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Safety 2016 World Conference - finding ways to promote safety and prevent injuries

One of the largest international conferences in its field, Safety 2016 – 12th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, takes places in Tampere Hall on 18–21 September 2016. Registration is open.
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The North Karelia Project changed the health landscape in Finland and worldwide

The North Karelia Project is one of the most successful large-scale intervention projects in the world. Global Heart published a theme issue in June that focuses on experiences gained in Finland on the prevention and study of cardiovascular disease.
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Shelters for victims of domestic violence open 24/7

The story of little Elina and her family tells how the Finnish shelters for victims of domestic violence work: How one can apply for a shelter, what happens in the shelter, and how is the family supported thereafter?
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