Processes Evaluation of Naturalistic Observation and Unintentional Injury Preventive Intervention in Early Infancy: Serial N.63

Jenny Amanda Ortiz Munoz, Olga Alicia Carbonell, Carlos Jose Nieto Silva, Silvia H. Koller, Tatiana Plata Caviedes, Liliana Suarez

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Abstract

The Local Government Diagnostic of Childhood andAdolescence of Bogota ́-Colombia (Secretaria Distrital deIntegracı ́on Social, SDIS, 2012) states that domestic acci-dents are the third leading cause of violent death in chil-dren and adolescents aged 0-17 years in the capital.Between 2002 and 2011, the population most affected bysuch fatalities were young children. Several studies haveshown that children who live in chronic poverty are moreprone to accidents and that when an accident occurs, itcomes at an economic cost to the family, either with the lossof important human capital, or the cost of emergency med-ical care and ongoing treatment, which, in turn, both causeand perpetuate poverty (Maurice, Lavoie, Chapdelaine,Be ́langer Bonneau, & Ellison, 1997; Peden et al., 2008). (13) (PDF) Processes Evaluation of Naturalistic Observation and Unintentional Injury. Preventive Intervention in Early Infancy. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/242014025_Processes_Evaluation_of_Naturalistic_Observation_and_Unintentional_Injury_Preventive_Intervention_in_Early_Infancy [accessed Aug 19 2020].
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Pages (from-to)22
Number of pages29
JournalISSBD Bulletin
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2013

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