Lyons, RA; Towner, E; Christie, N; Kendrick, D; Jones, SJ; Hayes, M; ... Phillips, C; + view all Lyons, RA; Towner, E; Christie, N; Kendrick, D; Jones, SJ; Hayes, M; Kimberlee, R; Sarvotham, T; Macey, S; Brussoni, M; Sleney, J; Coupland, C; Phillips, C; - view fewer (2008) The advocacy in action study a cluster randomized controlled trial to reduce pedestrian injuries in deprived communities. Inj Prev , 14 (2) e1 - ?. 10.1136/ip.2007.017632.
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Road traffic-related injury is a major global public health problem. In most countries, pedestrian injuries occur predominantly to the poorest in society. A number of evaluated interventions are effective in reducing these injuries. Very little research has been carried out into the distribution and determinants of the uptake of these interventions. Previous research has shown an association between local political influence and the distribution of traffic calming after adjustment for historical crash patterns. This led to the hypothesis that advocacy could be used to increase local politicians knowledge of pedestrian injury risk and effective interventions, ultimately resulting in improved pedestrian safety.
|Title:||The advocacy in action study a cluster randomized controlled trial to reduce pedestrian injuries in deprived communities.|
|Keywords:||Accident Prevention, Accidents, Traffic, Adolescent, Aged, Child, Child, Preschool, England, Geographic Information Systems, Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice, Humans, Lobbying, Middle Aged, Politics, Poverty Areas, Research Design, Safety, Urban Health, Wales, Walking, Wounds and Injuries|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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