child occupant protection
Let us assume it’s easier for a non-profit organization to maintain an advisory board than to build one. To do this, there is an important maxim to consider: The factors that motivate board members to join are different than the factors that motivate them to stay. And if you listen carefully to your board members, they will give you the keys to keeping them engaged and committed.
Historically, there has been limited research on the child passenger safety practices of mother versus father drivers.
I recently came across a new review article on child injury prevention by Drs. Brian Johnston and Beth Ebel at University of Washington. In it, they describe that although overall unintentional injury death among US children aged 0-19 years in 2000-2009 fell by 30%, there is still much work to be done.