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-Plenary Speakers (updated 30 October 2015)

  • Professor Leif Svanström
    Chair WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet
  • Professor Koustuv Dalal
    Founder Chair: International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC CSP
  • Gary A. Smith
    President of Child Injury Prevention Alliance

 

Panel, Training, and Workshop Speakers (updated 30 October 2015)

  • Guldbrand Skjönberg
    International Safe Community Certifier
  • Professor Cho Joonpil
    Professor and Chair, The Center for Community Safety Promotion
  • Professor Lu Pai
    Professor, Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association (TIPSPA)
  • Yoko Shiraishi
    Coordinator Certifying Center of Safe Community
  • Surapol Teinsoot
    Mayor, Muang Nan municipality
  • Professor Koustuv Dalal
    Founder Chair: International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC CSP
  • Chalat Wongsanguan
    Managing Director, SCG Skills Development Co, Ltd
  • Somchai Laohverapanich
    Managing Director, DuPont (Thailand) Limited
  • Suranee Phusuwan
    Manager, Community Development, Hongsa Power Company
  • Kanit Tantisirivit
    Head of Nan Civil Society Coordination Center, Chairman of Nan Health Assembly
  • Professor AKM Fazlur Rahman
    Executive Director at the Centre for Injury Prevention, Health Development and Research, Bangladesh (CIPRB)
  • Tzu-Wei, Huang
    2ndGrade, National Hualien Girl’s Senior High School
  • Associate Professor Chao-Kuang, Lin
    Associate Professor, Education Center for Humanities and Social Sciences National Yang-Ming University
  • Santi Rungnasuan
    Chair, Nakhonpathom Center for Independent Living
  • Professor Dr. María Isabel Gutiérrez
    Head of the Institute for Peace Promotion and Injury / Violence Prevention – CISALVA
  • Bonnie Yau
    Executive Director Occupational Safety and Health Council
  • Michael L. Wilson
    Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety, PeerCorps Trust Fund
  • Barbara Minuzzo
    Senior Project Coordinator, The Royal Children’s Hospital Safety Centre
  • Professor Dr. Mirjana Milankov
    National Center for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion -ASCSC of WHO CC CSP
    Chair of European Safe Community Network
  • Max L. Vosskuhler
    MS Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)
  • Stop Drink Network, Thailand

 

Extra Program Speakers (updated 30 October 2015)

  • Uthen Pandee
    Department of Emergency Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital
  • Channarong Waiyapoj
    The Subcommittee Chairman for Safety Engineering, Engineering Institute of Thailand
  • Pornchai Ngamsitiruk
    Nan Hospital
  • Associate Professor Adisak Plitponkarnpim
    Director of Child Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Research Center
  • Sombat Bhudhasamrit
    Administration and Social Affair Manager SCG Skills Development Co, Ltd.
  • Yoko Shiraishi
    Coordinator Certifying Center of Safe Community
  • Yoshin Sato
    Senior Stuff, Safe Community Promotion team, Section of Citizens’ Safety, Division of Citizens, Koriyama City Government
  • Tadaaki Azuma
    Manager of Section of Risk management, Department of General Policies, Izumiotsu City, Japan
  • Wu, Tzyy-Cheng
    Chief, Military Service and Disaster Prevention Section, Xizhi District Office, New Taipei City
  • Surapol Teinsoot
    Mayor of Muang Nan municipality
  • Kamon Uprarat
    Wieng Saui SAO Council Member, ChiangRai, Thailand
  • Gary A. Smith
    President of Child Injury Prevention Alliance
  • Pongthep Wongwacharapaiboon
    Nan Hospital
  • Waraporn Techasena
    Pediatrician, Nan Hospital
  • Dawne Gardner-Davis
    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Emma Jonsson
    Sweden
  • Sakda Arj-Ong Vallipakorn
    Medical Consultants & Lecturer at Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital
  • Chatchai Imarom
    Department of Community Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital
  • Kronwika Buntanon
    Child Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Research Center
  • Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand
  • AP Honda Thailand
  • Talad Krieb Day Care Center

 

Chair and Co-Chair of Parallel Sessions (updated 30 October 2015)

  1. Injury Surveillance (1) / Fire Prevention
  • Chair: Ragnar Andersson, Karlstad University, Sweden
  • Co-Chair: Dr. Mirjana Milankov, ESCON, Novisad, Serbia
  1. Safe Community (1) / Violence Prevention
  • Chair: Guldbrand Skjönberg, International Safe Community Certifier
  • Co-Chair: Dr. María Isabel Gutiérrez, Director of the Institute for Peace Promotion and Injury/Violence Prevention – CISALVA
  1. Disaster
  • Chair: Cho Joonpil, Chair of the Center for Community Safety Promotion
  • Co-Chair: Shumei Wang, School of Public Health, Fudan University, China
  1. Safe Environment / Injury Surveillance (2)
  • Chair: AKM Fazlur Rahman, Executive Director of Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh
  • Co-Chair: Pimpa Techakamolsuk, Bureau of Epidemiology, Minster of Public Health
  1. Child Safety (1)
  • Chair: Lu Pai, President of Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association
  • Co-Chair: Kanit Tantisirivit, Head of Nan Civil Society Coordination Center, Chairman of Nan Health Assembly
  1. Road Safety (1)
  • Chair: Witaya Chadbunchachai, WHOcc Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
  • Co-Chair: Michael L. Wilson, Director of Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety, PeerCorpsTrust Fund, Tanzania
  1. Safe Elderly / Safe Hospital / EMS
  • Chair: Koustuv Dalal, International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC CSP
  • Co-Chair: Pongthep Wongwatcharapaiboon, Nan hospital
  1. Safe Community (2)
  • Chair: Gary A. Smith, President of Child Injury Prevention Alliance
  • Co-Chair: Waraporn Techasena, Former Deputy Director of Human Recourse Development, Nan Hospital
  1. Road Safety (2)
  • Chair: Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University
  • Co-Chair: Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)
  1. Safe Community (3) / Safe IT / Emerging Disease
  • Chair: Asst Prof. Netnapa Khumthong, Board Member and Treasury of Folk Doctor Foundation, Project Manager of Digital Health Content Management
  • Co-Chair: Jayalath Edirisinghe, Sri Lanka
  1. Child Safety (2) / Safe School and Day care
  • Chair: Jeongyee Bae, Inje University
  • Co-Chair: Max L. Vosskuhler, Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)
  1. Road Safety (3)
  • Chair: Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University
  • Co-Chair: Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)

 

Parallel Sessions (updated 30 October 2015)

  • Injury Surveillance 1, 2
  • Fire Prevention
  • Safe Community 1, 2, 3
  • Violence Prevention
  • Disaster
  • Safe Environment
  • Child Safety 1, 2
  • Road Safety 1, 2, 3
  • Safe Elderly
  • Safe Hospital
  • EMS
  • Safe IT
  • Emerging Disease
  • Safe School and Day care

 

 

 

