Dr. Ian Pike

Professor and Scientific Director, University of British Columbia and The Community Against Preventable Injuries, Canada

Dr. Ian Pike is a Professor of Pediatrics at The University of British Columbia and Scientific Director and Spokesperson for The Community Against Preventable Injuries – a not for profit injury prevention social marketing organization. He is the recipient of the UBC President’s Award for Education through the Media, a Research Fellowship from the Japan Society for the Advancement of Science, the recipient of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs 2019 Researcher of the Year Award, and the Association for Worksite Health Promotion International Award of Excellence. His current research is focused on the determinants of injury; creating a safety-oriented culture; fire-related injury prevention; and, the efficacy of a social marketing campaign to reduce serious injury and death.


SYM8 - Integrating workplace injury prevention with community prevention strategies

This session will focus on examples of evidence-focused, population-based approaches aimed at changing attitudes and behaviours to build cultures of injury prevention at work, at home and in the community. Join the Conversation Café following the session to continue the discussion with speakers and ask questions.
Program information in the Congress languages can be found here.

Ian Pike, Canada   

Lilis Surienty Abd Talib, Malaysia 
Azlan Darus, Malaysia 
Laura Dale, Canada 
Richard Rinehart, United States of America

Live - 22/09/2021  - 13:45 EDT - 15:15 EDT
Rerun - 22/09/2021 - 23:45 EDT - 23/09/2021 01:15 EDT