Special Issue of Journal of Agromedicine: Protecting Children in Agriculture

Special Issue of Journal of Agromedicine: Protecting Children in Agriculture

Includes the following articles: The Future Structure of Childhood Agricultural Injury Prevention: First the Blueprint; Commitment and Cooperation for a Common Cause; Developing the 2012 National Action Plan for Protecting Children in Agriculture; Enhancing Surveillance of Injuries and Disease Among Agricultural Youth; Characteristics of Evaluated Childhood Agricultural Safety Interventions; Children's Environmental Health in Agricultural Settings; Guidelines for Children's Work in Agriculture: Implications for the Future; Supervision of Children in Agricultural Settings: Implications for Injury Risk and Prevention; Historical Background of the Child Labor Regulations: Strengths and Limitations of the Agricultural Hazardous Occupations Orders; Unique Agricultural Safety and Health Issues of Migrant and Immigrant Children; Child Labor in Agriculture: Some New Developments to an Ancient Problem; Child Care Needs of Farm Families; The Role of Child and Adolescent Development in the Occurrence of Agricultural Injuries: An Illustration Using Tractor-Related Injuries; Partnering Strategies for Childhood Agricultural Safety and Health; The Potential for Social Media to Educate Farm Families About Health and Safety for Children; Using Social Marketing to Address Barriers and Motivators to Agricultural Safety and Health Best Practices; Culturally Competent Safety Interventions for Children in Old Order Anabaptist Communities; and Children's Safety on American Indian Farms: Information and Recommendations.

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