Welcome to Safety 2018 World Conference

5th - 7th November 2018 at BITEC Bangna, Bangkok

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Program Details

SAFETY 2018 offers an exciting scientific program with 5 Plenary sessions, 10 State of Art sessions, over thousands of abstract presentations, remarkable social events and energizing field trips.

PLENARY SESSION

Opening Ceremony by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:30
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

Opening ceremony will be presided over by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. Participants are required to register onsite and receive their badge 1 hour before attending the opening ceremony. Importantly, due to strict security measures, participants are requested to enter Bhiraj Hall 2 and pass through the security check, thermal check and badge scanner before proceeding to the opening ceremony on the 2nd floor before 08:00. The conference room will be closed at 08.00. Participants who arrive after the room is closed are kindly requested to remain outside until the opening ceremony is over. As the security check process may take time, we kindly recommend participants to arrive as early as possible.  Due to security reasons, please wear your badge at all- times during the conference.  Participants without a badge will not be allowed to enter the conference during the opening ceremony. Throughout the opening ceremony, please turn off your mobile phone or, if necessary, switch it to silent mode and please do not take any photographs.

Opening keynote address

  • Injury and Violence Prevention, Opportunities and Challenges to Achieve SDGs

    Dr. Etienne Krug Director of the WHO Department for Management of Noncommuniable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention, the World Health Organization

  • Building a Culture of Safety: Opportunities and Challenges

    Ms. Zoleka Mandela Zoleka Mandela Foundation

PL 01: Violence and Injury Prevention: Global Progress, Stagnation and Opportunities

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 10:30-11:30
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

The prevention of injuries and violence is critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Every day, in every country – across all income levels – millions of people die or suffer nonfatal injuries from road traffic crashes, burns, drowning, falls, poisonings, or from acts of violence against oneself or others. Much progress has been made in reducing this burden as evidenced by the number of effective and cost-effective solutions to prevent injuries and violence. Developments in the field and the surrounding international policy context over the last decade are also creating new windows of opportunity. These developments include, for example, the Decade of Action for Road Safety; Global and Regional Plans of Action to strengthen the health systems response to prevent violence, especially against women and girls and against children; global reports drawing attention to road safety, interpersonal violence, suicide, drowning, falls, disability, and burn prevention and care; expanded partnerships across sectors; and benchmarks to track progress in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals. The opportunity for countries to step up their efforts and apply what has been learned has never been greater.

Objectives:

  1. To take stock of global progress in reducing the burden of injuries and violence
  2. To profile success stories in moving countries toward action
  3. To lay the groundwork for reaching the SDG’s in the decade ahead

Speakers:

  • Overview of Global Progress and Achievement in Injury and Violence

    Dr. Etienne Krug World Health Organization

  • Progress, Challenges, and Success at the Country Level: The Case of Road Safety in China

    Dr. Duan Leilei National Centre for Chronic and Non-communicable Disease Control and Prevention, China

  • Global Progress in Partnerships and Action: The Case of Inspire and the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children

    Ms. Sabine Rakotomalala Global Partnership to End Violence against Children, Switzerland

  • Injury Prevention, Longevity and Good Health in Elders

    Dr. Izumi Kondo National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology (NCGG), Japan

Moderators:

  • Dr. Narain Chotirosniramit Chiangmai University, Thailand

PL 02: Multisectoral Actions, Progress, Stagnation and Opportunities

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 13:00-14:00
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

More than 5 million people die every year as a result of injuries and violence. The majority of these need multi-sectoral efforts for their prevention and control. Over the last decade, as a result of the proclamation of the Decade of Action for Road Safety, the inclusion of Target 3.6 in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and increased funding to the area, many interventions are being implemented in countries with varying success rates. This session will focus on the principles that underpin multi-sectoral actions for injury prevention and control, and critically examine both successes and failures around the world.

Objectives:

  1. To understand the role of multiple sectors in saving lives from injuries and violence
  2. Profile success stories and examine factors for impact
  3. To understand efforts that did not perform optimally and explore barriers to implementation and prevention
  4. To stimulate a dialogue on key elements for future success in the field.

Speakers:

  • Overview of the Need for Multi-sectoral Action for Injury and Violence

    Prof. Dr. Adnan Hyder George Washington University, USA

  • Key Role of Multi-sectoral Actions at Local and City Level

    Dr. Roberto Bezerra Mayor of Fortaleza, Brazil

  • What are Policy and Actions “Mindset” Needed for Multi-Sectoral Actions?

    Ms. Jessica Truong, Global NCAP, UK

  • Children awareness on Road safety by Cartoon

    Ms. Johana Ernawati Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection Indonesia

Moderators:

  • Prof. Dr. Adnan Hyder George Washington University, USA

PL 03: Success Stories on Unintentional Injury Prevention

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

More than 5 million people die every year as a result of injuries and violence. The majority of these are the result of unintentional mechanisms such as road traffic collisions, drowning, burns, falls, poisoning etc. Over the last decade, as a result of the proclamation of the Decade of Action for Road Safety, the inclusion of Target 3.6 in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and increased funding to the area, many interventions are being implemented in countries with varying success rates. This session will focus on the principles that underpin both primary and secondary road traffic injury prevention around the world.

Objectives:

  1. To understand the role of data, infrastructure, education, enforcement and trauma care in saving lives from unintentional injuries
  2. To profile success stories on unintentional injury prevention in HICs and LMICs
  3. To understand the role of trauma care in saving lives from unintentional injury

Speakers:

  • Multi-perspective on Unintentional Injuries

    Dr. Nhan Tran World Health Organization

  • Road Safety – The need for Reliable Data

    Ms. Kelly Larson Bloomberg Philanthropies, USA

  • Burns – Management of Burns Patients in Dedicated Burns Units in LMICs.

    Dr. Madiha Hashmi Aga Khan University, Pakistan

  • Drowning – Impacts, Growth and Issues Arising from WCDP2017

    Mr. Justin Scarr Royal Life Saving Association, Australia

  • Principle of Trauma Care from Pre-hospital to Rehab and Justice for Victims and their Families

    Dr. Witaya Chadbunchachai Khon Kaen Hospital, Thailand

PL 04: Striking towards a Zero – Telerance Society

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 13:30-14:30
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

Violence is a complex and widespread phenomenon comparable to an epidemic. Different forms of violence occur in all regions, ranging from interpersonal violence to armed conflicts. It can take place in both the public and private spheres. People of all ages and races are susceptible to one or another form of violence and its consequences. Negative effects of violence can take many forms, be they physical, psychological, social or economic. Violence also renders long-term intergenerational impact on children living with violence. Despite its preventable nature, violence is often perceived as inevitable. Considerable efforts have been made to solve the problem at its end, with measures to protect people already effected by violence. This plenary invites the speakers and audience to envision the way forwards to a non-violent society. It moves the discussion of violence elimination beyond protective measures by highlighting prevention as a long-term strategy. The session will start with an overview of different forms of violence, including their prevalence and consequences. It will then emphasize the profiling of effective interventions and preventive measures to eradicate violence. The plenary is expected to generate ideas contributive to the fulfilment of relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Objectives:

  1. To give an overview of the global situation of violence, including data on prevalence, trend and consequences of different forms of violence.
  2. To generate a discussion on effective interventions and preventive measures as a long-term strategy to tackle violence.
  3. To generate ideas contributive to the fulfilment of relevant SDGs.

Speakers:

  • An Overview of the Situations of Violence, Existing Data Sources, Causes and Consequences of Violence, and the Importance of Preventive Measures as a long-term Strategy

    Prof. Mark Bellis Public Health Wales, Wales

  • Youth Violence

    Prof. Dr. Maria Fernanda Peres University of São Paulo, Brazil

  • Violence against Women

    Assoc. Prof. Chalidaporn Songsamphan Thammsat University Thailand,

  • Violence against Children at School

    Mr. Dipak Naker Raising Voices, Uganda

Moderators:

  • Dr. Alexander Butchart World Health Organization

PL 05: Advancing Injury and Violence Prevention to support SDGs. The Way Forward

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 13:00-14:00
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Description

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) where countries have committed to in 2015 provide direction for them to move forward in the next decade. Around one third of the Sustainable Development Goals are related to violence and injury prevention. This shows the importance of violence and injury prevention to global and national movements. These goals required integrated actions across stakeholders. However, violence and injury in particular road traffic injury is leading cause of death.

This session would provide room for participants and panellists to collectively share their idea on what are required and how we should take actions in order to achieve SDGs by 2030.

Objectives:

  1. Identify the direction to strengthen national and local capacity to achieve safety-related SDGs
  2. What are prerequisites for multi sectoral actions in achieving violence and injury prevention related SDGs? Identify prerequisite(s) for countries/communities to achieve safety-related SDGs
  3. Way forward in establishing accountability framework for all stakeholders?

Speakers:

  • Crosscutting Issues – Legal Social Health and Education Tool

    Prof. Dr. Adnan Hyder George Washington University, USA

  • Unintentional Injuries

    Ms. Margie Peden George Institute for Global Health, UK

  • Violence

    Dr. Alexander Butchart World Health Organization

  • WHO Roles in Supporting Countries

    Dr. Thaksaphon Thamrangsi World Health Organization

Moderators:

  • Dr. Suwit Wibulpolprasert International Health Policy Program, Thailand

STATE OF ART SESSION

SA 01: Capacity for Multi-sectoral Actions

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 14:00-15:00
Venue: Nile 3

Speakers:

  • Prof. Dr. Gururaj Gopalakrishna National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, India

  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Cuong Pham Hanoi School of Public Health, Vietnam

Moderators:

  • Dr. Olive Kobusingye The Road Traffic Injuries Research Network, Uganda

SA 02: Evaluating Multi-sectoral Actions

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 14:00-15:00
Venue: Nile 4

Speakers:

  • Mr. Rob McInerney, international Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), Australia

  • Asst. Prof. Abdul Bachani Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

Moderators:

  • Dr. Nhan Tran World Health Organization

SA 03: Promoting and Sustaining Multi-sectoral Actions

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 14:00-15:00
Venue: Amber 1

Speakers:

  • Dr. Prasanthi Attwood University of Oxford, UK

  • Dr. Ricardo Perez-Nunez Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico

Moderators:

  • Dr. Rupert Kisser European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe), the Netherlands

SA 04: Drowning

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 10:30-11:30
Venue: Nile 3

Speakers:

  • Ms. Gemma May Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), UK

  • Assst. Prof. Olakunle Alonge Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

  • Ms. Suchada Gerdmongkolgan Thailand Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

Moderators:

  • Prof. Dr. AKM Fazlur Rahman Centre for Injury Prevention and Research Bangladesh (CIPRB), Bangladesh

SA 05: Burns

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 10:30-11:30
Venue: Nile 4

Speakers:

  • Prof. Tom Potokar Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy & Research, Wales

  • Dr. Ariel Miranda Altamirano Hospital Civil de Guadalajara, Mexico

  • Dr. Shobha Chamania Choithram Hospital and Research Centre, India

Moderators:

  • Dr. Michael Peck Arizona Burn Center, USA

SA 06: Falls Prevention

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 10:30-11:30
Venue: Amber 1

Speakers:

  • Prof. Rebecca Ivers University of New South Wales, Australia

  • Prof. Sebastian van As Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, South Africa

  • Dr. Duan Leilei National Centre for Chronic and Non-communicable Disease Control and Prevention, China

Moderators:

  • Dr. David Meddings World Health Organization

SA 07: Road Safety

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 10:30-11:30
Venue: Amber 2

Speakers:

  • Mr. Saul Billingsley FIA Foundation, UK

  • Mr. Floor Lieshout Youth for Road Safety, the Netherlands

  • Prof. Judy Fleiter Global Road Safety Partnership, Australia

Moderators:

  • Dr. Torine Creppy SafeKid Worldwide, USA

SA 08: Preventing violence against children

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 14:30-15:30
Venue: Nile 3

Speakers:

  • Ms. Amalee McCoy UNICEF, Thailand

  • Dr. Bernadette Madrid University of the Philippines, Philippines

  • Mr. Dipak Naker Raising Voices, Uganda

Moderators:

  • Dr. Greta Masseti Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

SA 09: Preventing Intimate partner and sexual violence

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 14:30-15:30
Venue: Nile 4

Speakers:

  • Ms. Melissa Alvarado UN Women, Thailand

  • Dr. Ruchira Tabassum Naved Centre for Injury Prevention and Research Bangladesh (CIPRB), Bangladesh

  • Assoc. Prof. Elsie Yan Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Moderators:

  • Prof. Rachel Jewkes South African Medical Research Council, South Africa

SA 10: Child injuries: ten years following publication of world report on child injury prevention

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 14:30-15:30
Venue: Amber 1

Speakers:

  • Dr. Torine Creppy SafeKid Worldwide, USA

  • Dr. Jiraporn Laothammatas Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Dr. Gary A. Smith Child Injury Prevention Alliance, USA

Moderators:

  • Ms. Brita Somerkoski, University of Turku, Finland

PARALLEL SESSION

5 November 2018

PA 1: Burns and fire prevention

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 15:30-17:00
Venue: Nile 3

  • 0534 An exploration of the factors associated with unintentional paediatric burn injuries in rural and peri-urban Malawi: A qualitative study
    Maria Beard
  • 0546 SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND RESIDENTIAL FIRE RELATED INJURIES AND DEATHS IN CHILD AND YOUTH ACROSS CANADA: RESULTS FROM A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
    Emilie Beaulieu
  • 2276 EXPERT PERSPECTIVES ON PAEDIATRIC BURN RECOVERY NEEDS, CHALLENGES AND COPING TRAJECTORIES
    Ashley van Niekerk
  • 2351 IDENTIFYING SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH RESIDENTIAL FIRE FATALITIES: A MATCHED CASE-CONTROL STUDY
    Anders Jonsson
  • 2570 SERIOUSLY INJURED DUE TO RESIDENTIAL FIRES IN SWEDEN
    Anders Jonsson
  • 2657 RESEARCH TO INTERVENTION: PREVENTING FIRE AND BURN SAFETY EDUCATION INITIATIVE FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN MALAYSIA
    Kulanthayan KC Mani

Moderators:

  • Dr. Michael Peck Arizona Burn Center, USA

PA 2: Child and adolescent safety, Consumer product safety and safety of service

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 15:30-17:00
Venue: Nile 4

  • 1080 CLARIFICATION OF THE MECHANISMS AND VISUALIZATION OF CHOKING ON TOYS USING THE COMPUTER SIMULATOR SWALLOW VISION®
    Takahiro Kikuchi
  • 1720 CAREGIVER SUPERVISION PRACTICES AND RISK OF CHILDHOOD UNINTENTIONAL INJURY MORTALITY IN BANGLADESH
    Olakunle Alonge
  • 2283 HOW DO PARENTS TEACH CHILDREN TO CROSS ROADS SAFELY? A STUDY OF PARENT-CHILD ROAD-CROSSING IN AN IMMERSIVE PEDESTRIAN SIMULATOR.
    Elizabeth E. O’Neal
  • 2305 SCHOOL CHILDREN PRACTICES AS PEDESTRIANS IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN
    Uzma Rahim Khan
  • 2445 INEQUALITY IN UNINTENTIONAL CHILDHOOD INJURIES IN DENMARK? THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL EDUCATION, HOUSEHOLD INCOME AND ETHNIC BACKGROUND ON INJURY RISK
    Iben Kryger Andersen
  • 1349 COMMUNITY LIVING LAB AS A RESEARCH PARTNER AND DEVELOPMENT OF SAFETY GOODS
    Mikiko Oono

Moderators:

  • Mr. Dipak Naker Raising Voices, Uganda

PA 3: Water safety and drowning prevention

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 15:30-17:00
Venue: Amber 1

  • 0718 THE SAFETY OF PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND FUTURE PREVENTION STRATEGIES
    Ashley Ridge
  • 0738 SUCCESS PROJECT ON DROWNING PREVENTION OF VOLUNTEERS IN THE COMMUNITY, NAKHON RATCHASIMA PROVINCE, THAILAND.
    Chanchai Supawerakul
  • 0747 THE BURDEN OF NON-FATAL UNINTENTIONAL DROWNINGS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2010-2014
    Michael Ballesteros
  • 1157 A DECADE OF ACTION ON CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION IN THAILAND
    Suchada Gerdmongkolgan
  • 1376 COMMUNITY RISK MAPPING FOR WATER SAFETY AND DROWNING PREVENTION: A PRA TECHNIQUE TO IDENTIFY POSSIBLE INTERVENTIONS IN BANGLADESH
    Ashim Saha
  • 1378 MONITORING PROCESS FOR A COMPREHENSIVE DROWNING REDUCTION PROJECT: EXPERIENCE FROM LOW-MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRY
    Md.Shafkat Hossain
  • 2391 PERCEPTION ON DROWNING PREVENTION: A QUALITATIVE PERSPECTIVE OF BANGLADESHI RURAL COMMUNITY
    Md Kamran Baset

Moderators:

  • Mr. Justin Scarr Royal Life Saving Association, Australia

PA 4: Road traffic injury

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 15:30-17:00
Venue: Amber 2

  • 0210 TREND IN GEOGRAPHICAL INEQUALITIES IN MORTALITY FROM ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN THE IRAN, 2006-2015
    Seyed Saeed Hashemi Nazari
  • 0455 QING-QI RICKSHAW: A BOON OR BANE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? A STUDY OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY PATTERNS INVOLVING QING-QI RICKSHAWS IN KARACHI PAKISTAN
    Muhammad Muzzammil
  • 0464 FALL INJURY IN INFANTS WHILE THE PATIENT IS OPERATING A BICYCLE
    Shun Kishibe
  • 0490 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ROAD TRAFFIC CRASH FATALITIES, KENYA, 2017
    Valerian Mwenda
  • 0585 PORTUGUESE ROAD SAFETY OVERVIEW AND BEST PRACTICES
    Andreia Silva
  • 1315 ESTIMATION OF POTENTIAL DEATHS PREVENTED THROUGHOUT THE NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY STRATEGY IN MEXICO
    Ricardo Pérez-Núñez

Moderators:

  • Dr. Ricardo Perez-Nunez Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico

