Injury Control: A Guide to Research and Program Evaluation addresses the growing need for a comprehensive source of knowledge on all research designs available for injury control and research. Epidemiologists, health service investigators, trauma surgeons and emergency medicine physicians will find this a useful source for understanding, reviewing and conducting research related to injuries. Table of Contents 1. An Overview of Injury Research Frederick P. Rivara2. Classifying and Counting Injury Lois A. Fingerhut and Elizabeth McLoughlin3. Measurement of Injury Severity and Co-morbidity Grant O'Keefe and Gregory J. Jurkovich4. Data Linkages and Using Administrative and Secondary Databases Beth A. Mueller5. Rates, Rate Denominators and Rate Comparisons Peter Cummings, Robyn Norton and Thomas D. Koepsell6. Data Collection Methods Carol W. Runyan and J. Michael Bowling7. Selecting a Study Design for Injury Research Thomas D. Koepsell8. Qualitative Methods in Injury Research David C. Grossman and Lorna Rhodes9. Randomised Trials Thomas D. Koepsell10. Cohort Studies in Injury Research Jess F. Kraus11. Case-Control Studies in Injury Research Peter Cummings, Thomas D. Koepsell and Ian Roberts12. Ecologic Studies Ralph Hingson, Jonathan Howland, Thomas D. Koepsell and Peter Cummings13. Case Studies and Trauma Registries Charles Mock14. Systematic Reviews of Injury Studies Frances Bunn, Carolyn G. DiGuiseppe and Ian Roberts15. Evaluating an Injury Intervention or Program Robert S. Thompson and Jeffrey J. Sacks16. The Development of Clinical Decision Rules for Injury Care Ian G. Stiell17. Trauma Performance Improvement Ronald V. Maier and Michael Rhodes18. Measuring Disability and Quality of Life Post-injury Ellen J. MacKenzie19. Economic Evaluation of Injury Control John D. Graham and Maria Segui-Gomez20. Ethical Issues Helen McGough and Marsha E. WolfIndex.
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Titolo: Injury Control - A Guide to Research and Program Evaluation
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile