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2020 | Vol 13 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in emergencies, trauma and shock? developing competency in injury prevention
Sunil Kumar Raina
Our fundamental understanding about injuries has largely been based on the following few assumptions: (1) that injuries are accidental, (2) the easiest way of measuring the impact of injuries is thr...
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Making roads safe for children using integrated multi-stakeholder competency building approach
Sunil Kumar Raina
With nearly 3700 people dying on the world's roads every day, road traffic crashes are a cause for alarm.[1] Even worst is the fact that tens of millions more are injured or disabled every year ...
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Maximizing learning and creativity: Understanding psychological safety in simulation-based learning
Fatimah Lateef
Psychological safety refers to the belief that one can express oneself without fear of the negative consequences or feedback that their speech, comment, or action might generate. It is about the wil...
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Safer roads to school
Amit Agrawal, Sanjeev Bhoi, Sagar Galwankar, Ranabir Pal, Harsh Deora, Amrita Ghosh, Luis Rafael Moscote-Salazar
Any and all advances made by medical science cannot solve the problem of road traffic injuries (RTIs) in school-going children, especially if the only concerned people are those of the medical frate...
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