MAIN CONFERENCE PROGRAM: 22-25 November 2015 (Updated 16 November 2015)

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Sunday, 22 November 2015 (Pre-conference)
08.00 – 12.00 Training 1

Implementation, Processes and Support through to Designation

 

Chair: Max L. Vosskuhler, MS Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room

 

10.30 – 12.00 Business Meeting 1 (by invitation)

Board members of International Safe Community Certifying Centre

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Bann Nan Hotel,

Bann Nan Restaurant

 

 

10.00 – 18.00 Registration Open Dhevaraj Hotel  
13.00 – 14.30 Business Meeting 2 (by invitation)

Assembly members of International Safe Community Certifying Centre

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 1 Room

 

 

14.30 – 15.00 Business Meeting 3 (by invitation)

New executive board member Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 1 Room

 

15.00 – 16.00 Training 2 (by invitation)

The Second International Training Course for accreditation to become International Safe Community Certifiers incl Faculty  

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 1 Room

 

 

15.00 – 16.30 Workshop 1 (open for interested, Support Centre)

ISC certification-New Future SCc

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room

 

 

 

15.00 – 16.30 Workshop 2

Safe Hospital

 

Chair: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, Founder & Chair of the International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Pailin Room

 

17.00 – 19.00 Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception

 

Delegates are invited to the Khuang Muang where there is a big open square in the center of town for the Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception. You will enjoy local drinks and snacks. More information and a map of the Khuang Muang at http://www.nanlifewaymuseum.com/360/en/map.html

 

Dress Code: Formal National clothes are recommended.

 

For those who have registered: please wear your badge to access the Welcome Reception & Opening Ceremony.

For those who have not registered: please show your Invitation Card or can purchase ticket on-site for 300 baht to access the Welcome Reception & Opening Ceremony.

Khuang Muang

(Wat Phu Mintr square)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, 23 November 2015
08.00 – 10.00 Registration Open Dhevaraj Hotel  
09.00 – 10.30 Parallel Session 1

 

1. Injury Surveillance (1) / Fire Prevention, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Prof. Ragnar Andersson, Karlstad University, Sweden

Co-Chair: Prof. Dr. Mirjana Milankov, ESCON, Novisad, Serbia

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Assessing the number of fire fatalities in a defined population         Anders Jonsson, SWEDEN
  2. Fire-related mortality in Sweden-temporal trends 1952-2013 Anders Jonsson, SWEDEN
  3. Differences in Determinants Amongst Individuals Reporting Residential Fires in Sweden         Finn Nilson, SWEDEN
  4. The effect of the transition from the ninth to the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases on external cause registration of injury morbidity in Sweden Finn Nilson, SWEDEN
  5. Towards an evidence based Zero Vision on residential fires Ragnar Andersson, SWEDEN
  6. Profiling bodily trauma by demographic and occupational characteristics among workers injured in the county of Gävleborg between 2007-2012 Leah Okenwa Emegwa, SWEDEN

 

2. Safe Community (1) / Violence Prevention, Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Guldbrand Skjönberg, International Safe Community Certifier

Co-Chair: Dr. María Isabel Gutiérrez, Director, the Institute for Peace Promotion and Injury/Violence Prevention – CISALVA

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Mashhad the Safe Metropolitan Amir Azizi, IRAQ
  2. Development of the Mental Health Model on Korean Immigrants in USA, Dong Su Han, KOREA
  3. Significant improvement of social security and public safety after the promotion of healthy city program in New Taipei, Taiwan Hsien-Wen Kuo, TAIWAN
  4. Teaming Up for Safety – Using Risk Assessment Tools, Eva Vaagland, SWEDEN
  5. Is Risk Perception a Reflective Construct? Torbjorn Rundmo, NORWAY
  6. Analysis and Verification of Fear of Crime through the Local Resident’s Consciousness Investigation Ai Suzuki, JAPAN
  7. Development Community Participation to Stop Alcohol in         Wang Wa district Nan province Thailand Jurarat Suriyathai, THAILAND
  8. The Research of Injuries and Depression among Taiwanese Indigenes         Chao Kuang Lin, TAIWAN

 

3. Disaster, Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Cho Joonpil, Chair, the Center for Community Safety Promotion

Co-Chair: Prof. Shumei Wang, School of Public Health, Fudan University, China

Topic & Presenter:

  1. A study of in depth indigenous knowledge for Development of health management Model during flood disaster in Center of Thailand Community Wipuskorn Klai-ket, THAILAND
  2. Innovation by Flood-Prone Community: Nan Safety Model for Disaster Risk Reduction Puntita Tanwattana, THAILAND
  3. Housing with safety: case study from Great hanshin earthquake (Kobe city) and Northern Thailand earthquake (Chingrai) Titaya Sararit, THAILAND
  4. Prepare for Flooding Disaster Somboon Tangnoi, THAILAND
  5. Community Fire Protection Vatthanachai Bunmana, THAILAND
  6. Fire Drills and Fire Evaculation in school Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel

10.00 – 12.30 Site-visit (Safe Community-A)

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Bann Num Lom Village, Nan
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break Dhevaraj Hotel
11.00 – 12.30 Parallel Session 2

4. Safe Environment / Injury Surveillance (2), Bussarakum 1 Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

 

Chair: Prof. AKM Fazlur Rahman, Executive Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh

Co-Chair: Dr. Pimpa Techakamolsuk, Bureau of Epidemiology, Minister of Public Health
Topic & Presenter:

1.     Development of Gumi City Fall Prevention Program: Cantered on Evidence-Based Practice Hyeji Ju, KOREA

2.     Spitzer, Till: Evaluation without hospital partners: A mission impossible! Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA

3.     A Study on prevalence and risk factors in children with excessive lead in their blood and the risk of lead poisoning in Muang Samutsakhon District Samutsakhon Province Tipvarin Pumnoi, THAILAND

4.     Development Community Participation to Non-smoking Community Tha Wang Pha District Nan Province Thailand Watchareekorn Piman, THAILAND

5.     An analysis of ocular injuries among youth baseball athletes utilizing school insurance big data in Japan Kinji Kusumoto, JAPAN

6.     Community and Toxic Waste Management, Natchapon Kerdkasem, THAILAND

7.     Safe School Zone Project Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND

8.     Environmental investigation for mass lead poisoning among children in industrial area of Samutsakorn Thailand Athipat Athipongarporn, THAILAND

 

5. Child Safety (1), Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Gary A. Smith, President, Child Injury Prevention Alliance

Co-Chair: Dr. Waraporn Techasena, Former Deputy Director, Human Resource Development, Nan Hospital
Topic & Presenter:

  1. Impact of urbanization on child safety in Iran Alireza Moghisi, IRAN
  2. A Long-term Evaluation of Interventions on Preventing Preschool Children’s Injury in a Safe Community in Shanghai from 2009 to 2014 Shuangxiao Qu, CHINA
  3. Child Restraint with Lifestyle in Thailand: A case study of Khon Kaen Province   Suwanna Thadapipat, THAILAND
  4. Injury Prevention Service at the Health Promoting Hospital of Graz         Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA
  5. The skill in swimming to prevent drowning among children Chantharat Khamkoet, THAILAND
  6. Distl, Spitzer, Hoellwarth: A Safe Children Community – Our way from Theory to practice Sabine Distl, AUSTRIA
  7. Model development of helmet use promotion among child Motorcycle passengers by applying the social marketing Khajornsak Janpanit, THAILAND
  8. Prevention of Children from drowning Athisak Puyati, THAILAND

 

6. Road Safety (1), Pailin Room

Chair: Dr. Witaya Chadbunchachai, WHOcc Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
Co-Chair: Michael L. Wilson, Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety, PeerCorpsTrust Fund, Tanzania

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Determinants of red light violation among Thai rural motorcyclists Orapin Laosee, THAILAND
  2. Traffic-related injuries among the youth in the UAE: A prospective study in Al Ain city Michal Grivna, CZECH REPUBLIC
  3. Approaches to Road Safety Plans in the Biggest Urban Municipalities in Norway Stig H. Jorgensen, NORWAY
  4. Analysis on the Current States of Traffic Accidents In Namgu District of Ulsan Metropolitan Korea Jongwon Hwang, KOREA
  5. A community based social identity approach for pro-environmental and safe travel mode choices Inge Ernald Simonsen, NORWAY
  6. Attitude towards wearing seat belts of Drivers in Sri lanka Jayalath Edirisinghe, SRI LANKA
  7. Are Bus Drivers Speeding in Malaysia? Kulanthayan S., MALAYSIA
  8. Public Health Medical Prescription Children Safety Helmet Kulanthayan S., MALAYSIA
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel

  

  

 

11.00 – 12.30 Workshop 3

How to be designated?

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair of WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room

 

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Dhevaraj Hotel
13.30 – 15.00 Parallel Session 3

 

7. Safe Elderly / Safe Hospital / EMS, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC CSP.
Co-Chair: Dr. Pongthep Wongwatcharapaiboon, Nan hospital

Topic & Presenter:

  1. The Innovation of Home improvement for elder in community by Integrated approach by multidiscipline: A case study at Pua Nan Paijitra Loskultong, THAILAND
  2. Development safety prevention of newborn in Post partum department of Tha Wang Pha Hospital         Papatsorn Rattasot, THAILAND
  3. Novel 5-step program for reducing substance abuse related problems by integrating hospital, detention center, and community Tien-Yu Chen, TAIWAN
  4. Functions of a nation-wide free telephone consultation system, ‘Yorisoi’ Hotline in Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake Yoshihide Sorimachi, JAPAN
  5. Services and Development of Primary Emergency Medical Service (FR HINLAD TEAM) Songkram Saenram, THAILAND
  6. EMS Reporter: capacity building in mass communication Suwapat Apinyanont, THAILAND
  7. An Improvement of EMS by Integrated Network at Dansai District Loei Province Pornpilai Niyomtin, THAILAND

 

8. Safe Community (2), Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Lu Pai, President, Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association

Co-Chair: Dr. Kanit Tantisiriwit, Head of Nan Civil Society Coordination Center, Chairman of Nan Health Assembly

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Safety inspection of the area utilizing “Kiki-Gaki Map” Rui Izumiyama, JAPAN
  2. Impacts of Safe Community programs at Kagoshima City Japan Harumi Furukawa, JAPAN
  3. Increasing of life expectancy in Muang Nan municipality as the impact of safe community project         Pongthep Wongwatcharapaiboon, THAILAND
  4. Research on Safety Environment of Infant-Toddler Care Centers in Namgu District of Ulsan metropolitan Korea         Chang Hyo Bae, KOREA
  5. Strong Wangsaipoon Sub-district with Non-violence Nathree Kultham, THAILAND
  6. Developmental Strategy after the Designation of the Busan Metropolitan International Safe Community Program Fitting the Policies of the Korean Government for Guaranteed Sustainability Jeongyee Bae, KOREA
  7. Engagement of Safe Community Programme through collaborative partnerships in Hong Kong Nancy Tung, HONG KONG
  8. Long-term evaluation of Safe Community Program in Taiwan Chi-Hsiang Chung, TAIWAN

 

9. Road Safety (2), Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University

Co-Chair: Dr. Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. To increase pedestrian safety in the Jinshan downtown area Yen Hui Chen, TAIWAN
  2. The safety effects of daytime running lights in reducing motorcycle accidents and injury severity Nongnuch Thanthithum, THAILAND
  3. Prevalence of road crashes among different age groups in Songhor-Iran Javad Heshmati, IRAN
  4. Effects of education on prevention of motorcycle-related crashes, injuries, and deaths in Songhor-Iran Alireza Ahmadi, IRAN
  5. Spitzer, Till: Are helmet laws effective? Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA
  6. Surveillance and Information System Improvement for Road Traffic Injuries Nongnuch Thanthithum, THAILAND
  7. Effects of intersectoral collaboration in promoting the use of motorcycle Wang Ai-Ching, TAIWAN
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel

 

 

 

 

14.00 – 16.00 Site-visit (Safe Community-B)

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Bann Phu Min-Ta Lee Village
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee break Dhevaraj Hotel
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel Session 4

 

10. Safe Community (3) / Safe IT / Emerging Disease, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Asst Prof. Netnapa Khumthong, Board Member and Treasury of Folk Doctor Foundation, Project Manager of Digital Health Content ManagementCo-Chair: Jayalath Edirisinghe, Sri Lanka

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Teacher Safe: Digital application as an occupational Safety tool Brita Somerkoski, FINLAND
  2. Social Networks and Culture of Prevention Oswaldo Basurto, MEXICO
  3. Surveillance and Prevention of Dengue Fever in the Community Phimpha Daengrueang, THAILAND
  4. Surveillance and Prevention of Swine influenza 2009 (H1N1) Suda Lawanrattanakul, THAILAND
  5. Home after School         Suganya Jinprapat, THAILAND
  6. Playground Safety Project, Child Development Center of TaladKrieb Sub-district (Learning Center for Playground Safety) Somkid Paktawee, THAILAND
  7. Injury Surveillance and Monitoring Injury and Violence Risk Student Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND

 

11. Child Safety (2) / Safe School and Day care, Morakot Room

Chair: Prof. Jeongyee Bae, Inje University

Co-Chair: Max L. Vosskuhler, Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Causality analysis on periodic questionnaire data to grasp the effect of Safe School program         Takaya Kojima, JAPAN
  2. A study on Examination of Safe School Program by the School children Questionnaire Survey         Mika Shigene, JAPAN
  3. The evaluation of a school-based injury prevention programme among primary students Sun Ye, CHINA
  4. A study on design of school children questionnaire for evaluation of safe school program         Naoko Wakabayashi, JAPAN
  5. Promoting Children’s Health Through Injury Surveillance based Safety Education Koji Kitamura, JAPAN
  6. Distl, Spitzer, Brandmayr: Development of Safe Schools in Austria – Our road to success. A European approach Sabine Distl, AUSTRIA
  7. International Safe Schools at 15: Successes, Challenges and Future Max Vosskuhler, USA
  8. The Development of Experiential Learning Model for self Development of Rajabhat University Students Anchalee Sangarwut, THAILAND
  9. Participatory Management of Safe School Project by using The PAOR Workshop Process   Varee Sirirattanaamporn, THAILAND