PA 5: Home safety, Sport and recreation, Safe communities

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 15:30-17:00
Venue: Nile 2

  • 2466 A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL TO EVALUATE THE MAKE SAFE HAPPEN APP—A MOBILE TECHNOLOGY-BASED SAFETY BEHAVIOR CHANGE INTERVENTION FOR INCREASING PARENTS’ SAFETY KNOWLEDGE AND ACTIONS
    Lara B. McKenzie
  • 0493 SPORTS INJURIES AMONG YOUNG FLORIDA ATHLETES PLAYING FOOTBALL, SOCCER, BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL IN RECREATIONAL LEAGUES
    Yingwei Yang
  • 0690 MAVIE-LAB SPORTS: A MHEALTH FOR INJURY PREVENTION AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN SPORT
    Madelyn Yiseth Rojas Castro
  • 1943 VARIATION IN ACL INJURY PREVENTION PRACITCES BY SPORT
    Marc F. Norcross
  • 1993 A SCHOOL-BASED PROGRAM TO REDUCE INJURIES THROUGH NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING: ISPRINT A CLUSTER-RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
    Carolyn Emery
  • 2655 IMPORTANCE OF ANCHORING SOCCER GOAL POSTS BASED ON SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
    Tatsuhiro Yamanaka
  • 2279 Utilization of community crèches as a drowning prevention intervention in rural Bangladesh
    Shumona Sharmin Salam

Moderators:

  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dale Hanson International Safe Communities Certifying Centre, Australia

6 November 2018

PA 6: Road traffic injury

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 11:30-12:30
Venue: Nile 3

  • 2627 THE REDUCTION OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS BY5S STRATEGY WITH PARTICIPATION FROM THE COMMUNITY AUMPHUR THUNGSALIEUM
    Ketkarn Thipthimwong
  • 2757 PHUKET “TOWARD DECADE OF ACTION”
    Wiwat Seetamanotch
  • 2810 QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A CHILDHOOD ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAMME IN DAR ES SALAAM
    Alejandro Guerrero
  • 2907 IS MOTORCYCLE INJURY AN EMERGING PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM IN BANGLADESH: SHARING EXPERIENCES FROM A NATIONAL POPULATION-BASED SURVEY
    Abu Talab
  • 2631 COOPERATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR DEATHS FROM ROAD ACCIDENTS BY THE POTENTIAL AND RESOURCES IN THE AREA UNDER THE ROLE MODEL TAMBON’S OPERATION OF PREVENTING AND REDUCING ROAD ACCIDENTS TAMBON KHAMBONG AMPHUR BAN PHUE DISTRICT, UDON THANI , 2017
    Satanart Sihabong

Moderators:

  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Cuong Pham Hanoi School of Public Health, Vietnam

PA 7: Injury surveillance in injury prevention research, Policies and implement on injury prevention

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 11:30-12:30
Venue: Nile 4

  • 1026 DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOMETRIC EVALUATION OF DATA COLLECTION TOOL FOR NATIONAL ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY REGISTRY SYSTEM (NRTIRS) THE NURSE VERSION
    Soudabeh Marin
  • 2259 THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY CRÈCHE (ANCHAL) AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE FOR CHILDHOOD INJURY DURING MOTHER’S BUSY TIME OF HOUSEHOLD CHORES IN RURAL BANGLADESH.
    Rabbya Ashrafi
  • 1371 IMPLEMENTING A COMPREHENSIVE DROWNING PREVENTING PROJECT THROUGH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN COASTAL AREAS OF BANGLADESH
    Md.Shafkat Hossain
  • 1814 PROVINCIAL PRIORITY SETTING APPROACH TO INJURY PREVENTION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
    Megan Oakey
  • 2138 ASSESSMENT OF POLICIES AND LEGISLATION SUPPORTING CHILD INJURY PREVENTION IN NEPAL
    Puspa Raj Pant
  • 0567 SERVING THE UNITED STATES FIRE SERVICE WITH SAFETY CULTURE DATA: DISSEMINATION OF RESULTS
    Jennifer Taylor

Moderators:

  • Dr. Duan Leilei National Centre for Chronic and Non-communicable Disease Control and Prevention, China

PA 8: Evidence for policies, data and statistics

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 11:30-12:30
Venue: Amber 1

  • 0630 PROTECTING KIDS IN CARS: A THREE-COUNTRY SURVEY OF CHILD SAFETY SEATS, ATTITUDES, AND POLICIES
    Corinne Peek-Asa
  • 1573 LACK OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN COUNTRY-SPECIFIC PUBLICATIONS INDEXED IN MEDLINE AND VIOLENCE-RELATED MORTALITY: THE NEED FOR RESEARCH CAPACITY BUILDING
    Louis-Rachid Salmi
  • 1959 Incidence and costs of injury in Western Australia 2012
    Russ Milner
  • 2551 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES AT A TEACHING HOSPITAL IN NIGERIA: A 15-YEAR REVIEW
    Gbadebo Ibraheem
  • 1888 THE PATTERNS OF OFFENCES AND DEMERIT POINT ACCUMULATION IN NEW ZEALAND 2005-2004
    Soufiane Boufous

Moderators:

  • Dr. Ricardo Perez-Nunez Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico

PA 9: Multi-sectoral actions supporting injury prevention and safety promotion
Capacity building
Advocacy
Gender inequality

Date:

Time: 11:30-12:30
Venue: Amber 2

  • 0758 IMPLEMENTING CONCUSSION BEST PRACTICE IN CANADIAN SPORT: THE CONCUSSION PROTOCOL HARMONIZATION PROJECT
    Valerie Smith
  • 2519 TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY BY ELECTRONIC INTERVENTION
    Eshant Verma
  • 2229 Unintentional Injuries in Children and Gender Inequalities: Analysis of a longitudinal cohort across four developing countries
    Prasanthi Puvanachandra
  • 2899 PREVALENCE, AND SOCIOCULTURAL, HEALTH, AND STRUCTURAL FACTORS ASSOCIATE WITH VAWG AMONG MIGRANT COMMUNITIES OF BAGLUNG DISTRICT, NEPAL
    Nwabisa Shai

Moderators:

  • Dr. Shobha Chamania Choithram Hospital and Research Centre, India

PA 10: Violence-related injury: all types
Violence against women, female genital mutilation

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 11:30-12:30
Venue: Nile 2

  • 0093 PROMISES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR GLOBAL DATA: VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN SURVEYS AS A TOOL TO ASSESS PROGRESS ON SDGS
    Greta Massetti
  • 1743 COMBINED EFFECT OF COMMUNITY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SELF-RATED HEALTH IN THE BRAZILIAN POPULATION
    Alice Barone de Andrade
  • 0188 INTERSECTORAL MECHANISMS TO SUPPORT WOMENS VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE IN TUNISIA
    Hela Ouennich
  • 1015 RISK FACTORS PREDICTING DATING VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION IN STUDENTS FROM MIDDLE AND LATE ADOLESCENCE
    Dimitrinka Jordanova Peshevska

Moderators:

  • Dr. Greta Masseti Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

PA 11: Injury surveillance and injury prevention
Preparedness and resilience research

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 16:00-17:15
Venue: Nile 3

  • 2282 EXPLORING INJURY-RELATED FATALITIES IN AUSTRALIA BY REMOTENESS
    Richard C Franklin
  • 2375 USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO DISSEMINATE INJURY PREVENTION CONTENT: IS A PICTURE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS?
    Lara B. McKenzie
  • 2641 DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIRST NATIONAL INJURY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM IN CANADA, FOR WATER-RELATED DEATHS: WHERE HAVE WE BEEN AND WHERE ARE WE NOW AT THE QUARTER CENTURY MARK?
    Peter Barss
  • 2716 REVITALIZATION OF THE INJURY SURVEILLANCE IN MYANMAR, WHAT MADE IT WORK?
    Chamaiparn Santikarn
  • 2154 SHIFTING OF INJURY DEATH PATTERN IN 12 YEARS IN BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM TWO NATIONAL HEALTH AND INJURY SURVEY
    AKM Fazlur Rahman
  • 1334 THE PROJECT FOR STRENGTHENING THE ASEAN REGIONAL CAPACITY ON DISASTER HEALTH MANAGEMENT (ARCH PROJECT)
    Yasushi Nakajima
  • 1391 LEARNING FROM 2015 NEPAL EARTHQUAKE: IMPLICATION FOR INJURY PREVENTION, TRAUMA CARE AND DISABILITY REHABILITATION
    Kamaraj Devapitchai

Moderators:

  • Prof. Sebastian van As Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, South Africa

PA 12: Law, legislation and regulation capacities
Alcohol related domestic violence
Safety and injury in different settings

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 16:00-17:15
Venue: Nile 4

  • 0727 USING INTERRUPTED TIME-SERIES METHOD TO ASSESS THE EFFECT OF THE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY LAW ON THE ROAD TRAFFIC DEATHS IN CHINA: A SUBNATIONAL ANALYSIS BASED ON GLOBAL BURDEN DISEASE 2015
    Pengpeng Ye
  • 2323 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN FIREARM LAWS AND FIREARM HOMICIDES IN US CITIES: A BAYESIAN SPACE-TIME ANALYSIS
    Christopher N. Morrison
  • 1847 MAGNITUDE OF DRINKING AND DRIVING IN BRAZIL, 2016: REVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS
    Rafael Alves Guimarães
  • 2523 ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES AND ALCOHOL USE IN AFRICA 2001-2014; A MULTI-NATIONAL CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
    Catherine Staton
  • 2799 A PRACTICAL TRIAL: A PRAGMATIC RANDOMIZED ADAPTIVE CLINICAL TRIAL INVESTIGATING CONTROLLING ALCOHOL USE AND RELATED HARMS IN A LOW-INCOME SETTING
    Catherine A. Staton
  • 0530 BURNS AMONG UNDER-FIVES IN AN URBAN SLUM IN KAMPALA, UGANDA: PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS
    Marcia Tusiime
  • 2464 UL SAFETY SMART – EMPOWERING YOUTH THROUGH SAFETY EDUCATION AND AWARENESS
    Cara Gizzi

Moderators:

  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Cuong Pham Hanoi School of Public Health, Vietnam

PA 13: Prevention, pre-hospital emergency medical services, service provisions

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 16:00-17:15
Venue: Amber 1

  • 0489 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AND ROAD CONGESTION- DEADLY PATH TO HOSPITALS
    Khalid Mehmood
  • 0532 TESTING A NOVEL METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING WHERE SERIOUS MEDICAL ENCOUNTERS OCCUR AT MARATHONS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS AND RUNNERS’ SAFETY
    Finn Nilson
  • 0865 THE PREVENTIVE EFFECTS OF BICYCLE HELMETS ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN BICYCLE-RELATED CRASHES
    Seung Chul Lee
  • 1551 POST-EARTHQUAKE MASS CASUALTY MANAGEMENT IN BANGLADESH: AN ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDER’S EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
    Mohammad Tarikul Islam
  • 1844 MOBILE APP TO PROMOTE PROPER AND CONSISTENT CAR SEAT USE: RESULTS OF AN RCT IN TWO PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS
    Andrea Gielen
  • 0564 DEVELOPING A SYSTEMS-LEVEL CHECKLIST FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENT EVENTS AGAINST EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES RESPONDERS IN THE UNITED STATES
    Jennifer Taylor

Moderators:

  • Prof. Dr. Gururaj Gopalakrishna National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, India

PA 14: Water safety and drowning prevention
Other unintentional injuries

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 16:00-17:15
Venue: Amber 2

  • 1550 THE EVALUATION PERFORMANCE OF MERIT MAKER DROWNING PREVENTION OF CHULABHORN DISTRICT NAKHONSRITHAMMARAT
    Amata Junpan
  • 2098 IMPLEMENTATION OF A RISK PREDICTION MODEL INTO DROWNING PREVENTION POLICY: A SCOPING REVIEW
    Eric Tellier
  • 2134 DESIGNING A COMPREHENSIVE DROWNING REDUCTION PROJECT IN RURAL COMMUNITIES: EXRERIENCE OF BNAGLADESH
    Zakia Sultana
  • 2101 NAVIGATING RESEARCHER-PRACTITIONER COLLABORATION IN DROWNING PREVENTION
    Daniel Ryan
  • 0596 EXCESS MORTALITY AMONG ADULTS HOSPITALISED WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN AUSTRALIA: A POPULATION-BASED MATCHED COHORT STUDY
    Reidar P. Lystad
  • 2127 PREVALENCE OF SELF-REPORTED BRAIN INJURY AMONG HOMELESS ADULTS IN AUSTRALIA
    Jessica L. Mackelprang
  • 2776 ACTION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF THE COLLABORATIVE FALL PREVENTION PRACTICE MODEL AMONG THE THAI COMMUNITY-DWELLING PEOPLE WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT : THE INTEGRATED HOLISTIC EYE CARE SETTING
    Penpimol Yingyong
  • 2371 IMPACTS OF A PATIENT DECISION AID ON PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS FOR USE IN ADULT EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS
    Eileen McDonald

Moderators:

  • Mr. Justin Scarr Royal Life Saving Association, Australia

PA 15: Falls in older people

Date: Monday 6 November 2018
Time: 16:00-17:15
Venue: Nile 2

  • 0146 COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLISHED INTERVENTIONS FOR ELDERLY FALL PREVENTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND NETWORK META-ANALYSIS
    Guoqing Hu
  • 0980 EFFECTS OF MULTIFACTORIAL FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR THAI ELDERLY
    Uraiwan Pantong
  • 1767 Mild cognitive impairment: a risk factor for injury in older people
    Lara Harvey
  • 1813 EVALUATION OF A CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR OLDER ABORIGINAL PEOPLE
    Rebecca Ivers
  • 2704 DIAGNOSTIC ABILITY OF FALL RISK ASSESSMENT SCORES OF INTERNATIONAL PATIENTS AT THE SAME HOSPITAL
    Krit Pongpirul
  • 2811 ANATOMICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SHUNTING-TYPE HIP PROTECTOR FUNCTION
    Richard G. D. Fernandez
  • 2839 HISTORY OF FREQUENT FALLS PREDICT STRONGLY FALLS BUT ONLY WEAKLY SUBSEQUENT FRACTURES IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
    Nadia Afrin

Moderators:

  • Prof. Rebecca Ivers University of New South Wales, Australia

7 November 2018

PA 16: Road traffic injury

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Nile 3

  • 0420 Modeling the Severity of Motorcycle crashes using the data from Sri Lanka
    Niranga Amarasingha
  • 1073 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INITIATIVE TO REDUCE DRIVING SPEED AS A RISK FACTOR FOR ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES (RTI)
    Francisco Ramon Mojarro
  • 1799 BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH NON-RECOVERY AFTER A MINOR ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
    Stella Samoborec
  • 1933 USER-CENTRED INSTRUCTIONS REDUCE MISUSE OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: RESULTS FROM A CONTROLLED LABORATORY TRIAL
    Julie Brown
  • 2220 UTILIZING RESULTS FROM SERIAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES ON RISK FACTORS FOR ROAD
    SAFETY: SPEEDING IN BANGKOK

Moderators:

  • Prof. Dr. Gururaj Gopalakrishna National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, India

PA 17: Occupational safety

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Nile 4

  • 0180 PATTERNS AND PREDICTORS OF RETURN TO WORK AFTER MAJOR TRAUMA: A PROSPECTIVE, POPULATION BASED REGISTRY STUDY
    James E Harrison
  • 2471 MACHINE RELATED INJURY IN BANGLADESH – FINDINGS FROM A NATIONWIDE CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY
    Mohammad Jahangir Hossain
  • 2588 ESTIMATING HISTORICAL EXPOSURE WITHOUT IMPUTATION: LESSONS LEARNED FROM A PREDICTIVE MODELING APPROACH USING DATA FROM A COHORT OF ONTARIO URANIUM UNDERGROUND MINERS IN CANADA
    Minh T Do
  • 2801 ORANGIC DUST: A HEALTH RISK UNDERESTIMATED BY GRAIN FARMERS
    Yang Geng1, S. Dee Jepsen
  • 1939 SAFETY PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES FOR DROWNING PREVENTION AMONG FISHERMEN IN BANGLADESH
    Fazlul Kader Chowdhury

Moderators:

PA 18: Child maltreatment
Abuse of elderly, person with disability

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Amber 1

  • 0577 EVALUATION OF A SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN IN CHINA: A COMPARISON OF TEACHERS AND PARENTS AS INSTRUCTORS
    Yichen Jin
  • 1347 INFLICTED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (ITBI) STUDY- AN HIDDEN EPIDEMIC
    Shankar Viswanathan
  • 0681 PREVALENCE, PATTERN AND RISK FACTORS FOR ELDER ABUSE IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS OF LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
    Modupe Onigbogi
  • 1779 THE POLICE RESPONSE TO VULNERABILITY AND RISK: A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO POLICING
    Kat Ford
  • 1786 CHILD LABOUR AND CHILD ABUSE: CULTURAL PRACTICES IN COMMERCIAL DRIVER “APPRENTICESHIP” IN PAKISTAN
    Ahsan Kayani

Moderators:

  • Prof. Sebastian van As Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, South Africa

PA 19: Intimate partner violence

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Amber 2

  • 0606 EFFECT OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE ON DEPRESSION OF FEMALE GARMENT WORKERS IN BANGLADESH
    Kausar Parvin
  • 0610 DOES EMPLOYMENT IN THE FORMAL SECTOR PROTECT WOMEN FROM INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF PATRIARCHY? THE CASE OF GARMENT WORKERS IN BANGLADESH
    Mahfuz Al Mamun
  • 0611 A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF SAFE ON SPOUSAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SLUMS OF DHAKA, BANGLADESH
    Ruchira Tabassum Naved
  • 0723 USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA TO PROVIDE AWARENESS ABOUT MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SERVICE AID TO VICTIMS OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN ZAMBIA
    Masiku Phiri
  • 1331 FROM VICTIMIZATION TO AGENCY: WOMEN REPORTING INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN EIGHT INDIGENOUS REGIONS OF MEXICO
    Mariana Mojarro-Iñiguez
  • 1973 Spousal intimate partner violence higher in less developed states in India
    G. Anil Kumar

