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Infant safety seat use. Reaching the hard to reach.

Infant safety seat use. Reaching the hard to reach. We crafted an interactive video infant safety seat (ISS) education program for presentation to postpartum mothers. This program was designed to reach all socioeconomic groups with the message that consistent, correct ISS use is important. The program was further designed to be physically portable, versatile, and affordable and to narrow previously observed differences in correct ISS use between groups of high and low socioeconomic status exposed to the same educational message. Observed ISS use at an examination after four months confirmed the utility of this program in meeting the experimental goals. While also reaching other program goals, the interactive video program (64.6% correct use) was found to be at least as effective as a control education program (63.9% correct use). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children (1960) Pubmed

Infant safety seat use. Reaching the hard to reach.

American journal of diseases of children (1960) , Volume 141 (12): -1296 – Dec 23, 1987

Infant safety seat use. Reaching the hard to reach.


Abstract

We crafted an interactive video infant safety seat (ISS) education program for presentation to postpartum mothers. This program was designed to reach all socioeconomic groups with the message that consistent, correct ISS use is important. The program was further designed to be physically portable, versatile, and affordable and to narrow previously observed differences in correct ISS use between groups of high and low socioeconomic status exposed to the same educational message. Observed ISS use at an examination after four months confirmed the utility of this program in meeting the experimental goals. While also reaching other program goals, the interactive video program (64.6% correct use) was found to be at least as effective as a control education program (63.9% correct use).

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ISSN
0002-922X
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1987.04460120063036
pmid
3687872

Abstract

We crafted an interactive video infant safety seat (ISS) education program for presentation to postpartum mothers. This program was designed to reach all socioeconomic groups with the message that consistent, correct ISS use is important. The program was further designed to be physically portable, versatile, and affordable and to narrow previously observed differences in correct ISS use between groups of high and low socioeconomic status exposed to the same educational message. Observed ISS use at an examination after four months confirmed the utility of this program in meeting the experimental goals. While also reaching other program goals, the interactive video program (64.6% correct use) was found to be at least as effective as a control education program (63.9% correct use).

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American journal of diseases of children (1960)Pubmed

Published: Dec 23, 1987

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