The Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU), one of MUARC's major projects, holds data on Australian deaths and uses Victorian (VAED and VEMD) data (MUARC 2008).
What does VISU stand for?
VISU stands for Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (est. 1988; Monash University Accident Research Centre; Victoria, Australia)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of VISU
- Volvo International Service Technical Association
- Vermont Internet Services and Technology Network
- Visibility Improvement State and Tribal Association of the Southeast
- Volunteers in Service to the Elderly (Lakeland, Florida)
- Visual Impaired Screen Based Telephony (graphical display for vision and hearing impaired users)
- Volunteers in Service to Others
- Volunteers in Service to Our Church (program of the Church of God Seventh Day)
- Visual Target Acquisition Model
- Visibility Impairment from Sulfur Transformation and Transport in the Atmosphere
- Vancouver 2010 Integrated Security Unit (2010 Winter Olympics; Canada)
- Vienna International Summer University (University of Vienna, Austria)
- Virtual Imaging System for Approach and Landing
- Virginia Independent Schools Wrestling Association
- Variables Intelligentes Synchrones Optisches Netz
- Van Kampen High Income Trust (stock symbol)
- Vellore Institute of Technology (Tamil Nadu, India)
- Vemana Institute of Technology (Bangalore, India)
- Venom Allergen Immunotherapy
- Victorian Institute of Teaching (Australia)
- Vietnam Institute for Trade
Samples in periodicals archive:
South Australian (AIHW National Injury Surveillance Unit 2009) Queensland (CONROD--Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine 2008) and Victorian (MacIntyre, Ackland & Chandraraj 1997; Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit [VISU] 2009) researchers have made extensive use of ICD-coded routine hospital data to inform injury prevention policy.