Moderators:

  • Mr. Dipak Naker Raising Voices, Uganda

PA 20: Sexual violence
Self-harm, suicide and effective suicide prevention

Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018
Time: 09:00-10:00
Venue: Nile 2

  • 2450 DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT DATA, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA, 2013-2015
    Lukman Ademola Lawal
  • 1227 USING SMALL AREA ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES TO EXAMINE GEOGRAPHIC TRENDS IN SUICIDE RATES IN THE UNITED STATES
    Holly Hedegaard
  • 1360 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
    Rosario Valdez-Santiago
  • 2021 SUICIDE IN BANGLADESH: UNFOLDING THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL BURDEN FROM A NATIONWIDE SURVEY
    Salim Mahmud Chowdhury
  • 2286 CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE OF POISONING CASES IN A TERTIARY LEVEL TEACHING HOSPITAL IN BANGLADESH
    Farah Naz Rahman

Moderators:

POSTER SESSION

5 November

Road safety

Group 1

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0025 5-0101 INDEX OF SEVERITY OF INJURES IN PEDESTRIANS STRUCK BY MOTOR VEHICLE IN JALISCO MEXICO Carlos Enrique Cabrera Pivaral
0027 5-0102 TREND OF ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH IN SOUTH EAST ASIA REGIONS: A LITERATURE REVIEW DURING 2008-2016 AND NEEDED ACTIONS Rania Abdelhamid
0054 5-0103 DRIVER DISTRACTION, SEAT BELT USE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN KAMPALA CITY, UGANDA, AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Bonny Balugaba
0121 5-0104 THE RESTRICTION OF HOURS OF SALE OF LIQUORS: LIMA 2 010-17: TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS Mariella Huanuco
0149 5-0105 COMPARING ROAD SAFETY PERFORMANCE ACROSS COUNTRIES: DO DATA SOURCE AND TYPE OF MORTALITY INDICATOR MATTER? Xunjie Cheng
0208 5-0106 ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN POLAND: MAGNITUDE AND RISK FACTORS Krzysztof Goniewicz
0284 5-0107 COMPARISON OF THE DEGREE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LIFE IN TRAFFIC PROGRAM IN BRAZILIAN MUNICIPALITIES 2015 AND 2017 Otaliba Libanio de Morais Neto
0288 5-0108 UNDERAGE DRIVING AMONG MOTORCYCLE RICKSHAW DRIVERS IN PAKISTAN Ali Hammad Akbar
0298 5-0109 INVESTIGATING RED-LIGHT-RUNNING RATES IN SRI LANKA Niranga Amarasingha
0318 5-0110 CHILD PEDESTRIAN RISK AND SOCIAL EQUITY: SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ROADWAY SAFETY FEATURES IN TORONTO, CANADA Colin Macarthur

Road safety

Group 2

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0372 5-0201 THE ROLE OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FEATURES IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF SAFE ROAD PRACTICES AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN Enoch F. Sam
0373 5-0202 EVALUATION OF THE VISION ZERO SCHOOL SAFETY ZONES PROGRAM IN THE CITY OF TORONTO- POLICY MAKERS AND RESEARCHERS WORKING TOGETHER Linda Rothman
0376 5-0203 CAN WE TEACH CHILDREN TO CROSS STREETS USING VIRTUAL REALITY DELIVERED BY SMARTPHONE? RESULTS FROM CHINA David C. Schwebel
0418 5-0204 MODELING THE WAITING ENDURANCE TIME AT URBAN SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS Niranga Amarasingha
0424 5-0205 RTI NEW SEEDS Prakasit Boonchauy
0473 5-0206 TRAVEL BEHAVIOURS AND BARRIERS FOR TRANSPORT SAFETY OF OLDER ADULTS IN SRI LANKA Varuni Tennakoon
0474 5-0207 CRASH CHARACTERISTICS AND PATTERNS OF INJURY AMONG HOSPITALIZED ROAD TRAFFIC CRASH VICTIMS IN URBAN SRI LANKA Varuni Tennakoon
0485 5-0208 ROAD IMPEDANCE: ROAD TO DEATH Nazila Bano Khalid
0509 5-0209 THE SITUATION OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY IN SURANAREE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS, THAILAND. Seekaow Churproong
0962 5-0210 MOTORCYCLE RICKSHAWS IN PAKISTAN: ROAD SAFETY AND TRANSPORT POLICY IMPLICATIONS Mr. Muhammed Navid Tahir

Road safety

Group 3

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0573 5-0301 FACTORS RELATIONSHIP ON ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IN BANGKOK FROM SONGKRAN WATER FESTIVAL, 2560 Amornchai Trikunakornwong
0578 5-0302 THE EFFECTS OF MOTORCYCLE HELMETS ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES ACROSS DRIVING STATUS IN MOTORCYCLE CRASHES Seung Chul Lee
0580 5-0303 VULNERABILITY OF FEMALE PEDESTRIANS IN DIFFERENT CRASH LOCATIONS, A CASE-STUDY FOR IRAN Hassan Abdous
0581 5-0304 BURDEN OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES ON RURAL RESIDENTS, A CASE-STUDY FOR IRAN Hassan Abdous
0609 5-0305 EFFECTS OF A SPEED CAMERA PROJECT BY AUTOMATIC SPEED ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM ON AN URBAN ARTERIAL ROAD AT KHONKAEN CITY, THAILAND Phongphan TANKASEM
0614 5-0306 DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT PROBLEM SOLVING MODEL WITH DAN SAI SECURITY NETWORK. Pornpilai Niyomtin
0640 5-0307 KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TRAFFIC RULES IN KHULNA AREAS, BANGLADESH: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Mosharaf Hossain
0677 5-0308 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE USE OF PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES Helya Jafari-Shakib
0687 5-0309 A GAP ANALYSIS OF SPEED CAMERA PROGRAM IN OMAN Saif Al Ramadhani
0688 5-0310 EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF SUN GLARE ON MOTORCYCLIST INJURY SEVERITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Shiao-Tzu Ma

Road safety

Group 4

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0698 5-0401 EMPOWERING STATES TO PREVENT MOTOR VEHICLE INJURIES – TOOLS FROM THE CDC Ann Dellinger
0716 5-0402 INVESTIGATION ON KAP REGARDING CHILD SAFETY SEAT AMONG PARENTS OF CHILD AGED 4-6 Dan Zhao
0726 5-0403 STREETWISE - HELPING STUDENTS IN THAILAND GET TO SCHOOLS SAFELY Ratanawadee Winther
0733 5-0404 LEGISLATION CHANGE FOR ADAPTIVE AND SAFE DRIVING FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Karine Gabrielyan
0754 5-0405 ANALYSIS OF PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IN SCHOOL ZONES IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY Jayalath Edirisinghe
0757 5-0406 VISION ZERO IN CANADA: BUILDING MULTI-SECTORAL CAPACITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION Valerie Smith
0766 5-0407 MARIJUANA USE IN OLDER DRIVERS IN COLORADO: THE LONGROAD STUDY Carolyn DiGuiseppi
0788 5-0408 SUN GLARE IS ASSOCIATED WITH LARGE-VEHICLE DRIVER INJURY SEVERITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Chun-Hua Hu
0790 5-0409 AN ECOLOGICAL MODEL TO FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH BOOSTER SEAT USE: A POPULATION BASED STUDY Sarit Shimony Kanat
0791 5-0410 DO PARENTAL DECISION MAKING PATTERNS PREDICT COMPLIANCE WITH USE OF CHILD BOOSTER SEATS? Sarit Shimony Kanat

Road safety

Group 5

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0803 5-0501 NIGHT TIME VISIBILITY OF CROSSING PEDESTRIANS Vasantha Wickramasinghe
0871 5-0502 DEVELOPMENT OF MOHANAMAI NETWORK FOR IMPROVING ROAD SAFETY IN THE COMMUNITIES: LESSON AND SUCCESS OF THAILAND BOONRUANG KHAONUAN
0873 5-0503 PREDICTING THE OPERATIONAL SPEED OF FOUR-LANE HIGHWAYS BASED ON SIMULTANEOUS USAGE OF GEOMETRIC AND ROADSIDE FEATURES Babak Mirbaha
0890 5-0504 ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND ITS RELATION TO RIDER COMFORT Vasantha Wickramasinghe
0921 5-0505 DISTRACTED WALKING AMONG TEENS IN THE U.S.: ANALYSIS OF OBSERVATIONS Kristin Rosenthal
0927 5-0506 PREVALENCE OF SPEEDING IN FOUR MEXICAN CITIES Elisa Hidalgo-Solorzano
0930 5-0507 EVALUATION OF FIRST IMPACT--A MISSOURI GRADUATED DRIVER LICENSE (GDL) TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAM FOR PARENTS Michelle M. Gibler
0932 5-0508 TRAINING CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY TECHNICIANS BEYOND US BORDERS: USING SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS TO PROTECT FAMILIES ON ROADWAYS Shushanna Mignott
0936 5-0509 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CHILD RESTRAINT SISTEMS IN THE REDUCTION OF INJURIES AND DEATHS OF CHILDREN FROM ZERO TO FOUR YEARS IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN BRAZIL Júlio César Oliveira
0949 5-0510 SPEED LIMIT, HELMET USE AND DISTRACTED DRIVING: A ROAD SAFETY LEGISLATION ANALYSIS Lourdes Gomez-Garcia

Road safety

Group 6

Abstract Title Presenter
0982 5-0601 PREVALENCE OF BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTORS FOR ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN THE CITY OF SAO PAULO: FINDINGS FROM THE BLOOMBERG INITIATIVE FOR GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY (BIGRS) 2015-2017 Gabriel Andreuccetti
0997 5-0602 INVESTIGATION FACTORS AFFECTING MOTORIZED TWO-WHEEL VEHICLE ACCIDENT SEVERITY ON THAILAND NATIONAL HIGHWAY Premvut Chantanavong
1004 5-0603 POLICE IMPLEMENTATION ADVOCACY ON CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY WITH MULTI-SECTOR COLLABORATION Minyan(Monica) Cui
1028 5-0604 THE PROSPECTS FOR CHILD RESTRAINTS LEGISLATION IN THE PHILIPPINES Evita Mariz Ricafort
1077 5-0605 CHALLENGES THAT HINDERS THE APPLICATION OF THE ROAD SAFETY REGULATION: A LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT (LLE) OFFICER’S PERSPECTIVE IN MEXICO Francisco Ramon Mojarro
1089 5-0606 HOMELESS MAN … TANI’S MAN Kritsanol Umaji
1092 5-0607 PREVALENCE OF BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTORS FOR ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN THREE SOUTH AMERICAN CITIES Andres I. Vecino-Ortiz
1098 5-0608 ROAD SAFETY MANAGEMENT WITH THE DISTRICT HEALTH SYSTEM AMPHUR SRI SATCHANALAI, SUKHOTHAI PROVINCE Metasith Nuannieum
1099 5-0609 STATUS OF ROAD SAFETY IN BANGLADESH Tonmoy Kumer Dhar
1105 5-0610 USE OF SEAT-BELT AND ITS ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG DRIVERS AND FRONT PASSENGERS AT PESHAWAR (KPK): A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY Abdul Khaliq
1165 ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN ZAMBIA: A CONCERN FOR ACTION, A CALL FOR PREVENTION. Carolyne m. Mulenga

Road safety

Group 7

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1212 5-0701 Changing mind-sets: what can be done in Portugal, after policies implementation and huge reduction of road traffic injuries! Gregoria Amann
1213 5-0702 IMPLEMENTING A VALID VIRTUAL DRIVING TEST IN A GOVERNMENT DRIVER'S LICENSING WORKFLOW TO PREVENT NOVICE DRIVER MOTOR VEHICLE CRASHES Venk Kandadai
1165 5-0703 road traffic injuries in zambia: a concern for action, a call for prevention. Carolyne m. Mulenga
1305 5-0704 DRINK DRIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA (WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE) AND MEASURES TO SUPPRESS THE SCOURGE. David Frost
1327 5-0705 STATUS ANALYSIS OF NON-ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS OF ROAD ACCIDENTS ALONG TOLL ROADS, E01, E02 & E03- A CASE STUDY OF SRI LANKA Granie R Jayalath
1329 5-0706 CULTURAL AND SOCIAL PRACTICES: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE IN ROAD SAFETY Ahsan Kayani
1353 5-0707 FATALITY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-PRONE LOCATION IN RURAL INDONESIA Aning Isfandyari
1397 5-0708 REDUCING DISTRACTED MOTORCYCLE DRIVING IN CAMBODIA Pagna Kim
1403 5-0709 KAP SURVEY ON THE USE, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS CARSEAT SAFETY IN DOHA, QATAR. Rafael Consunji
1415 5-0710 STUDENTS ‘WALK THIS WAY’ SAFELY TO SCHOOL Mirjam Sidik

Road safety

Group 8

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1446 5-0801 UN DECADE OF ACTION FOR ROAD SAFETY IN NEPAL - A 7 YEAR FOLLOW UP Ashok Bajracharya
1469 5-0802 APPROACHES TO IDENTIFY HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS FOR ROAD SAFETY IN LOW-INCOME SETTINGS Kazi Burhan Uddin
1630 5-0803 DESIGNING A CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE EVALUATION MODEL FOR OMAN’S RESEARCH COUNCIL ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH PROGRAM Buthaina Al Kindi
1659 5-0804 METHADONE IN ORAL FLUID OF SPANISH DRIVERS F. Javier Alvarez
1666 5-0805 ASSESSMENT IMPACT OF BLACKSPOT FOCUSED POLICIES ON TRAFFIC SAFETY Laxman Singh Bisht
1691 5-0806 PUBLIC OPINION ON CONTRIBUTORY FACTORS FOR ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS Jayalath Edirisinghe
1698 5-0807 GOVERNING GLOBAL ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY – PROGRESS AND OBSTACLES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF AN EVOLVING GLOBAL POLICY AREA Ann-Catrin Kristianssen
1702 5-0808 SWEDISH VISION ZERO POLICIES FOR SAFETY – A COMPARATIVE POLICY CONTENT ANALYSIS Ann-Catrin Kristianssen
1722 5-0809 WHAT CAN BE DONE TO ADDRESS AN INCREASE IN MOTOR-CYCLE ACCIDENTS IN KENYA? A CASE STUDY OF NYANDARUA COUNTY Maryanne Muriuki
1785 5-0810 THE ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS IN ADVANCING SPEED POLICY ADVOCACY IN THE PHILIPPINES Mary Grace Anne Rosales-Sto. Domingo

Road safety

Group 9

Abstract Title Presenter
1823 5-0901 DOES VISION ZERO IN CANADIAN CITIES REPRESENT AN INTERSECTORAL STRATEGY TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES? Marie-Soleil Cloutier
1835 5-0902 ENACTING A COMPREHENSIVE ROAD SAFETY CODE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL IN THE PHILIPPINES Rochel Bartolay
1858 5-0903 ROAD ACCIDENT PREVENTION NETWORK "AMPHUR NAMPHONG" IN KHON KAEN Thitima Saenchot
1861 5-0904 SAFE CITY EVERYDAY ALL AGES 100% SAFETY HELMET BOTH MOTORISTS AND PASSENGERS NAKHON SI THAMMARAT PROVINCIAL POLICE Wanchai Eakpornpich
1874 5-0905 FROM EXCEPTIONAL PARTIES NETWORK TO THE CREATION OF A VOLUNTEER POLICE GIRL (NAMWAN UNIT) BUENG KAN PROVINCE Santisook Suthikulsombat
1875 5-0906 DO WE ALREADY HAVE THE ANSWERS TO PREVENT DEATHS ON OUR ROADS? IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF CORONERS’ RECOMMENDATIONS Marilyn Johnson
1885 5-0907 DEVELOP A PARTICIPATORY PROCESS OF NETWORK PARTNERS IN PREVENTION. AND SOLVE THE ROAD ACCIDENT ON MITRAPHAP ROAD MUNICIPALITY. KHON KAEN Mongkol Asavabhum
1889 5-0908 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TEAM MUENG SUKHOTHAI Luk Rattanataworn
1916 5-0909 THE EXPANDS MASTER BILINGUAL GUIDE ON RELIGIOUS PATHS Ariff Jae-Oah
1968 5-0910 DEVELOPMENT OF ACCELERATION AND DECELERATION MODELS FOR CURVES ON FOUR-LANE HIGHWAYS IN MOUNTAINOUS TERRAINS Suresh Nama

Road safety

Group 10

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2039 5-1001 INVESTIGATING ELDERLY ROAD TRAFFIC FATALITIES IN KHORASAN RAZAVI PROVINCE Ali Zayerzadeh
2047 5-1002 INTERCITY PUBLIC BUS DRIVERS' BEHAVIOR MODELING IN IRAN Ali Zayerzadeh
2095 5-1003 CANNABIS IN ORAL FLUID OF SPANISH DRIVERS 2011-2016 F. Javier Alvarez
2128 5-1004 BUILDING AN INEXPENSIVE CAMERA SYSTEM FOR ROAD USER BEHAVIOR OBSERVATION IN LMIC - LESSONS FROM THE FIELD Deike Albers
2152 5-1005 IMPROVING CYCLIST SAFETY: UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND PASSING DISTANCE Ben Beck
2179 5-1006 ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS DURING SONGKRAN FESTIVAL IN 2010-2016 Sopit Nasueb
2206 5-1007 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SMOKING HABITS AND UNSAFE ROAD BEHAVIOUR Aija Bukova-Zideluna
2213 5-1008 UDERSTANDING EXISTING ROAD USER BEHAVIOUS OF PEDESTRIANS, CYCLISTS AND MOTOR CYCLE RIDERS OF BASARORE - KHARAGPUR EXPRESSWAY IN INDIA Bikash Mohapatra
2224 5-1009 REVIEW OF ROAD SAFETY CONTENT IN CURRENT SCHOOL CURRICULUM MAHARASHTRA, INDIA Madhavi Gunandekar
2251 5-1010 THE PUBLIC UTILITY DRIVERS ACADEMY PROGRAM (DRIVERS ACADEMY): A CASE STUDY Maria Fatima Villena

