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Journal Volume: 7
Journal Issue: 7
Journal Year: 2017
Articles in SafetyLit: 13

Advancing Concussion Assessment in Pediatrics (A-CAP): a prospective, concurrent cohort, longitudinal study of mild traumatic brain injury in children: protocol study

Assessing the medium-term impact of a home-visiting programme on child maltreatment in England: protocol for a routine data linkage study

Childhood hospitalisation and related deaths in Hanoi, Vietnam: a tertiary hospital database analysis from 2007 to 2014

Common attributes in retired professional cricketers that may enhance or hinder quality of life after retirement: a qualitative study

Effect of occupational safety and health education received during schooling on the incidence of workplace injuries in the first 2 years of occupational life: a prospective study

Frequency and preventative interventions for non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal behaviour in primary school-age children: a scoping review protocol

Gait outcomes of older adults receiving subacute hospital rehabilitation following orthopaedic trauma: a longitudinal cohort study

Injury profile suffered by targets of antipersonnel improvised explosive devices: prospective cohort study

Maternal alcohol use disorder and child school attendance outcomes for non-Indigenous and Indigenous children in Western Australia: a population cohort record linkage study

Prevalence and correlates of symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder among Chinese healthcare workers exposed to physical violence: a cross-sectional study

Profiles of children's social-emotional health at school entry and associated income, gender and language inequalities: a cross-sectional population-based study in British Columbia, Canada

This Much Water: a qualitative study using behavioural theory to develop a community service video to prevent child drowning in Western Australia

Words do matter: a systematic review on how different terminology for the same condition influences management preferences