Institute for Social and Health Studies (ISHS)

African Safety Promotion Journal

African Safety Promotion seeks to foster the exchange of ideas among safety promotion and injury prevention practitioners primarily in Africa, but also in other regions in the world. Since 2002, the Journal has maintained its publication target of two issues per annum, and in 2005, was accredited by the South African National Department of Education.

Under the guidance of the new editor-in-chief, Professor Ashley van Niekerk, a specific goal of the Journal is to increase the growth in quality submissions and to ensure delivery and maintenance of higher quality publications

African Safety Promotion Journal

ASPJ 2014  - Volume 2 No. 1

  1. A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention
  2. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_CONTENTS
  3. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Ismail
  4. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Lambert & Andipatin
  5. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Okafor et al
  6. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Peltzer & Pengpid
  7. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Richters & Sarabwe
  8. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Street & Gaska & Lewis & Wilson
  9. ASJP_vol12_No_1_2014_Call_for_papers

ASPJ 2002  - Volume 1 No. 1

  1. A new journal for the promotion of injury prevention in Africa
  2. Extending the boundaries of injury prevention theory, research and practice in Africa
  3. A profile of fatal injuries in South Africa: Towards a platform for safety promotion
  4. A qualitative evaluation of Medico-legal services in Gauteng, South Africa: ...
  5. Patterns of road traffic injuries and associated factors among school-aged children...
  6. Childhood burn injuries in childred in Dar Es Salaam...
  7. A review of best practice home visitation interventions...
  8. Towards a South African injury costing model: ...
  9. The anatomy of power: European constructions...
  10. Community psychology: theory, method and practice...
  11. Injury prevention initiative for Africa: Achievements and challenges
  12. Considerations and limitations to the development of a global injury...
  13. Injury control and traffic safety training course...
  14. Montreal declaration: people’s right to safety

ASPJ 2003  - Volume 1 No. 2

  1. Building and consolidating the injury prevention sector in Africa
  2. Social disorganisation, social capital and violence…
  3. The magnitude of firearm homicide in Cape Town
  4. Occupational injuries among physiotherapists: A case study in Zimbabwe
  5. WHO supported injury surveillance activities in Africa: Mozambique and Ethiopia
  6. Violence and alcohol: A study of injury presentation to emergency departments in Eldoret, Kenya
  7. Ingestion and aspiration of foreign bodies in South African children
  8. Peace, conflict and violence: Peace psychology for the 21st century
  9. Security and politics in South Africa: The regional dimension
  10. Injury prevention initiative for Africa: 2003 update
  11. World health day 2004 to highlight road safety
  12. An interrogation of urban safe community model integration: A conference report from Calgary…
  13. Indo-South African dialogue on truth and reconciliation and human rights…

ASPJ 2004  - Volume 2 No. 1

  1. Community Volunteerism  in Safety Promotion and implications for sustained participation
  2. The Epidemiology of childhood burns in South Africa: A review of the evidence
  3. WHO Communique on violence and health
  4. Engaging Utopia through evidence
  5. Violence involving children and youth
  6. Intimate partners and sexual violence: Implications for the prevention of violence against women in South Africa
  7. Collective Violence
  8. A response to the South African responses
  9. Critical lessons from a Schools-based injury surveillance initiative
  10. Children as unintended victims: the shielding phenomenon
  11. The importance of Oral and facial injuries in child abuse
  12. Igun iflop: Gun Free South Africa Work with youth in schools
  13. Trauma Team Training Course: Evaluation of Ugandan Implementation
  14. Design and implementation of a Child Injury Prevention Resource pack for Primary Schools
  15. First Indian Ocean and the Third African Safe Communities Conference

ASPJ 2005  - Volume 3 No. 1

  1. Building cultures of peace…
  2. Original contributions.  Understanding Collective…
  3. Truth confessions and reparations …
  4. Non-violent conflict resolution…
  5. Conflict, reconciliation…
  6. Conflict management in the Indian…
  7. Reflections on truth and reconciliation…
  8. Caste and class…
  9. Satyagraha in creative society
  10. International Collaborative…
  11. Injury Prevention and Safety…

ASPJ 2008  - Volume 6 No. 2

  1. Human rights and public health working together...
  2. Masculinity and male mortality in South Africa
  3. A personal approach to hearing conservation: the key…
  4. World report on Child Injury Prevention: Opportunity for scaling...
  5. 14th South African Psychology Congress
  6. 29th International Congress Psychology
  7. International Society for Violence and injury Prevention...
  8. Statistical applications and Quantitative Design...
  9. Research and Theory - Towards a National Injury Costing System?...

ASPJ 2009  - Volume 7 No. 1

  1. Prevalence and social correlates of injury among in-school adolescents in Bothswana
  2. The application of negative binomial regression for assessing public...
  3. Life with limited privacy due to housing challenges: Impact on children’s...
  4. Somaliland: The journey of resistance, reconciliation and peace
  5. The Aetiology and agents of pre-hospital...
  6. World food day: 16 October 2008
  7. 16 Days of activism against women and children
  8. Building a partnership to address violence in three historically colonized contexts: ...
  9. 17th international Conference on safe communities Christ Church, New Zealand

ASPJ 2009  - Volume 7. No. 2

  1. Towards a national Injury Costing System?
  2. Violence against drivers and conductors in the road passenger...
  3. Piloting and Educational Response to Violence in Uganda: prospects for a New curriculum
  4. 1st Southern African Students psychology Conference...
  5. >9th Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference Melbourne, Australia
  6. 15th South African Psychology Congress, Cape Town
  7. International day of the Older Person 2009
  8. Seasons of Hunger: Fighting Cycles of Quiet Starvation Among the World’s Rural Poor

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