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Web Contents to Support Education of Parents for Preventing Child Unintentional Injuries

Overview

These is supporting education of parents that information related to injuries is provided as one of the methods for preventing child's injuries at home. Almost all conventional methods are alerting to parents by providing information about injuries with text, numeric value and illustration on books, magazines, internet pages and so on. We think that it is not enough for parents to realize how injuries happen to their children. Thus, we begun a service to provide child injury scene animations which ware created by ourselves in cooperation with Benesse Corporation from December, 2005.

Benesse Corporation Service Wep Page (Japanes only):
http://parenting.benesse.ne.jp/kiken/login.htm

A Service for providing child injury scene animations

The following is a concrete content of our service.

  1. Input "Age" and "Developmental stage"
  2. Display the list of injury scenes corresponds to age and developmental stage
  3. Parents select the animations that they want to watch and watch them
  4. After watching, answer a questionnaire that parents select a item from following items
    1. I have seen or heard about this injury; I think the possibility of it occurring in the future is high.
    2. I have seen or heard about this injury, but I think the possibility of it occurring in the future is low.
    3. I have never seen or heard about this injury, but I think the possibility of occurring it in the future is high.
    4. I have never seen or heard about this injury; I think the possibility of it occurring in the future is low.
  5. After answering, display measures or emergency procedure of the injury
Example of child injury scene animations

Usage of the service

Following shows usage of the service as of January 29, 2007.

ItemNumber
Number of times site was accessed (excluding multiple accesses) 4933
Number of times site was accessed (including multiple accesses) 80084
Number of valid responses for which age/developmental stage were input 4471
Number of times animations were downloaded 61147
Number of valid responses to questionnaire after viewing animations 21482

Analysis of collected data through the service

Age of users' child

Analysis about alteration of users' consciousness

Relationship between age and developmental stage

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