 

12. Road Safety (3), Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University

Co-Chair: Dr. Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Safety Measures for traffic Accidents of Bicycle Traffic in Japan Satoru Kobayakawa, JAPAN
  2. ATRANS Research Project on Safety Map Applica for Community Saroch Boonsiripant, THAILAND
  3. Risk Riding Behaviors among Young Motorcyclists in Chon Buri Waiphot Kulachai, THAILAND
  4. The Potential Development for Traffic Accident Prevention of Stakeholder in Communities beside Highway in the Northeast of Thailand Chulaporn Sota, THAILAND
  5. Present State and Problems of Traffic Safety Measures in Japan ~ focused on Children         Satoshi Kamada, JAPAN
  6. Smart Taxi Technology for Safe Driving Agachai Sumaree, THAILAND
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel

 

16.00 – 17.00 Business Meeting 4 (by invitation)

Representatives of International Safe Community Support Centre

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room  

 

 

Tuesday, 24 November 2015
08.00 – 10.00 Registration Open Dhevaraj Hotel
08.00 – 09.00 Meeting 5 (Only for delegates from ISC SC in Asian region)

Asian Coalition of International Safe Community Support Centers

 

Chair: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

Attendees: Prof. Cho Joonpil, Chair of the Center for Community Safety Promotion, Prof. Lu Pai, Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association, Assoc. Prof. Adisak Plitponkarnpim, Director of Child safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Research Center, Dr. Yoko Shiraishi, Coordinator Certifying Center of Safe Community, Seven International Safe Community Support Centers

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room  

09.00 – 12.00 Workshop (by invitation)

Meeting of Disaster Management

 

By Mr. Man Purotaganon

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Pailin Room

09.00 – 09.30 Plenary 1

International Safe Community Movement – The Scientific Base

 

Speaker: Prof. Leif Svanström, Chair, WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion Karolinska Institutet

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

09.30 – 10.00 Plenary 2

Achievement of Safe Communities over the decades: from Lidköping to ……..”

 

Speaker: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, Founder & Chair of the International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

Meeting

Thai Safe Community Movement by Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand

 

Chair: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Morakot Room

10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break & Poster Presentation Time Dhevaraj Hotel
10.30 – 12.00 Panel 1

The Role of Communities in Community Safety Management

 

Chair: Dr. Guldbrand Skjönberg, International Safe Community Certifier
Topic: Involving of NGO:s in Safe Communities, Democratic aspects and examples from some Safe Communities in different countriesSpeakers:

– Prof. Cho Joonpil, Chair of the Center for Community Safety Promotion

Topic: Political leaderships and community participation for a sustainable Safe Community

– Prof. Lu Pai, Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association

Topic: The Role of Communities in Community Safety Promotion – Initiators, Supporters, Implementers and Beneficiaries

– Dr. Yoko Shiraishi, Coordinator Certifying Center of Safe Community

Topic: What communities can and should do in the Community Safety Management

– Mr. Surapol Teinsoot, Mayor, Muang Nan municipality

Topic: The brain centre for energising people’s society, towards sustainable Safe Communities Culture

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

 

 

12.00 – 13.00 Business Meeting 6 (by Invitation)

ISS Centres Meeting on International Safe Schools Certifying Centres, Supporters of International Safe Schools

 

Chair: Max L. Vosskuhler, MS, Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room  

 

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch & Poster Presentation Time Dhevaraj Hotel
13.00 – 16.00 Workshop 4

No alcohol in Nan Longboat Festival

 

Chair: Stop Drink Network

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Pailin Room  

13.00 – 14.00 Panel 2

The Role of private sector in Safe Community

 

Chair: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, Founder & Chair of the International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC

Topic: Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion: If money talks then why not private sectors?

 

Speakers:

– Mr. Chalat Wongsanguan, Managing Director, SCG Skills Development Co.,Ltd
Topic: Developing Defensive Driving Skills for Safe Society

– Dr. Somchai Laohverapanich, Managing Director, DuPont (Thailand) Limited

Topic: DuPont Stewardship & Sustainability

– Ms. Suranee Phusuwan, Manager, Community Development, Hongsa Power Company

Topic: Hongsa Health Surveillance Start-up and Approaches

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

 

 

14.00 – 14.30 Plenary 3

Injury Prevention Knowledge and Skills Transfer

 

Speaker: Dr. Gary A. Smith, President, Child Injury Prevention Alliance

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

 

14.30 – 15.00 Coffee break & Poster Presentation Time Dhevaraj Hotel
15.00 – 16.30 Panel 3

Safety for vulnerable groups

 

Chair: Dr. Kanit Tantisirivit, Head of Nan Civil Society Coordination Center and Chairman of Nan Health Assembly

Co-Chair: Prof. AKM Fazlur Rahman, Executive Director of Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh

 

Speakers:

– Ms. Tzu-Wei, Huang, 2nd Grade of National Hualien Girl’s Senior High School

Topic: Wu Wei Wu”– Adolescent Safety Promotion Project in Shoufeng Safe Community

– Assoc. Dr. Chao-Kuang Lin, Education Center for Humanities and Social Sciences National Yang-Ming University

Topic: The Research of Injuries and Depression among Taiwanese Indigenes

– Mr. Santi Rungnasuan, Chair of Independent Living Nakhon Prathom Center

Topic: Organizing safety for disability at personal and community levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

 

13.00 – 17.00 Training 4 (Extra Program for Thai)

Community Preparedness for Disaster Management (English/Thai)

16.30 Testing Earthquake Stimulation

 

Chair: Dr. Yoko Shiraishi, Chair, Japan Institution for safe communities

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Morakot Room

 

 

 

Wednesday, 25 November 2015
07.30 – 08.30 Registration Open Dhevaraj Hotel
08.30 – 09.30 Business Meeting 7

Round table for mayors on Safe Communities

 

Attendees: Prof. Joon Pil Cho, Dr. Lu Pai, Dr. Yoko Shiraishi and 2 Japanese   Mayors, Dr. Mahippathorn Chinnapha, and 3 Thai Mayors

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Bussarakum 2 Room

 

08.30 – 10.00 Panel 4

Key Success on participation in national and international Safe Communities networks

 

Chair: Dr. María Isabel Gutiérrez, Head of the Institute for Peace Promotion and Injury / Violence Prevention – CISALVA

Topic: Involvement of Grassroots of Latin America to build a Safety Community

 

Speakers:

– Ms. Bonnie Yau, Executive Director Occupational Safety and Health Council

Topic: Nurturing a Preventive Culture through the Dynamics of Safe Community Programmes

