Research for enhancing impact of strategies and actions

1st day - Thursday 3rd October 2019

 

Meeting Room 1

Meeting Room 2

8.30-9.00

Registration

9.00-10.30

Opening session
(chair: Dr Jean-Claude Schmit, Director of Health, Ministry of Health, Luxembourg) (TBC)

Welcome and key statements by:
- Mr Etienne Schneider, Minister of Health Luxembourg
- Mrs Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Transport, European Commission
- Representative from WHO-Europe

Plenary session 1: “Challenges in health promotion and injury prevention”
(chair: Laetitia Huiartdirector of the Department of Population Health, LIH, Luxembourg) 

"Strengthening the UK's Capacity for Product Safety: Strategy 2018-2022", Graham Russell, CEO Government Office for Product Safety and Standards, UK
"Safety Culture: creating a sense of responsibility for safety in the population at large", Nicholas J. Ward, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Montana State University, USA

10.30-11.00

Coffee Break

11.00-12.00

Break out session 1: Consumer Product Safety
(Moderators: Diana Popa & Ron Gainsford)

Break out session 2: Injury Surveillance & Research-part I (Moderators: Dritan Bejko & Anna Lounamaa)

12.00-12.30

Pitch presentations – sector A

Pitch presentations – sector B

12.30-13.30

Lunch Break

13.30-14.30

Break out session 3: Child Safety in Action
(Moderators: Sheila Merrill & Gabriele Ellsäßer)

Break out session 4: Community Safety Programmes
(Moderators: Eva Vaagland & Peter Spitzer)

14.30-15.00

Pitch presentations – sector A

Pitch presentations – sector B

15.00-15.30

Tea Break

15.30-16.30

Break out session 5: Trafic Safety -part I
(Moderators: Gerald Furian & Karen McDonnell)

Break out session 6: Safety in Sports and Leisure
(Moderators: Jari Parkkari & Laurent Malisoux)

16.30-17.30

Plenary session 2: "Building the evidence-base for effective strategies and actions"
(chair: Errol Taylor, Chairman EuroSafe, CEO RoSPA, UK)

"Implementation opportunities in injury prevention: a public health perspective"Margie Peden, Head of the Global Injury Programme at the George Institute for Global Health, Oxford, UK
"Building the evidence-base for child home injury prevention", Denise Kendrick, Professor of Primary Care Research, Division of Primary Care, University Park Nottingham
"Multidisciplinary perspective on the risk and protective factors associated with suicide and self-harm", Ella Arensman, National Suicide Research Foundation, Ireland

17.30-19.00

Networking activities

Meeting room 1 = Salle Edmond Dune
Meeting room 2 = Salle José Ensch

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2nd day - Friday 4th October 2019

 

Meeting Room 1

Meeting Room 2

9.00-10.00

Break out session 7: Prevention of intentional injuries 
(Moderators: Jonathon Passmore and Ella Arensman

Break out session 8: Action on Falls Prevention in Older People-part II
(Moderators: Birgitte Blatter & Tatiana Alves

10.00-10.30

Pitch presentations – sector A

Pitch presentations – sector B

10.30-11.00

Coffee Break

11.00-12.00

Break out session 9: Injury Surveillance & Research part II
(Moderators: Anna Lounamaa & Dritan Bejko)

Break out session 10: Road Trafic Safety - Part II
(Moderators: Gerald Furian & Karen McDonnell)

12.00-13.00

Plenary session 3: "Innovation in injury prevention and safety promotion"
(Chair: Ron Gainsford, Honorary Member EuroSafe, Advisor British Toy and Hobby Association, UK)  

"New Technologies: challenges and opportunities for enhancing safety", Klaus Robatsch, Head department on research & knowledge management, Road Safety Council, Austria
"Smart Homes: how a connected home can be a safer home"Martyn Allen Head Electronic Dept., Electric safety First, UK 
"Innovation in injury monitoring and research"Birgitte Blatter, Head Monitoring & Research, Consumer Safety Institute, the Netherlands 
"Teaching safer behaviours to children: UL Safety Smart", Cara Gizzi, Director Youth Education and Outreach Team, Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Close

13.00-13.15

Closing remarks by Errol Taylor, Chairman EuroSafe and Launch of EU-Safety 2021

13.15-14.00

Farewell Lunch

 

Post-conference Business meetings

 

Meeting Room 1

Meeting Room 2

Lobby

14.00-17.00

Injury Surveillance-Network (EU-IDB)

European Child Safety Alliance (ECSA)

European SafeComm Network (ESCON)

Meeting room 1 = Salle Edmond Dune
Meeting room 2 = Salle José Ensch

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