Injury Prevention and Public Health: Practical Knowledge, Skills, and Strategies
By Tom Christoffel and Susan Scavo Gallagher
This book is a guide to understanding and preventing unintentional and violence-related injury from a public health perspective. It provides a synthesis of three major elements: the nature and magnitude of injury, the basic concepts of injury prevention, and practical strategies and resources for planning, implementing, and evaluating prevention programs. It uniquely combines scientific information, practitioner perspectives, and real world implementation.
Contact Info: Sue Gallagher (1-800-225-4276 x2206)
Published by: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. Order Info
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