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New research and information about child injury prevention. ISSN 2463-3100
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Welcome to the September 2016 bulletin from Safekids Aotearoa Information Service.

We've divided the bulletin into four sections:  All the resources in this bulletin are searchable in the Online Information Search page on the website.

This month we are profiling several new Safekids publications,

ANNUAL REVIEW



Annual review July 2015 to June 2016. (2016). Auckland, NZ..: Safekids Aotearoa.
Link

This publication is a review of the programme of work undertaken by Safekids Aoteaora to June 2016. The main target audience for the review is partners, sponsors and corporates. It features the 2015-16 Driveway Campaign.
 

SAFEKIDS NEWS 


In the September 2016 edition of Safekids News (http://bit.ly/SKNewsSept2016) we cover:
- New home safety campaign: Make Your Home a Safety Zone!
- 2016 injury prevention community workshops
- New home safety infographic
- Q&A What's the leading cause of child injury in farms?
- Safekids @ the 2016 NZ Marketing Awards
- Community events and more.

Safekids News is the quarterly newsletter of Safekids Aotearoa, focusing on issues and events on unintentional child injury prevention in New Zealand. To subscribe visit our website www.safekids.nz/contact
Where available, we've included a link to the digital version of the article or document. If there's something you are interested in that's not accessible online, please contact your local public or corporate library. 


 

BRAIN INJURY


Hopeworks Foundation
Help for those with brain injuries and neurological conditions. [Booklet]
s.l. : Hopeworks Foundation, 2015. - 26 p.

 

CHILD HEALTH


Ministry of Health
Indicators for the Well Child / Tamariki Ora Quality Improvement Framework. [Report]
Wellington : Ministry of Health, 2016. - 1 PDF file.
Link

 

CHILDREN


Children's Commissioner
Being child-centred : elevating children's interests in the work of your organisation. [Report]
Wellington : The Commissioner, 2015. - 6 p.

 

FALLS



Home 'fall' injury admissions 0-4 years (Jan 2010 - April 2015). [Journal Article]
Safekids News, 74, September 2016 : 5. .
Link

 

FARM SAFETY


Worksafe New Zealand
Safe use of quad bikes : good practice guidelines. [Report]
Wellington: Worksafe New Zealand, 2014. - 24 p.
Link



McCone, Al
WorkSafe: keeping children safe on farms. [Journal Article]
Safekids News, 74, September 2016 : 8.
Link



'Alatini, M.
Q&A: what's the leading cause of child injury on farms?. [Journal Article]
Safekids News, 74, September 2016 : 8.
Link

 

HEALTH SERVICES


Vaithianathan, R. et al.
The impact of the Family Start Home Visiting Programme on outcomes for mothers and
children : a quasi-experimental study. [Report]
Wellington : Ministry of Social Development, 2016. - 99 p..
Link

 

HOME SAFETY


Environmental Protection Authority
Safety begins at home : simple steps for using household chemicals safely. [Pamphlet]
[Wellington] : The Authority, 2015? 1 PDF
Link


 

HOUSING


Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment. Tenancy Services.
Renting and you : a guide for landlords and tenants. [Booklet]
Wellington : MBIE, 2015. - 29 p.
Link


 

PARENTING


Strategies with Kids - Information for Parents (SKIP)
Thinking about parenting. [Booklet]
Wellington : SKIP, 2013? - 11 p.
Link

 

POISONING


Environmental Protection Authority
Monitoring the effectiveness of the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 :
report to the Minister for the Environment. [Report]
2015. 48 p.
Link

 

PRODUCT SAFETY


Test round-up : babies on the move: strollers, portable cots and seats. [Journal Article]
Consumer, 571, Aug 2016: 40-41, 2016.

 

QUAD BIKES


Wren, J.; Frith, B.; Davison, A. ACC;Opus
What do we know about the safety of children driving and riding on quad bikes? : An
introduction to the issues reported in the literature. [Report]
Wellington : ACC Research; Lower Hutt : Opus Research, 2016. -  1 PDF; 73 p.
Link


 

STANDARDS


Standards Australia;Standards New Zealand - Paerewa Aotearoa
AS/NZS 8124.1:2016 - Safety of toys - Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and
physical properties. [Book]
Wellington : Standards New Zealand, 2016. - 124 p.