– Michael L. Wilson, Director of the Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety, PeerCorps Trust Fund

Topic: Catalyzing injury prevention in Tanzania – from grassroots to the national stage

– Barbara Minuzzo, Senior Project Coordinator of the Royal Children’s Hospital Safety Centre

Topic: Transforming the injury prevention landscape for children and their families – Safe Communities in the Australian setting

– Prof. Dr. Mirjana Milankov, National Center for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion -ASCSC of WHO CC CSP

Topic: Key Success on participation in national and international Safe Communities networks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

 

 

 

10.00 – 10.15 Coffee break & Poster Presentation Time Dhevaraj Hotel
10.15 – 11.00 Safe Hospital Designation

Safe Hospital Accreditation to Nan Hospital and Ta Wang Pha Hospital

 

Chair: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, Founder & Chair of the International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC

 

Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

11.00 – 12.30 Closing Session Dhevaraj Hotel,

Grand Ballroom

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Dhevaraj Hotel
17.30 – 21.00 Conference Banquet & Loy Kratong Festival

 

Khan Toke Dinner and Loy Kratong Festival (Khan Toke kind of wooden utensil in northern Thailand)

 

Dress Code: Nan’s clothes are recommended.

 

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Near Nan River,

 

Baan Tha Lo, Tambon Faikaew, Amphur Phupheang, Nan

 

ORAL PRESENTATION (Updated 16 November 2015)

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Parallel Session 1
 
1. Injury Surveillance (1) / Fire Prevention, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Prof. Ragnar Andersson, Karlstad University, Sweden

Co-Chair: Prof. Dr. Mirjana Milankov, ESCON, Novisad, Serbia

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Assessing the number of fire fatalities in a defined population         Anders Jonsson, SWEDEN
  2. Fire-related mortality in Sweden-temporal trends 1952-2013 Anders Jonsson, SWEDEN
  3. Differences in Determinants Amongst Individuals Reporting Residential Fires in Sweden         Finn Nilson, SWEDEN
  4. The effect of the transition from the ninth to the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases on external cause registration of injury morbidity in Sweden Finn Nilson, SWEDEN
  5. Towards an evidence based Zero Vision on residential fires Ragnar Andersson, SWEDEN
  6. Profiling bodily trauma by demographic and occupational characteristics among workers injured in the county of Gävleborg between 2007-2012 Leah Okenwa Emegwa, SWEDEN
2. Safe Community (1) / Violence Prevention, Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Guldbrand Skjönberg, International Safe Community Certifier

Co-Chair: Dr. María Isabel Gutiérrez, Director, the Institute for Peace Promotion and Injury/Violence Prevention – CISALVA

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Mashhad the Safe Metropolitan Amir Azizi, IRAQ
  2. Development of the Mental Health Model on Korean Immigrants in USA, Dong Su Han, KOREA
  3. Significant improvement of social security and public safety after the promotion of healthy city program in New Taipei, Taiwan Hsien-Wen Kuo, TAIWAN
  4. Teaming Up for Safety – Using Risk Assessment Tools, Eva Vaagland, SWEDEN
  5. Is Risk Perception a Reflective Construct? Torbjorn Rundmo, NORWAY
  6. Analysis and Verification of Fear of Crime through the Local Resident’s Consciousness Investigation Ai Suzuki, JAPAN
  7. Development Community Participation to Stop Alcohol in         Wang Wa district Nan province Thailand Jurarat Suriyathai, THAILAND
  8. The Research of Injuries and Depression among Taiwanese Indigenes         Chao Kuang Lin, TAIWAN
3. Disaster, Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Cho Joonpil, Chair, the Center for Community Safety Promotion

Co-Chair: Prof. Shumei Wang, School of Public Health, Fudan University, China

Topic & Presenter:

  1. A study of in depth indigenous knowledge for Development of health management Model during flood disaster in Center of Thailand Community Wipuskorn Klai-ket, THAILAND
  2. Innovation by Flood-Prone Community: Nan Safety Model for Disaster Risk Reduction Puntita Tanwattana, THAILAND
  3. Housing with safety: case study from Great hanshin earthquake (Kobe city) and Northern Thailand earthquake (Chingrai) Titaya Sararit, THAILAND
  4. Prepare for Flooding Disaster Somboon Tangnoi, THAILAND
  5. Community Fire Protection Vatthanachai Bunmana, THAILAND
  6. Fire Drills and Fire Evaculation in school Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND
Parallel Session 2
 
4. Safe Environment / Injury Surveillance (2), Bussarakum 1 Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

Chair: Prof. AKM Fazlur Rahman, Executive Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh

Co-Chair: Dr. Pimpa Techakamolsuk, Bureau of Epidemiology, Minister of Public Health
Topic & Presenter:

1.     Development of Gumi City Fall Prevention Program: Cantered on Evidence-Based Practice Hyeji Ju, KOREA

2.     Spitzer, Till: Evaluation without hospital partners: A mission impossible! Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA

3.     A Study on prevalence and risk factors in children with excessive lead in their blood and the risk of lead poisoning in Muang Samutsakhon District Samutsakhon Province Tipvarin Pumnoi, THAILAND

4.     Development Community Participation to Non-smoking Community Tha Wang Pha District Nan Province Thailand Watchareekorn Piman, THAILAND

5.     An analysis of ocular injuries among youth baseball athletes utilizing school insurance big data in Japan Kinji Kusumoto, JAPAN

6.     Community and Toxic Waste Management, Natchapon Kerdkasem, THAILAND

7.     Safe School Zone Project Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND

8.     Environmental investigation for mass lead poisoning among children in industrial area of Samutsakorn Thailand Athipat Athipongarporn, THAILAND

5. Child Safety (1), Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Gary A. Smith, President, Child Injury Prevention Alliance

Co-Chair: Dr. Waraporn Techasena, Former Deputy Director, Human Resource Development, Nan Hospital
Topic & Presenter:

  1. Impact of urbanization on child safety in Iran Alireza Moghisi, IRAN
  2. A Long-term Evaluation of Interventions on Preventing Preschool Children’s Injury in a Safe Community in Shanghai from 2009 to 2014 Shuangxiao Qu, CHINA
  3. Child Restraint with Lifestyle in Thailand: A case study of Khon Kaen Province   Suwanna Thadapipat, THAILAND
  4. Injury Prevention Service at the Health Promoting Hospital of Graz         Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA
  5. The skill in swimming to prevent drowning among children Chantharat Khamkoet, THAILAND
  6. Distl, Spitzer, Hoellwarth: A Safe Children Community – Our way from Theory to practice Sabine Distl, AUSTRIA
  7. Model development of helmet use promotion among child Motorcycle passengers by applying the social marketing Khajornsak Janpanit, THAILAND
  8. Prevention of Children from drowning Athisak Puyati, THAILAND
6. Road Safety (1), Pailin Room

