The 11th European Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion brought together leading European stakeholders in research, policies and practice in the field of prevention of accidents and injuries. The conference highlighted the key priority areas of injury prevention, such as the safety of children & adolescents, older people, work related injuries, vulnerable road users, consumer products and services. Uta Meesmann from Vias institute gave a presentation on the results of ESRA2 and the methodology of ESRA3.

From left to right: Gerald Furian (KfV), Uta Meesmann (Vias institute) and Errol Taylor (charman EuroSafe)


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