Road safety

Group 11

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2269 5-1101 CHARACTERISTICS AND DETERMINANTS OF SPEEDING IN THE CITY OF ACCRA, GHANA: IMPLICATIONS FOR ROAD SAFETY MONITORING AND EVALUATION Isaac Botchey
2292 5-1102 DETERMINING AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY, AFFORDABILTY, AND ACCEPTABILITY OF CHILD RESTRAINTS TO SUPPORT LEGISLATION ON MANDATORY CHILD RESTRAINT USE IN PHILIPPINES Juliard John Go
2324 5-1103 IMPACT OF SCHOOL ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION ON HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN THE OPINION OF POLISH TEENAGERS Aneta Wnuk
2335 5-1104 A METHODICAL APPROACH WITH TANGIBLE RESULTS Valeria Motta
2350 5-1105 CAPACITIES OF ROAD SAFETY NGOS IN AFRICA Lotte Brondum
2355 5-1106 ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION CENTRE – IN THE SEARCH OF EFFECTIVE ROAD ACCIDENTS PREVENTIVE METHODS Aneta Wnuk
2367 5-1107 COMBATTING ROAD ACCIDENTS THROUGH BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES Shivi Vijayvergiya
2370 5-1108 POLISH PARENTS ROAD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE AND ACTIVITIES IN THIS SCOPE AGAINST SCHOOL ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION Aneta Wnuk
2382 5-1109 CURRENT CHALLENGES FOR ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION TEACHERS IN POLAND Aneta Wnuk
2386 5-1110 VULNERABILITY AMONG MOTORCYCLISTS: HELMET USE AND DISTRACTED DRIVING IN BANDUNG, INDONESIA Niloufer Taber

Road safety

Group 12

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2400 5-1201 ATTITUDES TOWARDS ROAD SAFETY PROBLEMS IN GROUP OF POLISH DRIVERS 50+ Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa
2407 5-1202 "BLUE-PINK RESPECT RULES-REDUCE ACCIDENTS-USING INNOVATIVE 6S OPERATION" Piyaporn Siripreechapan
2418 5-1203 ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH BLACK SPOT CORRECTION: EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES Md. Shahriar Alam
2421 5-1204 SCHOOL-BASED ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION IN MYANMAR Nay Soe Maung
2430 5-1205 A PATTERN OF RISK: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CRASHES AND RISKY DRIVING BEHAVIOURS IN YOUNG DRIVERS IN THE UNITED STATES. Elizabeth A. Walshe
2459 5-1206 PROBLEM OF DISTRACTION IN TRAFFIC – CASE OF MOBILE PHONES USE IN POLAND Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa
2469 5-1207 GUIDELINES ON TRAFFIC ACCIDENT MANAGEMENT IN AO LUK DISTRICT KRABI Prawich Khoonnikom
2480 5-1208 ROADSIDE ACCIDENT PREVENTION FOR PEOPLE PASSING IN TAMBON PONGNOK, AMPHUR THEPSATHIT, CHAIYAPHUM PROVINCE Nuttawut Champatong
2501 5-1209 LOCAL EMPOWERMENT FOR ROAD SAFETY - LERS - IN LEBANON & MENA Georges Metni
2503 5-1210 ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES FOR ROAD SAFETY, KRANUAN CROWN PRINCE HOSPITAL, KHON KAEN Wilai Tanalada

Road safety

Group 13

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2506 5-1301 ORIGINAL EDUCATIONAL METHOD IMPROVING SAFETY OF YOUNG ROAD USERS AND EVALUATION OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa
2508 5-1302 ESTIMATED EFFECT OF BEHAVIOR INFLUENCE (BI) ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT HELMET USE PROMOTION IN BANGKOK Nuttapong Boontob
2517 5-1303 A STUDY OF STUDENT DRIVER FACTOR AND BEHAVIOR THAT AFFECTS THE RISK OF ACCIDENTS FROM THE MOTORCYCLES Jirayu Aonsri
2529 5-1304 EXTENDING GRADUATED DRIVER LICENSING POLICY TO OLDER NOVICE DRIVERS: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CURRENT EVIDENCE Allison Curry
2534 5-1305 MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH, CITATION, AND LICENSE SUSPENSION RATES AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER Allison Curry
2536 5-1306 SPEEDING BEHAVIOUR OF BUS AND VAN DRIVERS ON MAJOR HIGHWAYS IN THAILAND Nuttapong Boontob
2543 5-1307 EVALUATION OF DRIVING SPEED CONTROL IN MOUNTAINOUS AREAS 118, CHIANG RAI - CHIANG MAI WITH AUTOMATIC SPEED CAMERA RADAR Noppadol Kornprasert
2545 5-1308 DEVELOPMENT OF ROAD SAFETY ORGANIZATION TO PROMOTE SAFE DRIVING BEHAVIOR OF PHAYA MENG RAI HOSPITAL OFFICER IN CHIANG RAI PROVINCE. Dumrong chuekaekai
2562 5-1309 IMPROVING SEATBELT USE THROUGH HIGH-TECH ENFORCEMENT IN A CHINESE CITY: RESULTS FROM AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Qingfeng Li
2604 5-1310 CROWD FUNDING FOR ROAD SAFETY IN THE THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES: LESSONS FROM ROAD SAFETY AMBASSADORS OF TANZANIA Judith Charles Marwa

Road safety

Group 14

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2611 5-1401 ADDRESSING POOR LEGISLATIVE BACKING FOR ROAD SAFETY AGREEMENTS IN AFRICA- THE 2007 ACCRA DECLARATION ON FIRST AID USE. Charles Ojugbana
2614 5-1402 THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETIES IN ROAD SAFETY LAW REFORMS: THE CASE OF TANZANIA John Seka
2620 5-1403 IMPORTANCE OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS PROTECTION ON THE ROAD TO ACHIEVE THE SDGS TO 2030 Casimir Kossi MIGAN
2386 5-1404 VULNERABILITY AMONG MOTORCYCLISTS: HELMET USE AND DISTRACTED DRIVING IN BANDUNG, INDONESIA Niloufer Taber
2635 5-1405 CONSTRUCTING A UNIFIED CONCEPT, THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, CHIANG RAI. Suriyan Tueyos
2654 5-1406 CONCENTRATION OF ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INCIDENCE BY VARIOUS CAUSES RELATIVE TO ALL PROVINCES ECONOMY IN THAILAND Nattadhanai Rajatanavi
2691 5-1407 «THE PROCESS OF REDUCING THE SPEED OF TRAFFIC IN UKRAINIAN CITIES FROM 60 TO 50 KM/H. INSTALLATION OF THE AUTOMATIC SPEED-FIXING SYSTEM» andrii bystrov
2694 5-1408 SEATBELT LAWS: ENFORCEMENT AND ALL THAT JAZZ Yla Gloria Marie Paras
2915 5-1409 INCIDENCE OF ROAD TRAFFIC CRASHES AND INJURIES; AND KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES ON ROAD SAFETY AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN A SUBURB OF COLOMBO, SRI LANKA Rangika Fernando
2917 5-1410 LEARNING FROM OFF ROAD ACCIDENT - OFF ROAD SAFE DRIVING IN KOC Mr. Sami Al-Enezi

Violence

Group 15

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0138 5-1501 INTEGRATING SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS IN PREVENTING CHILD ABUSE Deo Angelo G. Saique
0163 5-1502 A HUMAN RIGHTS FRAMEWORK TO UNDERSTAND, PREVENT, AND RESPOND TO YOUTH AND SCHOOL VIOLENCE Michael B. Greene
0246 5-1503 GENDER BASED VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF MAKURDI METROPOLIS IN BENUE STATE, NIGERIA. Chukwuemeka Okolo
0290 5-1504 EXPERIENCE OF SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG FEMALE ADOLESCENTS: FACTORS INCREASING VICTIMIZATION AND SUGGESTED PREVENTION AND SAFETY STRATEGIES Ezinne O. Uvere
0291 5-1505 MORE THAN JUST A BEATING: THE BURDEN OF INJURIES DUE TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE IN UGANDA- A 5 YEAR ANALYSIS Rebecca Nuwematsiko
0307 5-1506 THE EFFECT OF INSURANCE TYPE ON SUICIDES: COMPARISON BETWEEN YOUNG ADULTS AND ELDERLY Ji Yeon JO
0378 5-1507 EARLY HELP FOR MEN IMPROVES SAFETY OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN Sripriya Somasekhar
0379 5-1508 PREVENTING SEXUAL AND DATING VIOLENCE – MATES & DATES HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP PROGRAMME FOR HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS Becca Barrow
0456 5-1509 INTENTIONAL SELF-HARM AND ASSAULT INJURY HOSPITALISATION CHARACTERISTICS, TREATMENT COST, AND HEALTH OUTCOMES OF CHILDREN IN AUSTRALIA OVER A 10-YEAR PERIOD Rebecca Mitchell
0548 5-1510 CHILD PHYSICAL VIOLENCE BY PARENTS AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM A RURAL AREA IN SHANDONG PROVINCE, CHINA Haixue Wang

Violence

Group 16

Abstract Title Presenter
0591 5-1601 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS TO REDUCE VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE Corinne Peek-Asa
0661 5-1602 ESTIMATING THE FINANCIAL COSTS OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACES) IN EUROPE Mark Bellis
0695 5-1603 FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO MORTALITY DUE TO SUICIDE AMONG ADULTS IN BRAZIL Aglaer Nobrega
0869 5-1604 PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AMONG NURSES IN A TERTIARY LEVEL HOSPITAL, KATHMANDU Apsara Pandey
0889 5-1605 BULLYING VICTIMIZATION AND ITS CORRELATES AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES – RESULTS FROM GLOBAL SCHOOL HEALTH SURVEYS 2007-2010 Michal Grivna
0952 5-1606 VIOLENCE EXPERIENCE AND SAFETY CONCERNS AMONG US FEMALE COLLEGE STUDENTS Kele DING
0959 5-1607 SAFETY FOR WOMEN TRAVELLING BY ROAD IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM CAMBODIA AND BANGLADESH Julie King
0988 5-1608 DISCRIMINATION AND OBSTETRIC VIOLENCE IN MEXICAN MATERNITY WARDS Rosario Valdez
1006 5-1609 NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION POLICY IN JAPAN Yoshihide Sorimachi
1007 5-1610 SEX AND GENDER DISPARITIES IN EPIDEMIOLOGIC FEATURES AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF BICYCLISTS INJURIES Seung Chul Lee

Violence

Group 17

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1018 5-1701 ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN CHILDHOOD ASSOCIATED WITH INDIVIDUAL, RELATIONAL, AND CONTEXTUAL FACTORS AMONG ADOLESCENTS Dimitrinka Jordanova Peshevska
1039 5-1702 CAUSES AND OUTCOMES OF INTENTIONAL TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN UGANDA Nukhba Zia
1041 5-1703 CURRENT PROJECTS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN CRIME AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN GERMANY Erich Marks
1046 5-1704 TRENDS OF HOMICIDE IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS IN COLOMBIA (1992-2015): INTERNAL ARMED CONFLICT AND HINTS FOR POST-CONFLICT Ivan Arroyave
1204 5-1705 MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN AND GIRLS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE IN RUSSIA Margarita Kachaeva
1232 5-1706 CHILDREN’S EXPOSURE TO PHYSICAL ABUSE FROM A CHILD PERSPECTIVE-A POPULATION BASED STUDY IN RURAL BANGLADESH Atiqul Haque
1297 5-1707 SDG VIOLENCE PREVENTION TARGETS AND INTERNATIONAL ARMS CONTROL AGREEMENTS: HOW CROSS COLLABORATION COULD AMPLIFY RESULTS ON THE GROUND Masiku Phiri
1336 5-1708 EXPERIENCE OF MEXICAN ADOLESCENTS WITH SUICIDE ATTEMPT: A QUALITATIVE APPROACH Rosario Valdez
1352 5-1709 SELF-HARM BEHAVIORS AND MENTAL HEALTH AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE IN EARLY LIFE. FINDINGS FROM THE VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN SURVEYS (VACS) Andres Villaveces
1507 5-1710 HEALTH ACTION ON GENDER, VIOLENCE AND LIFE CYCLE Maria Bárbara Menezes

Violence

Group 18

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1560 5-1801 VIOLENT MORTALITY COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS MEXICO COLOMBIA 200-2015, DIFFERENCE AND SIMILARITIES Jorge-Martin Rodriguez
1608 5-1802 THE BURDEN OF SUICIDE IN RURAL BANGLADESH: MAGNITUDE AND RISK FACTORS Shumona Sharmin Salam
1744 5-1803 MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION AND OUTCOMES FOR THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION’S NATIONAL INITIATIVE TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE Kimberley Freire
1787 5-1804 SOURCES OF CHILDHOOD AND ADULT RESILIENCE AND THEIR IMPACT ON HARMS ASSOCIATED WITH ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES Karen Hughes
1793 5-1805 RAPE AND PREGNANCY OF ADOLESCENTS IN BRAZIL: CHARACTERISTICS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR GESTATIONAL HEALTH, DELIVERY AND BIRTH. Isabella Pinto
1801 5-1806 BEING YOUNG-BLACK-MALE INCREASES THE ODDS OF SUFFERING POLICE NON-LETHAL VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL, ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL HEALTH SURVEY 2013 Maria Fernanda Peres
1807 5-1807 "MITING SPACES, BUILDING LINKS" Leonor Leinecker
1809 5-1808 COUNTING DEAD WOMEN: A REVIEW OF INTIMATE-PARTNER FEMICIDE IN AUSTRALIA Patricia Cullen
1811 5-1809 EVALUATING THE PERIOD OF PURPLE CRYING PROGRAM: PROBLEMS OF NO STATISTICAL POWER Karen Sadler

Violence

Group 19

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1994 5-1901 HAIR-3R'S (RECOGNISE, RESPOND AND REFER) - FAMILY VIOLENCE TRAINING FOR HAIRDRESSERS Jenny Jackson
1995 5-1902 FINLAND`S NATIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR SAFETY PROMOTION AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH UNDER 25 YEARS Ulla Korpilahti
2050 5-1903 ESTIMATING THE BURDEN OF INJURIES AMONG URBAN CHILDREN IN BANGLADESH FROM A NATIONWIDE SURVEY: EVIDENCE FOR POLICY IMPLICATION Salim Mahmud Chowdhury
2062 5-1904 ORGANIZED ANTAGONISM IN SWEDEN: WHERE VIOLENT THREATS INTERTWINE Amir Rostami
2063 5-1905 REDUCING ALCOHOL RELATED INJURY: EXPERIENCES FROM AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL FROM RURAL SOUTH INDIA Leeberk Raja Inbaraj
2116 5-1906 VIOLENCE PREVENTION INFORMATION SYSTEM: THE METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERACTIVE KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM OF SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS ON VIOLENCE Nadia Butler
2126 5-1907 ALCOHOL’S HARMS TO OTHERS: THE HARMS FROM OTHER PEOPLE’S ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN WALES, UNITED KINGDOM Zara Quigg
2135 5-1908 STOP SEXUAL VIOLENCE: AN EVALUATION OF A TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR NIGHTLIFE WORKERS IN EUROPE Zara Quigg
2143 5-1909 VIOLENCE AGAINST DOCTORS: REVIEW OF LITERATURE Sarthak Nepal
2845 6-0110 MENTAL CRISIS EMERGENCY PATIENTS ACCESSING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES IN THAILAND Porntip Wachiradilok

Violence

Group 20

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2209 5-2001 VALIDATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE TO GUN VIOLENCE QUESTIONNAIRE IN A NIGERIAN POPULATION Ime Akpan John
2237 5-2002 TRENDS IN INEQUALITIES IN SUICIDE MORTALITY BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL IN COLOMBIA, 1998-2015 Ivonne Ordóñez-Monak
2271 5-2003 PHOTOVOICE AND YOUTH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF VIOLENCE AND RELATED TOPICS Yingwei Yang
2426 5-2004 SOCIAL SAFETY AUDITS FOR WOMEN’S SAFETY IN INDIA - NEED OF THE DAY Srivani Narayanam
2451 5-2005 TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITIES IN HOMICIDE IN COLOMBIA, 1998-2015, A CHALLENGE: WHILE HOMICIDE RATES FALL DISPARITIES GROW Ivan Arroyave
2456 5-2006 THE PATTERN AND SEVERITY OF VIOLENCE RELATED INJURIES IN SRI LANKA Achala Upendra Jayatilleke
2457 5-2007 NOTIFICATIONS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND RAPE AGAINST WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES IN BRAZIL: ADDITIONAL VULNERABILITIES Mariana Gonçalves de Freitas
2458 5-2008 REDUCING KIDNAPPING OF ROAD USERS ON BAD ROAD SECTIONS OF HIGHWAYS IN NIGERIA Charles Ojugbana
2472 5-2009 INJURY AND VIOLENCE RELATED FATALITIES IN SRI LANKA: AN ANALYSIS OF AUTOPSY REPORTS Apsara De Silva
2494 5-2010 ANALYSIS ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VIOLENCE BASED ON DATA FROM THE CHINESE NATIONAL INJURY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM IN 2016 Jingyi Jia

6 November

Violence

Group 1

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2555 6-0101 DEATH AS RESULT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN MOZAMBIQUE, MAPUTO CITY AND PROVINCE: RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF 2-YEAR (JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2017) Casimiro Macucha
2568 6-0102 "BRINGING PEACE TO THE PEOPLE": RADIO SHOW AS A RESOURCE TO KNOWLEDGE ON GUN VIOLENCE Chukwuemeka Okolo
2633 6-0103 HOMICIDES IN CHICAGO, 2017: A STRIKING DECLINE Suzanne Mclone
2642 6-0104 SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SUICIDE IN ELDERLY, COLOMBIA: 2009-2013 Ivonne Ordóñez Monak
2686 6-0105 THE PREVALENCE AND PREDICTORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING A MIDWIFE AND OBSTETRICS UNIT IN THE WESTERN CAPE. Megan Malan
2711 6-0106 PERCEPTION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE AMONG PHARMACIST IN F BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Milka Dancevic-Gojkovic
2747 6-0107 INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE THE RISK OF VIOLENCE TOWARD EMERGENCY PERSONNEL IN THAILAND Sutat Kongkhuntod
2803 6-0108 INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE –RELATED INJURY IN A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING MIDDLE EASTERN COUNTRY Ayman El-Menyar
2829 6-0109 ZINDAGII SHOISTA - LIVING WITH DIGNITY: AN INNOVATIVE FAMILY-CENTRED APPROACH TO TACKLING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS IN RURAL TAJIKISTAN Shahribonu Shonasimova
2856 6-0110 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDREN’S VIOLENCE-SUPPORTIVE ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCE OF VIOLENCE VICTIMISATION AND PERPETRATION IN AFGHANISTAN Abdul Wahid Siddiq

