Distribution of transport injury and related risk behaviours in a large national cohort of Thai adults
Background: A major barrier to addressing the problem of transport injury in low to middle-income countries is the lack of information regarding the incidence of traffic crashes and the demographic, behavioural and socio-economic determinants of crash-related injury. This study aimed to determine the baseline frequency and distribution of transport injury and the prevalence of various road safety behaviours in a newly recruited cohort of Thai adults. Methods: The Thai Health-Risk Transition...[Show more]
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