Safeguards that prevent disabilities

Maurice, Pierre
September 1995
World Health;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p8
Focuses on the application of health services to disability-causing injuries in Canada. Development of databanks and information sources to detect key events of potential accident dangers; Countermeasures to provide solutions for disability-causing accidents; Considerations in implementing preventive health measures.


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