Water Safety New Zealand
Research on aquatic education and competence swimming
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Research from New Zealand, and elsewhere, relating to aquatic education and competence swimming.
Drowning prevention and aquatic education.
All the available research.
- Assessing Student Swimming and Aquatic Skills
- Investigating Issues Relating to School Student Swimming and Water Safety Skills
- Association Between Swimming Lessons and Drowning in Childhood: A Case-Control Study
- School Aquatic Education Programmes and Pools
- New settlers, old problems: Facilitating water safety education for new New Zealanders
- Where the Evidence and Expert Opinion Meet: A Review of Open- Water Recreational Safety Messages
- Review of Swim and Survive programmes to establish a more unified approach: Final report
- Water Safety New Zealand Report and Evaluation on Learn to Swim and Survive
- Swimming in Christchurch: How the industry was affected by the earthquakes
- Can You Swim in Waves? Children's Swimming, Floating, and Entry Skills in Calm and Simulated Unsteady Water Conditions
- Drown-proofing New Zealand: The Learn-to-Swim and Prevent Drowning Campaigns, 1936-1956
- Define 'swim and survive' in the context of New Zealand drowning prevention strategies: A discussion paper
- Drowning: The First Time Problem
- Drowning: The Exit Problem
- Which Stroke First? No Stroke First!
- AUSTSWIM Learning Pillars: The Industry Standard
- Is the Australian Swimming Benchmark useful for the prevention of drownings? Building an evidence base for conditions associated with fatal drownings
- Report of Provision of Aquatics Education in Auckland Primary Schools 2015 - change in the last decade
- 2016 Bay of Plenty Aquatic Survival Skills Programme Review
- Surf Education Review of Program First Yearly Report
- Aquatic Education in New Zealand Schools
- Assessing the Water Survival Skills Competency of Children
- From Swimming Skill to Water Competence: Towards a More Inclusive Drowning Prevention Future
- Parental Perceptions of Water Competence and Drowning Risk for Themselves and Their Children in an Open Water Environment
- Survival Swimming Programs for Children: Case Studies from Canada, India, Australia and Bangladesh
- Participation in Structured Swimming Lessons: 0-13 Years
- Self-Estimates of Swimming and Rescue Competence, and the Perceptions of the Risk of Drowning among Minority Groups in New Zealand - Life Saving or Life Threatening?
- Teaching Foundational Aquatic Skills to Children in Open Water Environments