Journal article

End-user experiences with two incident and injury reporting systems designed for led outdoor activities - challenges for implementation of future data systems.

Caroline F Finch, Natassia Goode, Louise Shaw, Paul M Salmon

Injury Epidemiology | Published : 2019

Abstract

Background: Injury and incident (near miss) prevention is heavily dependent upon robust and high-quality data systems. Evaluations of surveillance systems designed to report factors associated with incidents and injuries are essential to understand their value, as well as to improve their performance and efficiency. Despite, this there have been few such evaluations published in the peer-review literature. Methods: The attitudes and experiences of industry representatives who used one of two variants of an incident and injury surveillance system to collect injury and incident data for the led outdoor activity setting were obtained through an online self-report survey following a 12-month tri..

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