 

THERMAL INJURIES


New Zealand Fire Service;MartinJenkins
An evaluation of the 'Be Firewise' programmes for year 7 and 8, and senior secondary school
students. [Report]
Wellington : New Zealand Fire Service, 2013. - 47 p.
Link



New Zealand Fire Service;Litmus Limited
Attitudes to fire and safety in families with newborn babies. [Report]
Wellington : New Zealand Fire Service, 2014. - 42 p.
Link



New Zealand Fire Service;UMR
Effectiveness of digital media and social networking for reaching at-risk groups. [Report]
Wellington : New Zealand Fire Service Commission, 2011. - 106 p.
Link



New Zealand Fire Service;Te Iwi o Ngati Tukorehe Trust
Te Ahi Kaa : deeping our marae safe from fire. [Report]
Wellington : New Zealand Fire Service, 2011. - 1 pdf. 43 p.
Link

 

TOYS


Standards Australia;Standards New Zealand - Paerewa Aotearoa
Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 8124.6:2016 Safety of toys : Part 6: Swings,
slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use (ISO 8124-4:2014,
MOD). [Standard]
Wellington : Standards New Zealand, 2016. - 64 p.



Standards Australia;Standards New Zealand - Paerewa Aotearoa
Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 8124.2:2016 : Safety of toys Part 2: Flammability
(ISO 8124.2:2014, MOD). [Standard]
Wellington : Standards New Zealand, 2016. - 20 p.

 

TRANSPORT


Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
Flying with children?. [Pamphlet]
2016.
Link

 

WELLBEING


Ergler, C.R.; Kearns, R.; Witten, K.
Exploring children’s seasonal play to promote active lifestyles in Auckland, New Zealand.
[Journal Article]
Health & Place, 41 (September) : 67-77, 2016.
Link
 


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

 

CAR SEATS


Schwebel, D.C,; Johnston, A.; Rouse, J.
Teaching infant car seat installation via interactive visual presence: an experimental trial.
[Journal Article]
Traffic Injury Prev., 2016: ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link

 

CHILD INJURY


Pike, I. et al.
Establishing an injury indicator for severe paediatric injury. [Journal Article]
Inj. Prev., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link

 

CHILD RESTRAINTS


Brown, J. et al.
Quality of harness fit for normal and low birthweight infants observed among newborns in
infant car seats. [Journal Article]
Injury Prevention, Online First, published on July 15, 2016.
Link



Brown, J. et al.
Quality of harness fit for normal and low birthweight infants observed among newborns in
infant car seats. [Journal Article]
Inj. Prev., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Golonka, R.P. et al.
Prevalence and predictors of booster seat use in Alberta, Canada. [Journal Article]
Can. J. Public Health, 2016; 107(2): e155-e160.



Hauschild, H.W. et al.
Protection of children in forward-facing child restraint systems during oblique side impact
sled tests: intrusion and tether effects. [Journal Article]
Traffic Injury Prev., 2016; 17(Suppl 1): 156-162.
Link



Arbogast, K.B. et al.
Naturalistic driving study of rear seat child occupants: quantification of head position using a
Kinect™ sensor. [Journal Article]
Traffic Injury Prev., 2016; 17(Suppl 1): 168-174.
Link

 

CYCLING


Vansteenkiste, P. et al.
A hazard-perception test for cycling children: an exploratory study. [Journal Article]
Transp. Res. F Traffic Psychol. Behav., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link




Huybers, S., et al.
Long-term effects of education and legislation enforcement on all-age bicycle helmet use: a
longitudinal study. [Journal Article]
J. Community Health, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Oxley, J. et al.
How safe are children when transported by bicycle?. [Journal Article]
Traffic Injury Prev., 2016; 17(Suppl 1): 163-167.
Link

 

DROWNING



Szpilman, D.; Orlowski JP.
Sports related to drowning. [Journal Article]
Eur. Respir. Rev., 2016; 25(141): 348-359.
Link



