The number of children experiencing serious medical damage or death from button batteries continues to rise.
Targeted outreach week: November 13–19, 2017
Note: Materials may now be used anytime.
Toolkit reviewed: 2017
Suggested hashtag: #buttonbattery or #buttonbatteries
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SOCIAL MEDIA GRAPHICS
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FACT SHEETS, BROCHURES, & WEBPAGES
VIDEOS, PHOTOS, & VISUALS
NEWS ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES
JOURNAL ARTICLES, REPORTS, & RESOURCES FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
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*List of Abbreviations
AAP: American Academy of Pediatrics
BBC: British Broadcasting Corporation
CAPFA: Child Accident Prevention Foundation of Australia
CCHMC: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
CHOP: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
CHPUPMC: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center
CIPA: Child Injury Prevention Alliance
CPSC: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
IJPO: International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
JETS: Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock
NCH: Nationwide Children’s Hospital
NCPC: National Capital Poison Control
NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association
NSC: National Safety Council
OSUMC: The Ohio State University Medical Center
UMHS: University of Michigan Health System
SKW: Safe Kids Worldwide