Parental attitudes toward unintentional childhood injuries /: H39-358/1996E

Childhood injury prevention is one of the key action areas under the Child Development Initiative which was designed to address the conditions of risk faced by young children in Canada. This study is one of many projects supported under this Initiative. While we know that the prevention of injuries is a priority health issue, relatively little is known about parental knowledge and attitudes towards preventing injuries for their children. This project addresses this research gap and provides information that will be helpful in the development of effective injury prevention programs and policies.--Preface

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Department/Agency Health Canada. Health Services and Promotion Branch.
Title Parental attitudes toward unintentional childhood injuries /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Electronic-[English]
Note "Childhood injury prevention is one of the key action areas under the Child Development Initiative which was designed to address the conditions of risk faced by young children in Canada. This study is one of many projects supported under this Initiative. While we know that the prevention of injuries is a priority health issue, relatively little is known about parental knowledge and attitudes towards preventing injuries for their children. This project addresses this research gap and provides information that will be helpful in the development of effective injury prevention programs and policies."--Preface.
Date 1996.
Binding Spiral binding
Number of Pages 56p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-24241-6
Catalogue Number
  • H39-358/1996E
Subject Terms Child safety