Child safety

Group 2

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0084 6-0201 CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION: FROM KNOWLEDGE TO PRACTICE SANOM DISTRICT, SURIN PROVINCE, THAILAND Boonlom Seechuen
0157 6-0202 WA CONSUMER PRODUCT ADVOCACY NETWORK - REDUCING THE RISK OF CHILDHOOD INJURIES RELATED TO CONSUMER PRODUCTS. Anita Tsvetkov
0211 6-0203 IMPACT OF CHILD-FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES ON PATIENT AND PARENT SATISFACTION IN THE PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OF A LOW TO MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRY: AN INTERVENTIONAL STUDY Rubaba Naeem
0250 6-0204 GEOSPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PEDESTRIAN INJURIES AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN THE GREATER KAMPALA METROPOLITAN AREA, UGANDA Frederick Oporia
0324 6-0205 CHILD MUAYTHAI-BOXING: CONFLICT OF HEALTH AND CULTURE Jiraporn Laothamatas
0426 6-0206 INCIDENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES AMONG CHILDREN IN A RESOURCE LIMITED SETTING IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Charles Ssemugabo
0427 6-0207 COSTS OF UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES AMONG CHILDREN IN AN URBAN SLUM COMMUNITY IN KAMPALA CITY, UGANDA Charles Ssemugabo
0458 6-0208 INJURY TREATMENTS AND OUTCOMES IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: CASE-CONTROL STUDY Carolyn Diguiseppi
0460 6-0209 INVESTIGATION OF USING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WHILE WALKING AMONG MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS IN HANGZHOU Ou Wu
0516 6-0210 SEVERELY INJURED CHILDREN ADMITTED TO A DANISH UNIVERSITY LEVEL TRAUMA CENTRE 2002-2016. Christian Faergemann

Child safety

Group 3

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0697 6-0301 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND OUTCOMES OF PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN KOREA. Sanghun Lee
0883 6-0302 PEDIATRIC SAFETY PRACTICES AT HOMES IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Michal Grivna
0904 6-0303 PROTECTING KIDS IN SCHOOL ZONES Kristin Rosenthal
1036 6-0304 ESCALATOR-RELATED INJURIES AGAINST PRESCHOOLERS: AN IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION IN SHAN XI PROVINCE, CHINA Zuhui Chen
1053 6-0305 PREVENTING CHILD INJURY FROM HAZARDOUS CONSUMER PRODUCTS: A 10 YEAR PARTNERSHIP IN ISRAEL Esti Golan
1217 6-0306 SAFE KIDS. A HOLISTIC APPROACH ON SAFETY PROMOTION IN PORTUGAL Gregoria Amann
1259 6-0307 CHILD MALTREATMENT PREVENTION: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF EUROPEAN NATIONAL POLICIES Dinesh Sethi
1289 6-0308 PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES REQUIRING HOSPITALIZATION: SEX AND AGE DIFFERENCES Jingzhen Yang
1318 6-0309 USING THE MEDIA PREVENT CHILD INJURY: DEVELOPING A MEDIA SURVEILLANCE DATABASE Esti Golan
1333 BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS FOR INJURY INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SCHOOL ACCORDING TO GENDER: AN ECOLOGIC STUDY Juok Park
1441 6-0310 SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN VULNERABILITY FOR INJURIES BETWEEN BOYS AND GIRLS IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA Megan Prinsloo

Child safety

Group 4

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1474 6-0401 HEALTH ACTION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH AT RISK Maria Bárbara Menezes
1553 6-0402 EXPLORING PARENTS’ PRACTICES REGARDING CHILD SAFETY AT HOME: A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN IRAN Atena Barat
1568 6-0403 SAFE MEDICINE STORAGE: A LOOK AT THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN PARENT KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOR Morag Mackay
1616 6-0404 TRAINING CHILDREN IN ROAD CROSSING SKILLS USING A SIMULATED ROAD ENVIRONMENT Yolande Baker
1637 6-0405 POTENTIAL HOME ENVIRONMENT CHANGE FOR CHILD INJURY PREVENTION IN RURAL AREAS OF NEPAL. A QUALITATIVE STUDY Santosh Bhatta
1714 6-0406 IMPACTS OF INTERNATIONAL SAFE SCHOOL PROGRAMS IN JAPAN Hisato Imai
1747 6-0407 SIBLING SAFETY: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF THE SUPER SIBLINGS PROGRAM TO IMPROVE CHILD SUPERVISION Marissa Swanson
1752 6-0408 PREDICTORS OF SUPERVISEE INJURY HISTORY AMONG UGANDAN SIXTH-GRADE STUDENTS Marissa Swanson
1753 6-0409 CHILD PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: INDIVIDUAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATES OF INTERACTIONS WITH VEHICLES AT STREET CROSSINGS AROUND SCHOOLS AND PARKS Marie-Soleil Cloutier
1333 6-0410 BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS FOR INJURY INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SCHOOL ACCORDING TO GENDER: AN ECOLOGIC STUDY Juok Park

Child safety

Group 5

Abstract Title Presenter
1989 6-0501 SCOPING REVIEW OF PARENT PERSPECTIVES ON SAFE AND ACTIVE RECREATION FOR CHILDREN LIVING WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER. Lise Olsen
2019 6-0502 ANGEL EYES CAMPAIGN(RELATED TO SCHOOL BUSES) Jong Deuk Hong
2071 6-0503 SAVE KIDS LIVES THROUGH THE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITIES Jesus De La Fuente
2077 6-0504 FROM PREPAREDNESS TO RESILIENCE : CASE STUDY ON CHILD SAFETY FOR SURVIVAL IN THAILAND Chutima Thongtem
2082 6-0505 PARENTAL EMPOWERMENT TO PREVENT HOME INJURIES IN CHILDREN IN NEPAL Puspa Raj Pant
2175 6-0506 CHILD RESISTANT BALCONIES: AN EXPERIMENT OF CLIMBING BEHAVIOR FOR PREVENTING FALL BY DESIGNING FENCES Koji Kitamura
2187 6-0507 HOME SAFETY FOCUS ON CHILDS Muhammad Imran Haider
2239 6-0508 A REVIEW OF STUDY DESIGNS IN CHILDHOOD UNINTENTIONAL INJURY PREVENTION RESEARCH IN THE PUBLISHED LITERATURE Linda Rothman
2245 6-0509 PLAY SAFE BE SAFE: A SESAME WORKSHOP INTERVENTION ON CHILDHOOD INJURY PREVENTION IN BANGLADESH Gopal Dey
2281 6-0510 A MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE FOR FOOD CHOKING PREVENTION IN CHILDREN: THE MALAYSIAN SAFEFOOD4CHILDREN EXPERIENCE AS A WORKING MODEL Dario Gregori

Child safety

Group 6

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2395 6-0601 KIDS ALARM Attaporn Paiteerakul
2541 6-0602 CHILDREN'S SAFETY PILOT PROJECT ON THE ROAD, PASAK CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT CENTER, LAMPHUN PROVINCE, WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF THE COMMUNITY Vassana Samanasak
2553 6-0603 ACCIDENT DEATHS IN CHILDREN IN MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE: RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF 2-YEAR (JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2017) Casimiro Macucha
2564 6-0604 IMPLEMENTATION AND DISSEMINATION OF A SMARTPHONE APPLICATION TO PREVENT CHILD INJURIES IN MALAYSIA Arielle Mancuso
2576 6-0605 IDENTIFICATION OF RISK FACTORS OF UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES IN DAYCARE CENTERS IN MEXICO Ricardo Pérez-Núñez
2586 6-0606 MERIT MAKER TEAM MANAGEMENT FOR DROWNING PREVENTION IN MAUNGSURIN DISTRICT. KamolPhu Boonsri
2618 6-0607 CHILD AND ADOLESCENT SAFETY Jonnabhotla Usha Rani
2651 6-0608 PREVENTION OF FURNITURE-RELATED INJURY USING AI CAMERA AND DIGITAL HUMAN CHILD MODEL Tsubasa Nose
2659 6-0609 TREND ANALYSIS FOR ASSESSING REMAINING AT-RISK ACTIVITIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AS TODDLER MORTALITY APPROACHES TARGET ZERO, CANADA 1991-2014 Peter Barss
2703 6-0610 PREVENTION OF CHILD INJURIES IN BELARUS Leonid Lomat

Drowning

Group 7

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0134 6-0701 AQUATIC SURVIVAL PROGRAM – GHANA Felix L. Uzor
0135 6-0702 IMPROVING WATER SAFETY ON BEACHES AND TOURIST SITES IN GHANA Felix L. Uzor
0204 6-0703 MARKETING STRATEGIES THAT HELP TO REDUCE DROWNINGS BY CHANGING SKILLS, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOURS. Roger Sweeney
0251 6-0704 TODDLER DROWNING PREVENTION IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA: COMPARING WATER SAFETY PRACTICES AND KNOWLEDGE OF PARENTS BORN IN AUSTRALIA AND OVERSEAS Gemma Crawford
0255 6-0705 A STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR DROWNING PREVENTION AND WATER SAFETY IN THE WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA Abigail Simons
0276 6-0706 INCIDENCE, DEMOGRAPHICS, AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE OCCURRENCE OF DROWNING IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA Abigail Simons
0286 6-0707 ‘I SAW IT IN IN THE NEWS TODAY’: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF DROWNING IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NEWS MEDIA OVER TWO SUMMERS. Justine Leavy
0287 6-0708 0 THROUGH 5 YEARS: AN EVALUATION OF A KIDS DROWNING PREVENTION PROGRAM KEEP WATCH IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Justine E. Leavy
0512 6-0709 ANALYSIS OF DEATH FACTORS OF STUDENTS DROWNING AND PREVENTING STRATEGY IN TAIWAN Joan Hsu
0717 6-0710 MERMAID TAILS, ARE THEY SAFE? Lauren Nimmo

Drowning

Group 8

Abstract Title Presenter
0719 6-0801 HOME POOL INSPECTIONS AND COMPLIANCE IN PREVENTION OF UNINTENTIONAL DROWNINGS AMONG 0-4 YEAR OLD’S Lauren Nimmo
0744 6-0802 FROM ROLE OF THE SEARCHER DROWNING VICTIMS LEAD TO DROWNING PREVENTION IN THE COMMUNITY, NAKHON RATCHASIMA PROVINCE, THAILAND Chanchai Supawerakul
0768 6-0803 MERIT MAKER: CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION PROGRAM IN THAILAND Som Ekchaloemkiet
1000 6-0804 DEATHS BY IMMERSION IN AND AROUND HOMES IN CANADA, TWENTY THREE YEARS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND FAILED POLICY: A BUILT ENVIRONMENT ISSUE Peter Barss
1060 6-0805 UNDERSTANDING LAPSES IN SUPERVISION OF CHILDREN 0-4 YEARS WHO DROWNED IN AUSTRALIA Amy Peden
1062 6-0806 LIVED EXPERIENCES, DROWNINGS AND IMPACT OF WATER-RELATED NATURAL DISASTERS IN ASSAM, INDIA Jagnoor Jagnoor
1103 6-0807 COLLABORATING TO CREATE THE FIRST CANADIAN DROWNING PREVENTION PLAN Stephen Beerman
1394 6-0808 MERIT MAKER SURATTHANI Audjakorn Somkietkul
1642 6-0809 MAIN OUTPUTS OF THE II INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON DROWNING PREVENTION (CIPREA) Isabel García Sanz
1646 6-0810 SITUATIONS OF CHILD DROWNING AND PREVENTION BY “MERIT MAKER” TEAM IN SURIN PROVINCE Saluckjit Sakulrak

Drowning

Group 9

Abstract Title Presenter
1649 6-0901 DROWNING PREVENTION CAMPAIGNS, DO THEY REALLY WORK? Inés González Díaz
1693 6-0902 IMPORTANCE ON DROWNING PREVENTION MESSAGES Isabel García Sanz
1697 6-0903 IMPACT OF DROWNING PREVENTION CAMPAIGN #STOPAHOGADOS Inés González Díaz
1904 6-0904 AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY TO INFORM POTENTIAL DROWNING INTERVENTION STRATEGIES AMONG FISHING COMMUNITIES IN THE LAKE ZONE OF TANZANIA Philip Ayieko
1915 6-0905 INLAND WATERWAYS DROWNING PREVENTION PROJECT: A 12-MONTH OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF URBAN WATERWAY USERS IN TWO AUSTRALIAN STATES Rhiannon Birch
1917 6-0906 BUILDING THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR RIVER DROWNING PREVENTION: THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE Amy Peden
1921 6-0907 ENSURING CHILDREN ARE BEING TAUGHT THE SKILLS FOR DROWNING PREVENTION Stacey Pidgeon
1922 6-0908 AN OVERVIEW OF FATAL, UNINTENTIONAL DROWNING IN PUBLICALLY ACCESSIBLE SWIMMING POOLS IN AUSTRALIA Alison Mahony
1927 6-0909 REVIEWING THE NATIONAL SWIMMING AND WATER SAFETY EDUCATION FRAMEWORK: A DROWNING PREVENTION STRATEGY Stacey Pidgeon

Drowning

Group 10

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1949 6-1001 CHILDREN’S RISK TAKING BEHAVIORS OF TOWARDS WATER: EXPERIENCES FROM COASTAL AREAS OF BANGLADESH Fazlul Kader Chowdhury
1956 6-1002 AN 8-YEAR-OLD GIRL SAVED A LIFE FROM DROWNING BY PERFORMING RESCUE TECHNIQUES: A SUCCESS STORY OF SWIMSAFE PROGRAM IN BANGLADESH Fazlul Kader Chowdhury
2015 6-1003 DROWNING DISASTER DURING ROHINGYA MIGRATION IN BANGLADESH IN THE 2017 YEAR. Rabbya Ashrafi
2017 6-1004 BEACH SAFETY KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES AMONG BEACH USERS IN COX’S BAZAR, AND THE CHALLENGES TO IMPLEMENTING A LIFEGUARD SERVICE IN BANGLADESH Mohammad Jahangir Hossain
2049 6-1005 REVIEW OF A NATIONAL WATER SAFETY AND DROWNING PREVENTION MODEL THREE YEARS ON: A SRI LANKAN CASE STUDY Rhiannon Birch
2149 6-1006 ISSUES IN DATA AVAILABILITY AND RESULTS IN TWO INTERNATIONAL SURVEYS ON DROWNING Louis-Rachid Salmi
2150 6-1007 IMPACT OF A MULTI-SECTORAL INJURY PREVENTION INITIATIVE: PLAY IT SAFE BY THE WATER 1997-2017 Bernadette Matthews
2158 6-1008 EXAMINING THE GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION OF DISCRETE AND AGGREGATE DROWNING EVENTS USING AMBULANCE VICTORIA ATTENDED CASES. Bernadette Matthews
2181 6-1009 EFFECTIVENESS OF ADOLESCENT BRIGADE IN ENHANCING CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION PROGRAMME IN BANGLADESH Aminur Rahman
2293 6-1010 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SUITABLE PORTFOLIO OF DROWNING REDUCTION INTERVENTIONS FOR USE BY NEW AND DEVELOPING ORGANISATIONS IN LMIC’S Darren Williams

Drowning

Group 11

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2298 6-1101 OPERATION LIFE PRESERVER: DROWNING PREVENTION PROGRAM IN NORTHERN CANADA Ted Rankine
2373 6-1102 IF NOT FLOATING, CHILDREN MAY BE DROWNED Suprapar Wongchanon
2397 6-1103 CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION IN A LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME SETTING: LESSONS FROM BANGLADESH Adnan Hyder
2461 6-1104 ROAD SAFETY PROJECT IN NONG SAENG PROVINCIAL PRIMARY SCHOOL Pranee Srijulahaad
2510 6-1105 BURDEN AND RISK FACTORS FOR DROWNING IN PORTUGAL FROM 2008 TO 2015 Barbara Menezes
2572 6-1106 STRENGTHENING MULTISECTORAL ACTIONS ON DROWNING PREVENTION IN THE PHILIPPINES John Juliard Go
2621 6-1107 A NATIONAL WATER SAFETY PLAN TO REDUCE DROWNING BY 50%, IMPACTS AND LESSONS Justin Scarr
2759 6-1108 EFFECTS OF COACHING TO PREVENTIVE AND FIRST AID CHILDHOOD DROWNING BY USING KORAT SONG FOR CAREGIVERS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL Kanyapat Niyomsat
2820 6-1109 9 THREAD COLORS FOR SAVE LIVES CHILD DROWNING PREVENTION IN CHUMPOLBURI DISTRICT, SURIN PROVINCE Sangwan Chorthong
2825 6-1110 SWIM FOR SAFETY SRI LANKA – SURVIVAL SWIMMING AND WATER SAFETY EDUCATION AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN. E.M.J.S.K Ekanayaka

