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Please join together for the Annual General Meeting of the AIPN with guest lecture by Professor Sarah Pink.

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Please see below the following documents related to the 2021 AGM:

  • Agenda AGM 2021
  • Nomination Form
  • Proxy Form
  • Draft Minutes 2020 AGM
  • Financial Reports 2020-2021

Following the AGM, AIPN is pleased to present a keynote speaker Professor Sarah Pink. Sarah will provide an overview of her work in safety, automation and mobility futures. She will discuss how people improvise to keep themselves safe in everyday life, and that by learning from what they do successfully we can better design realistic and plausible ways to support people in staying safe.

Professor Sarah Pink is founding Director of the Emerging Technologies Research Lab at Monash University. Her current research focuses on futures through research into emerging technologies, automation, data, digital technologies, energy, safety and design for wellbeing. Projects investigate future automated mobilities, digital energy futures, self tracking and wearable technologies, smart phone and personal technology, digital technology in everyday life, health care design and the future of work.

Sarah is a world leading Design Anthropologist, known for her development of innovative digital, visual and sensory research and dissemination methodologies, which she engages in interdisciplinary projects with design, engineering and creative practice disciplines to engage with contemporary issues and challenges. She has over 20 years experiences of working with academic and industry research partners internationally and frequently gives keynote and public lectures in academic and business environments internationally.

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AIPN is an independent, non-government network representing all-age, all-cause injury prevention and safety promotion in the Australasian region. The AIPN is governed by a constitution and managed by an elected Executive Committee. We strive to promote knowledge of the causes of injury and safety promotion in order to minimise injury-related harm and reduce inequities throughout Australia and New Zealand.

As the region’s key professional body for practitioners, researchers, academics and allied professionals working in injury prevention and safety promotion. It has a broad-based membership from all sectors of the injury prevention and safety promotion community including:

research, health, transport, emergency services, crime prevention, sport and recreation, planning, industry, policy makers and regulators.

We represents the interests of its constituents, encourage best practice in injury prevention and safety promotion as well as research and injury surveillance.    

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