Gaida, F.J.; Gaida, J.E.
Infant and toddler drowning in Australia: patterns, risk factors and prevention
recommendations. [Journal Article]
J. Paediatr. Child Health, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


EYE INJURIES


Raoof, N. et al.
The new pretender: a large UK case series of retinal injuries in children secondary to
handheld lasers. [Journal Article]
Am. J. Ophthalmol. 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link  



HELMETS


Olivier, J.; Creighton, P.
Bicycle injuries and helmet use: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
Int. J. Epidemiol., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Olivier, J.; Boufous, S.; Grzebieta, R.H.
No strong evidence bicycle helmet legislation deters cycling. [Journal Article]
Med. J. Aust., 2016; 205(2): 54-55.



Joseph, B. et al.
Bicycle helmets work when it matters the most. [Journal Article]
Am. J. Surg., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



HOME SAFETY

Hayes, Mike; Kendrick, Denise Keeping Children Safe at Home;University of Nottingham;Norfolk and
Norwich University Hospitals
A guide for commissioners of child health services on preventing unintentional injuries
among the under fives. [Book]
s.l.:s.n. - 32 p.
Link



Langiano, E. et al.
The childhood home accidents: risk perception and behavior. [Journal Article]
Clin. Ter., 2016; 167(3): e49-e54.



Ehrhardt, J.
Cognitive and motor abilities of young children and risk of injuries in the home. [Journal
Article]
Inj. Prev., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


INGESTION

Delport, C.D.; Hodkinson, P.W.; Cheema, B.
Investigation and management of foreign body ingestion in children at a major paediatric
trauma unit in South Africa. [Journal Article]
Afr. J. Emerg. Med., 2015; 5(4): 176-180, 2015.
Link


INJURIES TO PARTS OF THE BODY

Bressan, S. et al.
Paediatric recreational vehicle-related head injuries presenting to the emergency
department of a major paediatric trauma centre in Australia: is there room for improvement?.
[Journal Article]
Emerg. Med. Australas., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


INJURY PREVENTION

Schneeberg, A., et al.
A longitudinal study on quality of life after injury in children. [Journal Article]
Health Qual. Life Outcomes, 2016; 14(1): e120
Link


MOTOR CYCLES


Off-road motorcycle injury among children aged 0-17 in Victoria. [Journal Article]
Hazard, 81 (June) 2016 : entire issue.
Link


MOTOR VEHICLES

Shannon, S.F. et al.
Pediatric orthopaedic trauma and associated injuries of snowmobile, ATV, and dirtbike
accidents: a 19-year experience at a Level 1 pediatric trauma center. [Journal Article]
J. Pediatr. Orthop., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


PASSENGERS

Klinich, K.D. et al.
Rating child passenger safety laws relative to best practice recommendations for occupant
protection. [Journal Article]
Traffic Injury Prev.,  2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



McKenzie, L.B. et al.
Child passenger safety in the Somali communities of Columbus, Ohio. [Journal Article]
J. Community Health,  2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


PEDESTRIANS

Congui, M., et al.
Child pedestrians: factors associated with ability to cross roads safely and development of a
training package. [Journal Article]
Melbourne :  Monash University Accident Research Centre, 2008. - 113 p., 2008.
Link



Bridwell, N.
Clifford takes a walk. [Book]
s.l. : Scholastic, 2015. - 1 v., 2015.


POISONING

Tadros, A. et al.
Emergency department visits by pediatric patients for poisoning by prescription opioids.
[Journal Article]
Am. J. Drug Alcohol Abuse, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Tyrrell, E.G., et al.
Differing patterns in intentional and unintentional poisonings among young people in
England, 1998-2014: a population-based cohort study. [Journal Article]
J. Public Health (Oxford), 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



English, K. et al.
Unintentional insecticide poisoning by age: an analysis of Queensland Poisons Information
Centre calls. [Journal Article]
Aust. N. Zeal. J. Public Health, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



