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A Canadian Picture of Maternal Reports of Childhood Injuries


This study examines gender and age differences in maternal reports of childhood injuries in a cross-sectional group of children aged 0-11 years. The cause, nature, body part injured, and location of injury are explored, as are the associations with family socio-economic indicators and associations with limitations in activities. In addition, we report patterns of healthcare use for injured and non-injured children by examining contacts with a variety of medical healthcare…

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Patterns of self-reported health care use in injured and uninjured older adults


There is little research on self-reported injuries in older adults. The impact of injury includes costs and services which go beyond the scope of results from hospital-based studies: for example, those recovering from an injury may require treatment from several health care providers outside hospital. Mild to moderately severe injuries can be a concern to older adults: two-thirds of those aged 65 and over report feeling restricted int heir activities…

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