Main Content

You are here

Research Reports

Research Report
Properly used child safety seats decrease the risk of death by 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for toddlers.
Research Report
This Safe Kids Worldwide national survey looks at how and what parents believe about children’s sports-related injuries, and where the knowledge gap is.
Research Report
This is an in-depth research report on distracted driving in school zones conducted by Safe Kids Worldwide and its member coalitions throughout the United States.
Research Report
Unintentional injury is the number one killer of children in the United States. Understanding the risks by developmental stage is important to help parents protect children from serious injury.
Research Report
The leading killer of kids in the United States is unintentional injury. Safe Kids Worldwide delves into the injuries, prevention strategies and facts surrounding childhood injury.
Research Report
While there has been a dramatic decrease in the number of child pedestrian deaths, this review finds that it still ranks second as the leading cause of injury-related death.
Safe Kids U.S. Summer Safety Ranking Report (April 2007)
Research Report
This report ranks U.S. states for child safety during the summer. It includes findings and recommendations from five key areas: drowning, biking, falls, and car occupant safety, and pedestrian.
Safe Kids Checkup Events: A National Study (February 2007)
Research Report
This Safe Kids Worldwide report is a five-year study detailing the work done at car seat check-up events in the United States.

Pages