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Topics: Wound, Safety, Sudden infant death syndrome Pages: 7 (2255 words) Published: September 21, 2014
 ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF NOVALICHES
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (RCBN-ES, Inc.)
Good Sheperd Cathedral, Regalado Ave., Fairview Park, Quezon City Telephone 430-7819
School Year 2013-2014

Learning Activity Sheet
First Quarter
Health 10

NAME:DATE:
SECTION:ACTIVITY NO.:

Type of Activities: Essay, Comparing and Contrasting, and Situational Analysis Activity Title: Unintentional injuries
Learning Target: Discuss the right of the child to safety and the concept of unintentional injuries References: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/population-health/inj/unintentional.html
: Wikipedia

I. Concept Note:

Accidents - implies that they are due to chance.
intentional injuries - characterizes the event as predictable and preventable if safety measures are implemented. Unintentional is used to refer to injuries that were unplanned. Unintentional injuries can be defined as events in which: The injury occurs in a short period of time - seconds or minutes, The harmful outcome was not sought, or

The outcome was the result of one of the forms of physical energy in the environment or normal body functions being blocked by external means, e.g., drowning.

Common Unintentional Injuries
Description
1. Motor Vehicle Crashes
A traffic collision, also known as a traffic accident, car accident, car crash, or car smash occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary obstruction, such as a tree or utility pole. Traffic collisions may result in injury, death, vehicle damage, and property damage. 2. Burn

A burn is a type of injury to flesh or skin caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, friction, or radiation. 3. Drowning
It is the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from submersion/immersion in liquid. 4. Poisoning
Any substance that tends to impair health or cause death when introduced into the body or onto the skin surface

* Every child has a right to be safe from harm at all times. The wellbeing and best interests of children are the responsibility of the entire community. As members of the wider community, we must act to ensure that every environment where children are present is safe. Children are our most valuable resources. They should be nurtured to react their highest potentials.

II. Reflection:
How would you feel if I told you that every year hundreds of thousands of children die due to preventable causes?

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF NOVALICHES
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (RCBN-ES, Inc.)
Good Sheperd Cathedral, Regalado Ave., Fairview Park, Quezon City Telephone 430-7819
School Year 2013-2014

Learning Activity Sheet
First Quarter
Health 10

NAME:DATE:
SECTION:ACTIVITY NO.:

Type of Activities: Essay and Memory Check
Activity Title: Data on unintentional injuries
Learning Target: Illustrate data on unintentional injuries
References: http://www.ama-assn.org/resources/doc/mss/toolkit_inj_notes.pdf

I. Concept Note:

Unintentional injuries are a leading cause of death and serious injury in children and youth ages 1-18. In other countries, not only do unintentional injuries cause a lot of morbidity and mortality among children and youth, but it costs society a lot of money. Unintentional injuries cost billions in lifetime medical spending, billions in other resource costs, and billions in present and future work issues.

Common Unintentional Injuries
Data Statistics
1. Motor Vehicle Crashes
Leading cause of death among children and youth. A daily average of 4 deaths and 602 injuries among children 14 or younger. Of those killed in MVAs during 2003, more than ½ were unrestrained. 1 out of 4 occupant deaths among kids 0-14 involve a drunk driver. Survey of 17,500+ children found 15% incorrectly harnessed. 2. Drowning

Drowning are still the 2nd leading cause of injury-related deaths for kids 1-14 according to the CDC, and most of these drowning occur...
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