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Safekids Aotearoa Information Service Bulletin                November 2015

Welcome! 


This is the last bulletin before Christmas, and the last one in this template. Next year we're introducing a new look information bulletin. We hope you'll like it!  

It's still a month away, but best wishes to everyone for a relaxing and happy holiday.

We've divided the bulletin into three sections:

New research, books, articles etc

 

Where available, we've included a link to the document URL, DOI, or full text online. If there's something you are interested in that's not accessible online, please contact your local public or corporate library.
 

ANIMALS

Speirs, J. et al. Dog bites to the upper extremity in children. J. Paediatr. Child Health, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link


BICYCLES

Hirose, T. et al. The risk of pediatric bicycle handlebar injury compared with non-handlebar injury: a retrospective multicenter study in Osaka, Japan. Scand. J. Trauma Resusc. Emerg. Med., 23(1), 2015. e66.
Link


Bandzar, S. e al. Tricycle injuries presenting to US emergency departments, 2012-2013. Pediatrics, ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.


Kaushik, R. et al. Pediatric bicycle-related head injuries: a population-based study in a county without a helmet law. Injury Epidemiology, 2 (1), 2015. e16.
Link

 

BRAIN INJURY

Babikian, T. et al. Chronic aspects of pediatric traumatic brain injury, review of the literature. Neurotrauma, ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.
Link

 

BUTTON BATTERIES

Loots, D. P. du Toit-Prinsloo, L. Saayman, G. Disk battery ingestion: a rare cause of perforation of the brachiocephalic artery. Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology, First online: 04 September 2015, 2015. p 1-4.
Link


Buttazzoni, E. et al. Symptoms associated with button batteries injuries in children: an epidemiological review. Int. J. Pediatr. Otorhinolaryngol., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Villanueva, K. et al. Can the neighborhood built environment make a difference to children's development? Building the research agenda to create evidence for place-based children's policy. Academic Pediatrics, ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.


CHILD INJURY

McClure, R. et al. Contextual determinants of childhood injury: a systematic review of studies with multilevel analytic methods. Am. J. Public Health, 105(12): 2586, 2015.
Link

 

CHILD RESTRAINTS

Smith, P. Child car restraints. Consumer, 562, October, 2015. 23.

Uthman, O.A. et al. Interventions to promote the use of seat belts (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD011218, 2014.
Link

Nazif-Munoz JI. Did child restraint laws globally converge? Examining 40 years of policy diffusion. Traffic Injury Prevention, 16 (Suppl 2), 2015. S32-S40.

Zonfrillo, M.R. Ferguson, R. W. Walker, L. Reasons for child passenger nonrestraint in motor vehicles. Traffic Injury Prevention, 16 (Suppl 2), 2015. S41-S45.
Link

Reed, M.P. Klinich, K.D. Predicting vehicle belt fit for children ages 6-12. Traffic Injury Prevention, ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.


CHILDREN

Families Commission. What Works: Improving outcomes for children with a parent in prison. [Wellington] : Families Commission, 2015. 1 PDF. 12 p.
Link

 

CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Shi, X. et al. Unintentional injuries in children with disabilities: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Injury Epidemiology, 2 (1), 2015. e21.
Link

 

DRIVEWAY RUN OVERS

Correction: New guidelines for the management of paracetamol poisoning in Australia and New Zealand . Med. J. Aust., 203(8), 2015. 320..


POLICY

Aronson, S. Model child care health policies. 5th ed. - Elk Grove Village, IL : American Academy of Pediatrics, 2015. 229 p.

 

PRODUCT SAFETY

Asbestos found in crayons. Consumer, 562, October, 2015. 4.


Lichenstein, R. ET. AL. Television-related head injuries in children: a secondary analysis of a large cohort study of head-injured children in the pediatric emergency care applied research network. Pediatr. Emerg. Care 2015; ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

Vallmuur, K. Barker, R. Infant product-related injuries : comparing specialised injury surveillance and routine emergency department data. Aust. N. Zeal. J. Public Health, EPub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

 

QUAD BIKES

Suzuki. Parents, youngsters and ATV's. Japan : Suzuki Motor Corporation, 2003. 45 p.


