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An exploratory study of barriers to child restraint use in New Zealand

Published: | Category: Research & reports | Audience: Communities

The key objective of this research is to determine which factors are seen as barriers to child restraint use by New Zealand parents, and that ultimately prevent some from correctly restraining their children. Identification of these barriers will provide the evidence-base to inform and help target future interventions, such that policy interventions, education initiatives, or social media campaigns are more effective at increasing child restraint rates among non-compliant parents, as well as reducing barriers for those parents that do comply.

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  • Published: November 2012