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Buckle up safely for Indigenous children: development and evaluation of a preschool based education program to increase correct use of appropriate child restraints

 

Overview

This project looks at the barriers faced by parents relating to the correct use of appropriate child car restraints. It aims to develop and put in place a multi-faceted program to help Indigenous families thereby increasing the correct use of appropriate child car restraints. The research involved three preschools in the Shoalhaven area of NSW.

Contacts

The George Institute for Global Health
Level 7
341 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
PO Box M201
Missenden Road NSW 2050
Ph: (02) 9657 0300
Fax: (02) 9657 0301
Email: info@georgeinstitute.org.au

Related publications

Hunter K, Clapham K, Lyford M, Keay L, Brown J, Bilston L, Fegan M, Ivers RQ (2010)

Buckle up safely for Indigenous children: development and evaluation of a preschool based education program to increase correct use of appropriate child restraints.

Evaluated publications

Hunter K, Keay L, Clapham K, Lyford M, Brown J, Bilston L, Simpson JM, Stevenson M, Ivers RQ (2014)

Buckle up safely (Shoalhaven): a process and impact evaluation of a pragmatic, multifaceted preschool-based pilot program to increase correct use of age-appropriate child restraints.

Traffic Injury Prevention; 15(5): 2014

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Last updated: 19 June 2014
 
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