Suzuki. LT-Z50 : Owner's Manual [quad bike]. Japan : Suzuki Motor Corporation, no date. 112 p.


Suzuki. Tips and practice guide for the ATV rider. Japan : Suzuki Motor Corporation, 2003. 63 p.


Ngo, K. D. et al. Cardiac injury after all-terrain vehicle accidents in 2 children and a review of the literature. Pediatr. Emerg. Care, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link


McIntosh, A.S. et al. Injury mechanisms in fatal Australian quad bike incidents. Traffic Injury Prevention, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.

Cole, H.P. et al. Rural Kentucky high school students' exposure to ATV riding and injuries . J. Agromed. 2015; ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

 

ROAD SAFETY

World Health Organization. Reporting on road safety: a guide for journalists. World Health Organization Pulitzer Center, 2015.
Link

Austroads. Safety management systems for road agencies ISO 39001 and the next step towards a safe road transport system. Austroads, 2015.
Available for free download after registering:
Link

Guttman, Nurit. Persuasive appeals in road safety communication campaigns: Theoretical frameworks and practical implications from the analysis of a decade of road safety campaign materials. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 84, November, 2015. 153-164.
Link


Toroyan, T. et al. Global status report on road safety, 2015. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 2015.


SAFE SLEEP

Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee. Position statement safer sleeping products for infants. s.l. : The Committee, 2015. 4 p.


SPORT

Purcell, L. Harvey, J. Seabrook, J. A. Patterns of recovery following sport-related concussion in children and adolescents. Clin. Pediatr., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

McCarthy, M. US pediatricians call for tougher rule enforcement to reduce football injuries . BMJ, 351, 2015. h5726.
Link

 

STANDARDS

American Academy of Pediatrics, et al. Stepping stones to caring for our children : national health and safety performance standards; guidelines for early care and education programs. 3rd ed. - Elk Grove Village, Il. : American Academy of Pediatrics, 2013. 151 p.
Link


American Academy of Pediatrics. Caring for our children : national health and safety performance standards; guidelines for early care and education programs. 3rd ed. - Elk Grove Village, Il. : American Academy of Pediatrics et al., 2011. 579 p.
Link

 

TELEVISIONS

Cusimano, M. D. Parker, N. Toppled television sets and head injuries in the pediatric population: a framework for prevention. J. Neurosurg. Pediatr., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

 

THERMAL INJURIES

World Health Organization. Burn prevention: success stories and lessons learned. Geneva : World Health Organization, 2011. 1 PDF.
Link


Bachier, M. et al. Pediatric scalds: do cooking-related burns have a higher injury burden? J. Surg. Res., ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.


TRAMPOLINES

Ashby, K. et al. Australian trampoline injury patterns and trends. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39 (5), October, 2015. Pages 403 - 499.
Link

 

URBAN ENVIRONMENT

Audrey, S. Batista-Ferrer H. Healthy urban environments for children and young people: a systematic review of intervention studies. Health & Place, 36, 2015. 97-117.

New Safekids publications and resources


Most Safekids publications are available to download or order on the Safekids website www.safekids.nz. They're also held in the Information Service's library.
 

DRIVEWAY RUN OVERS

Safekids' current campaign is driveway run overs. Here are some of the new driveway resources.
 

Infographic & Lesson Plan
 

  • Safekids Aotearoa. Preventing driveway runovers : ten things to think about. Auckland : Safekids Aotearoa, 2015. 1 p.
     
  • Driveway safety lesson : check for me before you turn the key. Starters & Strategies, Term 3, 2015, 2015. 10-11.

Posters
 

  • Safekids Aotearoa. TIROTIROHIA MAI AHAU I MUA I TO HURINGA I TE KI [Check for me before you turn the key. Maori version]. Auckland : Safekids Aotearoa, 2015. 1 p.
     
  • Safekids Aotearoa. Check for me before you turn the key. Auckland : Safekids Aotearoa, 2015. 1 p.
     
  • Safekids Aotearoa. SAILI MO A‘U A O LEI FAAOLA LAU KI [Check for me before you turn the key : Samoan version]. Auckland : Safekids Aotearoa, 2015. 1 p.
Please visit the Driveway Run overs section of "Resources" on the Safekids website for a list of all current driveway resources.

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