Evidence policy

Group 12

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0148 6-1201 UNINTENTIONAL INJURY MORTALITY ATTRIBUTED TO CHANGES IN DATA REPORTING FOR AMERICANS AGED 65 YEARS AND OLDER, 1999-2016 Guoqing Hu
0151 6-1202 TRENDS IN INJURY MORBIDITY IN CHINA, 1993-2013: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF POPULATION-BASED SURVEY DATA Peishan Ning
0413 6-1203 PREVALENCE AND NATURE OF TRAUMA AND INJURIES IN KARACHI. NATIONAL TRAUMA REGISTRY OF PAKISTAN “THE NEED OF THE HOUR.” Dr. Muhammad Muzzammil
0417 6-1204 A THREE-STEP GENDERED LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS ON DATING VICTIMIZATION PROFILES: CORRELATES WITH FAMILY AND PEER CONTEXTUAL RISK FACTORS, INJURIES AND MENTAL HEALTH Martine Hebert
0459 6-1205 VICTORIAN INJURY ATLAS: A WEB-BASED TOOL FOR EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF INJURY DATA TO SUPPORT EVIDENCE-BASED DECISION MAKING IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA Himalaya Singh
0517 6-1206 PROFILE OF INJURY RELATED DISABILITY IN BANGALORE, SOUTH INDIA - A COMMUNITY BASED CROSS SECTION STUDY Vani Chalageri
0582 6-1207 BURDEN OF OUT-OF-HOSPITAL TRAUMATIC CARDIAC ARREST IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN: CAPTURE-RECAPTURE ANALYSIS Minaz Mawani
0583 6-1208 CHARACTERISTICS OF TRAUMATIC OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST PATIENTS PRESENTING TO MAJOR CENTERS IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN Minaz Mawani
0669 6-1209 MORTALITY IMPACTS OF INTERVENTIONS FOR UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES: PRIORITIZING EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR LOWER AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES Andres I. Vecino-Ortiz
0706 6-1210 USING INJURY SEVERITY SCORES IN TRAUMA RESEARCH – A REVIEW FROM LOW- AND MIDDLE- INCOME COUNTRIES Amber Mehmood

Evidence policy

Group 13

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0845 6-1301 HOSPITAL BURDEN OF PEDIATRIC INJURIES IN OMAN Amber Mehmood
0900 6-1302 THE CONNECTION BETWEEN UNINTENTIONAL INJURY AND HUMAN RIGHTS Mark Ryan
0940 6-1303 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NON-FATAL INJURIES AMONG COMMUNITY MEMBERS OF MBARARA MUNICIPALITY, UGANDA Rebecca Nuwematsiko
0965 6-1304 A REPORT OF THE SURVEY ON PERCEPTION OF THE SHANGHAI TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT RULES ON CHILD RESTRAINT Minyan(Monica) Cui
0981 6-1305 APPLICATION OF APP ON MOBILE DEVICE FOR PROMOTING WATER SAFETY IN TAIWAN David B. CHEN
1037 6-1306 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN UGANDA – DEVELOPMENT OF HOSPITAL BASED MHEALTH REGISTRY USING INJURY SURVEILLANCE FRAMEWORK Nukhba Zia
1038 6-1307 CAUSES AND OUTCOMES OF UNINTENTIONAL TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN UGANDA Amber Mehmood
1040 6-1308 CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY VICTIMS: DATA FROM A TERTIARY-CARE HOSPITAL IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Amber Mehmood
1191 6-1309 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF OCULAR INJURY IN BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM NATIONAL HEALTH AND INJURY SURVEY 2016 Junnatul Ferdoush
1196 6-1310 MENTAL HEALTH AND SEVERE POISONING BY MEDICATION, ALCOHOL, AND ILLICIT DRUGS AMONG OLDER ADULTS. A SWEDISH NATIONAL REGISTER-BASED STUDY Lucie Laflamme

Evidence policy

Group 14

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1200 6-1401 DATA-DRIVEN INCIDENCE DIFFERENCE-IN-DIFFERENCES ESTIMATORS FOR CAUSAL INFERENCE WITH AGGREGATE COUNTS AND RATES Carl Bonander
1284 6-1402 LOOKING AHEAD AT UNINTENTIONAL INJURY AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FOR A LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH? Ann Dellinger
1317 6-1404 ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION GENERATED DURING THE PILOT-TESTING OF THE STATISTIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR POISONING AND INTOXICATIONS (SIEEI) IN MEXICO Ricardo Pérez-Núñez
1359 6-1404 DIGITAL DATA COLLECTION IN A LARGE COMMUNITY-BASED INJURY SURVEY: EXPERIENCE FROM A LOW-INCOME COUNTRY SETTING Kabir Hossen
1422 6-1405 ADDRESSING GENDER AND EQUITY IN ROAD SAFETY IN THAILAND Liviu Vedrasco
1431 6-1406 MONITORING ALCOHOL INTOXICATIES ANS ALCOHOL RELAXED INJURIES - IMPROVEMENT OF DATA COLLECTION Karin Klein Wolt
1488 6-1407 TEMPORAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGIC TRENDS IN FATAL INJURY REPORTING: AN INITIAL REPORT FROM THE QATAR INJURY DEATH STUDY GROUP Soughra Mouemel
1489 6-1408 PHILIPPINE ROAD SAFETY DATA: GAPS AND CHALLENGES Maria Fatima A. Villena
1525 6-1409 TARGET OF SDGS “BY 2020, HALVE THE NUMBER OF GLOBAL DEATHS AND INJURIES FROM ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS”: A BASELINE OF CHILD TRAFFIC INJURIES DATA IN BRAZIL Gabriela Guida de Freitas
1554 6-1410 AI PLATFORM FOR RESPONDING TO CHILD MALTREATMENT AND SIMULATING FUTURE RECURRENT RISK Kota Takaoka

Evidence policy

Group 15

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1562 6-1501 BEING PHYSICALLY ACTIVE ELEVATES RISK FOR INJURY AMONGST UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A MULTI-CENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN CHINA Liping Li
1593 6-1502 CHARACTERISTICS AND RISK FACTORS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY-RELATED INJURY (PARI) AMONG CHINESE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS Weicong Cai
1624 DISENTANGLING AGE–GENDER INTERACTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH RISKS OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN THE SULTANATE OF OMAN Amira Al-Aamri
1628 6-1503 STATUS OF INJURY PREVENTION RESEARCH IN NEPAL; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Julie Mytton
1635 6-1505 CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND THE RISK OF ROAD TRAFFIC CRASH IN OLDER DRIVERS: RESULTS FROM THE GAZEL COHORT Louis-Rachid Salmi
1641 6-1506 ESTABLISHING AN INJURY RESEARCH CENTRE IN NEPAL; CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Sunil Kumar Joshi
1663 6-1507 INJURY SURVEILLANCE IN A HOSPITAL LEADS TO COMPLETE TRAFFIC INJURY DATA AND LOCAL SUSTAINABLE TRAFFIC INJURY PREVENTION. UPDATE POLICE UNDER-REPORTING THROUGH 22 YEARS Børge Ytterstad
1667 6-1508 BRINGING BACK THE DEAD: RECONCILIATION OF ROAD TRAFFIC MORTALITY STATISTICS IN THAILAND Vorasith Sornsrivichai
1685 6-1509 COMMUNITY BASED EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN DELHI. Sunita Verma
1704 6-1510 COSTING OF INJURY BURDEN CAN TRIGGER PLANNING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Sunita Verma

Evidence policy

Group 16

Abstract Title Presenter
1756 6-1601 OUTCOMES FOLLOWING INJURY IN YOUNG PEOPLE REBECCA IVERS
1768 6-1602 ASSESSING MOTORCYCLE HELMET USE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES – ADVANTAGES OF NATURALISTIC OBSERVATION OVER HOSPITAL BASED AND ROAD SIDE QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEYS Felix Siebert
1782 6-1603 AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN OF ROAD SAFETY POLICIES IN TORONTO, CANADA Liraz Fridman
1797 6-1604 DIGITIZING DATA COLLECTION FOR ROADSIDE OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES: THE PROCESS AND EXPERIENCE Nino Paichadze
1803 6-1605 THE COSTS OF HEAD INJURY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Fahra Rajabali
1804 6-1606 USING COST TO MEASURE THE BURDEN OF INFANT ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Fahra Rajabali
1818 6-1607 INVOLVING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH BY PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT THROUGH MEMORIAL FUND Bhagabati Sedain
1821 6-1608 EXAMINING THE IMPACTS OF UNIVERSAL BICYCLE HELMET LAWS ON INJURY, HELMET USE, AND RIDERSHIP: FINDINGS FROM A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW Keshia Pollack Porter
1842 ESTIMATION OF RISK TO PEDESTRIANS ON RAIL TRACKS ON MUMBAI SUBURBAN Sai Baba Darbamulla
1873 6-1610 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, HEALTH INSURANCE AND LONG-TERM INJURY-RELATED DISABILITY IN VIETNAM Abdulgafoor Bachani

Evidence policy

Group 17

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1897 6-1702 ESTIMATION OF SEVERITY BY TYPE AND INTENTION OF YOUTH INJURY USING INURY PYRAMID Paradorn Sopa
1937 6-1702 SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENCES IN EQUIPMENT-BASED PLAYGROUND INJURIES IN ONTARIO: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY. Tanita Siladi
1954 6-1703 INJURIES AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES – RESULTS FROM GLOBAL SCHOOL HEALTH SURVEY 2007-2010 Michal Grivna
1962 6-1704 URGENT NEED TO ADDRESS INJURY DEATHS IN CHILDREN IN THE INDIAN STATE OF BIHAR G. Anil Kumar
2046 6-1705 PEDESTRIANS ARE THE MAJOR CONCERN OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM A NATIONWIDE SURVEY Salim Mahmud Chowdhury
2064 6-1706 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES AMONG URBAN POPULATION IN BANGLADESH: FINDING FROM A NATIONWIDE SURVEY Salim Mahmud Chowdhury
2092 6-1707 MULTI-SECTORAL ACTIONS IN STRATEGIC DOCUMENTS THAT SUPPORT INJURY PREVENTION AND SAFETY PROMOTION IN MONTENEGRO Svetlana Stojanovic
2207 6-1708 THE HIDDEN FIGURES OF MAJOR ROAD TRAUMA CRASHES Helen Fagerlind
2227 6-1709 INFORMATION SYSTEM ON ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN SAN MARINO Mauro Sammaritani
2266 6-1710 ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES IN NEPAL: A STUDY OF CAUSES, PATTERNS AND CONTROL MEASURES Khadga Katuwal

Evidence policy

Group 18

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2267 6-1801 SURVEY OF PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE REGARDING VEHICLE SUBMERSION: SINKING CHARACTERISTICS, ESCAPE STRATEGIES AND PUBLIC ADVICE Gerren Mcdonald
2289 6-1802 INJURY RISK ASSESSMENT IN SCHOOLS IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN Uzma Khan
2310 6-1803 DATA SITUATION IN AFRICA-TOWARDS SAFER SCHOOL ZONES Patrick Kinyanjui
2327 6-1804 HOW DO WE KNOW WHO SUCCEEDS AND WHO FAILS? ROAD SAFETY NGOS HOLDING GOVERNMENTS TO ACCOUNT. Lotte Brondum
2332 6-1805 INVESTIGATION OF PEDESTRIANS’ TRAFFIC SAFETY BEHAVIOR IN TABRIZ Morteza Haghighi
2337 6-1806 THE STUDY OF THE POLICY EFFECTS CAUSED BY THE INVESTIGATION REPORT ON ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES: A CASE STUDY OF THE AREA IN KHON KAEN PROVINCE, THAILAND Patcharawadee Pirunsuntorn
2338 6-1807 CAPACITY BUILDING FOR INJURY RESEARCH IN VIETNAM: A CASE STUDY Niloufer Taber
2340 6-1808 HOW CAN WE SUPPORT BEST PRACTICE? A SITUATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF INJURY PREVENTION PRACTICE IN PUBLIC HEALTH. Sarah Richmond
2409 6-1809 THE EVER-EVOLVING PROFILE OF INJURY MORTALITY IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING CARIBBEAN, 1984 - 2014 Yvette Holder
2424 6-1810 NATIONAL STUDY OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS' USE IN POLAND Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa

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Group 19

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2468 6-1901 DEVELOPMENT OF A PREDICTIVE MODELING APPROACH TO ANALYSIS OF PATIENT OUTCOMES RELATED TO TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AT A EMERGENCY CENTER IN A LOW INCOME COUNTRY Joao Vissoci
2477 6-1902 TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITIES IN MORTALITY BY TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IN COLOMBIA, 1998-2015: RECENT STAND IN REDUCTION AND STEADY INCREASING DISPARITIES Ivan Arroyave
2485 6-1903 USEFULNESS OF TRAUMA DATA BANK AT NATIONAL HOSPITAL OF SRI LANKA Achala Upendra Jayatilleke
2511 6-1904 ROAD TRAFFIC FATALITIES IN SRI LANKA: AN ANALYSIS OF AUTOPSY REPORTS Apsara De Silva
2600 6-1905 IMPACT OF FATAL INJURIES ON LIFE EXPECTANCY: RESULTS FROM A CENSUS IN BANGLADESH Qingfeng Li
2612 6-1906 BEHAVIOR VIDEO LIBRARY ON HOW ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA USE CONSUMER PRODUCTS Yoshifumi Nishida
2652 6-1907 DRINKING AFTER DRIVING: AN URBAN 6-COUNTRY COMPARISON Ted R Miller
2774 6-1908 THE ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY RESEARCH NETWORK (RTIRN): 2 DECADES OF BUILDING CAPACITY IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES Olive Kobusingye
2797 6-1909 DATA RECORDING PATTERNS AND MISSING DATA IN ROAD CRASHES: CASE STUDY OF FIVE INDIAN CITIES Alok Nikhil Jha
2842 6-1910 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TRAUMATIC HEAD INJURY- NATIONALLY CONDUCTED SURVEY FINDINGS FROM BANGLADESH Junnatul Ferdoush

All topics

Group 20

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2741 6-2001 IDENTIFICATION OF HOSPITAL BASED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH 30-DAYS CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH HEAD INJURY Fareed Ahmed
2837 6-2002 USE OF MULTI-GROUP CONFIRMATORY ANALYSIS FOR VALIDATING A SURVEY OF MOTHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS CHILD INJURY PREVENTION AND RISK ENGAGEMENT Lise Olsen
2866 6-2003 KIDS DON’T FLY – CAR SEAT CAMPAIGN IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Samira Al Kathiri
2875 6-2004 THE IMPACT OF MENTAL HEALTH ON INJURIES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Sven Stadtmüller
1802 6-2005 ANALYSING THE USE OF ISOFIX COMPATIBLE CHILD RESTRAINTS IN VICTORIA Jason Chambers
2288 6-2006 IDENTIFICATION OF HOSPITAL BASED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH 30-DAYS CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH HEAD INJURY Fareed Ahmed
2374 6-2007 PREVALENCE AND PREDICTORS OF PROPER USAGE OF CHILD SAFETY MOTORCYCLE HELMET AMONG TAMIL PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN HULU LANGAT DISTRICT Tamil Selvi Aramugam
2388 6-2008 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SAFE SLEEP KNOWLEDGE AND INTENT AMONG PREGNANT TEENS Mary Aitken
2864 6-2009 PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS IN LOW AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES: NEW KNOWLEDGE FROM EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS Nwabisa Jama Shai
2834 6-2010 THE POWER OF THE COMMUNITY IS THE KEY SUCCESS ON PREVENTING CHILD FROM DROWNING PHONGO SUB-DISTRICT ,SANOM DISTRICT ,SURIN PROVINCE Nattanan Thongsri

7 November

Community safety

Group 1

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0041 7-0101 PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATION IN AIRPORTS ON AN EXAMPLE OF WARSAW CHOPIN AIRPORT Krzysztof Goniewicz
0137 7-0102 COMMUNITY-BASED DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT Danielle Saique
0257 7-0103 LIVING LAB SERVICES IN KUOPIO FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF PATIENT SAFETY Merita Kaunisto
0381 7-0104 VOLUNTEER ENROLLMENT STRATEGIES FOR SAFETY OBSERVATION PROGRAMS Gennifer Lyon
0384 7-0105 COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS ON SCHOOL RELATED INJURIES AMONG CHILDREN AGED 5 TO 12 YEARS, IN COLOMBO DISTRICT, SRI LANKA. Indrakantha Welgama
0628 7-0106 SAFE KIDS NEW JERSEY’S HOME SAFE HOME - REDUCING UNINTENTIONAL CHILDHOOD INJURIES IN THE HOME Carol Ann Giardelli
0994 7-0107 HEALTHY PUBLIC SPACE AS GOAL TO SAFE COMMUNITIES IN MEXICO CITY Perla E. Castañeda Archundia
1283 7-0108 INVESTIGATING THE WILLINGNESS TO PAY OF PEDESTRIANS TO CHOOSE APPROPRIATE POLICIES FOR IMPROVING THE SAFETY OF PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES Babak Mirbaha
1337 7-0109 EXPERIENCE OF MEXICAN ADOLESCENTS WITH SUICIDE ATTEMPTE A QUALITATIVE APPROACH. Guldbrand Skjönberg
1339 7-0110 THE ROLE AND POSSIBILITIES FOR THE COMMUNITIES IN A SAFE COMMUNITY PROGRAM – PRINCIPLES FOR THE GOVERNING OF COMMUNITIES Guldbrand Skjönberg

Community safety

Group 2

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1526 7-0201 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OLD POPULATION TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND COMMUNITY LEVEL RISK FACTORS: A MULTILEVEL STUDY Jooyeong Kim
1571 7-0202 “SAFETY IN ALL POLICIES” − PERSPECTIVE IN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL TARGET PROGRAMME FOR THE PREVENTION OF HOME AND LEISURE INJURIES IN FINLAND Pirjo Lillsunde
1627 7-0203 HOME INJURY RISK ASSESSMENT IN RURAL AREAS OF NEPAL: A COMMUNITY BASED STUDY Santosh Bhatta
1629 7-0204 SAFETY FOR THE LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION AT CHIANG MAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Wasarut Rutjanaprom
1645 7-0205 INVESTIGATING FACTORS INFLUENCING THE COLLAPSE OF WALL IN INDIA Nimal Kumar
1713 7-0206 TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION TO INJURY PREVENTION – A NEW METHOD TO DESIGN PREVENTION STRATEGIES IN THE DIGITAL ERA– Mikiko Oono
1812 7-0207 REACHING THE GRASS-ROOT FOR INJURY PREVENTION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA (BC), CANADA Diana Samarakkody
1882 7-0208 COMMUNITY CHECKPOINT FOR SAFETY ON ROADS IN SUB-DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATION/ VILLAGE / COMMUNITY NONG BUA LAMPHU PROVINCIAL POLICE Kraisorn Somman
1898 7-0209 EMBEDDING MULTI-SECTORAL SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS TRANSPORT INJURY AND SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH IN ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA Patricia Cullen
1900 7-0210 RTI SEEDLINGS ACTIVITIES FOR SAFETY ON THE ROAD TAMBON KWANGCHOI, AMPHUR PHUKIEO, CHAIYAPHUM PROVINCE Prakasit Boonchuay

