Childhood unintentional injuries: factors predicting injury risk among preschoolers.

@article{Santo2004ChildhoodUI,
  title={Childhood unintentional injuries: factors predicting injury risk among preschoolers.},
  author={Janet Abboud Dal Santo and Robert Goodman and Deborah Glik and Kirby L Jackson},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={273-83}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationships between maternal perceptions of risk, stress, social support, safety-proofing behaviors, supervision practices and unintentional injuries to children under 5 years old. METHODS Household interviews were conducted with 159 mothers who had a preschool-age child. The secondary data were part of a population-based study that collected self-report data and home observational data. Diaries were used for collecting prospective injury data. RESULTS White… CONTINUE READING

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