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Safekids Aotearoa Information Service Bulletin            September 2015

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Keeping you up to date with new research and information about child injury prevention.

We're making more changes to this Bulletin over the next few months. We hope you like them! This month, we've divided the content into New Zealand research and International Research.

New research, books, articles etc

 

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

New Zealand research

 

ACTIVE TRAVEL

Keall, M. et al. Increasing active travel: results of a quasi-experimental study of an intervention to encourage walking and cycling. J. Epidemiol. Community Health, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link 
 

CHILDREN

Office of the Children's Commissioner. State of care 2015 : what we learnt from monitoring Child, Youth and Family. Wellington : Office of the Children's Commissioner, 2015. 59 p.
Link 
 

DENTAL INJURIES

Jung, T. K. et al. Trends in paediatric maxillofacial trauma presenting to Dunedin Hospital, 2006 to 2012. N. Zeal. Dent. J., 2015; 111(2), 2015. 76-79
 

DIRECTORIES - NZ

Te Aka Kumara o Aotearoa - TAKOA 2014-2015: A directory of Maori organisations and resource  people. Auckland : Tuhi Tuhi Communications, 2015.
 

DROWNING

ACC et al. New Zealand water safety sector strategy 2020. s.l. : s.n., 2015. 7 p.
 

ETHNIC MINORITIES

Plunket. Asian peoples strategy 2015-2020 : draft. Auckland : Plunket, 2015 2015. 1 PDF file. 28 p.
Link 
 

NATURAL DISASTERS

Thomson, J. et al. Sequential population study of the impact of earthquakes on the emotional and behavioural well-being of 4-year-olds in Canterbury, New Zealand. J. Paediatr. Child Health, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link 

PRODUCT SAFETY

Manley, Libby. Take two [consumer test : double strollers]. Consumer, 555, March, 2015. 34-35

Out of date restraints. Consumer, 547, June, 2014. 7

Whitley, Bill. Silent death [smoke alarms]. Consumer, 547, June, 2014. 19-21

Manley, Libby. Sit tight : safety comes first in our highchair test. Consumer, 547, June, 2014. 32-34
 

VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES

Growing up in New Zealand. Growing up in New Zealand : Vulnerability report 2 : Transitions in exposure to vulnerability in the first 1000 days of life. Auckland : Growing up in New Zealand, 2015. 66 p.
Link 

 
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International research


 

ASPHYXIATION

Bergounioux, J. et al. Sudden deaths in adult-worn baby carriers: 19 cases. Eur. J. Pediatr. 2015, ePub(ePub): ePub, 2015.
 

BICYCLE HELMETS

Ederer, David J. et al. Helmets for Kids: evaluation of a school-based helmet intervention in Cambodia. Injury Prevention, Online First articles for 25 Aug 2015, 2015.
Link
 

BICYCLES

Teisch, L. F. et. al. Injury patterns and outcomes following pediatric bicycle accidents. Pediatr. Surg. Int., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link

Boufous, Soufiane; Olivier, Jake. Recent trends in cyclist fatalities in Australia. Injury Prevention, Online First 15 Jul 2015.
Link 

Sethi, M. et al. Bicycle helmets are highly protective against traumatic brain injury within a dense urban setting. Injury, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link 
 

BUTTON BATTERIES

Thomson, M.; Sharma, S. The hazards of button battery ingestion. Arch. Dis. Child., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

CHILD RESTRAINTS 

Kroeker, A. M. et al. Car seat inspection among children older than 3 years: Using data to drive practice in child passenger safety. J. Trauma Acute Care Surg., 79(3 Suppl), 2015. S48-S54.
Link
 

CHILDREN

Rashbrooke, Max. What child poverty campaigners in the UK could learn from New Zealand. The Guardian, Wednesday 8 July 2015 05.00 BST, 2015.
Link
 

DROWNING

Shenoi, Rohit P. et al. Spatial analysis of paediatric swimming pool submersions by housing type. Injury Prevention, Vol. 21, No. 4 (August), 2015.
Link

Wallis, B.A. et al.
Drowning in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and adolescents in Queensland (Australia). BMC Public Health, 15(1): e795, 2015.
Link
 

EVALUATION

Francis, Louise J.; Smith, Ben J. Toward best practice in evaluation : a study of Australian health promotion agencies. Health Promotion Practice, 16 (5) September, 2015 2015. 715-23.
Link
 

