Child and youth injury prevention: A public health approach.

  • Yanchar N
  • Warda L
  • Fuselli P
 et al. 
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Abstract

The majority of child and youth injuries are preventable. This statement provides background, direction and a statement of commitment to the issue of child and youth injury prevention in Canada. It acts as a foundation to build upon by focusing first on definitions, scope and priorities for injury prevention. It also describes the burden and patterns of unintentional injury, and the principles of effective intervention for prevention. A list of resources for obtaining data and evidence-based information is included in the full-text version of this statement (www.cps.ca). This statement can also be used for broad-based injury prevention advocacy.

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  • Canada
  • children
  • injury
  • prevention
  • public

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Authors

  • Natalie L Yanchar

  • Lynne J Warda

  • Pamela Fuselli

  • Canadian Paediatric Society Injury Prevention Committee

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