The objective of this evaluation was to determine the legislative impact on fatalities in Japan for the period 1994–2005.
These resources targeted parents and caregivers of children six months to three years of age.
The recent increase in the number of children and youth participating in sports activities has brought with it an epidemic of injuries.
The objective of this paper is to describe injury characteristics from organized and non-organized sports among British Columbian children and young people using Canada’s national emergency department-based injury surveillance programme.
The aim of this study was to test an intervention aimed at addressing the risk of injury in infants 2-12 months of age.
Objectives: To examine evidence on the effectiveness of current injury prevention strategies in soccer, determine the applicability of the evidence to children and youth, and make recommendations on policy, programming, and future research. Methods: Standard systematic review methodology was modified and adopted for this review. Research questions and relevance criteria were developed a priori. Potentially relevant studies were located through electronic and hand searches. Articles were assessed for relevance and…
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