These publications have numerous implications for NAGCAT regardless of whether NAGCAT were evaluated, utilized as a standard comparison, or mentioned in the discussion.
Gadomski, A., Ackerman, S., Burdick, P., Jenkins, P. (2006). Efficacy of the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks in
Reducing Childhood Agricultural Injuries. American Journal of Public Health. 96(4): 722-727.
Zentner, J., Berg, R.L., Pickett, W., Marlenga, B. (2005). Do parents' perceptions of risks protect children engaged in farm work?
Preventive Medicine. 40(6): 860-806.
Pickett, W., Brison, R.J., Berg, R.L., Zentner, J., Linneman, J., Marlenga, B. (2005). Pediatric farm injuries involving non-working children injured by a farm work hazard: five priorities for primary prevention. Injury Prevention, 11:6-11.
Pryor, S.K., Carruth, A.K., LaCour, G. (2005). Occupational risky business: injury prevention behaviors of farm women and children. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 28:17-31.
Vela Acosta, M.S., Reding, D.J., Cooper, S.P., Gunderson, P. (2005). Lessons Learned: Geographic Information Systems and Farmworkers in the Lake States. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 11(1);85-97.
Neufeld, S.J., Cinnamon, J.L. (2004) Farm Parents' Attitudes Towards Farm Safety Experts. Rural Sociology, 69(4):532-551.
Marlenga, B., Brison, R.J., Berg, R.L., Zentner, J., Linneman, J., Pickett, W. (2004). Evaluation of the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks using a case series of injuries. Injury Prevention, 10(6): 350-357.
Hagel, L.M., Dosman,J.A., Rennie,D.C., Ingram, M.W., Senthilselvan, A. (2004). Effect of Age on Hospitalized Machine-Related Farm Injuries Among the Saskatchewan Farm Population. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 10(3);155-162.
Hartling, L., Brison, R.J., Crumley, E.T., Klassen, T.P., Pickett, W. (2004). A Systematic Review of Prevention Strategies for Childhood Farm Injuries. Pediatrics, 114(4):483-496.
Reed, D.B. (2004). The Risky Business of Production Agriculture: Health and safety for farm workers. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 52(9):401-409.
Reed, D.B., Kidd, P.S. (2004). Collaboration Between Nurses and Agricultural Teachers to Prevent Adolescent Agricultural Injuries: The Agricultural Disability Awareness and Risk Education Program. Public Health Nursing, 21(4):323-330.
Smith, G.A., Scherzer, D.J., Buckley, J.W., Haley, K.J., Shields, B.J. (2004). Pediatric Farm-related Injuries: A Series of 96 Hospitalized Patients. Clinical Pediatrics, 43, 335-342.
Marlenga, B., Pickett, W., Berg, R.L., Murphy, D. (2004). Operational Characteristics of Tractors Driven by Children on Farms in the United States and Canada. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 10(1):17-25.
Pickett, W., Hartling, L., Crumley, E., Klassen, T.P., Brison, R.J. (2003). A Systematic Review of Prevention Strategies for Childhood Farm Injuries. .
Rasmussen, R.C., Schermann, M.A., Shutske, J.M., Olson, D.K. (2003). Use of the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks with Hmong Farm Families. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 9(4):265-274.
Reed, D.B., Westneat, S.C., Kidd, P. (2003). Observation Study of Students Who Completed a High School Agricultural Safety Education Program. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 9(4):275-283.
Pickett, W., Marlenga, B., & Berg, R. L. (2003). Parental knowledge of child development and the assignment of tractor work to children. Pediatrics, 112, 11-16.
Chapman, L.J., Newenhouse, A. C., Meyer, R. H., Karsh, B.-T., Taveira, A. D., Miquelon, M. G. (2003). Musculoskeletal Discomfort, Injuries, and Tasks Accomplished by Children and Adolescents in Wisconsin Fresh Market Vegetable Production. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 9(2): 91-105.
Park, H., Reynolds, S.J., Kelly, K.M., Stromquist, A.M., Burmeister, L.F., Zwerling, C., & Merchant, J.A. (2003). Characterization of agricultural tasks performed by youth in the Keokuk County rural health study. Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 18(6), 418-429.
Cohen, A. (2002, June). North American Guidelines for Children’s Agricultural Tasks and Child Labor Regulations. (Available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1095 Willowdale Road, Morgantown, WV 26505-2888)
Hubler, C. L., & Hupcey, J. E. (2002). Incidence and nature of farm-related injuries among Pennsylvania Amish children: Implications for education. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 28(4), 284-288.
Liller, K.D., Noland, V., Rijal, P., Pesce, K., Gonzalez, R. (2002). Development and Evaluation of the Kids Count Farm Safety Lesson. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 8(4), 411-42.
Marlenga, B., Pickett, W., & Berg, R. L. (2002). Evaluation of an enhanced approach to the dissemination of the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks: A randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine, 35, 150-159.
Mason, C., & Earle-Richardson, G. (2002). New York state child agricultural injuries: How often is maturity a potential contributing factor? American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 2, 36-42.
McCurdy et al., (2002). Injury Risks in Children of California Migrant Hispanic Farm Worker Farmilies. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 42(2), 124-133.
Neufeld, S., Wright, S. M., & Gaut, J. (2002). Not raising a “bubble kid”: Farm parents’ attitudes and practices regarding the employment, training and supervision of their children. The Journal of Rural Health, 18(1), 57-66.
Pickett, W., Hartling, L., Klassen, T., & Brison, R. J. (project team) (2002). Response to Safe Kids Canada request for proposals: Children’s rural safety.
Pryor, S.K., Caruth, A.K., McCoy, C.A. (2002). Children's injuries in agriculture related events: the effect of supervision on the injury experience. Issues Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 25(3):189-205.
Zentner, J., & Marlenga, B. (2002). Evaluation of the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks Dissemination to 457 Farm Families in North Central Wisconsin. National Institute for Farm Safety, Paper No. 2002-T#1.
American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention & Committee on Community Health Services (2001). Prevention of agricultural injuries among children and adolescents. Pediatrics, 108(4), 1016-1019.
Browning, S. R., Westneat, S. C., & Szeluga, R. (2001). Tractor driving among Kentucky farm youth: Results from the farm family health and hazard surveillance project. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 7(3), 155-167.
Geberich et al., (2001). Injuries among children and youth in farm households: Regional Rural Injury Study-I. Injury Prevention, 7(2), 117-22.
Hendricks, K. J. & Adekoya, N., (2001) Non-fatal animal related injuries to youth occurring on farms in the United States. Injury Prevention, 7(4):307-11.
Marlenga, B., Pickett, W., & Berg, R. L. (2001). Assignment of work involving farm tractors to children on north American farms. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 40, 15-22.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (2000). Childhood agricultural safety and health research (RFA OH-00-001).
Castillo, D. N., Adekoya, N., & Myers, J. R. (1999). Fatal work-related injuries in the agricultural production and services sectors among youth in the United States, 1992-96. Journal of Agromedicine, 6(3), 27-41.
Lee, B., & Marlenga, B. (Eds.) (1999). Professional Resource Manual: North American Guidelines for Children’s Agricultural Tasks. Marshfield, WI: Marshfield Clinic.