Stephanie C Binder

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PROBLEM Two problems were addressed in this study. First, are daily injury diaries an effective means to gather information about children's unintentional injuries? Second, what are the circumstances of children's injuries as recorded through the diary method? METHOD Two studies were conducted with a total of 172 children to describe the ecology of(More)
OBJECTIVES To test the hypothesis that the promotion of national guidelines recommending the transfer of high-risk mothers to subspecialty perinatal centers reduces mortality and morbidity through the reduction of preterm infants delivered at nontertiary maternity hospitals. METHODS After implementation of hospital-based educational and communication(More)
PROBLEM The common view is that clumsy children experience unintentional injury more frequently. Empirical evidence supporting this position is mixed. METHOD One hundred 6- and 8-year-olds completed a battery of nine tasks designed to assess motor ability. Mothers completed a lifetime injury history measure about their children and families completed a(More)
Traffic Safety Administration, in the interest of information exchange. The opinions, findings, and conclusions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Department of Transportation or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The United States Government assumes no liability for its contents or use(More)
  • Minnesota Research, Krajicek, +47 authors Dan Brady
  • 2010
Introduction Daytime running lights—generally low-wattage headlights that turn on automatically when a vehicle’s ignition is started—are a safety feature intended to reduce multiple-vehicle crashes during daylight hours by making vehicles more conspicuous to other drivers. In some countries, such as Canada, they are required to be standard equipment on all(More)
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