Tribal Road Safety: Publications
Crump CE, Robert JL, Billie H, Zhang X, West B. Motor vehicle injury prevention in eight American Indian/Alaska Native communities: results from the 2010–2014 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Programexternal icon. Public Health 2019.
- Billie H, Crump CE, Letourneau RJ, West BA. Child safety and booster seat use in five tribal communities, 2010-2014external icon. Journal of Safety Research 2016.
- Murphy T, Pokhrel P, Worthington A, Billie H, Sewell M, Bill N. Unintentional Injury Mortality Among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States, 1990–2009external icon. American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104: S470–S480.
- Shults RA, Sleet DA, Elder RW, Ryan GW, Sehgal M.Association between state-level drinking and driving countermeasures and self-reported alcohol-impaired drivingexternal icon. Injury Prevention 2002;8:106—10.
- Elder RW, Shults RA, Sleet DA, et al. Effectiveness of sobriety checkpoints for reducing alcohol-involved crashes pdf icon[PDF – 9 pages]external icon. Traffic Injury Prevention 2002;3:266-74.
- Zaza S, Sleet DA, Thompson RS, et al. Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Reviews of evidence regarding interventions to increase use of child safety seats.external icon American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2001;21(4S):31-47.
- West BA, Naumann RB . Tribal motor vehicle injury prevention programs for reducing disparities in motor vehicle-related injuries. MMWR 2014; 63: 28-33.
- Naimi TS, Cobb N, Boyd D, Jarman DW, Espey D, Snesrud P, Chavez P. Alcohol-Attributable Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost Among American Indians and Alaska Natives – United States, 2001-2005. MMWR 2008;57(34):938-941.
- Wallace LJD, Patel R, Dellinger A. Injury mortality among American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Youth — United States, 1989–1998. MMWR 2003;52(30):697–701.
- Motor-Vehicle Occupant Injury: Strategies for Increasing Use of Child Safety Seats, Increasing Use of Safety Belts, and Reducing Alcohol-Impaired Driving. A Report on Recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services. MMWR. 2001;50 (no.RR-7) (2)
- Piontkowski SR, Peabody JS, Reede C, Velascosoltero J, Tsatoke Jr. G, Shelhamer T, Hicks KR. Reducing Motor Vehicle-Related Injuries at an Arizona Indian Reservation: Ten Years of Application of Evidence-Based Strategiesexternal icon. Global Health: Science and Practice 2015. 3(4):619-629
- LeTourneau RJ, CE Crump, Bowling JM, Kuklinski DM, Allen CW. Ride Safe: A Child Passenger Safety Program for American Indian and Alaska Native Children.external icon Maternal Child Heath 2008. DOI 10.1007/s10995-008-0332-6
- Smith ML, Berger LR. Assessing community child passenger safety efforts in three Northwest Tribesexternal icon. Injury Prevention 2002;8;289-292
- Voas RB, Tippets AS, Fisher DA. Ethnicity and Alcohol related fatalities: 1990 to 1994external icon. Landover, MD: Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; 2000. Report no. DOT HS 809 068
- Baker SP, Chen L, Li G. Nationwide review of graduated driver licensing. Washington (DC): AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety; 2007. http://www.aaafoundation.org/pdf/NationwideReviewOfGDL.pdfpdf iconexternal icon