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In this report, the concept of injury includes both unintentional and intentional injuries. Unintentional injury is a physical harm caused unintentionally by external factors. Unintentional injuries are subdivided by their causal mechanism. Transport, falls and poisonings are examples of such injuries. Intentional injuries are deliberately inflicted and include self-inflicted injuries, and interpersonal and collective violence.

Level of Education: Initial vocational education and training

Lead Organisation: Eurosafe

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