Community safety

Group 3

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1919 7-0301 MODEL DEVELOPMENT FOR ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES PREVENTION AND REDUCTION BY COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION, BAN NAI AOA COMMUNITY, MOO 7, KARAKET SUB DISTRICT, CHIAN YAI, NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, THAILAND Trirong Kongdee
2040 7-0302 CHALLENGE IN EVALUATION OF SAFE COMMUNITY PROGRAMS WITH AMBULANCE TRANSPORT DATA IN JAPAN Yoko Shiraishi
2085 7-0303 FEED-BACK LOOP ESTABLISHED BETWEEN HOSPITAL AND SAFE COMMUNITIES ON INJURY REGISTRATION AND PREVENTION IN A COUNTY IN NORWAY Johan Lund
2226 7-0304 SUSTAINING COMMUNITY CRÈCHES IN RURAL BANGLADESH: A CASE STUDY Md Irteja Islam
2273 7-0305 ESTABLISHING AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SAFETY - BASED ON LOCAL PRECONDITIONS, NATIONAL POLICIES AND GLOBAL VISIONS Eva Vaagland
2488 7-0306 THE DEVELOPMENT OF BAN KOR COMMUNITY’S PARTICIPATION PROCESS IN PREVENTING ROAD TRAFFIC INJURY AT MUANG DISTRICT, KHON KAEN PROVINCE. Nittayaporn Srihabua
1368 7-0307 DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IN LOCAL COMMUNITY: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY IN COASTAL REGIONS OF BANGLADESH ASHIM SAHA
2622 7-0308 SUICIDE IN ROAD TRAFFIC – PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS MUST BE USED IN THE METHOD OF CLASSIFICATION Anna-Lena Andersson
0385 7-0309 INADVERTENT EXPOSURE TO MOVING MACHINERY PARTS: AN ANALYSIS OF WORKPLACE FATALITIES Laurie Southgate

Occupational safety

Group 4

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0062 7-0401 HAND INJURIES AND ITS ASSOCIATED FACTORS: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY AMONG INDUSTRIAL WORKERS AT HAYATABAD, PESHAWAR Farhad Ali
0348 7-0402 INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS ON THE EFFECTS OF EMERGING RISKS RELATED TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ARISING FROM DIGITIZATION OF WORK Providence Nwachukwu Akpa
0349 7-0403 SAFETY CULTURE AS A TOOL FOR ACHIEVING INJURY PREVENTION & SAFETY AWARENESS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA Providence Nwachukwu Akpa
0388 7-0404 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY CULTURE IN CANADA: ASSESS AND INTERVENE Bruce Collins
0395 7-0405 INJURY IMPACTS ALL SURVEY: A CROSS-SECTIONAL REVIEW OF THE INJURY PREVENTION WORKFORCE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Roinsin Sweeney
0412 7-0406 ASSESSMENT OF SAFETY LEVELS IN OPERATION ROOMS AT TWO MAJOR TERTIARY CARE PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF KARACHI. “SAFE SURGERY SAVES LIFE”. Muhammad Muzzammil
0451 7-0406 INJURIES AND HEALTH RISKS AWARENESS OF ELECTRONIC WASTE WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR IN NIGERIA Chimere Ohajinwa
0454 7-0408 OLDER FARMER FATALITIES IN CANADA Don Voaklander
1424 7-0409 TRENDS AND PATTERNS OF WORK-RELATED ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES INVOLVING HEAVY VEHICLES IN QATAR Rafael Consunji
1452 7-0410 CHEMICAL LABORATORY SAFETY IN HIGHER EDUCATION :CASE STUDY IN KMUTT THAILAND Asst.Prof. Suchada Chaisawadi

Occupational safety

Group 5

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1457 7-0501 SELF-REPORTED CONTRIBUTORY FACTORS FOR WORK-RELATED INJURIES IN QATAR: FINDINGS FROM THE WURQ IN-PATIENT SURVEY Rafael Consunji
1664 7-0502 RISK ASSESSMENT IN ANALYTICAL LABORATORY : KMUTT THAILAND Thanakarn Khumohai
1806 7-0503 DETERMINANTS OF INJURY AND DEATH AMONG CANADIAN FIREFIGHTERS Ian Pike
1958 7-0504 OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES IN THE NORTH CENTRAL PROVINCE OF SRI LANKA H.M.A.U. Jayatilake
2007 7-0505 QUAD-BIKE RELATED AEROMEDICAL RETRIEVALS IN QUEENSLAND 2010 -2014 Associate Professor Richard Franklin
2163 7-0506 KNOWLEDGE OF HEAT EMERGENCY AWARENESS AND MANAGEMENT AMONG HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AND COMMUNITY DWELLERS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Mr. Naveed Ahmed
2205 7-0507 COMMUNICATION & DECISION-MAKING FOR SAFETY IN SUPPLY CHAINS Caroline Gillespie
2221 7-0508 COMPARING WORK-RELATED INJURY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS IN QUEENSLAND Caroline Gillespie
2280 7-0509 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG NURSES WORKING IN GOVERNMENT CLINICS IN GABORONE, BOTSWANA Tabby Maphangela
2321 7-0510 HUMAN RESPONSES TO FIVE HEATED HYPOTHERMIA ENCLOSURE SYSTEMS IN A COLD ENVIRONMENT Gordon Giesbrecht

Falls prevention

Group 6

Abstract Title Presenter
0431 7-0601 NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR FALL PREVENTION IN THE ELDERLY IN SWITZERLAND Mirjam Studer
0529 7-0602 HYPOTHETICAL INTERVENTIONS ON RISK FACTORS FOR FALLS IN A MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER CHINESE POPULATION Zi Zhou
0645 7-0603 FALLS AND AWARENESS ABOUT FALLS IN ELDERLY AND DEFINING THEIR RELATIONS WITH QUALITY OF LIFE Ass. Prof. Dr. Gokhan Telatar
0653 7-0604 BUILD YOUR BALANCE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FALLS PREVENTION EXERCISE VIDEO FOR OLDER ADULTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Roinsin Sweeney
0842 7-0605 SAFE FALL, SAFE SCHOOLS: TEACHING HOW TO FALL. A NECESSARY CONTENT IN THE FUTURE TEACHING CURRICULA María Teresa Toronjo-Urquiza
0852 7-0606 THE MORTALITY OF FALL ATTRIBUTED TO LOW BONE MINERAL DENSITY AMONG THE ELDERLY AGED ≥60 YEARS OLD BY PROVINCE IN CHINA FROM 1990 TO 2015: A FINDING FROM GLOBAL BURDEN DISEASE 2015 Mr. Pengpeng Ye
0903 7-0607 THE INNOVATION AND PRACTICE OF USING SPORTS BRACELET TO PROMOTE THE COMMUNITY-BASED BALANCE ABILITY IMPROVEMENT INTERVENTION PROGRAM IN THE ELDERLY IN SHANGHAI CITY, CHINA Pengpeng Ye
0913 7-0608 COST OF OLDER ADULT FALLS IN THE UNITED STATES AND INNOVATIVE INTERVENTIONS TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM. Grant Baldwin
1230 7-0609 FALLS AMONG THE ELDERLY ARE PREVENTABLE. A HOLISTIC APPROACH ON SAFETY PROMOTION IN PORTUGAL Gregoria Amann
1308 7-0610 NEWLY PRESCRIBED PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS AS TRIGGERS OF FALL-INDUCED HIP FRACTURES: A REGISTER-BASED CASE-CROSSOVER STUDY Jette Möller

Falls prevention

Group 7

Abstract Title Presenter
1522 7-0701 TIME OF DAY EFFECTS HOSPITALIZATION IN BICYCLE INJURIES IN THE OLDER POPULATION Jooyeong Kim
1805 7-0702 CAN A HOME-BASED STRENGTH AND BALANCE FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM BE SUCCESSFULLY DELIVERED TO PEOPLE AGED 50 YEARS OR OVER WITH VISION IMPAIRMENT? A PROCESS EVALUATION Lisa Dillon
1816 7-0703 ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE RETENTION OF EVIDENCE-INFORMED FALLS PREVENTION MESSAGING AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA (BC), CANADA Diana Samarakkody
1820 7-0704 DEVELOPMENT OF RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FALLS AND FALL-RELATED INJURY PREVENTION AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Megan Oakey
1826 7-0705 ENGAGING GRANDMA: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING FACEBOOK ADVERTISING TO PROMOTE FALLS PREVENTION MESSAGES AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA (BC), CANADA Samantha Bruin
1932 7-0706 BIOMECHANICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH HIP FRACTURE IN OLDER ADULTS: EVIDENCE FROM VIDEO CAPTURE OF FALLS IN LONG-TERM CARE Yijian Yang
2148 7-0707 EXPLORING ACTIVITY COUNTS AS A MEASURE OF EXPOSURE TO FALLS FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH VISION IMPAIRMENT AND BLINDNESS Lisa Keay
2272 7-0708 MAGNITUDE OF ELDERLY FALLS IN BANGLADESH AND VICTIM’S SUBSEQUENT HELP SEEKING BEHAVIOR- WARRANTS AN URGENT POLICY DIRECTION. Farah Naz Rahman
2646 7-0709 DYNAMIC PREVENTION OF FALLS FROM BALCONIES USING AI CAMERAS Hiroki Yamamoto
2650 7-0710 PRECISION CARE FOR ELDERLY: INDIVIDUALIZED MONITORING OF ELDERLY WALK USING POSTURE AND FACE RECOGNITION Yoshifumi Nishida

Sport and recreation safety

Group 8

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0433 7-0801 USING OPINION LEADERS TO ADDRESS INTERVENTION GAPS IN CONCUSSION PREVENTION IN YOUTH SPORTS Zachary Kerr
0929 7-0802 COMMON DATA ELEMENTS COLLECTED AMONG UNIVERSITIES FOR SPORT-RELATED CONCUSSION STUDIES Jingzhen Yang
1082 7-0803 A STUDY ON MAXILLOFACIAL INJURIES BY COW ATTACKS IN RURAL INDIA: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ArunKumar Namachivayam
1242 7-0804 EFFECTS OF ACUTE SYMPTOMS AND LEVEL OF REST ON SYMPTOM DURATION AMONG YOUTH WITH SPORTS-RELATED CONCUSSIONS Bhavna Singichetti
1302 7-0805 EMERGENCY PLANNING IN ATHLETICS - IS A POLICY ENOUGH? Samuel Johnson
1343 7-0806 ARE SPORT RELATED FATALITIES IDENTIFIABLE FROM EXISTING DATA SOURCES? Lauren Fortington
1392 7-0807 SPORTS INJURY AMONG ADOLESCENT BOYS: AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY IN DHAKA METROPOLITAN CITY Kabir Hossen
1433 7-0808 CYCLING ACCIDENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS - AN OVERVIEW OF RISKS, INJURIES, CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES FOR POLICY MAKERS Karin Klein Wolt
1516 7-0809 EFFECTIVENESS OF BIKE LANE ON BICYCLE ACCIDENTS TO PREVENT HOSPITALIZATION Kim Jooyeong
1795 7-0810 QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF HIGH SCHOOL IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES FOR YOUTH SPORTS CONCUSSION LAWS Bhavna Singichetti

Burns and fire prevention

Group 9

Abstract Title Presenter
0043 7-0901 NATIONAL SURVEY OF THE INJURIES CAUSED BY FIRE WORK FESTIVAL (CHARSHANBEH SOORI) IN IR IRAN IN YEARS 2014-2015 AND 2016. Alireza Moghisi
0814 7-0902 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN UNINTENTIONAL FIRE AND FLAME INJURY DEATHS AMONG ADULTS IN SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES Syed Moniruzzaman
1429 7-0903 A COMPLETE PICTURE OF NEW YEAR’S EVE FIREWORKS INJURIES AT DUTCH EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS Susanne Nijman
1437 7-0904 CURRENT BURN PATTERNS IN A RURAL COMMUNITY OF BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM SURVEILLANCE DATA OF JANUARY-JUNE 2015 Nawroz Afreen
1447 7-0905 REFERRAL AND IN-UNIT MORTALITY PATTERNS AMONG ADULT ACUTE BURNS PATIENTS. THE CASE OF A BURNS CENTER IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA Constance Boissin
1453 7-0906 GROUND LEVEL COOKING – A MAJOR CAUSE OF FIRE AND BURN INJURIES AMONG LOW SOCIO-ECONOMIC FAMILIES Cinthia Pinto
1470 7-0907 SAFE HOME SAFE KIDS: PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS TO INCREASE FIRE SAFETY AWARENESS AMONG CHILDREN AND PARENTS. Cinthia Pinto
1609 7-0908 MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - EVALUATING COMPREHENSIVELY THE IMPACT OF FIRE PREVENTION ACTIVITIES Brita Somerkoski
1796 7-0909 RESIDENTIAL FIRE-RELATED INJURIES AND DEATHS AMONG CANADIAN CHILDREN AND YOUTH Jennifer Smith
1800 7-0910 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURAL FIRE PROTECTION FEATURES IN THE HOME, AND INJURY AND DEATH AMONG CANADIAN CHILDREN AND YOUTH Jennifer Smith

Others prevention

Group 10

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0309 7-1001 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DOG BITE INJURIES IN PATIENTS PRESENTING TO EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS OF TERTIARY CARE FACILITIES IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN Rubaba Naeem
1296 7-1002 CHANGING AWARENESS, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIOURS IN AN EVIDENCE-INFORMED SOCIAL MARKETING CAMPAIGN TO REDUCE RECREATIONAL BOATING INJURIES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: THE EVIDENCE Tessa Clemens
1361 7-1003 THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION ON INJURY PREVENTION AMONG 60-75 YEAR OLD PEOPLE IN RURAL AREAS, BASED ON PRECEDE MODEL Forouzan Rezapur-Shahkolai
1794 7-1004 PUBLIC RESPONSE TO MODERATION CAMPAIGNS: AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL MEDIA COMMENTS Jennifer Smith
2043 7-1005 THE SEVERE INJURY AND DEATH RELATED TO PAPER WASPS AMONG HUNTER-GATHERER OF MAECHAI DISTRICT, PHAYAO PROVINCE, 2017 Aunyarat Bhamaramanaba
2053 7-1006 MIND-WANDERING AND RISK OF HOME AND LEISURE INJURIES, RESULTS FROM A COHORT STUDY Madelyn Yiseth Rojas Castro
2166 7-1007 EPIDEMIOLOGY NON-FATAL POISONING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN BANGLADESH Md. Abu Talab
2262 7-1008 ADDRESSING LACK OF SUPPORT FOR ACCIDENTAL GUNSHOT VICTIMS IN NIGERIA Maxwell Ajufo
2348 7-1009 STUDY ON THE RELATIVE IMPACT OF HUMAN FACTORS ON LAYERS OF PROTECTION IN A PROCESS SAFETY REVIEW Siva Subramanian Ramasamy
2356 7-1010 MULTI-SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS: UNLOCKING THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF JOINT COLLABORATIONS Valeria Motta

Others prevention

Group 11

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2362 7-1101 EXPLORING THE CONCEPT OF “PRAGMATIC DRIVING” AS AN EXPLANATION OF DRIVER BEHAVIOUR Mark King
2385 7-1102 A MATRIX BASED MODELING FOR ANALYZING DESIGN INFORMATION OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY HELMET Vigneshkumar
2442 7-1103 YOUTH PERSPECTIVES ON SAFE STORAGE OF GUNS Mary Aitken
2497 7-1104 UL XPLORLABS - XPLORING THE SCIENCE OF SAFETY ENGINEERING Cara Gizzi
2499 7-1105 USING ISO 45001 TO IMPROVE SAFETY & HEALTH IN THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN Edward Kapp
2505 7-1106 UL EDUCATION & OUTREACH: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO YOUTH SAFETY EDUCATION & EMPOWERMENT Cara Gizzi
2580 7-1107 ACCIDENTAL PREVENTION IN OUTDOORS & TOURISM - CASE STUDY FROM ICELAND Jonas Gudmundsson
2632 7-1108 HEALTH KNOWLEDGE AND HELMET WEARING BEHAVIOR. A CASE STUDY OF NAMON HOSPITAL, AMPHUR NAMON, KALASIN PROVINCE, 2016 Attavit Neunchat
2832 7-1109 EVALUATION OF A SUBSTANCE USE SCREENING, BRIEF INTERVENTION AND REFERRAL TO TREATMENT (SBIRT) SERVICE FOR INJURED AND NON-INJURED PATIENTS IN SOUTH AFRICAN EMERGENCY CENTRES Claire van der Westhuizen
0284 7-1110 THE UL SAFETY INDEX: A TOOL FOR LINKING DATA TO ACTION David Wroth

