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Inj Prev. 2007 October; 13(5): 360.
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Injury Prevention Network Aotearoa New Zealand Conference 2007

29–31 October 2007, Napier, New Zealand. Visit for more information. The closing date for the submission of abstracts is 15 June 2007.

2007 Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference

11–13 November 2007, Toronto, Canada. The event organised by Safe Communities Canada, Safe Kids Canada, SMARTRISK, and ThinkFirst Canada has the theme “evidence, action, innovation: moving to end injury, violence and suicide in Canada”. Further information:

4th Asian Regional Conference on Safe Communities

21–24 November 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. The theme of the meeting is “incorporating global thinking; cultivating local strategy”. The conference will be followed by a visit to a site of the 2005 tsunami. Further information:

World Congress on Neck Pain

20–22 January 2008, Los Angeles, USA. The congress will present the latest scientific research on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of neck pain. The congress themes are public health, healthcare, and automobile safety. The closing date for the submission of abstracts is 13 August 2007. Further information:

ISCAIP Child Injury Prevention Meeting

14 March 2008, Merida, Mexico. The International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention Meeting, staged in conjunction with the 9th World Conference, has the theme “child injury prevention‐knowledge into practice: putting the world report on child injury into action”. A key focus of this meeting will be the lessons and findings of the WHO/Unicef World Report and discussion on using this information to improve child injury prevention effort in all regions of the world. To receive further information about the meeting, send expressions of interest to:

9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion. Safety 2008

15–18 March 2008, Merida, Mexico. The conference will give special attention to the processes of globalization and their implications for injuries and violence. The WHO is urging governments to address the two main themes of violence and traffic accidents. The conference will also emphasize the global patterns in technological and epidemiological transitions, proposing international collaboration as a fundamental strategy for the design and promotion of policies for injury prevention and safety promotion. Early registration and the call for abstracts are already open. Further information:

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