Director Research and Practice Development NSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Executive, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Margaret is Professor of Nursing with the University of Technology Sydney and holds the conjoint position of Director of Research and Practice Development for Northern Sydney Local Health District as a Professorial Chair position Professor Fry has 25 years emergency department clinical background and is an authorised Nurse Practitioner (NSW).
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Professor Fry has extensive emergency nursing experience and a proven research track with 125 peer reviewed publications and over $2.6million in grant, research tenders and or scholarship funding. Professor Fry’s program of emergency care research has established her as a national and international leader with strong clinical credibility. She has been involved, as Chief Investigator, in research projects in emergency care evaluation, advanced practice and pain management and has undertaken significant workforce health services and practice research. Her program of research has led to significant Australian state and national practice change.
Oxford University, UK; Johns Hopkins University, USA
Dr Peden was educated at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch in South Africa. She holds degrees in nursing and epidemiology and a PhD in injury epidemiology. She worked at Groote Schuur Hospital in the emergency and intensive care units for 10 years before taking up a position at the South African MRC for 7 years.
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In 2000 she moved to WHO in Switzerland where she coordinated the Unintentional Injuries Prevention unit from 2000 to 2017. She was the executive editor of both the World report on road traffic injury prevention (2004) and the World report on child injury prevention (2008). She also coordinated WHOs contribution to the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety and three global status reports on road safety. Dr Peden currently holds joint positions at The George Institute for Global Health (University of Oxford) and the International Injury Research Unit (Johns Hopkins University).
Johns Hopkins University
Presentation title: How and why nurses should be involved in addressing the global injury epidemic
Emergency, Trauma and Acute Care Lead, World Health Organization, Switzerland
Teri Reynolds, Scientist, World Health Organization, leads the emergency and trauma care programmes in the Department for the Management of NCDs, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention.
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As Associate Professor and Director of Global Health for the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, she directed the Emergency Medicine Residency and research programs at Muhimbili National Hospital in Tanzania, and chaired the African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM) Scientific Committee. She has served as an Associate Editor for BMJ Emergency Medicine Journal, and Department Editor for Annals of Emergency Medicine. She completed her MD, Emergency Medicine residency, MS in Global Health Sciences, and fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound in California, USA.
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