|09:00||10:00||Plenum presentations||Chair, Anne Brita Normann, Senir adviser, Ministry of Justice and the Police|
|Prof. Dinesh Mohan||Epidemilogy Unravels the Truth Behind Violence: Case Study af the Burning of a Train in India.|
|Dr. Maria Isabel Gutiérrez||Use of Local Data to Helping Public Policies and Community actions.|
Parallel Sessions (10.15 – 11.00)
T11 Occupational Safety. Chair, Ms. Diana Hudson, Alaska, USA.
140- Strong partnerships make safe communities. Dr T L Ng
136-Social Marketing to Promote Farm Tractor Safety in the United States. Dr. Robert McKnight
024- Commitment-based Safety: Test of a Conceptual Model. David M. DeJoy, Robert J. Vandenberg. Lindsay J. Della & Mark G. Wilson
T12 Traffic safety. Chair, Dr. Lars-Gunnar Hörte, Sweden.
150- Taxi Calling Service of Restaurants to Foster the Road Safety in Neihu. Tzung-Shiun Li, Kun-Hung Wu, Chia-Lu Huang
134- Severe traffic accidents in the metropolitan area of Athens, Greece. Demographic, temporal and spatial parameters. Theodoros Sergentanis, Dimitrios Ntourakis, Xanthippi-Argyro Koutsoukou, Evaggelia Tavoulari, Nikolaos Nikolakopoulos, Despina Tavoulari, Ioannis Dragazis, Periandros Karamanis
233- Trends and measures on traffic safety in an European perspective. Guro Ranes.
T13 Suicide Prevention. Chair, Dr. Yoshihide Sorimachi, Japan.
004- A cross-cultural breakdown of suicidal poisoning in Sweden. Mariam Al-Tawil and Marcello Ferrada-Noli
113- Psychological Barrier and Suicide Prevention. Dr. Naoki Watanabe
42- Does school-based no-violent conflict resolution education prevent violence in schools? Mutto Milton, Lett R Ronald, Kahn Kathleen.
T14 Safe Community programes. Chair, Ms. Dawn Vallet, Canada.
030- Community Safety Promotion in Action: October is Community Safety Month in Australia. Michael Bourne and Henk Harberts
045- Effect of the Safe Community Programs on Prevention of Injuries in Arsanjan District. Dr. Moghisi, AR Delavari, N. Azhang.
089- Lessons Learned From Sherpur Safe Community Programme: Concern of developing Safe Communities in Low-income Country Context. Dr. AKM Fazlur Rahman
T15 Community Policing. Chair, James F. Albrecht USA.
Risk Management. Maren Eline Kleiven, The Norwegian Police University College
T16 Sport and Leisure Safety. Chair, Dr. Fatma Hassan, Egypt
118- Risk Taking Behaviours of University Students, Turkey. Prof. Hilal Özcebe
146- Summer Camp Related Injuries among Children. Chryssa Maragou, Themis Spyridopoulos, Agapios Terzidis, Dionisis Papadatos, Ioannis Matzavakis, Eleni Petridou
177- Trends in Ice-Related Immersion Deaths in Canada. Peter Barss.
T17 Regional Safety Programs. Chair, Dr. Gabriele Ellsäßer, Germany.
214- NSW Aboriginal Safety Promotion Strategy. Jola Stewart
090- Local safety assessment: tool kit for local communities. Monique Rainville, Louise Marie Bouchard, Robert Lavertue, Pierre Maurice and Catherine Belley
225- Children’s Injury Prevention in a large German City. Albrecht, Matthias ;Blanke, Werner ; Brexeler-Tsitsanaki, Vaiani; Hoffmann, Gisbert; Kratz, Hilde
|11:30||12:50||Plenum Presentations||Chair, Robert Rastad.|
|Jonas Gahr Støre||The Role of Volunteers in Safe Communities.|
|Dr. Tommy Rosenberg||The Role of Rescue Services in Safe Communities|
|Henk Harberts||Challenges of Violence Prevention in a Community setting.|
|Dr. Daniel Sansfacon||The Resiliency of Prevention: selected narratives from around the world.|
|14:00||15:00||Plenum Presentations||Chair, Erik Gjellestad, Adm. Director. Vesta|
|Prof. Shrikant Bangdiwala||Safe Communities: How can we evaluate the success of our efforts?|
|Dr. Pierre Maurice||Public Health and Crime Prevention: a Collaborative Initiative to Promote Safety.|
|Prof. John Pil Cho||Safety Promotion in a metropolitan city|
Parallel Sessions (15.00 – 16.00)
T21 Evaluation. Chair, Dr Louis Francescutti, Canada
143- Stusy on Evaluation Methods od Safe Community. Wu Zongzhi, Zhou Yonghong
001-12 years Safe Community Vorarlberg, Austria – Results of a long-term evaluation study. Mr. Gerald Furian
215- Effectiveness of the ‘WHO Safe Communities’ model to prevent injury. Rod McClure, Anneliese Spinks, Cathy Turner, Jim Nixon.
061- Evaluation of Emergency Ambulance Services’ speed in the metropolitan area of Athens, Greece. A study on severe traffic accidents. Dimitrios Ntourakis, Theodoros Sergentanis, Xanthippi-Argyro Koutsoukou, Despina Tavoulari, Ioannis Dragazis, Nikolaos Nikolakopoulos, Evaggelia Tavoulari, Periandros Karamanis
T22 Bicycle Safety. Chair, Dr. Robert Ekman, Sweden.
