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Injury Issues Monitor 32 Injury Issues Monitor

The Monitor is published approximately three times annually providing a clearinghouse for information about developments in injury surveillance and prevention. It currently has a circulation of around 2000 individuals representing a diverse range of organisations and sectors with an interest in injury issues.

Note: The Injury Issues Monitor is produced in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. The Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe website.

Issue: No 32 - February 2005.


In this issue...

  • 2002 injury deaths
  • Conference report: Mackay 2004
  • Injury mortality among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Queensland safe communities
  • Injury in the gay and lesbian community
  • Injury caused by mangoes
  • Falls prevention in hospitals and residential aged care facilities
  • Safe Communities Foundation
  • ICECI in the real world
  • From the Coroner
  • SCI Register Workshop
  • 8th World Injury Conference
  • National Injury Prevention Plan Update
  • SIPP Communique
  • Mortality among Korean war veterans
  • Falls prevention exercise manual

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