Best Practices

The aim of this project is to provide information to a wide variety of users on what works and what doesn't work for the prevention of injuries to children and adolescent The reason to conduct this project is straightforward: because resources are always limited, they should be used for those prevention programs which have been shown to be effective in properly designed evaluations. This information will be important for investigators in terms of setting priorities for a future research agenda as well as for injury control professionals in deciding priorities for implementation of interventions. More...

Overview

Overview
Staff & Funding
Study Designs
Outcome Criteria
Cochrane Collaboration
Related Links

Intervention Strategy

Education
Legislation
Product & Environment

Topic

Adolescent suicide
Bicycles
Child abuse
Child pedestrians
Choking, aspiration,
and suffocation
Drowning
Falls
Firearms
Fires and burns
Rehabilitation

Motor Vehicle
Poisoning
Recreational injuries
Youth violence