Snapshot of first analysis of data from new UPLOADS App now available!

After an incredibly busy six months for the project team, and our new UPLOADS App users; we are very pleased to provide you with the first of what will be quarterly infographic reports, presenting a snapshot of the analysis of data from the new app.

After a review of the initial data, walking/running incidents were the most frequently reported incidents so we have focused primarily on those, and split by gender, incident type and the factors and relationships contributing to incidents.

 

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2 comments on “Snapshot of first analysis of data from new UPLOADS App now available!
  1. nice piece of work from the team, well done

  2. Great to see the UPLOADS data coming in and showing a big picture on what is happening in safety and managing outdoors risk across the country.

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Upcoming Events
  • 2019 ASICS SMA Conference October 25, 2019 at 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Novotel Twin Waters Resort (270 Ocean Drive, Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia) Injury Epidemiology Paper Presentation: A systems-based incident reporting system for understanding and preventing injury in outdoor recreation.
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