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The Impact of Community Social Capital on the occurrence of Injuries in adolescents and falls in older adults: Population-based Studies Conducted in Canadian samples
The objectives of this thesis were to study specific Canadian populations in order to examine; (1) relationships between the neighbourhood-level social capital and injuries in youth, as well as (2) falls in older adults, ...
High Risk Environments and Agricultural Injuries in Children, Youth, and Young Adults
Background: Children who live on farms experience high rates of fatality, morbidity, and disability when compared to children from the general population. There is an existing body of research describing injury rates and ...
Physical Fighting and Fighting-Related Injuries in Canadian Adolescents: a Demographic Analysis and Assessment of the Effects of Family Affluence
BACKGROUND: Physical fighting is a concerning behaviour among adolescents and can lead to injury. Family affluence can influence adolescent injury, but its impact on injury has not been extensively explored in a fighting ...