Here's our monthly roundup of newsworthy articles in the arena of child injury prevention for August 2018.
Researchers at Stanford are developing a model of human driving behavior in order to create artificial intelligence algorithms for self driving cars.
University of MIchigan released a report on the implications of separating children from their parents. The report, which includes resources and a social media toolkit, gathered perspectives from experts in child development, trauma and stress, and public policy.
This Time article discusses a new ranking of high schools based on implementation of safety policies designed to prevent serious injury and death among high school athletes.
Researchers interviewed farm families to understand how they make decisions about whether to bring their children into the farm work environment. They hope that understanding this framework can help inform injury prevention strategies.
This Washington Post article discusses the growing prevalence of inebriated pedestrians and the safety hazards they face.
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