Building toward breakthrough in injury control :: H39-384/1996E

a legislative perspective on the prevention of unintentional injuries among children and youth in Canada /

Section 1 outlines the project's research methodology and briefly reviews past breakthroughs in injury control to gain insight about the basis for recent injury control efforts and to consider what can be learned.... Section II identifies federal, provincial and territorial, and municipal legislation intended to eliminate unintentional childhood injuries in Canada.--Page 1

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Department/Agency Health Canada. Health Services and Promotion Branch.
Title Building toward breakthrough in injury control :
Subtitle a legislative perspective on the prevention of unintentional injuries among children and youth in Canada /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Electronic-[English]
Note "Section 1 outlines the project's research methodology and briefly reviews past breakthroughs in injury control to gain insight about the basis for recent injury control efforts and to consider what can be learned.... Section II identifies federal, provincial and territorial, and municipal legislation intended to eliminate unintentional childhood injuries in Canada."--Page 1.
Date 1996.
Author
  • Lovasik, Anna
  • MacMillan, Susan
Binding Spiral binding
Number of Pages iv, 85p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-24919-4
Catalogue Number
  • H39-384/1996E
Subject Terms Child safety