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IDB an indispensable injury surveillance tool for the European Union Working together to make Europe a safer place Characteristics IDB - Data collection at Emergency Departments - Harmonised data - National use + use at EU-level Scope IDB Currently - Home and leisure injuries

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idb an indispensable injury surveillance tool for the european union

IDB an indispensable injury surveillance tool for the European Union

Working together to make Europe a safer place

characteristics idb
Characteristics IDB

- Data collection at Emergency Departments

- Harmonised data

- National use + use at EU-level

scope idb
Scope IDB

Currently

- Home and leisure injuries

- Unintentional injuries, or

- All injuries

Future

- All injuries

organisation
Organisation

- EuroSafe

core activities eurosafe
Core activities EuroSafe

- Enhancing European injury data exchange

- Disseminating good practices in injury prevention

- Connecting policy makers, stakeholders and

practitioners

- Monitor, review and influence injury related policies

organisation6
Organisation

- EuroSafe

- Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria

financing
Financing

Member States

- Data collection

European Union

- Central database

- Overall coordination

- Development of tools

all injury coding manual
All Injury coding manual

- Based on ICECI version 1.2

- Core data elements (excl Alcohol + Drug use)

Level of codes (excl. Intent)

- Modules: Violence, Transport, Sports

Most data elements

translations
Translations

- Ready:

German, Dutch, French, Czech, Estonian,

Latvian, Portuguese, Slovakian, Slovenian

- In preparation:

Greek, Polish, Swedish

- Planned:

Danish, Italian, Norwegian, Turkish

participation
Participation

Working together to make Europe a safer place

numbers of cases
Numbers of cases

- 2004

- Home and leisure injuries

- 6 countries

- 41 hospitals

=> 250,000 records

accessibility
Accessibility

- EU-website: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/idb

- Incidence rates per Member State

- Public access to aggregated data

reporting at eu level
Reporting at EU level

Working together to make Europe a safer place

injuries on the eu political agenda 1
‘Injuries’ on the EU political agenda (1)

EU-Commission proposals:

  • Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on Actions for a Safer Europe

A strategic framework for Member States to prioritise their actions to reduce accidents and injuries.

  • Council Recommendation on the prevention of injury and the promotion of safety

Member States as signatories pledge themselves to fullfil the objectives of Actions for a Safer Europe

injuries on the eu political agenda 2
‘Injuries’ on the EU political agenda (2)

EU-Commission adopted

  • Programme for Community Action in the field of Health 2007-2013

The proposed framework for funding projects related to health, including accidents and injuries, 2007-2013

http://europa.eu.int/comm/health/

WHO European Region adopted

- Resolution (RC55) on giving priority to prevention of violence and unintentional injury in the European Region

www.who.dk/Governance/resolutions/2005/