Chair: Dr. Witaya Chadbunchachai, WHOcc Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
Co-Chair: Michael L. Wilson, Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety, PeerCorpsTrust Fund, Tanzania

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Determinants of red light violation among Thai rural motorcyclists Orapin Laosee, THAILAND
  2. Traffic-related injuries among the youth in the UAE: A prospective study in Al Ain city Michal Grivna, CZECH REPUBLIC
  3. Approaches to Road Safety Plans in the Biggest Urban Municipalities in Norway Stig H. Jorgensen, NORWAY
  4. Analysis on the Current States of Traffic Accidents In Namgu District of Ulsan Metropolitan Korea Jongwon Hwang, KOREA
  5. A community based social identity approach for pro-environmental and safe travel mode choices Inge Ernald Simonsen, NORWAY
  6. Attitude towards wearing seat belts of Drivers in Sri lanka Jayalath Edirisinghe, SRI LANKA
  7. Are Bus Drivers Speeding in Malaysia? Kulanthayan S., MALAYSIA
  8. Public Health Medical Prescription Children Safety Helmet Kulanthayan S., MALAYSIA
 
Parallel Session 3
 
7. Safe Elderly / Safe Hospital / EMS, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Prof. Koustuv Dalal, International Safe Hospital Network, WHO CC CSP.
Co-Chair: Dr. Pongthep Wongwatcharapaiboon, Nan hospital

Topic & Presenter:

  1. The Innovation of Home improvement for elder in community by Integrated approach by multidiscipline: A case study at Pua Nan Paijitra Loskultong, THAILAND
  2. Development safety prevention of newborn in Post partum department of Tha Wang Pha Hospital         Papatsorn Rattasot, THAILAND
  3. Novel 5-step program for reducing substance abuse related problems by integrating hospital, detention center, and community Tien-Yu Chen, TAIWAN
  4. Functions of a nation-wide free telephone consultation system, ‘Yorisoi’ Hotline in Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake Yoshihide Sorimachi, JAPAN
  5. Services and Development of Primary Emergency Medical Service (FR HINLAD TEAM) Songkram Saenram, THAILAND
  6. EMS Reporter: capacity building in mass communication Suwapat Apinyanont, THAILAND
  7. An Improvement of EMS by Integrated Network at Dansai District Loei Province Pornpilai Niyomtin, THAILAND
 
8. Safe Community (2), Morakot Room

Chair: Dr. Lu Pai, President, Taiwanese Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Association

Co-Chair: Dr. Kanit Tantisiriwit, Head of Nan Civil Society Coordination Center, Chairman of Nan Health Assembly

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Safety inspection of the area utilizing “Kiki-Gaki Map” Rui Izumiyama, JAPAN
  2. Impacts of Safe Community programs at Kagoshima City Japan Harumi Furukawa, JAPAN
  3. Increasing of life expectancy in Muang Nan municipality as the impact of safe community project         Pongthep Wongwatcharapaiboon, THAILAND
  4. Research on Safety Environment of Infant-Toddler Care Centers in Namgu District of Ulsan metropolitan Korea         Chang Hyo Bae, KOREA
  5. Strong Wangsaipoon Sub-district with Non-violence Nathree Kultham, THAILAND
  6. Developmental Strategy after the Designation of the Busan Metropolitan International Safe Community Program Fitting the Policies of the Korean Government for Guaranteed Sustainability Jeongyee Bae, KOREA
  7. Engagement of Safe Community Programme through collaborative partnerships in Hong Kong Nancy Tung, HONG KONG
  8. Long-term evaluation of Safe Community Program in Taiwan Chi-Hsiang Chung, TAIWAN
 
9. Road Safety (2), Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University

Co-Chair: Dr. Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. To increase pedestrian safety in the Jinshan downtown area Yen Hui Chen, TAIWAN
  2. The safety effects of daytime running lights in reducing motorcycle accidents and injury severity Nongnuch Thanthithum, THAILAND
  3. Prevalence of road crashes among different age groups in Songhor-Iran Javad Heshmati, IRAN
  4. Effects of education on prevention of motorcycle-related crashes, injuries, and deaths in Songhor-Iran Alireza Ahmadi, IRAN
  5. Spitzer, Till: Are helmet laws effective? Peter Spitzer, AUSTRIA
  6. Surveillance and Information System Improvement for Road Traffic Injuries Nongnuch Thanthithum, THAILAND
  7. Effects of intersectoral collaboration in promoting the use of motorcycle Wang Ai-Ching, TAIWAN
 
Parallel Session 4
 
10. Safe Community (3) / Safe IT / Emerging Disease, Bussarakum 1 Room

Chair: Asst Prof. Netnapa Khumthong, Board Member and Treasury of Folk Doctor Foundation, Project Manager of Digital Health Content ManagementCo-Chair: Jayalath Edirisinghe, Sri Lanka

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Teacher Safe: Digital application as an occupational Safety tool Brita Somerkoski, FINLAND
  2. Social Networks and Culture of Prevention Oswaldo Basurto, MEXICO
  3. Surveillance and Prevention of Dengue Fever in the Community Phimpha Daengrueang, THAILAND
  4. Surveillance and Prevention of Swine influenza 2009 (H1N1) Suda Lawanrattanakul, THAILAND
  5. Home after School         Suganya Jinprapat, THAILAND
  6. Playground Safety Project, Child Development Center of TaladKrieb Sub-district (Learning Center for Playground Safety) Somkid Paktawee, THAILAND
  7. Injury Surveillance and Monitoring Injury and Violence Risk Student Sitthiphan Phanit-in, THAILAND
 
11. Child Safety (2) / Safe School and Day care, Morakot Room

Chair: Prof. Jeongyee Bae, Inje University

Co-Chair: Max L. Vosskuhler, Consultant, WHO CC Community Safety Promotion, Stockholm Chair, International Safe Schools (Designation Program)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Causality analysis on periodic questionnaire data to grasp the effect of Safe School program         Takaya Kojima, JAPAN
  2. A study on Examination of Safe School Program by the School children Questionnaire Survey         Mika Shigene, JAPAN
  3. The evaluation of a school-based injury prevention programme among primary students Sun Ye, CHINA
  4. A study on design of school children questionnaire for evaluation of safe school program         Naoko Wakabayashi, JAPAN
  5. Promoting Children’s Health Through Injury Surveillance based Safety Education Koji Kitamura, JAPAN
  6. Distl, Spitzer, Brandmayr: Development of Safe Schools in Austria – Our road to success. A European approach Sabine Distl, AUSTRIA
  7. International Safe Schools at 15: Successes, Challenges and Future Max Vosskuhler, USA
  8. The Development of Experiential Learning Model for self Development of Rajabhat University Students Anchalee Sangarwut, THAILAND
  9. Participatory Management of Safe School Project by using The PAOR Workshop Process   Varee Sirirattanaamporn, THAILAND
 
12. Road Safety (3), Pailin Room

Chair: Prof. Dr. Atsushi Fukuda, Transportation Systems Engineering, College of Science and Technology Nihon University

