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A National Study of Parental SES and Traffic Injuries in Childhood and Youth. The Swedish Population and Housing Census 1985. The National Hospital Discharge Register 1987-1994. All children aged 0-15 years. Main condition at the first discharge. 1985. (1987 1994).

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a national study of parental ses and traffic injuries in childhood and youth
A National Study of Parental SES and Traffic Injuries in Childhood and Youth

TheSwedishPopulation and Housing Census 1985

The National Hospital Discharge Register 1987-1994

All children aged

0-15 years

Main condition at the

first discharge

1985

(1987 1994)

Hasselberg et al. JECH 2001;55:858-62

age related cumulative incidence in road traffic injuries 1987 1994
Age-Related Cumulative Incidence in Road-Traffic Injuries (1987-1994)

Hasselberg et al. JECH 2001;55:858-62

odds ratios for different categories of road user
Odds-Ratios for Different Categories of Road User

Hasselberg et al. JECH 2001;55:858-62

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odds ratios for different categories of road user5
Odds-Ratios for Different Categories of Road User

Hasselberg et al. JECH 2001;55:858-62

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potential for improvement
Road users

Pedestrians

Bicyclists

Moped users

Motorcyclists

Car drivers

Population attributablerisk

14 %

8 %

25 %

37 %

29 %

Potential for Improvement

Hasselberg et al. JECH 2001;55:858-62

summary
Summary
  • There are considerable differences in road traffic injuries during childhood and youth between socioeconomic groups.
  • Socioeconomic differentials increase when young people come into contact with motorised vehicles.
  • Socio-economic differences in traffic-injury risks exist for both girls and boys.

Hasselberg et al. JECH Dec 2001