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Events

Evaluating Alcohol and Other Drug Programs

Overland Motel Kalgoorlie 566 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia

Injury Matters, in partnership with Hope Community Services, will be delivering a 90-minute workshop session in Kalgoorlie for early career health promotion officers, project/program/grant officers, and/or community engagement officers, who would like to learn more about implementing evidence-based evaluation processes.

FREE

Road Trauma Support WA Lunch and Learn

Overland Motel Kalgoorlie 566 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia

Road Trauma Support WA in partnership with Hope Community Services will be delivering a one-hour information session in Kalgoorlie for organisations, emergency services, the private sector and the community, who...

Free

Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention – Instructor Training

Bendat Parent & Community Centre 36 Dodd Street, Wembley, WA, Australia

Tai Chi is one of the most effective strategies to reduce the risk of experiencing a fall due to its positive benefits for maintaining muscle and strength, increasing endurance, improving...

$200

Move Your Body with Tai Chi

South Lake Ottey Family and Neighbourhood Centre 2a South Lake drive, South Lake, WA, Australia

Save the date! Injury Matters is teaming up with the City of Cockburn to deliver a free Stay On Your Feet® community event for older adults.

Evaluation webinar series

Online , Australia

A two part webinar series on effectively evaluating health promotion programs and initiatives.

FREE

Clinical yarning for injury prevention

Online , Australia

Injury Matters is hosting a webinar aiming to explore the importance of yarning in a clinical setting for health professionals in the injury prevention sector. Dr Ivan Lin and Trevor Pickett from WA Centre for Rural Health will explore the concept of clinical yarning, how it can be implemented, and the benefits to Aboriginal communities in WA.

FREE

City of Mandurah Road Trauma Support Information Session

Tuckey Room, Mandurah Council Chambers 87 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah, WA, Australia

Road Trauma Support WA will be delivering a one-hour information session for the City of Mandurah, to help them get better informed on how they can utilise the Road Trauma Support service to support themselves and others.

Steady Steps Forward: Systems Thinking Approach in Fall Prevention for Older Australians

Online , Australia

This webinar will explore findings from a policy review paper "A systems approach to assist policy action to prevent falls among community-dwelling older people in Australia", highlighting gaps and identifying potential pathways for improvement for existing fall-prevention policies at the national and state levels.

FREE

After a Road Crash: Supporting Yourself and Others

Freebairn Recreation Centre Kulin

Road Trauma Support WA will be delivering a free, three-hour workshop for community members who may be exposed to road trauma as part of their work and/or personal life, who...

Free

The link between foot health, medications, and falls among older adults

Online , Australia

This webinar will explore the links between foot health and falls risk, raising awareness of the link between polypharmacy, foot health and falls, while discussing ways in which health professionals can identify risk earlier when working with older adults.

FREE

Beverley Road Trauma Support WA Information Session

Beverley Community Resource Centre 141 Vincent Street, Beverley, WA, Australia

Road Trauma Support WA will be delivering a one-hour information session for community who would like to know how they can utilise the Road Trauma Support service to support themselves and others.

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