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State injury indicators; instructions for preparing 2010 data
  • Published Date:
    May 2012
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State injury indicators; instructions for preparing 2010 data
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (U.S.), Division of Injury Response. ; Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists ; Safe States Alliance
  • Description:
    Foreword and Updates -- -- Abbreviations -- -- Introduction -- -- Background and Purpose -- -- Preparing the Data Sets -- -- Additional Resources -- -- Injury Indicators -- All-Injury Indicator 1: Injury Fatalities_ -- All-Injury Indicator 2: Hospitalizations for All Injuries_ -- All-Injury Indicator 3: Emergency Department Visits for All Injuries Drowning Indicator 1: Unintentional Drowning Fatalities_ -- Drowning Indicator 2: Drowning-Related Hospitalizations_ -- Drowning Indicator 3: Drowning-Related Emergency Department Visits_ -- Fall Indicator 1: Unintentional Fall-Related Fatalities_ -- Fall Indicator 2: Unintentional Fall-Related Hospitalizations_ -- Fall Indicator 3: Unintentional Fall-Related Emergency Department Visits Fall Indicator 4: Hip Fracture Hospitalizations in Persons Aged 65 Years and Older -- Fall Indicator 5: Hip Fracture Emergency Department Visits in Persons Aged 65 Years and Older -- Fall Indicator 6: Falls in Adults Aged 45 Years or Older -- Fall Indicator 7: Falls in Adults Aged 45 Years or Older that Caused an Injury -- Fire-Related Indicator 1: Unintentional Fire-Related Fatalities -- Fire-Related Indicator 2: Unintentional Fire-Related Hospitalizations -- Fire-Related Indicator 3: Unintentional Fire-Related Emergency Department Visits -- Firearm-Related Indicator 1: Firearm-Related Fatalities -- Firearm-Related Indicator 2: Firearm-Related Hospitalizations -- Firearm-Related Indicator 3: Firearm-Related Emergency Department Visits -- Homicide/Assault Indicator 1: HomicidesHomicide/Assault Indicator 2: Assault-Related Hospitalizations -- Homicide/Assault Indicator 3: Assault-Related Emergency Department Visits -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 1: Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities. -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 2: Motor Vehicle Traffic Hospitalizations -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 3: Motor Vehicle Traffic Emergency Department Visits -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 4: Seat Belt Use -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 5: Drinking and Driving -- Motor Vehicle Indicator 6: Alcohol-Related Crash Deaths -- Poisoning Indicator 1: Poisoning Fatalities -- Poisoning Indicator 2: Poisoning Hospitalizations. -- Poisoning Indicator 3: Poisoning Emergency Department Visits -- Suicide/Suicide Attempt Indicator 1: Suicides -- Suicide/Suicide Attempt Indicator 2: Suicide Attempt Hospitalizations -- Suicide/Suicide Attempt Indicator 3: Suicide Attempt Emergency Department Visits -- Traumatic Brain Injury Indicator 1: Traumatic Brain Injury Fatalities -- Traumatic Brain Injury Indicator 2: Traumatic Brain Injury Hospitalizations -- Traumatic Brain Injury Indicator 3: Traumatic Brain Injury Emergency Department Visits -- -- Calculating and Submitting Rates -- -- References

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is pleased to provide this document to guide you in preparing the 2010 state injury indicators. Under CDC Program Announcement 05027, 28 states have been funded to collect and submit state injury indicator data; however, all states and U.S. territories are eligible to voluntarily submit data for inclusion in_the multistate State Injury Indicators Report. As more states and U.S. territories voluntarily participate in this surveillance effort, a broader picture of the burden of injuries can be presented and priorities for prevention can be targeted. During the 2009 data collection cycle, 42 states participated by submitting data for inclusion in the multistate report. We look forward to continuing our work together to advance and improve injury surveillance. The methods outlined in this document are consistent with those used in previous cycles of injury indicator data collection. These methods are based on recommendations presented in the "Consensus Recommendations for Using Hospital Discharge Data for Injury Surveillance" and in the National Public Health Surveillance System (NPHSS) indicators developed by the State and Territorial Injury Prevention Directors Association (STIPDA; now known as the Safe States Alliance) and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE). With partner feedback, CDC continuously modifies and updates the instructions and methodologies outlined in this document.

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