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A World Health Organization Center for Injuries, Violence and Accident Prevention

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Date: Jun 2, 2009

In most developing countries, the lack of data collection on the size of injury problem has augmented this historical neglect, as a result of avoidable events. In order to develop effective prevention strategies, we need better information on the burden of injuries and violence around the world. This symposium is aimed at those interested in international injury prevention, trauma care, research and data collection to learn from injury surveillance experience around the world.

For more information about this symposium, please click here.

In most developing countries, the lack of data collection on the size of injury problem has augmented this historical neglect, as a result of avoidable events. In order to develop effective prevention strategies, we need better information on the burden of injuries and violence around the world. This symposium is aimed at those interested in international injury prevention, trauma care, research and data collection to learn from injury surveillance experience around the world.

For more information about this symposium, please click here.

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