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We normally think of injuries as caused by uncontrollable, chance events. Did you? Since taking this class, have you changed your way of thinking about the preventability of unintentional injuries?
In your initial post, discuss how your awareness of the roles played by objects in our environment (for example, those found at home or work or in leisure settings) has changed with respect to being the cause of injuries. In other words, do you see these objects differently? Also, share your personal definition of injury intentionality, and give three scenarios in which environmental factors might contribute to unintentional injuries. Conclude your posting, with a situation or object that you would not have acknowledged as potentially hazardous prior to this course.