Appendix E: Supporting documents

Appendix E: Supporting documents

Supporting documents are available online. These include the following:

  • Evidence reviews:

    • Review 1: 'Current practice and innovative approaches to prevent childhood unintentional injuries: An overview and synthesis of international comparative analyses and surveys of injury prevention policies, legislation and other activities'

    • Review 2: 'A systematic review of risk factors for unintentional injuries among children and young people aged under 15 years'

    • Review 3: 'An overview and synthesis of evidence relating to strategies and frameworks for planning, implementing, enforcing or promoting activities to prevent unintentional injury to children and young people on the road: legislation, regulation, standards and related strategies focusing on the design and modification of highways, roads or streets'

    • Review 4: 'Strategic and regulatory frameworks for guiding, enforcing or promoting activities to prevent unintentional injury in children and young people in the home environment'

    • Review 5: 'Strategies, policies and regulatory or legal frameworks and/or mass media campaigns to prevent unintentional injury to children during play and leisure in the external environment'.

    • Review 6: 'Systematic review to provide an overview of published economic evaluations of relevant legislation, regulations, standards, and/or their enforcement and promotion by mass media'.

  • Economic analysis: 'Economic modelling of legislation/regulations and related national strategies to promote the wider use of: 20mph zones in residential areas, and thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs) in social housing for families'.

  • Expert testimony:

    • Expert testimony 1: 'Child road safety' (including 'Child casualties in road accidents: 2007. Road accidents factsheet number 5 [2009]'[Department for Transport])

    • Expert testimony 2: 'Preventing unintentional injuries among under-15s'

    • Expert testimony 3: 'Inequities in child injuries'

    • Expert testimony 4: 'Legislating for Health'

    • Expert testimony 5: 'Cycle helmets – epidemiology and effectiveness'

    • Expert testimony 6: 'Monitoring and surveillance issues – A&E pilot'.

  • Fieldwork report: 'Strategies to prevent unintentional injury among under-15s'.

  • A quick reference guide for professionals whose remit includes public health and for interested members of the public. This is also available from NICE publications (0845 003 7783 or email publications@nice.org.uk – quote reference number N2351).

For information on how NICE public health guidance is developed see:

  • National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)