The Australasian Injury Prevention Network is a volunteer run, membership based association managed by an Executive Committee elected via the Network’s Annual General Meeting.
The current Executive Committee features the following industry leaders:
|President:||Professor Rebecca Ivers, George Institute for Global Health, University of NSW|
|Past President:||Associate Professor Kerrianne Watt, James Cook University|
|Secretary:||Deb Costello, WA Road Safety Commission|
|Treasurer:||Suzanne Wicks, NSW Health|
|Indigenous representative:||Professor Kathleen Clapham, Australian Health Services Research Institute|
|General Committee Members:||Amy Peden, Royal Life Saving Society – Australia|
|Associate Professor Kerrianne Watt, James Cook University|
|Russ Milner, WA Health|
|Dr Ben Beck, Monash University|
|Dr Lara Harvey, NeuRA|
|Aleksandra Natora, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services|
|Student representative:||Mohammed Aburumman, Monash University|
|NZ co-opted members:||Dr Bridget Kool, The University of Auckland|
|Melissa Wilson, Safe Kids NZ|
|Ex officio members||Debbie Scott, charging intentional injury subcommittee|
|Barbara Minuzzo, representing Victorian Safe Communities Network|
|Rachel Meade, representing Injury Matters in WA|
The Network features a wide variety of members representing all facets of injury prevention and safety promotion including research, policy, practice and education.
Many members are internationally regarded as experts in their fields, and contribute extensively to the development and implementation of injury prevention research and policy throughout Australia and overseas.