FALLS

Benford, P. et al. Risk and protective factors for falls on one level in young children: multicentre case–control study. Injury Prevention, Online First 13 August 2015, 2015 2015.
Link

Burrows, P. et al.
Head injury from falls in children younger than 6 years of age. AM. Arch. Dis. Child., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

FIRE SAFETY

NFPA. NFPA educational messages : desk reference. Quincy, MA : NFPA, 2015. 24 p.
Link

HEAD INJURIES

Marlow R. et al. Trends in admission and death rates due to paediatric head injury in England, 2000-2011. Arch. Dis. Child., ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
 

HOME SAFETY

Simpson, J.; Fougere, G.; McGee, R. A wicked problem : early childhood safety in the dynamic, interactive environment of home. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 10(5), 2013. 1647-1664
Link


Shields, Wendy et al. Structural housing elements associated with home injuries in children. Injury Prevention, Online First articles for 20 Aug 2015, 2015.
Link


Nationwide Children's Hospital;Safe Kids Wordwide. Make safe happen : protecting our kids at home. s.l. : Nationwide, 2015. 24 p.
Link


Mao, S. et al. Injuries associated with bathtubs and showers among children in the United States. Pediatrics, 124 (2) August, 2009. 541-547
Link
 

INJURY PREVENTION

Macpherson, A. K. et al. An evaluation of evidence-based paediatric injury prevention policies across Canada. BMC Public Health, 2015; 15(1), 2015. e707
Link
 

JOURNEY TO SCHOOL

Strawderman, L. et al. Driver behavior and accident frequency in school zones: assessing the impact of sign saturation. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 82 (Sep), 2015. 118-125
Link
 

MOTOR SPORTS

Villegas, C.V. et al. The hazards of off-road motor sports: are four wheels better than two?. Injury, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

Morrongiello, B. A. et al. Innovations in using virtual reality to study how children cross streets in traffic: evidence for evasive action skills. Injury Prevention, Vol. 21, No. 4 (August), 2015.
Link

Schwebel, D. C. Final report : community-based pedestrian safety training in virtual reality: a pragmatic trial. s.l. : STRIDE, 2015. 21 p. 
Link
 

PRODUCT SAFETY

Kaddis, M.; Stockton, K.; Kimble R. Trauma in children due to wheeled recreational devices. J. Paediatr. Child Health, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

QUAD BIKES

Franklin, R. C.; McBain-Rigg,  K. E.; Knight, S. M. Factors to be considered in developing occupational regulations for quad bikes in Australia.  J. Agromed., 20 (3), 2015 2015. 370-380
Link
 

ROAD SAFETY

Rothman, L. et al. Do school crossing guards make crossing roads safer? A quasi-experimental study of pedestrian-motor vehicle collisions in Toronto, Canada. BMC Public Health, 15 (1), 2015. e732
Link
 

SPINAL INJURIES

Baumann, F. et al. Pediatric cervical spine injuries: a rare but challenging entity. J. Spinal Disord. Tech. 2015, ePub(ePub): ePub., 2015.
Link
 

SPORT

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Concussion at play: opportunities to reshape the culture around concussion. 2015.
Link

Safe Kids Wordwide. Stay ahead of the game : tips for preventing and treating youth sports injuries. s.l. : Nationwide, 2015. [8] p.
 

THERMAL INJURIES

Null, J. Heatstroke deaths of children in vehicles. San Jose, CA, USA: Department of Meteorology and Climate Science, San Jose State University, 2015.
Link
 

TRANSPORT

Jones, Sarah J; Heatman, Beverley. Deaths of teenagers in car crashes: a child death review. Injury Prevention, Published Online First 6 August 2015, 2015 2015.
Link

Siskind V. J. Transport-related fatalities and injuries leading to hospitalisation in pre-school children. Australas. Coll. Road Saf., 26 (3), 2015. 33-37
Link Unavailable

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New Safekids publication



Safekids Aotearoa. Driveway safety lesson : check for me before you turn the key. Auckland : Safekids Aotearoa, 2015. 2 p.

Link (Please note, you may need to fill in a short form before downloading)

 

This publication is also appearing in Starters & Strategies, Term 3, 2015. 10-11.

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