In 2021, 13,469 American children ages 0–18 died from an injury (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2023). That figure suggests roughly 25,000 parents grieved the loss of a child, along with 50,000 grandparents and hundreds of thousands of siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Another 4.1 million American families brought their child to an emergency department for treatment after a serious injury (CDC, 2023). Annual economic costs from fatal and nonfatal pediatric injuries in the United States exceed $462 billion dollars. Globally, the numbers increase dramatically, with Global Burden of Disease estimates indicating about 600,000 annual pediatric fatalities from injury worldwide (Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation [IHME], 2023).