Volume 13, Number 3 (January 2022)Greetings to readers of this third issue of the 13th Volume of the International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education.
As with most previous issues, this one is packed full of fascinating articles dealing with water safety knowledge interventions, drowning prevention, lifeguarding selections practices, body composition of Masters swimmers, water entry, and even one with advice on how to keep your aquatic facility safer during the pandemic.
I predict you will want to read most, if not all, of the articles contained herein. They are all quite informative and well written.
As always, I wish you "Good reading!"
Predicting Young Adults’ Intentions and Involvement in Alcohol-Influenced Aquatic Activity
Hannah L M Calverley, Lauren A. Petrass Ph.D., and Jennifer D. Blitvich
Understanding Lifeguard Recruitment and Selection Practices in Victorian Aquatic and Recreation Centers (ARCs)
Michael Butson, John R. Tower, and Eric C. Schwarz
Do Water Safety Lessons Improve Water Safety Knowledge?
Michael J. Tipton, Joseph Muller, Cristian Abelairas Gomez, and Jo Corbett
Body Composition Assessment in Masters Level Swimmers
Megan E. Larson, Amy Morgan, Jessica Kiss, and Mary-Jon Ludy
Eyes Save Lives Water Safety Program for Parents and Caregivers: Program Design and Pilot Evaluation from Southern California
Rachel Love-Smith, William A. Koon, Lauren Tabios, and Scott M. Bartell