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References

9.0 References

This section includes a list of peer-reviewed journal articles and other publications using NVDRS data.

These articles provide relevant background information, methodology, and findings regarding various violent death-related topics using NVDRS data.

 

1. Azrael D, Barber C, Mercy J. Linking data to save lives: recent progress in establishing a National Violent Death Reporting System. Harv Health Policy Rev 2001;2:38-41.

2. Paulozzi LJ, Mercy J, Frazier L, Annest JL. CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System: background and methodology. Inj Prev 2004;10:47-52.

3. Bennett Jr MD, Hall J, Frazier L, Patel N, Barker L, Shaw K. Homicide of children aged 0-4 years, 2003-04: results from the National Violent Death Reporting System. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii39-ii43.

4. Bossarte RM, Simon TR, Barker L. Characteristics of homicide followed by suicide incidents in multiple states, 2003-04. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii33-ii38.

5. Breiding MA, Wiersema B. Variability of undetermined manner of death classification in the U.S. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii49-ii54.

6. Butchart A. The National Violent Death Reporting System: a new gold standard for the surveillance of violence related deaths? Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii63-ii64.

7. Campbell R, Weis MA, Millet L, Powell V, Hull-Jilly D, Hackman H. From surveillance to action: early gains from the National Violent Death Reporting System. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii6-ii9.

8. CDC. Homicides and suicides--National Violent Death Reporting System, United States, 2003-2004. MMWR 2006;55(26);721-4.

9. Friday JC. Law enforcement and the National Violent Death Reporting System: a partnership in the making. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii55-ii57.

10. Karch D, Barker L, Strine TW. Race/ethnicity, substance abuse, and mental illness among suicide victims in 13 U.S. states: 2004 data from the National Violent Death Reporting System. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii22-ii27.

11. Mercy JA, Barker L, Frazier L. The secrets of the National Violent Death Reporting System. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii1-ii2.

12. Powell V, Barber C, Hedegaard H, Hempstead K, Hull-Jilly D, Shen X, et al. Using NVDRS data for suicide prevention: promising practices in seven states. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii28-ii32.

13. Steenkamp M, Frazier L, Lipskiy N, DeBerry M, Thomas S, Barker L, et al. The National Violent Death Reporting System: an exciting new tool for public health surveillance. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii3-ii5.

14. Weiss H, Gutierrez MI, Harrison J, Matzopoulos R. The U.S. National Violent Death Reporting System: domestic and international lessons for violence injury surveillance. Inj Prev 2006;12(Suppl II):ii58-ii62.

15. CDC. Toxicology testing and results for suicide victims---National Violent Death Reporting System, Thirteen US States, 2004. MMWR 2006;55(46):1245-8 (Reprinted in JAMA 2007;297(4):355-6).

16. Kegler SR. Applying the compound Poisson process model to the reporting of injury-related mortality rates. Epidemiol Perspect Innov 2007;Feb 16(4):1.

 

 

 

Content Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Office of Statistics and Programming
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