Center for Injury Research and Prevention

drowning prevention

Disparities in Drowning: Swimming a Joy for Some, Deadly for Others

June 17, 2014
Each year, 4,000 die from drowning in the US. Many could be prevented through providing basic swimming instruction to at-risk groups that are described in a recent CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Can we teach a generation to swim and break the cycle?

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Trends in Child Injury: An Article Review

September 24, 2013

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.

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