Friday, 29 August, 2014
Liverpool John Moores University

The Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (www.tiig.info) are hosting a Merseyside and Cheshire TIIG event on the morning of the 29th August 2014. This event will take place at Liverpool John Moores University, include local partners working across public health, community safety, police and A&Es in Merseyside and will includes speakers discussing such topics as:

1.       The TIIG process

2.       Improvements in A&E data collection and quality

3.       The value of enhanced assault data

4.       The use of data in local violence and injury work

There will also be opportunities for local partners to share best practice and ways in which data has or can be used. Partners will also be given the chance to provide TIIG with feedback about how they would like to see A&E data sharing progress and how TIIG can support and facilitate improved data sharing.  This event will bring together those who are collecting the data, those sharing the data and those using the data looking at the whole process to see what is already working well and where there are still opportunities to progress.

If you would like to attend this event please contact Jenny Brizell j.s.brizell@ljmu.ac.uk to book a place.

 

Upcoming events

What is evidence based health and wellbeing?

11 January, 2018

Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington

Background: Research suggests that health professionals experience a number of barriers when accessing, reviewing and using evidence for public health practice. Such barriers include: time constraints to produce and review evidence, limited access to credible evidence, lack of confidence in critically appraising evidence, challenges aligning evidence to local political contexts and lack of...

Read more