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Injury prevention

Journal Volume: 17
Journal Issue: 3
Journal Year: 2011
Articles in SafetyLit: 19

A measure that relates to elementary school children's risk of injury: the supervision attributes and risk-taking questionnaire (SARTQ)

Association between wearing a personal floatation device and death by drowning among recreational boaters: a matched cohort analysis of United States Coast Guard data

Child injury prevention and child survival

Comparison of 2008 national and state-level self-reported and observed seatbelt use estimates

Counterpoint: minor injuries may not be all that minor

Different approaches to obtaining consent for follow-up result in biased samples

Do nuisance alarms decrease functionality of smoke alarms near the kitchen? Findings from a randomised controlled trial

Effects of high-profile collisions on drink-driving penalties and alcohol-related crashes in Japan

Influencing corporations' injury-producing practices: lessons learned from the Toyota recall

Mental health and unintentional injurers: results from the national co-morbidity survey replication

Preventing bicycle-related injuries: Next steps

Some thoughts about 'acceptable' and 'non-acceptable' childhood injuries

The effectiveness of dedicated cycling facilities: Perceived and objective risk

Thousands of lives could be saved using tranexamic acid for patients with bleeding trauma

Towards a national sports safety strategy: addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake

Traffic risks by travel mode in the metropolitan regions of Stockholm and San Francisco: a comparison of safety indicators

Trends in hospitalisations associated with paediatric burns

Unintentional injury deaths among children younger than 5 years of age in India: a nationally representative study

Youth suicide: an insight into previous hospitalisation for injury and sociodemographic conditions from a nationwide cohort study