Here are some newsworthy articles in the world of child injury prevention from October 2020:
The National Academy of Medicine outlines the strengths and areas of improvement for the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, the largest national health surveillance system that monitors health-related behaviors among high school students.
This podcast discusses why teens may engage in risky behaviors even though they are just as knowledgeable as adults about the risks of coronavirus.
A recently published study finds that gender-incongruent youth presenting for gender affirming care at a later age (≥15 years versus <15 years) is associated with worse mental health outcomes.
A recent presentation explored the prevalence of stress and stress injury among front line residents and physicians during the pandemic.
A recently published study finds that the media representation of gun violence is skewed, with a particular underreporting of black male victims.
County-specific child mortality from road traffic accidents is estimated in this new report published in Pediatrics.
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