volume 99, issue 5, P704-710 1997
DOI: 10.1542/peds.99.5.704
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L. R. Cohen, C. W. Runyan, S. M. Downs, J. M. Bowling

Abstract: This study illustrates areas of consensus as well as unresolved dilemmas about pediatric injury prevention counseling. A rational decision making approach to prioritizing elements of clinical counseling is needed. Meanwhile, clinicians can use the findings of this study to derive their own judgments.