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Injury prevention

Journal Volume: 25
Journal Issue: 3
Journal Year: 2019
Articles in SafetyLit: 16

A systematic approach to injury policy assessment: introducing the assessment of child injury prevention policies (A-CHIPP)

Begin risk assessment for falls in women at 45, not 65

Can child restraint product information developed using consumer testing sustain correct use 6 months after child restraint purchase? Study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial

Cluster randomised control trial for cricket injury prevention programme (CIPP): a protocol paper

Contextualising Safety in Numbers: a longitudinal investigation into change in cycling safety in Britain, 1991-2001 and 2001-2011

Dog bite injuries in the USA: prevalence, correlates and recent trends

Effectiveness of an Ambient Intelligent Geriatric Management system (AmbIGeM) to prevent falls in older people in hospitals: protocol for the AmbIGeM stepped wedge pragmatic trial

Evaluation of an integrated multisector campaign to increase child helmet use in Vietnam

Health education intervention promoting infant safe sleep in paediatric primary care: randomised controlled trial

Impacts of an opioid overdose prevention intervention delivered subsequent to acute care

Maternal depression is associated with injuries in children aged 2-4 years: the Pelotas 2004 Birth Cohort

Revising existing instruments for measuring bystander intervention opportunity and frequency of prosocial response for the prevention of sexual violence

Supplemental surveillance: a review of 2015 and 2016 agricultural injury data from news reports on AgInjuryNews.org

The preventive effect of a soccer-specific ankle brace on acute lateral ankle sprains in girls amateur soccer players: study protocol of a cluster-randomised controlled trial

Understanding the resistance to creating safer ice hockey: essential points for injury prevention

We need more randomised controlled trials in injury prevention