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An Investigation of Risk Factors for Accidental Near Drownings and Drownings at the Creek in Taipei County�
Each year many drowning occur in the waters during their participating in the aquatic activities. The creek is the major place of waters where they often drowned in Taipei County. It is very important to explore the risk factors for accidental near drowning and drownings at the creek in Taipei County. The purpose of this study is to explore the risk factors for accidental near drownings and drownings at the creek in Taipei County-life-saver perspectives via individual deep interviews. The Haddon’s phase-factor mtrix is the framework of this study, the outlines are made for the interview study, and the interviewee’s are life-savers who ever saved near drownings and drownings at Ta-Pa Creek in San-Hsia Town last three years. There found many risk factors before drowning at the creek in this study, including people with swimming not very well or not understanding environmental hazards in the waters, children using flotation devices improperly, people swimming strangely or tensely, people jumping into the creek from the road, the bridge, or the big stone, people swimming toward the deep water, the rush, and the eddy, people with strange body languages and appearances, and people unfamiliar to use skin-diving facilities.
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