Registration Open for the 2012 Health Promotion Conference: ALL INJURIES CAN BE PREVENTED

 

Registration Open for the 2012 Health Promotion Conference: ALL INJURIES CAN BE PREVENTED
14.05.2012
The health promotion conference which is focused on the prevention of injuries will be held on June 8 in the Russian Theatre in Tallinn (5 Vabaduse Square).
We are expecting specialists contributing to the promotion of safety and the prevention of injuries on the local and national level to participate in the conference, including members of the health and safety councils of counties and local governments. We are also expecting representatives of children’s and youth institutions, members of the parliament and the government, representatives of third and private sectors as well as everyone else interested in coming and listening and thinking along with us.
A lot has been done in Estonia over the last two decades regarding the prevention of injuries, and with good results. However, Estonia is still among the European countries where the highest number of people dies as a result of injuries. At the conference, we will highlight success stories related to the prevention of injuries in Estonia and Europe and discuss what would be the most important direction to take, keeping the future in mind.
The agenda of the conference and the introduction of speakers and sessions can be found here Registration and information:

Information about the conference can be found here

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

Participants need to register by June 1, 2012, at the latest or here, as long as there are vacancies. The number of participants is limited! If you have registered but are unable to participate in the conference, please send a corresponding notice to the e-mail address Jana.Veenpere [at] tai.ee by June 5 at the latest.
In case of any further questions, please contact the training specialist Jana Veenpere by sending an e-mail to Jana.Veenpere [at] tai.ee.
Information about parking at the conference can be found here.