Prevention Theory and Evaluation
Azerdo, R. & Stidham, S. S. (2003). Design and Implementation of Injury Prevention Curricula for Elementary schools; lessons learned. Injury Prevention, 9, 245-278.
Cassidy, C. E., Orth, D.A., Guyer, B., & Goggin, M. L. (1997). Measuring the Implementation of injury prevention programs in state health agencies. Injury Prevention, 3, 94-99.
Cohen, L., & Swift, S. (1999). The spectrum of prevention: developing a comprehensive approach to injury prevention. Injury Prevention, 5, 203-207.
Gielen, A. C., & Sleet, D. (2003). Application of Behavior Change Theories and Methods to Injury Prevention. Epidemiologic Reviews, 25.
Greene, A. et al. (2002). Evaluation of the THINK FIRST FOR KIDS Injury Prevention Curriculum for Primary Students. Injury Prevention, 8, 257-258.
Kidd, P., Reed, D., Weaver, L., Westneat, S., & Rayens, MK. (2003). The Transtheoretical Model of Change in Adolescents: Implications for Injury Prevention. Journal of Safety Research, 34, 281-288
Liller, K. D. (ed) (2006). Injury Prevention for Children and Adolescents: Research, Practice, and Advocacy. American Public Health Association. Washington DC.
Monneuse, O. JY., et al. (2008). Attitudes about Injury among High School Students. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 1 (21), 179-184.
Weingarden, S. I, & Graham, P.M. (1991). Targeting teenagers in a Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Program. Paraplegia, 29, 65-68.
Emily Yorkston, C. T., Schluter, P. J ., McClure, R. (2007). Quantifying the Effect of a Community-Based Injury Prevention Program in Queensland Using a Generalized Estimating Equation Approach. Injury Prevention, 13, 191-196. doi:10.1136/ip.2006.01422.
Motor Vehicle Crashes and Distracted Driving
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Motor-Vehicle Occupant Injury: Strategies for Increasing Use of Child Safety Seats, Increasing Use of Safety Belts and Reducing Alcohol-Impaired Driving. MMWR.
Available at http://www.cdc.gov/mmwR/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5007a1.htm.
Ibrahim, J. K., et al. (2011). State Laws Restricting Driver Use of Mobile Communication Devices: Distracted Driving Provisions 1992-2010. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 40(6), 659-665.
Koppel, S., et al. (2011). Are Children Drivers a Significant Source of Distracted Driving? Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 1236-1244.
Wilson, F. A., & Stimpson, J. P. (2010). Trends in Fatalities from Distracted Driving in the United States 1999 to 2008. American Journal of Public Health, 100 (11), 2213-2219
Sports and Spinal Cord Injury Prevention
Blitvich, JD., McElroy, GK., & Blanksby, BA. (2003). Risk Reduction in Diving Spinal Cord Injury Teaching Safe Diving Skills. Journal of Science Medical Sport, 3(2), 120-131.
Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention
Orange County Hospital: Irvine County: Project Wipeout
Edlich, R. F., Swainston, E.M., Dahstrom, J. J., Gubler, K. D., Long III, WB., & Beaton, J. (2010). An Injury Prevention Program to Prevent Gymnastic Injuries in Children and Teenagers. Journal of Environmental Pathology, Toxicology, and Oncology, 29(1), 13-15
Sands, W. A. (2000). Injury Prevention in Women’s Gymnastics. Sports Medicine, 30 (5), 359-373.3
The American Association of Cheerleading Coaches & Administrators
Zegler, T. Preventing Catastrophic Injury in Cheerleading.
Michigan Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness: The Prevention of Injuries in Amateur Football.
National Athletic Trainers Association
Link to Video: http://www.nata.org/consumer/headsup.htm
Cook, D J., Cusimano, M.D., Tator, C.H., Chipman, M.L. (2003). Evaluation of the ThinkFirst Canada Smart Hockey Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Video. Injury Prevention, 9, 361-366.
Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness. (ed) (2000). Safety in Youth Hockey: The Effects of Body Checking. American Academy of Pediatrics.
Play it Cool Hockey Injury Prevention
Violence and Spinal Cord Injury Prevention
Farrel, A.D., Meyer, A. L., Kung, E.M., & Sullivan, T.N. (2001). Development and Evaluation of School-Based Violence Prevention Programs. Journal of Child Psychology, 30 (1), 207-220.
Gellert, G. A. (ed) (2010). Confronting Violence. American Public Health Association. Washington DC.
Grossman, D. C., et al. (1997). Effectiveness of a Violence Prevention Curriculum among Children in Elementary School: A Randomized Control Trial. Journal of American Medical Association, 277 (20), 1605-1611.
Ketterlinus, R. D. (ed) (2008). Youth Violence: Interventions for Health Care Providers. American Public Health Association. Washington DC.
Thornton, T.N., Craft, C.A., Dahlberg, L. L., Lynch, B.S., Baer, K. (eds). (2000). Best Practices of Youth Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook for Community Action. National Center for Injury Control: Centers for Disease Control. Atlanta, GA.
Elderly and Prevention of Falls
Fall Prevention Center for Excellence
Preventing Falls: How to develop Community-Based Fall Prevention Program for Elder Adults Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
One Step Ahead
Information on Programs and Educational Resources
Safe Kids USA
State Appendix of Injury Prevention Programs
The Delaware Coalition for Injury Prevention
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
American Associations of Neurological Surgeons
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
American Academy of Family Physicians
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Emergency Physicians
American Spinal Cord Association
Brain Injury Association of Texas
Center for Paralysis Research
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Field Neurosciences Institute
Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention
Foundation for Spinal Cord Injury Prevention. Care & Cure
Home Fire Drill
Kids and Cars
National Center for Health Statistics
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
North American Spine Society
Prevention 1st Foundation
Safe Smart Women