Sue Kirkley is Co-ordinator of(NSCB), which has a strong tradition of partnership working on children’s safety. With support from Making the Link mentors, Sue is creating a multi-agency child accident prevention group which will develop the city’s first child accident prevention strategy and action plan.
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Latest case studies
Read our latest case studies which showcase the work being done to prevent childhood accidents:
- Avonsafe 2012 campaigns: Rob Benington is Injury Prevention Manager for NHS Bristol and co-ordinator of the Avonsafe partnership. Here he tells us about the campaigns that the partners are running in 2012 to reduce childhood injuries from garden trampolines and hair straighteners.
- NHS Salford mentoring: Making the Link's mentoring project is laying the foundations for a more co-ordinated approach to unintentional injury prevention at NHS Salford, starting with a rapid review of local data, current activities and awareness amongst parents.
- Newcastle Safeguarding Children Board: Sue Kirkley is Co-ordinator of Newcastle Safeguarding Children Board, which has a strong tradition of partnership working on children’s safety.
- Hull Safeguarding Children Board: Neil Colthup is Safeguarding Children Board Manager for Hull Safeguarding Children Board, which has a strong history of partnership working on accident prevention.
- NHS Knowsley and Knowsley Council: Paula Simpson used local data on childhood injuries to highlight this as an important priority for collaborative work with a range of stakeholders.