Injury Prevention Videos
As a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center, Hasbro Children’s Hospital is committed to promoting and educating children and families about injury prevention. The following videos featuring our clinicians highlight important childhood safety issues.
Bike and Car Safety
Your Bike Helmet Fit
Learn all the tips on how to properly fit your bike helmet!
Car Seat Harnessing Basics
Learn how to safely buckle your child into a car seat, in this video. (Spanish)
Proper Car Seat Use for Children Under Two
Watch Dina Morrissey, MD, program coordinator for the Injury Prevention Center, demonstrate how to properly install a car seat.
Booster Seat Safety
Watch Dina Morrissey, MD, MPH, Program Coordinator for the Injury Prevention Center, demonstrate proper usage of booster seats.
Head and Sports Injuries
Did you know that rest is the best way to treat a concussion? Hear from Elizabeth Jacobs, MD, from Hasbro Children's Hospital about why both physical and cognitive rest is so important to the healing process.
Neha Raukar, MD, sports medicine physician at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, discusses how to spot the signs of a concussion, and why youth athletes should take recovery seriously when it comes to head injuries.
Robyn Wing, MD, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, discusses what to do if a child has a tooth knocked out.
Sports Nose Injury
Mariann Nocera, MD, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, discusses common injuries to the nose that can occur during youth sports.
Your child is injured during a game. What should you do next? Elizabeth Jacobs, MD from Hasbro Children's Hospital explains.
Confused about the symptoms of a concussion, especially in kids? You're not alone. Learn more from pediatric emergency specialist Elizabeth Jacobs, MD of Hasbro Children's Hospital.
Scalding Bath Injuries
Dina Morrissey, MD, program coordinator for the Injury Prevention Center at Hasbro Children's Hospital discusses injuries related to scalding, or burns caused by heated fluids.
Preventing Burns in the Kitchen
Dina Morrissey, MD, program coordinator for the Injury Prevention Center at Hasbro Children's Hospital discusses kitchen safety.