Injury Prevention Regional Training Module

1. What is the leading specific cause of injury for 18 to 35 months?

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2. Which mechanism had the highest rate of injury for children 0-5 months of age?

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3. It’s important to recognize age of child and development in order to counsel families. For children 0-3 years of age, what ages typically have the highest overall unintentional injury rate?

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4. Approximately what percentage of families, reported to receive counseling on 1 or more injury prevention topic while visiting their health care provider?

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5. In Chen’s article, counseling on which specific injury approach was associated with the greatest change in behavior?

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6. Of children who died and restraint use was known, what percentage are completely unrestrained?

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7. Child passenger safety seats are estimated to reduce the risk of death in children by how much?

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8. What type of car seat is suitable for a child < 2 years of age?

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9. The latest child passenger safety guidelines recommend that children remain rear facing until what age?

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10. When a child outgrows their convertible car seat, they are to be switched to a belt-positioning booster seat. What sign tells you the child fits appropriately in the booster seat?

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11. Studies that look specifically at the association between tobacco exposure and SIDS estimate that what proportion of SIDS deaths could be prevented if all maternal smoking during pregnancy were eliminated?

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12. All of the following are benefits of breast feeding except?

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13. Who of the following influenced mother’s choice of infant sleep position as the baby got older?

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14. Which of the following has not been proven to be effective in changing infant safe sleep behavior?

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