volume 4, issue 1, P14-21 1998
DOI: 10.1136/ip.4.1.14
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Abstract: AbstractObjectives-To examine children's accounts of injury risks and opportunities for prevention. Setting-Schools, youth clubs, and a holiday activity scheme in the south east of England. Methods-Sixteen focus groups were held with 7-11 year old children. Transcripts of the discussions were analysed using qualitative methods. Results-Children were knowledgeable about injury risks and how to reduce them. They also saw injury prevention as primarily their own responsibility. However, they were also sophistica…

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