volume 4, issue 4, P299-300 1998
DOI: 10.1136/ip.4.4.299
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Abstract: AbstractObjective-To assess parental decision making in the acquisition of an infant walker and the influences surrounding that decision. Design/methods-Caretakers of children attending a residents' continuity practice during a one month period were invited to participate in a structured interview to assess various aspects of infant safety. Ten questions specifically addressed infant walkers and the decision to acquire one; seven questions collected demographic data. Results-One hundred and fifty four primary…

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