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What's New for June-July 2000!
- The Rural
Indiana Safer Kids (RISK) Project (conducted by the Agricultural Safety
and Health Program at Purdue University) was initiated to bolster ongoing
efforts to reduce injuries and fatalities among Indiana's rural and farm
children by: conducting coordinated public awareness campaigns and
workshops, cultivating networking among interested organizations,
maintaining surveillance of rural child injuries and fatalities, and
increasing the availability of safety education materials on the topic of
child injury prevention.
What's New for April-May 2000!
- Australia's SportSafe
has developed a range of resources and tools to help sporting clubs, sports
trainers, sports medicine professionals, facility managers and schools
collect useful information on sporting injuries. See their Sports
Injury Data Dictionary Level 1 and Examples
of sports injury data forms.
- The Center for Injury Sciences
(CIS) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has opened its website. The
CIS provides a multidisciplinary focus for the care of injured patients and
research related to both prevention and treatment of injuries.
- EuroSafetyNet is a collaboration of
twelve safety organizations from ten European countries. Here you will find
information on injury surveillance systems, accident and hazard research,
product safety, campaigns, safety conferences and evaluations of preventive
What's New for Feb-March 2000!
Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC, Atlanta, GA has an interactive
data retrieval system for injury mortality data in the United States called WISQARS
(Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System).
What's New for Feb January 2000!
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Author: Hank Weiss
MS, MPH, PhD Visiting
Co-WebMaster: Gerald McGwin Jr.
Initial posting:1/1/95, Acknowledgments
© 2003 Harold (Hank) Weiss