${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Adapting an established measure of supervision for beach settings. Is the parent supervision attributes profile questionnaire reliable? Wed 31 Jul 2019 16:54:34 AEST ]]> The effect of stud configuration on rotational traction using the studded boot apparatus Wed 17 Jul 2019 15:07:58 AEST ]]> Swim instructor beliefs about toddler and preschool swimming and water safety education Wed 17 Jul 2019 14:46:19 AEST ]]> Preventing adolescent drowning: Understanding water safety knowledge, attitudes and swimming ability. the effect of a short water safety intervention Wed 13 Nov 2019 15:17:27 AEDT ]]> Unobtrusive observation of caregiver-child pairs at public pools and playgrounds: Implications for child unintentional injury risk Wed 08 Nov 2017 07:18:15 AEDT ]]> Moving forward : How best do we investigate parental supervision of children at the beach? Wed 08 Nov 2017 06:55:03 AEDT ]]> How do parents supervise their children at pools and playgrounds? Wed 08 Nov 2017 06:52:43 AEDT ]]> The nature of caregiver supervision of young children in public pools Wed 08 Nov 2017 06:38:40 AEDT ]]> Can you swim? An exploration of measuring real and perceived water competency Wed 08 Nov 2017 06:38:33 AEDT ]]> Methodological approaches used to assess the relationship between parental supervision and child injury risk Wed 06 Mar 2019 15:32:08 AEDT ]]> Ground condition as a risk factor in sports injury aetiology studies : the level of concordance between objective and subjective measures 0.05). CONCLUSIONS:Compared to objective measures, the subjective assessments were more accurate for ground hardness than for soil moisture levels and raters were just as likely to underestimate or overestimate the condition under review. This has implications for future sports injury aetiology studies that include ground condition assessments and particularly the use of subjective measures to underpin the development of future injury prevention strategies.]]> Tue 21 Apr 2020 11:39:25 AEST ]]> Comparison of surface temperatures of different synthetic turf systems and natural grass: Have advances in synthetic turf technology made a difference Thu 24 Oct 2019 11:29:24 AEDT ]]> Abrasion injuries on artificial turf : A real risk or not? Thu 14 Dec 2017 13:39:53 AEDT ]]> Abrasion injuries on artificial turf : A systematic review Thu 10 Oct 2019 14:06:01 AEDT ]]> A lack of aquatic rescue competency : A drowning risk factor for young adults involved in aquatic emergencies Thu 08 Nov 2018 14:41:22 AEDT ]]> Caregivers’ perceptions of environmental risk factors for child drowning in different aquatic environments 1m; and when strong rips/currents were present. In calmer conditions (spilling waves; ≤1m; no rips/currents), caregivers were significantly more likely to report low/no drowning risk. The majority of caregivers reported that their child was at low risk of drowning in pool environments (public and home) and at flat beaches (patrolled by lifeguards or unpatrolled); moderate risk at lake, dam or lagoon; and patrolled surf beaches; and high risk at unpatrolled surf beaches. Caregivers reported water depth; type of waves; and currents/rips as environmental factors which contributed to their perceived level of risk at the beach, whilst rocks, reefs and headlands; stingers; strong winds; and water temperature were of less importance to them when judging risk. This chapter provides new insight into caregivers’ assessment of child drowning risk in diverse aquatic environments. Increased understanding of caregivers’ risk perception, coupled with understanding of factors which contribute to this perception, may guide future development of caregiver education programs and water safety campaigns which aim to reduce child drowning risk.]]> Thu 05 Apr 2018 15:36:26 AEST ]]> Can you swim? Teaching teachers of swimming and water safety Thu 04 Jul 2019 20:04:59 AEST ]]> Self-reported supervisory behavior and beliefs vs. actual observations of caregiver behavior at beaches Thu 01 Nov 2018 11:09:26 AEDT ]]> Lack of caregiver supervision : A contributing factor in Australian unintentional child drowning deaths, 2000-2009 Thu 01 Nov 2018 10:40:36 AEDT ]]> Selection and management of sports grounds : Does surface heat matter? Mon 24 Jun 2019 09:22:10 AEST ]]> One, two, three or four: Does the number of Clegg hammer drops alter ground hardness readings on natural grass? Mon 16 Jan 2017 11:40:56 AEDT ]]> Understanding how the components of a synthetic turf system contribute to increased surface temperature C3 - Procedia Engineering Mon 06 Jan 2020 16:54:58 AEDT ]]> Rotational traction testing : How can we improve the current test device? Mon 06 Jan 2020 16:54:28 AEDT ]]> The relationship between ground conditions and injury : What level of evidence do we have? Mon 01 Jun 2020 11:11:48 AEST ]]> Parent/caregiver supervision and child injury : A systematic review of critical dimensions for understanding this relationship Fri 26 Oct 2018 14:33:58 AEDT ]]> Observations of caregiver supervision of children at beaches : Identification of factors associated with high supervision 35 years) compared to younger caregivers (≤34 years). Compared to children playing alone, children playing with one, or two or more others were less likely to receive high supervision, and children aged 1-4 years were likely to receive higher supervision than older children. Conclusion: This study provides new knowledge about underlying factors associated with the level of caregiver supervision in beach settings. Future studies should continue to explore independent predictors of supervision so that effective programmes, which focus on caregiver supervision, can be targeted to address poor supervision practices.]]> Fri 22 Mar 2019 14:17:38 AEDT ]]> Can you swim? Self-report and actual swimming competence among young adults in Ballarat, Australia Fri 18 Oct 2019 16:34:26 AEDT ]]> Supervision Fri 08 Dec 2017 12:56:42 AEDT ]]>