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For the Safety of Canadian Children and Youth. From Injury Data to Preventive Measures.
  1. Bernard Guyer
  1. Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA

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    Produced by Health Canada. (Pp 291.) Minister of Public Works and Government Services, Canada, 1997. Available from Canadian Government Publishing-PWGSC, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0S9 ( ISBN 0-660-17066-3.

    This publication from Health Canada is both a reference volume and a guide for research, policy and practice, written by an expert panel under the direction of Ginette Beaulne from the Direction de la sante publique de Montreal-Centre, Quebec. The intended audience for this volume is “professionals working in injury prevention, especially those working in public health”.

    The data on injury among children and youth derive from two important sources: death data come from the vital statistics files and hospitalization …

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