The strategy document recognises that due to the diverse nature of childhood injuries, a multi-agency approach is advocated in child accident prevention programmes. It is;
- Aimed at those agencies and individuals whose work involves child accident prevention.
- Seeks to address inequalities in health to promote access to child accident prevention for all sections of the community.
- Based upon recognised child accident prevention approaches, including education, environmental modification and enforcement.
- Aimed at complementing and recognising other relevant community strategies, for example drug and alcohol and public health.
- Acknowledged that monitoring and evaluation of child accident prevention activities are central to its role.
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