results for “Topic: Surveillance/Data Collection, Journal: American Journal of Public Health” search again



+ Homicide: A Leading Cause of Injury Deaths Among Pregnant and Postpartum Women in the United States, 1991-1999
Author:
Chang, Jeani / Berg, Cynthia J. / Herndon, Joy / Saltzman, Linda E.
Date:
2005
Publication:
American Journal of Public Health
Link to Published Abstract
Topics:
Gender, Homicide, Surveillance/Data Collection, U.S./National
Keywords:
CENTERS for Disease Control & Prevention (U.S.), HOMICIDE, PREGNANCY, PRENATAL care, Wounds & Injuries
Data from the Pregnancy Mortality Surveillance System at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were used to identify risk factors for pregnancy-associated homicide from 1991 to 1999. Over this... read more >
+ ‘A “Call to Arms” for a National Reporting System on Firearm Injuries’
Author:
Barber, C / Hemenway, D / Hargarten, S. / Kellermann, A / Azrael, D. / Wilt, S.
Date:
2000
Publication:
American Journal of Public Health
Topics:
Prevention, Surveillance/Data Collection, U.S./National.
Keywords:
Firearms injury surveillance, HOMICIDE, Suicide
The authors draw attention to the fact that the U.S., whose firearm injury death rate is 5 to 10 times higher than that of other industrialized countries, lacks a national reporting system to track the... read more >
 

view options

 

print options