Co-Chair: Dr. Tuenjai Fukuda, ATRANS (Asian Transportation Research Society)

Topic & Presenter:

  1. Safety Measures for traffic Accidents of Bicycle Traffic in Japan Satoru Kobayakawa, JAPAN
  2. ATRANS Research Project on Safety Map Applica for Community Saroch Boonsiripant, THAILAND
  3. Risk Riding Behaviors among Young Motorcyclists in Chon Buri Waiphot Kulachai, THAILAND
  4. The Potential Development for Traffic Accident Prevention of Stakeholder in Communities beside Highway in the Northeast of Thailand Chulaporn Sota, THAILAND
  5. Present State and Problems of Traffic Safety Measures in Japan ~ focused on Children         Satoshi Kamada, JAPAN
  6. Smart Taxi Technology for Safe Driving Agachai Sumaree, THAILAND

 

POSTER PRESENTATION (Updated 16 November 2015)

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Poster Theme 1: Injury Surveillance (1) / Fire Prevention
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Bussarakum 1 Room, Dhevaraj Hotel
 
1.Yih Jin Hu TAIWAN Predictors of Injuries Incidences among Residents of Remote Areas in Taiwan
2.Leah Emegwa SWEDEN Economic Burden of Occupational Injuries on Primary Healthcare
3.Pei Ching Wang TAIWAN The Research Injuries Incidences And Its Predictors Among Taiwanese Indigenes
4.Daehong Kim KOREA Actual Condition of Accidents and Damage in Jeju
 
Poster Theme 2: Safe Community (1) / Violence Prevention
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Morakot Room, Dhevaraj Hotel
 
1.Yoko Shiraishi JAPAN Prevention or Violence from Intimate partners in Safe Community programs in Kagoshima
2.Akihiro Yoshida JAPAN Impacts of Safe Community programs at Izumiotsu city, Japan
3.JoonPil Cho KOREA Injury mortality in South, Korea
4.Hung Chiu Tsai TAIWAN Taoyuan City Guanyin District Safe Community Promotion Center
5.Jeongyee Bae KOREA Research on Safety Consciousness and Behavior of City of Gumi, Korea
6.Jeongyee Bae KOREA Strategies for Safe Community at Metropolitan City Level
7.Hsing Yi Ko TAIWAN The Profile of Promoting Safe Community Program in Taipei City Practice of Public and Private Collaborations
8.Toshiya Yamamoto JAPAN Effect of Integrate Implementation of the Multiple R&D Result in Safe Communities
Poster Theme 3:   Disaster
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Pailin Room, Dhevaraj Hotel
1.Tamaho Moriwak JAPAN Development and practice of the regional security program which takes into account the elements of the Art
2.Yi Jun Chen TAIWAN Assistant, Alishan Safe Community, Chia-yi County, Taiwan(R.O.C) Assistant, Double Benefit Foundation, Chia-yi Christan Hospital
3.Pengxia Zhao CHINA Construction Patternof the Safe Community in Temporary Community after the Earthquake
4.Chao Chin Hu TAIWAN Building Cognition of Disaster Prevention in Xizhi Slope Community
5.Chia Chi Lee TAIWAN Hospital Emergency and preparedness plan in New Taipei
6.Tomoki Amano JAPAN Investigation of evacuation plan through making landslide evacuation map
7.Shigeru Yamanaka JAPAN The effectiveness of the tsunami evacuation map by creating “nigechizu”
Poster Theme 4: Safe Environment / Injury Surveillance (2)
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Bussarakum 1 Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

 

1.Yi Jung Wu TAIWAN Xinyi Community Home Environment Safety Check and Improvement Program
2.Aray Namoh TAIWAN Results of Safety Interventions about Water Environments in Tafalong Indigenous Community, Taiwan
3.Sue Ming Liau TAIWAN Novel Strategies to decline suicide from jump down
4.Ying Chu Lin TAIWAN Creating a safe and supportive leisure tourism environment
Poster Theme 5: Child Safety (1)
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Morakot Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

 

1.Yi Hui Lu TAIWAN Ditmanson Medical Foundation Chia-Yi Christian Hospital Chiayi, Department of Community Services Planning Commissioner
2.Kyung Won Peak KOREA Factors Affecting nonfatal injuries among adolescents in Suncheon
3.Seina Miki JAPAN Making of a Safety program for school-commuting routes, utilizing Safety Check Map (SCM)
4.Hyojin Na KOREA Safety education with the related organizations in a local community
5.Yuka Kumagai JAPAN Workshop on Poster to be used as Educational Material to Prevention Children Accidents
6.Saeko Morikita JAPAN grasp of the reality of cellular phone use by the junior high school students and their guardian awareness
7.Barbara Minuzzo AUSTRALIA Using prevention science as its base, Communities That Care (CTC) Australia promotes healthy youth development, improves youth outcomes, and reduces problem behaviours
Poster Theme 6: Road Safety (1)
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Pailin Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

 

1.Chiu Fen Lu TAIWAN Be Seen, be Safe—Promote the Reflective Safety Backpack for Protection Project
2.Apichat Kongsiang THAILAND Evaluation of road Traffic accident with speed camara detector on Mittraphap Road, Khonkaen municipality, KhonKaen Province
3.Je Ning Lin TAIWAN Juvenile Violence Prevention Program in Nangang Safe Community
Poster Theme 7: Safe Elderly / Safe Hospital / EMS
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2015
Time: 09.00 – 17.00
Location: Bussarakum 1 Room, Dhevaraj Hotel

 

1.Kyung Won Peak KOREA Factors influencing suicidal ideation among elderly people in Keochang
2.Chou Cheng Min TAIWAN Home environment Safety improvement project for the Elderly in Helping Safe Community
3.Kun Cheng Ko TAIWAN Applying Community Mobilization to Build up A Safe Family for Elderly Fall Prevention in Jinhwa Safe Community
4.Yen Hui Chen TAIWAN The Effects of A Home Visit Plan for Community-Dwelling Elders
5.Wei Ling Kao TAIWAN Elderly Security-By Taiji Baduanjin to reduce the rate of elderly falls
6.Soo Jin Lee KOREA Factors affecting depression among the elderly people in Keochang

TRAVELLING SEMINAR:

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Date: Thursday, 26 November 2015

Time: 08.30 – 17.00

Venue: Pua District and Tha Wang Pha District, Nan Province

Program:

08.30 Leave from Muang Nan Municipality
09.30-11.30 Visit Jadeechai sub-district Administrative Organization and Community, Pua District
11.30-12.00 Leave from Jadeechai sub-district Administrative Organization
12.00-13.00 Lunch at Bann NongBua, Tha Wang Pha District
13.00-14.30 Visit Bann NongBua
14.30-15.30 Leave from Bann NongBua
15.30-16.10 Visit Nan Riverside Art Gallery
16.10-17.00 Departure to Muang Nan Municipality

 

What is Traveling Seminar?

