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Celebrate 10 Years with Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T.

Preventing Skin Cancer: Child Care Center-Based Interventions

Included Studies

The number of studies and publications do not always correspond (e.g., a publication may include several studies or one study may be explained n several publications).

Included Articles

Aulbert W, Parpart C, Schulz-Hornbostel R. Certification of sun protection practices in a German child day-care centre improves children's sun protection--the 'SunPass' pilot study. British Journal of Dermatology 2009;161 Suppl 3:5-12.

Bauer J, Buttner P, Wiecker TS, Luther H, Garbe C. Interventional study in 1,232 young German children to prevent the development of melanocytic nevi failed to change sun exposure and sun protective behavior. International Journal of Cancer 2005;116(5):755-61.

Gritz ER, Tripp MK, James AS, Carvajal SC, Harrist RB, et al. An intervention for parents to promote preschool children's sun protection: effects of Sun Protection is Fun! Preventive Medicine 2005;41(2):357-66.

Gritz ER, Tripp MK, James AS, Harrist RB, Mueller NH, et al. Effects of a preschool staff intervention on children's sun protection: outcomes of sun protection is fun! Health Education and Behavior 2007;34(4):562-77.

Kenfield SA, Geller AC, et al. Sun protection policies and practices at child care centers in Massachusetts. Journal of Community Health 2005;30(6):491-503.

Stover LA, Hinrichs B, et al. Getting in early: primary skin cancer prevention at 55 German kindergartens. British Journal of Dermatology 2012;167 Suppl 2:63-9.

Syson-Nibbs L, Peters J, Saul C. Can health visitor intervention change sun safety policies and practice in preschool establishments? A randomised controlled study. Health Education Journal 2005(64):129-141.