This website may not work correctly in Internet Explorer. We recommend switching to a more secure modern web browser such as Microsoft Edge which is already installed on your computer.

View this website in Edge.

Know Injury

The Know Injury program provides knowledge, skills and networking opportunities, to support and enable practitioners to deliver evidence-informed injury prevention activities across Western Australia.

Know Injury enhances the capacity of practitioners and organisations to deliver evidence-informed activities.

Our ultimate goal is to prevent injuries in Western Australia. To achieve this we focus on three elements: Knowing injury topics, Learning how to adopt a public health approach to deliver injury prevention activities and Connecting with others in the injury prevention sector.

The Know Injury program is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Department of Health Western Australia.

[email protected] | (08) 6166 7688


Know takes a look at a range of injury topics, by;

  • Providing the latest Western Australian injury data,
  • Exploring the incidence of injury among at-risk groups,
  • Offering a suite of injury prevention resources, and
  • Hosting recent injury prevention research.
Know more about injury in WA


Learn takes a look at the steps you can take to prevent injuries in your community, by;

  • Exploring the Public Health Approach to Injury Prevention,
  • Sharing tools that support injury prevention activities, and
  • Providing access to past and future training events.
Learn how to prevent injuries in WA


Connect takes a look at ways you can connect with different people and groups, including via;

  • A bi-monthly networking project, CONNECT.ed.
  • WA injury prevention networking groups.
  • Finding local injury prevention activities on our eDirectory.
Connect with WA stakeholders

Find out more

We strive to be culturally sensitive as we represent the Western Australian community in our imagery.

Please be advised that our website or resources may contain images, videos, or voices of people who have since passed away.

If any material causes concern, please contact us on (08) 6166 7688.

Image Warning