Strengthening the role of health education and health promotion in unintentional injury prevention

Many unintentional injuries are similar to diseases, in that injuries do not occur at random and have identified risk factors making them preventable. Unintentional injuries can occur from a variety of causes, such as: traffic incidents, both pedestrian and motor vehicle crashes, fires, falls, drownings, suffocation, poisonings, recreational and sports-related activities.

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