !
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Tim Coats Oct 15
Having a paediatric trauma service without paediatricians is inconceivable- so why do we accept geriatric trauma care without geriatricians. The new BPT of a CFS by a geriatrician within 48hrs may drive change. David Shipway.
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