CSN Publications

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Released Date: Nov 2022
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Released Date: Oct 2022

Among children and adolescents ages 0 – 19 years, most pedestrian deaths occur among males, in non-metro areas, at non-intersection locations and at night.1,2 American Indian/Alaska Native and Black children ages 0 – 19 years are at higher risk for pedestrian death and injury than other racial/…

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Released Date: May 2022

Injuries and violence are among the most serious social, economic, medical, and public health issues. Injuries and violence are a leading killer among all ages, and the number one killer among kids, teens, and adults ages 1-44.1 Injuries and violence affect all of us including the families left…

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Released Date: May 2022

When a disaster, disease outbreak, or other crisis occurs, overwhelming a community’s capacity to respond, child safety efforts often need to adapt in order to be sustained. These disruptions can increase the risk for child injury and illness, while also creating serious challenges for…

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Released Date: May 2022

All Children are Pedestrians! Prevention Tips and Recent Statistics Approximately 600 children and adolescents die from pedestrian injuries each year. More than 3 in 4 pedestrian injuries in children and adolescents are related to motor vehicle traffic. Age Compared to children ages 5-9 or 10-14:…

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Released Date: Dec 2021

In 2019, 4,356 people were killed in crashes involving young drivers (aged 15 - 20). Of these fatalities, 1,603 were young drivers.1 Teenagers contribute to, and suffer from, the consequences of motor vehicle collisions at a disproportionate rate. Teen drivers ages 16 - 19 are nearly three times as…

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for Bullying Victimization.

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for Unintentional Poisoning Fatalities.

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for Adolescent Suicide Deaths.

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths.

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for Unintentional Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities.

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Released Date: Nov 2021

On average, over 3,000 U.S. children and adolescents die each year from a firearm injury. Approximately nine children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 die by firearm injury each day in the United States, with about five of those deaths being homicide-related and three being suicide-related. In the…

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Released Date: Nov 2021

FIREARM  SAFETY: Preventing Death by Homicide Firearm homicide is the second leading cause of injury death for children and adolescents ages 0-19. * Approximately nine children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 die by firearm injury each day in the U.S., and about five of those deaths are homicide-…

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Released Date: Nov 2021

FIREARM  SAFETY: Preventing Death by Suicide Firearm suicides are the fourth leading cause of injury death for children ages (10-19).* Approximately nine children and adolescents ages 10 to 19 die by firearm injury each day in the U.S., and about three of those deaths are suicide-related firearm…

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Released Date: Nov 2021

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative addresses the leading causes of child and adolescent injuries, fatalities and hospitalizations for youth ages 0-19. This data map provides statistical comparisons of national and state rates for  Bullying Victimization, Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths,…

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Released Date: Aug 2021

The Health Equity Planner is for use at the departmental and/or programmatic/work unit level to assess integration of health equity approaches in child safety initiatives. The Health Equity Planner may be used as a stand-alone tool or with the CSN Framework for Quality Improvement and Innovation in…

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Released Date: Jun 2021

The Change Packages list the evidence-based and evidence-informed strategies that will lead to breakthrough improvement in teen driver safety for youth ages 15-19. The Change Packages include the (2015) Child Safety Collaborative Innovation and Improvement Network (CS CoIIN) aim statements, goals,…

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Released Date: Jun 2021

The Change Packages list the evidence-based and evidence-informed strategies that will lead to breakthrough improvement in suicide and self-harm prevention for youth ages 10-19. The Change Packages include the (2015) Child Safety Collaborative Innovation and Improvement Network (CS CoIIN) aim…

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Released Date: Jun 2021

The Change Packages list the evidence-based and evidence-informed strategies that will lead to breakthrough improvement in interpersonal violence prevention for youth ages 0-19. The Change Packages include the (2015) Child Safety Collaborative Innovation and Improvement Network (CS CoIIN) aim…

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