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Injury prevention

Journal Volume: 8
Journal Issue: 4
Journal Year: 2002
Articles in SafetyLit: 26

A trip on the World Wide Web

Assessing community child passenger safety efforts in three Northwest Tribes

Association of rates of household handgun ownership, lifetime major depression, and serious suicidal thoughts with rates of suicide across US census regions

Association of seat belt use with death: a comparison of estimates based on data from police and estimates based on data from trained crash investigators

Bias in estimates of seat belt effectiveness

Child passenger safety: potential impact of the Washington State booster seat law on childcare centers

Childhood injury prevention practices by parents in Mexico

District hospital based injury data-are they an option in a developing country?

Drowning in Finland: "external cause" and "injury" codes

Effect of helmet wear on the incidence of head/face and cervical spine injuries in young skiers and snowboarders

Effectiveness of Ford's belt reminder system in increasing seat belt use

Fatal occupational electrocutions in the United States

Identification and characteristics of victims of violence identified by emergency physicians, triage nurses, and the police

Implementation of a system of surveillance of childhood injuries involved in a Safe Community program: the example of Boulogne-Billancourt (France)

Lipid-lowering agents and the risk of hip fracture in a Medicaid population

Mobilizing for pedestrian safety: an experiment in community action

Motor vehicle and fall related deaths among older Americans 1990-98: sex, race, and ethnic disparities

New Zealand bicycle helmet law--do the costs outweigh the benefits?

Patterns of violence in Karachi, Pakistan (Letter)

Population based study of hospitalised fall related injuries in older people

Potential public health importance of the oven ready chip

Role of individual and contextual effects in injury mortality: new evidence from small area analysis

Studying homicide in the home and how guns are kept

Traps for the unwary in estimating person based injury incidence using hospital discharge data

When doing nothing can cause harm

Yes, Americans are often shot--and so are many others