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Reports and Documents

 

*Recent Reports*

2017 Suicide in Indiana Report

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Division of Trauma and Injury Prevention (DTIP) is pleased to announce the release of the updated Suicide in Indiana Report. The report features suicide data from 2011 through 2015, and self-inflicted emergency department and hospitalization data from 2011 through 2014. The previous report was released in September 2013. Suicide is a major preventable public health problem throughout the United States and Indiana. Individuals who die by suicide cross all economic, racial/ethnic, age and social boundaries. Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death among Hoosiers and self-inflicted injury contributes to the number of hospitalizations and emergency department visits each year.

2017 Suicide in Indiana Report 

 
Preventing Injuries in Indiana: A Resource Guide

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Division of Trauma and Injury is pleased to provide the first edition of this comprehensive Resource Guide on injuries affecting Hoosiers. The Resource Guide is intended to provide easily accessible and understandable data and information on the size and scope of specific injury problems in Indiana to allow for implementation of appropriate injury-related interventions. It also aims to inform community leaders and medical providers of the major causes and burden of injuries in Indiana for the purposes of developing and implementing interventions to address the ever growing epidemic.

2016 Preventing Injuries in Indiana: A Resource Guide: Updated 8/12/2016

Injury Topics:

 Trauma & Trauma System  Older Adult Falls
 Alcohol & Injury  Child Maltreatment
 Prescription Drug Overdose  Sexual Violence
 Infant Safe Sleep  Distracted Driving
 Traumatic Brain Injury  Suicide Prevention

Appendices:

 A: Glossary of Injury & Violence Terms & Acronyms  D: State, Regional & National Injury Prevention Organizations
 B: ISDH Vital Statistics and Hospital Discharge Data  E: Indiana Injury Prevention Reports & Information
 C: Resources to Find Evidence-Based Programs  

 

 
Preventing Injuries in Indiana: Injury Prevention Resource Guide App

The Preventing Injuries in Indiana: Injury Prevention Resource Guide* is available for Android and IOS (Apple) systems.  The app features buttons for 10 common sources of injury, such as distracted driving, sexual assault, prescription overdoses and falls among older adults. Each category includes a description of the scope of the problem in Indiana and the United States, discusses how the problem is being addressed and includes links to resources.

 

Users can search for specific items and download pdf versions of material included in the app, or they can share data from the app through email and social media. The app includes an email address for the health department’s Division of Trauma and Injury Prevention, which will be updating and expanding the app in the coming months.

Apple store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/preventing-injuries-in-indiana/id1037435460?mt=8

Android store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=doh.in.gov.indianaprevention&hl=en

Traumatic Injury Reports By District
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 District 6  District 7  District 8  District 9   District 10
 

 

Injury in Indiana

2014 Injuries in Indiana Report - A Report on Injury-Related Fatalities, Hospitalizations, and Emergency Department Visits for the years of 2007 through 2010

2009 Injuries in Indiana Report - A Report on Injury-Related Fatalities and Injuries Resulting in Hospitalization for the years of 2003 through 2006

2005 Injuries in Indiana Report - A Report on Injury-Related Fatalities and Injuries Resulting in Hospitalization for the years of 1999 through 2002

Special Emphasis Reports

Child Injury:

Traumatic Brain Injury:

Injury and Violence Fact Sheet:

Drug Overdose Deaths:

Older Adult Falls:

Suicide

2017 Suicide in Indiana Report

Data Report on Youth & Young Adult Self-inflicted Injury & Suicide 2013

2006-2011 Indiana Suicide Report

2012 Indiana State Suicide Prevention Plan

2001-2005 Indiana Suicide Report

1999-2001 Indiana Suicide Report

Fireworks-Related Injury

 

 2016 Fireworks Injury Report  2012 Fireworks Injury Report  2008 Fireworks Injury Report
 2015 Fireworks Injury Report  2011 Fireworks Injury Report  2007 Fireworks Injury Report
 2014 Fireworks Injury Report  2010 Fireworks Injury Report  2006 Fireworks Injury Report
 2013 Fireworks Injury Report  2009 Fireworks Injury Report  2003-2004 Fireworks Injury Report
Motor Vehicle Collision

Adolescent Motor Vehicle Crashes 2007

Motor Vehicle Crashes 2003-2005

Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury

Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Deaths - MPH Student Report

Data Report on Traumatic Brain Injury 2007

Data Report on Spinal Cord Injury 2007

Burn

Burn Fact Sheet 2009

Presentations:

Indiana Emergency Response Conference, 2014: Falls

Indiana Emergency Response Conference, 2014: Distracted Driving

2014 Public Health Week Conference: Motor Vehicle Collisions

Indiana Rural Health Association, 2009

Indiana ENA Symposium, 2009

 

Contact Information:

Jessica Schultz
Injury Prevention Epidemiologist Consultant, Trauma and Injury Prevention Division
jschultz@isdh.in.gov
317-617-4155

 

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