PRODUCT SAFETY

Banda, C.
Injuries secondary to wheeled recreational devices: hoverboards present new and more
complex challenges. [Journal Article]
J. Paediatr. Child Health, 2016; 52(7): 779-780.
Link



Fowler, E. et al.
Injuries associated with strollers and carriers among children in the United States, 1990-2010.
[Journal Article]
Acad. Pediatr., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Rettner, R.
'Expanding bead' toys may cause serious ear injuries, docs warn. [Journal Article]
August 4, 2016
Link



Sterling, M.; Mudd, P.
Destructive otologic foreign body: dangers of the expanding bead. [Journal Article]
JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg., Published online August 04
Link



Kamboj, A. et al.
Traumatic brain injuries associated with consumer products at home among US children
younger than 5 years of age. [Journal Article]
Clin. Pediatr., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



ROAD SAFETY

World Health Organisation;Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020
Ten strategies for keeping children safe on the road. [Book]
s.l. : WHO, 2015. - [20] p., 2015.
Link



SAFE SLEEP

Garstang J. et al.
Unintentional asphyxia, SIDS, and medically explained deaths: a descriptive study of
outcomes of child death review (CDR) investigations following sudden unexpected death in
infancy. [Journal Article]
Forensic Sci. Med. Pathol., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


SCHOOLS

Wong, Y.P.
A comparison of urban and rural kindergarten teachers' perceptions of school safety for
young children: implications for quality teacher education. [Journal Article]
Early Child Dev. Care, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link


SPORT

Cusimano, M.D. et al.
Factors influencing the underreporting of concussion in sports: a qualitative study of minor
hockey participants. [Journal Article]
Clin. J. Sport. Med., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Johnson, B.K.; Comstock, R.D.
Epidemiology of chest, rib, thoracic spine, and abdomen injuries among United States high
school athletes, 2005/06 to 2013/14. [Journal Article]
Clin. J. Sport. Med., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Huguenin, L.
Paediatric sports injuries. [Journal Article]
Aust. Fam. Physician, 2016; 45(7): 466-469.



Browne, G.J.; Dimou, S.
Concussive head injury in children and adolescents. [Journal Article]
Aust. Fam. Physician, 2016; 45(7): 470-476



THERMAL INJURIES


Goltsman, D. et al.
Pediatric treadmill burns: assessing the effectiveness of prevention strategies. [Journal Article]
Burns, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Javed, M.U.; Khan, W.; Gorse, S.H.
Burns at school. [Journal Article]
Burns, 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Coles, C. et al.
Paediatric burns secondary to nail adhesives: a case series. [Journal Article]
Burns Trauma, 2016; 4(1): e17
Link


TRAMPOLINES

Kasmire, K.; Rogers, S.; Sturm, J.
Trampoline park and home trampoline injuries. [Journal Article]
Pediatrics, 138 (3) 2016 : e20161236
Link


Trampolining's popularity leads to bounce in injuries. [Journal Article]
Nurs. Stand., (1987) 2016; 31(1): 17.
Link



TRANSPORT

Welle, B. et al. World Resources Institute
Cities safer by design: urban design recommendations for healthier cities, fewer traffic
fatalities. [Journal Article]
Washington, DC. : WRI, 2015. - 98 p., 2015.
Link



Pankratz, C.; Warda, L.; Piotrowski, C.
Challenges in the accurate surveillance of booster seat and bicycle helmet usage by children:
lessons from the field. [Journal Article]
Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 2016; 13(7): e13070658
Link



Marquet, O.; Miralles-Guasch, C.
Introducing urban vitality as a determinant of children's healthy mobility habits: a focus on
activity engagement and physical activity. [Journal Article]
Child. Geogr., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link



Woldeamanuel, M.
Younger teens' mode choice for school trips: do parents' attitudes toward safety and traffic
conditions along the school route matter?. [Journal Article]
Int. J. Sustain. Transp., 2016; 10(2): 147-155.
Link



Lehtonen, E. et al.
Learning game for training child bicyclists' situation awareness. [Journal Article]
Accid. Anal. Prev., 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub.
Link
 

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