Preventing unintentional injuries to children under 15 years in the outdoors: a systematic review of the effectiveness of educational programs.
BMJ Publishing Group
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Unintentional injuries to children in the outdoors have a significant impact on child mortality, development and healthcare costs. This paper presents the findings of a systematic review about the effectiveness of programs that provided information, advice or education about the prevention of unintentional injuries to children under 15 years during outdoor play and leisure.
Centre for Public Health Excellence, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (UK)
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Injury Prevention, 2012, Vol. 18, Issue 2, pp. 113 - 123
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