EMS

Group 12

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0252 7-1201 ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF A NEW EMERGENCY TRIAGE SYSTEM ON HEAD INJURY MORTALITY: TIKUR ANBESSA SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT - ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA Helena Fantaye
0375 7-1202 ADMINISTERING FIRST-AID AND TRAUMA CARE TO ROAD ACCIDENT VICTIMS: THE EXPERIENCES OF RESIDENTS LIVING ALONG ACCIDENT-PRONE HIGHWAYS IN GHANA Enoch F. Sam
0391 7-1203 COMPLICATED TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURES IN YOUNG PATIENTS: FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME WITH DUAL PLATING VIA 2 INCISION TECHNIQUE EXPERIENCE OF TWO PUBLIC SECTOR HOSPITALS OF KARACHI PAKISTAN Abdul Qadir
0410 7-1204 ADRESSING THE BURDEN OF ORTHOPEDIC TRAUMA AND CATEGORICALLY IDENTIFYING THE PATTREN OF INJURIES PRESENTING AT TRAUMA CENTER CIVILHOSPITAL KARACHI-PAKISTAN Abdul Qadir
0482 7-1205 DEVELOPMENT OF COLLABORATION SYSTEM FOR ACCIDENT VICTIMS AT KHON KAEN UNIVERSITY Kanya Wangsri
0589 7-1206 DEVELOPMENT OF TRACKING SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING STROKE AND STEMI RISK PATIENT GROUP : A CASE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE SYSTEM. Pheeradetch Samroumram
1066 7-1207 A REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES: MAPPING THE STATE OF THE FIELD Armaan Rowther
1235 7-1208 THE ACCESSIBILITY OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES IN ELDERLY WITH FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCE DURING EMERGENCY ILLNESS Thassanee Soontorn
1238 7-1209 SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND ED VISITS FOR PAEDIATRIC CONCUSSION Joshua Harkins

EMS

Group 13

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
1287 7-1301 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES IN KAMPALA, UGANDA: RESULTS FROM PILOTING A RAPID ASSESSMENT TOOL Nino Paichadze
1340 7-1302 A GEOSPATIAL EXAMINATION OF ACCESS TO ADVANCED TRAUMA SERVICES IN NEW ZEALAND: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE SURVIVAL FOLLOWING SERIOUS INJURY. Bridget Kool
1462 7-1303 CAN FIRST AID EDUCATION SUPPORT PUBLIC USE OF URGENT CARE SERVICES? A QUALITATIVE STUDY Julie Mytton
1473 7-1304 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SURVIVAL RATE AND COMPLICATION WITH ON-SCENE MANAGEMENT TIME IN TRAUMA PATIENTS OF PHRAMONGKUTKLAO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE AFTER USING PHTLS’S PLATINUM-10 PRINCIPLE Orachat Silanuwat
1492 7-1305 MOTION OF CERVICAL SPINE DURING THE CHIN-LIFT AND THE JAW-THRUST MANEUVERS WITH MANUAL-IN-LINE STABILIZATION UNDER PLAIN FILM C-SPINE LATERAL CROSSTABLE Thunyaporn Tangtrongchitr
1644 7-1306 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEMS IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES: THE NEED, THE EXPERIENCE, AND THE WAY FORWARD Isaac Botchey
1647 7-1307 THE DIFFERENCE IN IMPACT OF DIRECT VERSUS INTERFACILITY TRANSFERS IN PREDICTING 30 DAY MORTALITY AMONG ADULT ROAD TRAFFIC CRASH VICTIMS PRESENTING TO THE ED SETTINGS OF THREE TERTIARY CARE HOSPITALS IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN. A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY Maleeha Naseem
1750 7-1308 AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF PREHOSPITAL FATAL INJURIES IN NEW ZEALAND: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PREVENTION. Bridget Kool
1815 7-1309 THE IMPACT OF DEVELOPING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE SYSTEM IN LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES Takaaki Suzuki
1831 7-1310 ADDRESSING PHYSICIAN UNCERTAINTY AND STANDARDIZING CONCUSSION RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT: THE NEW ONLINE CONCUSSION AWARENESS AND TRAINING TOOL (CATT) Shelina Babul

EMS

Group 14

Abstract Title Presenter
1935 7-1401 REVIEWING PREHOSPITAL TRAUMA DEATHS Ben Beck
2001 7-1402 EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL EMERGENCY VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY GROUP VOLUNTEERS. IN THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION. (AMI) SAM SUNG DISTRICT KHONKAEN. STUDY OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, SAM SUNG HOSPITAL. AND RECEIVED FUND FROM NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICINE. Rujeewan Yomsreeken Sanglun
2287 7-1403 EMERGENCY DISPATCH PROTOCOL TO PREVENT DROWNING IN SINKING VEHICLES Gordon Giesbrecht
2297 7-1404 A DEVELOPMENT PARTICIPATION MODEL OF PREHOSPITAL CARE FOR AGING PEOPLE AT SUBURBAN IN THE NORTHERN OF THAILAND Taweewun Srisookkum
2331 7-1405 ENERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN FOR CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES IN INDIA (AS PER ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001) Narasimha Murthy Narayanam
2333 7-1406 EFFICACY OF HEAD AND TORSO REWARMING USING A HUMAN MODEL FOR SEVERE HYPOTHERMIA Gordon Giesbrecht
2339 7-1407 POST-CRASH RESPONSE: TOWARD A COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH AT THE SCENE IN COLOMBIA Patrick Kinyanjui
2361 7-1408 ADVOCATING FOR EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA CARE: THE ROLE OF NGOS AND THE LAY PUBLIC Patrick Kinyanjui
2509 7-1409 TIME TO TREATMENT FOR TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS IN MOSHI, TANZANIA Joao Ricardo Nickenig Vissoci
2729 7-1410 HEAD INJURY PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE APPLIED RESEARCH NETWORK (PECARN) RULE CORRELATES WITH PATTERN/PRACTISES OF CT SCAN HEAD DONE IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS COMING WITH HEAD TRAUMA IN ED- A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS Nazir Kapadia

Rehabit

Group 15

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
0387 7-1501 SHORT TERM ACTIVITY LIMITATION IN CHILDREN FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC INJURIES IN COLOMBO DISTRICT OF SRI LANKA Indrakantha Welgama
0559 7-1502 UTILIZATION OF POSTPARTUM CARE SERVICES AMONG WOMEN LIVING WITH DISABILITIES AGED (15-49) YEARS IN GULU DISTRICT NORTHERN UGANDA. Diana Birungi Musinguzi
0673 7-1503 THE CHANGING OPIOID OVERDOSE EPIDEMIC IN THE UNITED STATES – CDC RESPONSE Grant Baldwin
1067 7-1504 IMPROVING RECOVERY OUTCOMES IN BURNS SURVIVORS: A SYSTEMS APPROACH Jagnoor Jagnoor
1187 7-1505 PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT: LESSONS LEARNED IN 2017 FOREST FIRES IN PORTUGAL Miguel Arriaga
2014 7-1506 BURN RECOVERY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: THE EVIDENCE FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTION APPROACHES Nancy Hornsby
2392 7-1507 THE SOCIETAL BURDEN OF NON-FATAL INJURIES: CAREGIVING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITY IN UGANDA Abdulgafoor M. Bachani
2532 7-1508 USE OF A CAR-DRIVING SIMULATOR IN REHABILITATION AND DRIVING ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS AFTER TRAUMA. Jens Lauritsen

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Group 16

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2918 7-1601 OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE BY MANAGING CHANGES IN MORE EFFICIENT AND CONTROLLED MANNER ELECTRONICALLY Mazharuddin Shaikh
1778 7-1602 PEDESTRIAN MOTOR-VEHICLE COLLISION (PMVC) RELATED INJURIES IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH - A CASE CONTROL STUDY Liraz Fridman
2708 7-1603 EVALUATING COMPLAINT FLOORING AS A FALL INJURY REDUCING MEASURE IN A RESIDENTIAL CARE SETTING Johanna Gustavsson
2877 7-1604 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS CONSTITUENT PART OF OSTEOPOROSIS TREATMENT Rustam Talishinskiy
2891 7-1605 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FALL INJURY AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE IN BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE SURVEY Md. Abu Talab
2492 7-1606 DEVELOPMENT OF APPROPRIATE MODELS FOR DISTRICT LEVEL NETWORK PARTNERS TO PARTICIPATE IN ROAD ACCIDENT PREVENTION. Wannee Meekuad
2520 7-1607 END CURVE WITH HUNDRED BODIES BY VILLAGE HEALTH VOLUNTEER (VHV) Yuwatida Pongsawang
1373 7-1608 THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN MOSHI, TANZANIA Loren Barcenas
1380 7-1609 IMPACT OF CLINIC-BASED EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE INFANT SAFE SLEEP PRACTICES: RESULTS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIA Eileen McDonald
1822 7-1610 DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMON STANDARDIZED SET OF INDICATORS FOR THE EVALUATION OF ROAD SAFETY INITIATIVES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Megan Oakey

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Group 17

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2405 7-1701 CASE STUDY: SAFETY AND HEALTH CULTURE FROM BOOK TO PRACTICES AMONG STUDENTS IN CHEMICAL LABORATORIES IN DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY Hanan Elnagdy
2561 7-1702 IRRATIONAL THINKING AND ITS PREDICTORS AMONG BURN PATIENTS zahra zare
2911 7-1703 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FIRES SAFETY AMONG OCCUPANTS OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Mohammadreza Shokouhi
1612 7-1704 IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ELECTRONIC DEMOGRAPHIC AND INJURY SURVEILIANCE SYSTEM IN RURAL BANGLADESH Qazi Sadeq-ur Rahman
2404 7-1705 TOWARDS AN EVIDENCE-BASED VISION ZERO ON RESIDENTIAL FIRES Ragnar Andersson
1827 7-1706 ACTIVE & SAFE: AN ON-LINE PLATFORM AND RESOURCE FOR THE PREVENTION OF INJURY IN SPORT AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY. Sarah Richmond
1828 7-1707 PREVENTION OF LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY IN TEAM SPORTS: ARE COACH-SELECTED PRACTICES ASSOCIATED WITH LESSER INJURY RISK? Marc Norcross
1830 7-1708 EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY AND ACCEPTABILITY OF THE BC HOCKEY MANDATE FOR TEAM OFFICIALS TO COMPLETE THE CONCUSSION AWARENESS TRAINING TOOL Shelina Babul
1987 7-1709 EFFECTIVENESS OF BODY CHECKING POLICY CHANGE IN YOUTH ICE HOCKEY TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY Alison MacPherson
2378 7-1710 SPORTS-RELATED EXTREMITIES INJURIES ChoungAh Lee

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Group 18

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2739 7-1801 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT (PHEDMA): CASES STUDIES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROVINCIAL HEALTH OFFICES IN THAILAND Sutat Kongkhuntod
2861 7-1802 POST CRASH RESPONSE IN THE UN DECADE OF ACTION FOR ROAD SAFETY Donna Price
2868 7-1803 AZERBAIJAN MEDICAL TEAM ON RESCUE OPERATION AFTER BAM EARTHQUAKE 2003. Rustam Talishinskiy
2914 7-1804 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCES ON PREHOSPITAL CARE AMONG FIRE FIGHTERS IN COLOMBO MUNICIPALITY AREA Shanika Kumarathilake
2417 7-1805 STUDY OF SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN POWER PROJECTS DURING CONSTRUCTION IN INDIA 2005-2010 Narasimha Murthy Narayanam
2439 7-1806 A GUIDE TO SELECTION OF SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS IN A PROCESS INDUSTRY Siva Subramanian Ramasamy
2493 7-1807 STUDY ON LEGISLATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SMALL, MEDIUM & MICRO ENTERPRISE BUSINESSES (SMMES) IN THE GARMENT AND HEALTHCARE SECTORS IN FOUR AFRICAN COUNTRIES. (BOTSWANA, EGYPT, GHANA, NIGERIA) Hanan Elnagdy
2512 7-1808 PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES IN ADVERSE EXTREME TEMPERATURES Barbara Menezes
2521 7-1809 SMART FIREMAN Sneha Ningappa
2658 7-1810 HUMAN MACHINE INTERACTION SYSTEM FOR PROVIDING NEURAL INTERFACE BASED MODEL FOR ALERTING AND MITIGATION OF SPATIAL DISORIENTATION FOR PILOTS Quintin L Williams Jr

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Group 19

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2344 7-1901 EVALUATION OF HELMET LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM OF CCTV CAMERA AMONG MOTORCYCLISTS: A CASE OF KHON KAEN CITY, THAILAND Jetsada Kumphong
1012 7-1902 SAFE AND BARRIER- FREE MODEL TOWNSHIP IN PINDAYA, MYANMAR Chamaiparn Santikarn
2137 7-1903 CASE FINLAND: COLLECTING INJURY DATA AT SCHOOLS Brita Somerkoski
2518 7-1904 A SURVEY OF ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION AT SCHOOLS IN BANGKOK Wannaporn Panthaloet
2890 7-1905 SOCIAL NORMS AND GENDER IDENTITIES SHAPING WOMEN’S AND COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF WOMEN IN THE RURAL EASTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA Nwabisa Shai
2909 7-1906 IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE RURAL RESPONSE SYSTEM TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA: RESULTS FROM A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Esnat Chirwa
2865 7-1907 EVEN IN SHALLOW RIVERS, WEARING LIFE JACKETS IS NECESSARY: EXPERIMENT USING FLOW-VELOCITY-VARIABLE POOL Koji Kitamura
2854 7-1908 EXTREMITY INJURY PATTERNS DUE TO MOTORCYCLE CRASHES AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH PERSONAL SAFETY GEARS Sanjaya Munasinghe
2869 7-1909 A HALF DECADE OF INJURED PATIENTS ON SENTINEL HOSPITALS, THAILAND; 2012 – 2016. Daoruang Kommuamgpuk
2912 7-1910 THE EFFECTS OF CYCLE TRACKS IMPLEMENTATION ON CYCLIST-MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS IN TORONTO, CANADA Andrew Howard

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Group 20

Abstract POSTER CODE Title Presenter
2314 7-2001 CATALYZING PRACTICE AND RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF INJURY PREVENTION: THE DIVISION OF ANALYSIS, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE INTEGRATION FROM 2013-2018 AND THE ROADMAP TO 2023 Karin Mack
2334 7-2002 DARPI: ACCELERATING INJURY PREVENTION THROUGH THE INTERSECTION OF NEW CONCEPTS IN SCIENCE, PRACTICE, AND DATA Judy Qualters
2341 7-2003 DARPI: ITERATIVE LEARNING ECOSYSTEMS IN INJURY PREVENTION PRACTICE Angela Marr
2343 7-2004 DARPI: ENVISIONING DATA IN A NEW LIGHT Michael Ballesteros
2347 7-2005 DARPI: INNOVATIONS IN INJURY PREVENTION SCIENCE Karin Mack

Side Meeting

5 November

SM 01 Launch of the WHO Emergency and Trauma Care Registry and Related Tools

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 11:30-13:00
Venue: Nile 3

Organizer: World Health Organization

At all editions of the World Conference, WHO hosts business meetings on specific topics. Usually these are used to introduce new partnerships or tools or update on specific projects with a view to seeing how other delegates might get involved. They are usually hosted at lunch time outside of the hours of the official conference programme to allow all delegates who are interested to attend.

SM 02 Cave Rescue Operation

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 11:30-13:00
Venue: Bhiraj Hall 2

Organizer: National Institute for Emergency Medicine

In June and July 2018, a widely publicised cave rescue successfully extracted members of a junior football team trapped in Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand. Twelve members of the team, aged eleven to seventeen, and their 25-year-old assistant coach entered the cave on 23 June after football practice. Shortly afterwards, heavy rains partially flooded the cave, trapping the group inside.

The rescue effort involved more than 10,000 people, including over 100 divers, many rescue workers, representatives from about 100 governmental agencies, 900 police officers and 2,000 soldiers, and required ten police helicopters, seven police ambulances, more than 700 diving cylinders, and the pumping of more than a billion litres of water out of the caves.

SM 03 Workshop on the Thinking Hats of Evidence-based Community Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Program

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 11:30-13:00
Venue: Amber 1

Organizer: International Safe Community Certifying Centre

SM 04 Two Decades of Building Capacity in Low- and Middle- Income Countries

Date: Monday 5 November 2018
Time: 11:30-13:00
Venue: Amber 2

Organizer: The Road Traffic Research Network (RTIRN)

  • 0258 A STATEWIDE CAMPAIGN AGAINST SPEEDING: AN EXPERIENCE FROM SOUTH INDIA
    Pallavi Sarji Uthkarsh
  • 0461 SELF-REPORTED MOBILE PHONE USE AND THE RISK OF ROAD TRAFFIC CRASHES AMONG COMMERCIAL TAXI DRIVERS IN KAMPALA UGANDA
    Jimmy Osuret
  • 2008 FACTORS INFLUENCING ROAD TRAFFIC CRASHES ON UNPAVED ROADS
    Williams Ackaah
  • 2219 ROAD SAFETY IN COLOMBIA IN THE DECADE OF ROAD SAFETY: PARTIAL RESULTS 2010-2015
    Jorge Martin Rodriguez

6 November

SM 05 Editor Meeting

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 7:30-8:45
Venue: Nile 3

Organizer: The British Medical Journal

SM 06 INSIPIRE Technical Package for Ending Violence against Children: what to do, how to do it, measure uptake and impact

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 12:30-13:30
Venue: Nile 3

Organizer: World Health Organizer

SM 07 Violence and injury prevention in WHO’s European Region

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 12:30-13:30
Venue: Nile 4

Organizer: World Health Organizer

SM 08 Scaling up Global Injury Prevention and Control Initiatives in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 12:30-13:30
Venue: Amber 1

Organizer: World Health Organizer

SM 10 New Application of the European Injury Surveillance System IDB

Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
Time: 12:30-13:30
Venue: Nile 2

Organizer: European Association for Injury Prevention EuroSafe

  • 2106 COMPARISON OF INJURY INCIDENCE RATES BY PREVENTION DOMAINS AND 22 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
    Rupert Kisser
  • 2037 IDB BASED RISK ANALYSIS OF TRAMPOLINE ACCIDENTS FOR A PREVENTION CAMPAIGN INGERMANY
    Gabriele Ellsäßer
  • 1421 CAN AUTOTEXT REGCOGNITION SOFTWARE FOR CODING INJURIES REPLACE MANUAL CODING? FINDINGS FROM IDB/DISS IN THE NETHERLANDS
    Susanne Nijman
  • 2130 THE IMPACT OF CASE DEFINITION ON ESTIMATED INCIDENCE RATES WHEN USING HOSPITAL DISCHARGES AS REFERENCE STATISTIC
    Rupert Kisser
  • 1431 MONITORING ALCOHOL INTOXICATIONS
    Mrs. Karin Klein Wolt

7 November

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