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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics. Welcome to the 2006 meeting of the International Collaborative Effort -ICE- on Injury Statistics Lois Fingerhut, Chair.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Center for Health Statistics

Welcome to the 2006 meeting of theInternational Collaborative Effort -ICE- on Injury StatisticsLois Fingerhut, Chair

international collaborative effort ice on injury statistics
International Collaborative Effort (ICE) on Injury Statistics
  • An international activity of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)
  • Annual meetings since May 1994
  • Visit and comment on our website www.cdc.gov/nchs/advice.htm
goals of the ice on injury statistics
Goals of the ICE onInjury Statistics
  • Provide essential data and tools for understanding causes of injury and effective means of prevention
  • Provide a forum for international experts in injury prevention and control to discuss data issues
participating countries
Participating Countries
  • Early members:
    • Australia, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, England and Wales, France, Israel, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, St. Lucia, United States
  • More recent participants from:
    • Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Thailand, Trinidad
  • Today we welcome participants from:
    • Bangladesh*, Japan, Taiwan
organizational collaborations
Organizational Collaborations
  • Pan American Health Organization
  • European Union/Commission
  • World Health Organization (WHO) Center Heads for Classification
  • Washington Group (measurement of disability)
  • CDC (3 Centers- NCHS, NCIPC & NIOSH)
  • New to this meeting:
    • International Society for Violence and Injury Prevention (ISVIP)
    • World Bank (Transport Sector)
our 2 day agenda
Our 2-day agenda
  • WHO panel
  • ISVIP and the World Conference
  • International traffic injury issues
  • Measures of severity
    • Main injury
    • Indicators
  • Other ICE updates
  • Nonfatal injury surveillance
  • ICD-11
  • Future of the ICE on Injury Statistics
advice list
AdvICE list…

Send SMTP message to [email protected] and type in the

body of e-mail "Subscribe AdvICE-Users" followed by your full name.

tackling the toll of injuries
Tackling the Toll of Injuries
  • August 22, 2006, Washington Post
  • Fred Rivara and Charles Mock
  • Urging far more international attention to injury prevention
thanks to
Thanks to…
  • Carla Battle, Courtesy Associates- Travel liaison
  • Tammy Stewart-Prather, Injury ICE web page coordinator
  • Hank Weiss and team for recording our sessions
  • Ladonna Crayton for her photocopying all of the presentations and handouts! ([email protected])
updates to agenda as of sept 6
Updates to agenda as of Sept 6..
  • Fazlur Rahman from Bangladesh was unable to obtain his visa…
  • Saakje Mulder had a sudden and unavoidable conflict at work
  • Elizabeth Ward sends regrets at not being able to attend
  • Safe Kids World wide representative is Jacquie Dukehart.
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