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Prevention and reduction of accidental injury in children and older people (evidence briefing)

Accidents are a leading cause of preventable death and ill health. The briefing summarises a number of reviews of evidence relating to the reduction and prevention of accidental injury in children and older people. It aims to highlight what measures, including interventions, have the potential to prevent or reduce accidental injury as well as identifying gaps and inconsistencies in the evidence.

This page was last updated: 03 August 2007

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