The built environment and active transportation safety in children and youth: a study protocol
作者: Brent E. HagelAlison MacphersonAndrew HowardPamela FuselliMarie-Soleil CloutierMeghan WintersSarah A. RichmondLinda RothmanKathy BeltonRon BuliungCarolyn A. EmeryGuy FaulknerJacqueline KennedyTracey MaColin MacarthurGavin R. McCormackGreg MorrowAlberto Nettel-AguirreLiz OwensIan PikeKelly RussellJuan TorresDonald VoaklanderTania EmbreeTate Hubka
刊名: BMC Public Health, 2019, Vol.19 (1), pp.1-13
来源数据库: Directory of Open Access Journals
DOI: 10.1186/s12889-019-7024-6
关键词: Built environmentActive transportationInjury preventionChildren
原始语种摘要: Abstract Background Active transportation, such as walking and biking, is a healthy way for children to explore their environment and develop independence. However, children can be injured while walking and biking. Many cities make changes to the built environment (e.g., traffic calming features, separated bike lanes) to keep people safe. There is some research on how effective these changes are in preventing adult pedestrians and bicyclists from getting hurt, but very little research has been done to show how safe various environments are for children and youth. Our research program will study how features of the built environment affect whether children travel (e.g., to school) using active modes, and whether certain features increase or decrease their likelihood of injury. Methods...
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影响因子:2.076 (2012)

  • transportation 搬运
  • environment 环境
  • built 建造
  • safety 安全
  • protocol 日态
  • objectively 客观地
  • youth 幼年期
  • national 国家的
  • information 报告
  • implementation 执行