A visit to different areas to achieve interoperability, including an increase of knowledge and understanding led to the continuation and expansion of safe community project. From study visit, participants will benefit from having the sight-seeing, exchanging experiences, visiting the area and building understanding on the development of safe community as well as reporting.

 

 

SOCIAL EVENTS

 

1. Welcome Reception & Opening Ceremony
Date: Sunday, 22 November 2015
Time: 17.30-21.00
Location: Kuang Muang
Dress Code: Formal National clothes are recommended

 

For those who have registered: please wear your badge to access the event.

For those who have not registered: please show your Invitation Card or can purchase ticket on-site for 300 baht to access the event.

 
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2. Conference Banquet & Loy Kratong Festival
Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Time: 17.30-21.00
Location: Near Nan River (Baan Tha Lo, Tambon Faikaew, Amphur Phupheang, Nan)
Dress Code: Nan’s clothes are recommended
 
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EXTRA PROGRAMS (Updated 10 November 2015)

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21 November 2015
09.00 – 12.00 Training 1 (Conducted in Thai)

Pre-Congress Workshop “Safe Kids: Safe THAI Kids from drowning”

Speaker: Dr. Uthen Pandee, Department of Emergency Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, and team

Course Attendees: 20 teachers (by invitation)

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Nan Hospital,

Seawdokkhaw Room

09.00 – 16.00 Training 2 (Conducted in Thai)

Playground Safety

Speakers:

– Channarong Waiyapoj, the Sub-committee Chairman for Safety Engineering, Engineering Institute of Thailand and team

– Dr. Ponchai Ngamsitiruk, Nan Hospital and team

Course Attendees: 50 person from local administrators, technicians, teachers, child care takers (by invitation)

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Nan Hospital,

Chompoo Phukha Room

09.00 – 16.00 Training 3 (Conducted in Thai)

Safety Driving Technique Course

Speaker: Mr. Sombat Bhudhasamrit and team, Administration and Social Affair Manager SCG Skills Development Co., Ltd.

Course Attendees: 30 School bus driver

Hosted by: SCG

Srisawatwittaya-

karn School

22 November 2015
09.00 – 12.00 Training 1 (Conducted in Thai)

Pre-Congress Workshop “Safe Kids: Safe THAI Kids from drowning”

Speaker: Dr. Uthen Pandee, Department of Emergency Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital and team

Course Attendees: 20 Child care takers (by invitation)

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Nan Hospital
09.00 – 16.00 Training 2 (Conducted in Thai)

Playground Safety

Speakers:

– Channarong Waiyapoj, the Sub-committee Chairman for Safety Engineering, Engineering Institute of Thailand and team

– Dr. Ponchai Ngamsitiruk, Nan Hospital and team

Course Attendees: 50 person from local administrators, technicians, teachers, child care takers (by invitation)

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Nan Hospital,

Chompoo Phukha Room

09.00 – 16.00 Training 3 (Conducted in Thai)

Safety Driving Technique Course (Conti.)

Speaker: Mr. Sombat Bhudhasamrit and team, Administration and Social Affair Manager SCG Skills Development Co., Ltd.

Course Attendees: 30 School bus driver

Hosted by: SCG

Srisawatwittaya-

karn School

23 November 2015
10.00 – 12.00 Demonstrate 1 (Conducted in Thai)

Knowledge Dissemination on Basic Fire Prevention & Exercises

  • Causes of Fire, principle of Fire Suppression
  • Fire Extinguisher drills

Speakers: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation   Thailand team

Course Attendees: 200 students (by invitation)

Hosted by: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand

Srisawatwittaya-

karn School

14.00 – 16.00 Demonstrate 2 (Conducted in Thai)

Primary Student Training (Safety Kids Course)

  • Lecture, Riding simulator
  • Bicycle Riding Course for Traffic Sign & Road Safety Training

Speakers: AP Honda Thailand team

Course Attendees: 50 primary students (by invitation)

Hosted by: AP Honda Thailand

Rachanubann Primary School
24 November 2015
10.00 – 12.00 Demonstrate 1 (Conducted in Thai)

Knowledge Dissemination on Basic Fire Prevention & Exercises

  • Causes of Fire, principle of Fire Suppression
  • Fire Extinguisher drills

Speakers: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation   Thailand team

Course Attendees: 200 students (by invitation)

Hosted by: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand

Strisrinan School
14.00 – 16.00 Demonstrate 2 (Conducted in Thai)

Vocational Student Training (Basic Course)

  • Lecture , Riding simulator, Riding posture
  • Training Course : Braking , Slalom , Balancing

Speakers: AP Honda Thailand team

Course Attendees: 50 Vocational students (by invitation)

Hosted by: AP Honda Thailand

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Nan Technical College
13.00 – 17.00 Training 4 (Conducted in English and Thai)

Community Preparedness for Disaster Management and Testing Earthquake Stimulation

Speakers:

– Dr. Yoko Shiraishi, Coordinator Certifying Center of Safe Community and colleagues

– Mr. Yoshin Sato, Senior Stuff, Safe Community Promotion team, Section of Citizens’ Safety, Division of Citizens, Koriyama City Government, Japan

– Mr. Tadaaki Azuma, Manager of Section of Risk management, Department of General Policies, Izumiotsu City, Japan

– Mr. Wu, Tzyy-Cheng, Chief, Military Service and Disaster Prevention Section, Xizhi District Office, New Taipei City

– Mr. Wu, Tzyy-Cheng, Chief of Military Service and Disaster Prevention Section, Xizhi District Office, New Taipei City

– Mr. Surapol Teinsoot, Mayor of   Muang Nan municipality

-Mr. Kamon Uprarat, Wieng Saui SAO Council Member, ChiangRai, Thailand

– Mr. Channarong Waiyapoj, the Sub-committee Chairman for Safety Engineering, Engineering Institute of Thailand and team

Course Attendees: 100 Thai community Leaders

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Dhevaraj Hotel,

Morakot Room

 

26 November 2015
08.00 – 16.00 Training 5 (Conducted in English and Thai)

Post-congress on Child Safety Promotion

Speakers:

– Dr. Gary A. Smith, President of Child Injury Prevention Alliance

– Dawne Gardner-Davis, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

– Emma Jonsson, Sweden    

– Dr. Pongthep Wongwacharapaiboon, Nan Hospital

– Dr. Pornchai Ngamsitilerk, Nan Hospital

– Dr. Waraporn Techasena, Former Deputy Director of Human Resource Development, Nan Hospital

– Dr. Sakda Arj-Ong Vallipakorn, Ramathibodi Hospital

– Dr. Chatchai Imarom, Department of Community Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital

– Ms. Kronwika Buntanon, Child Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Research Center

– Ms. Yaowapa Dithayam, Talad Krieb Day Care Center

Course Attendees: 100 Medical staff

Hosted by: CIPA Child Injury Prevention Alliance, Nationwide Children’s, Nan Hospital, Department of Community Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, and Child Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Research Center

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Nan Hospital,

Buddhamon Chotikun Room

 

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