As the countdown continues for the AIPN conference this year, we are pleased to announce another blog post featuring one of the conference keynote speakers has been published by BMJ.
Dr Alison Baker-Lewton is a Senior Lecturer in Social Pedagogy in the College of Arts and Education at Victoria University in Melbourne. Her research draws on critical community psychology, public health and education to explore how inequality impacts young people from marginalized backgrounds, focusing on social identities, sense of belonging and health and well-being. This research has focused on the contexts and ecologies of young people’s lives, including neighborhoods, schools and local arts and sports programs.
To hear about her thoughts on being involved in the conference this year, visit http://blogs.bmj.com/injury-prevention/2017/08/14/alison-baker-lewton-people-in-injury-prevention/