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Injury prevention

Journal Volume: 4
Journal Issue: 4
Journal Year: 1998
Articles in SafetyLit: 24

An overview of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Babywalkers: prevalence of use and relationship with other safety practices

Bicycle helmet promotion among low income preschool children

Criteria used by Health Canada's Product Safety bureau to determine whether or not regulations are needed to address the hazards associated with a given consumer product

Did changes in minimum age drinking laws affect adolescent drowning (1970-90)?

Evolving role of standards in child safety: a Canadian perspective

How the UK decides a product is a problem and whether to use regulation or voluntary compliance

Injuries associated with fireworks in Victoria: an epidemiological overview

Injury reporting in Connecticut newspapers

International injury control conferences: surely we can do better?

Leadership in injury prevention and control

Little boys and dangerous toys

Motor vehicle related injuries among American Indian and Alaskan Native youth, 1981-92: analysis of a national hospital discharge database

New Zealand children's involvement in home activities that carry a burn or scald risk

One pediatric burn unit's experience with sleepwear related injuries. 1977

One too many: alcohol and risk of injury

Parental decisions to use infant walkers

Product safety: getting tough or being nice?

Saving lives and keeping families safe: US Consumer Product Safety Commission

The flammable fabrics problem. 1969

Using the Haddon matrix: introducing the third dimension

What makes regulation work?

Who should be the leaders in injury prevention and control? Anyone with an interest preventing injury!

Young driver involvement in fatal motor vehicle crashes and trends in risk behaviors, United States, 1988-95