volume 6, issue 1, P9-15 2000
DOI: 10.1136/ip.6.1.9
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Abstract: Results-Rank orders of four variables describing external causes were remarkably similar between the WHO-HBSC and Kingston CHIRPP ( >0.78 p<0.004) for mechanism, object, location, and activity). The Kingston and other CHIRPP data were also similar ( >0.87; p<0.001) for the variables available to describe external causes of injury (including intent). Conclusion-The two subsets of the CHIRPP data and the WHO-HBSC data identified similar priorities for injury prevention among young people. These findings indicat…

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