038-Determination of the Elements Effecting Helmet Usage among Motorist in Iran. M.Gouya
151- Telephone Survey on Bicycling Safety. Te-Yuan Tseng, Yi-Kai Wang, Jen-Rung Wu
112- Project LEAP – A Three-Year Study on Effective Involvement of Law Enforcement in Brain Injury Prevention. Sandra G. Dreker
174- Towards a Better Understanding of Motorcycle Injuries in Sweden. Francesco Zambon, Marie Hasselberg
T23 Rescue Services 1, Chair, Dr. Tommy Rosenberg, Sweden.
168- The Role of Local Authorities in Handling Emergencies, Case: Rescue Services in Traffic Accident. Egil Bovim, Kristine Dreyer, Tore Skeie, Arne Aksnes
167- The NYPD and Emergency Agency Response on 11. September 2001: Two Hours of Heroism, Two Hours of Death. James F. Albrecht
088- Key Problem: Burns in Sucklings and Toddlers after Household Injuries. Fette A, Epp B, Petermann U, Schwöbel M
190- First responder defibrillator programme in Norway. Erik Zakariassen, Jan Erik Nilsen
T24 Safe community indicators. Chair, Dr Martha Stowe, USA
228- Education and research possibilities in Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion at Karolinska Institiutet. Lars-Gunnar Hörte
27- Community Based Risk Management, a model for Safe Community. Amirkambiz Hamedanizadeh, Reza Mohammadi
82- Indicators for International Safe Schools. Max Vosskuhler
209- assessment the potentials for safe community in north of Iran. Abtin Heidarzadeh,Shahrokh Yousefzadeh, Pouya Naghsh poor
T25 Community Policing. Chair, Ivar Solum, Norway.
Community Policing in Scandinavia. Stig Vogelius, The National Commissioners Office, Denmark
T26 Transnational Safety. Chair, Dr. Marcello Ferrada-Noli, Sweden.
28- Community level injury mortality trends in Sweden and the three Baltic States: What can we do for prevention? Robert Ekman, Taie Kaasik, Anita Villerusa, Skirmante Starkuviene, Shrikant I. Bangdiwala
083- Injuries as reason for hospitalization in a rural hospital of northern Mexico: Differences between indigenous and mestizo inhabitants. Nathalie Roos, Andrés Balleza and Joel Monárrez-Espino
T27 Traffic safety. Chair, Dr. David Lawrence, USA.
119- Risk-taking behavior among Four-Wheel Drivers and its impact on road traffic disability and deaths: a major public health problem. A. Bener, I. Abu Azab, M. Sankaran-Kutty, F.Toth, G. Lovasz
212- An Examination of the Role of Attributions, Anger and Coping Strategies in Reported Reactive Aggressive Driving. E. F. Vallières, R. J. Vallerand, J. Bergeron
122- Road Traffic Injuries among Children and Young People: The non-implementation of safety measueres to their causation. Dionisis Papadatos, Themis Spyridopoulos, Agapios Terzidis, Delia Marina Alexe, Nick Dessypris, Chryssa Maragou, Eleni Petridou
16.00 – 16.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Parallel Sessions (16.30 – 17.30)
T31 Cost benefit of Safe Community, Chair, Dr. Jan Erik Askildsen, University of Bergen, Norway.
43- Don’t use it, if you don’t mean it. Bjørn Nygaard.
44- Economic Evaluation of an Infant Car-restraint Loan Scheme. Simos Kedikoglou, Themis Spyridopoulos, Maria Belechri, Xanthi Dedoukou, Delia Marina Alexe, Evi Pappa, Asimoula Stamou, Eleni Petridou
105- Potential years of life lost (PYLL) as a means to evaluate and plan Hyvinkää municipal welfare strategy, Ossi Savolainen, Isto Halinen, Ilkka Vohlonen
T32 National safety Programs. Chair, Ms. Merja Söderholm, Finland
- Practical application of the Safe Communities concept by 2 regional Australian communities. Marie-Claude Brown
114- Quantitative Analysis of the status of current active designated safe communities till 2005. Shahnam Arshi, Homayoun Sadeghi-Bazargani, Reza Mohammadi,Mohammad mohammadzadeh, Ali Rouhi, Louiz Amanati, Nasrin homayounifar
75- Home Related injuries in Iran; Some results from a national programme. Reza Mohammadi
T33 Rescue Service- 2. Dr. Tommy Rosenberg, Sweden.
T34 Safe Community Application & Designation Procedures. Chair, Ms. Moa Sundström, WHO CC
231- International Initiatives Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Action of the Safe Communities Network. Sundström Moa, Svanström Leif. MOA
T35 Community Policing . Chair, Roger Finstad, Norway
25 -Community Policing in the USA: An Analysis and Evaluation. James F. Albrecht
70- Gunshots in children: What can be done? AB van As, N du Toit, H Rode
224- Mobilizing Local Knowledge and Capacity for Conflict Resolution and Prevention – The Zwelethemba Model in South Africa. Dr. Jan Froestad
T36 Safe Community Weekly News, Chair. Ms. Ananyr Porto Fajardo. Brazil.
T37 Safety among elderly. Chair, Søren Kølster, Viborg County. Denmark.
018- Assessment of hospitalized home-injured patients at Karsiyaka state hospital, Izmir, Turkey. Zeynep Olmezoglu and Levent B. Kidak
73- Home accidents of the elderly in rural areas of Ardabil province north west of Iran. H djafarzadeh, S Arshi, H Sadeghi-Bazargani, A Delavar, J Adl, A Moghisi, R Mohammadi, A Rouhi Bsc
080- Incidence of fractures among older persons in Finland – a population based 12-years’ follow up. Piirtola Maarit, Vahlberg Tero, Aarnio Pertti, Isoaho Raimo, Kivelä Sirkka-Liisa
|17.30-19.00||Meeting, Afiliate Safe Community Support Centres||Grieghallen, Bergen|