SafetyLit is a service of the SafetyLit Foundation in cooperation with the U.S. CDC-National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, San Diego State University, West Virginia University and the World Health Organization-Division of Violence and Injury Prevention.
PLEASE NOTE: The hierarchical display is currently in disarray. Concepts and the terms that label them are being moved several times each day. Think of this primarily as a categorical grouping of terms and their synonyms. We are seeking funding to support making better order out of this chaos.
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Please let us know if we have omitted a thesaurus or glossary with information that relates to injury prevention or safety promotion. View the current List of Sources.