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APPENDIX A: Selected Healthy People 2010 Objectives Related to Child and
Adolescent Unintentional Injury, Violence, and Suicide Prevention
7.2(b-d) Increase the proportion of middle, junior high, and senior high
schools that provide comprehensive school health education to prevent
unintentional injury, violence, and suicide.
15.1 Reduce hospitalization for nonfatal head injuries.
15.2 Reduce hospitalization for nonfatal spinal cord injuries.
15.3 Reduce firearm-related deaths.
15.4 Reduce the proportion of persons living in homes with firearms that
are loaded and unlocked.
15.5 Reduce nonfatal firearm-related injuries.
15.6 Extend state-level child fatality review of deaths due to external causes
for children aged <14.
15.7 Reduce nonfatal poisonings.
15.8 Reduce deaths caused by poisonings.
15.9 Reduce deaths caused by suffocation.
15.10 Increase the number of states and the District of Columbia with
statewide emergency department surveillance systems that collect data on
external causes of injury.
15.11 Increase the number of states and the District of Columbia that
collect data on external causes of injury through hospital discharge data systems.
15.12 Reduce hospital emergency department visits caused by injuries.
15.13 Reduce deaths caused by unintentional injuries.
15.14 Reduce nonfatal unintentional injuries.
15.15 Reduce deaths caused by motor-vehicle crashes.
15.16 Reduce pedestrian deaths on public roads.
15.17 Reduce nonfatal injuries caused by motor-vehicle crashes.
15.18 Reduce nonfatal pedestrian injuries on public roads.
15.19 Increase use of safety belts.
15.20 Increase use of child restraints.
15.21 Increase the proportion of motorcyclists using helmets.
15.22 Increase the number of states and the District of Columbia that
have adopted a graduated driver licensing model law.
15.23 Increase use of helmets by bicyclists.
15.24 Increase the number of states and the District of Columbia with laws
requiring bicycle helmets for bicycle riders.
15.25 Reduce residential fire deaths.
15.26 Increase functioning residential smoke alarms.
15.27 Reduce deaths from falls.
15.29 Reduce drownings.
15.30 Reduce hospital emergency department visits for nonfatal dog bite injuries.
15.31 Increase the proportion of public and private schools that require use
of appropriate head, face, eye, and mouth protection for students
participating in school-sponsored physical activities.
15.32 Reduce homicides.
15.33 Reduce maltreatment and maltreatment fatalities of children.
15.34 Reduce the rate of physical assault by current or former intimate partners.
15.35 Reduce the annual rate of rape or attempted rape.
15.36 Reduce sexual assault other than rape.
15.37 Reduce physical assaults.
15.38 Reduce physical fighting among adolescents.
15.39 Reduce weapon carrying by adolescents on school property.
18.1 Reduce the suicide rate.
18.2 Reduce the rate of suicide attempts by adolescents.
20.2h Among adolescent workers, reduce work-related injuries resulting in
medical treatment, lost time from work, or restricted work activity.
26.1 Reduce deaths and injuries caused by alcohol- and drug-related
26.6 Reduce the proportion of adolescents who report that they rode,
during the previous 30 days, with a driver who had been drinking alcohol.
26.7 Reduce intentional injuries resulting from alcohol- and illicit
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