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Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments

Michael R. Rand

Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments

by Michael R. Rand

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, [U.S. G.P.O., distributor in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Victims of crimes -- Wounds and injuries -- United States -- Statistics.,
  • Ambulatory medical care -- Utilization -- United States -- Statistics.,
  • Emergency medical services -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael R. Rand with statistical support from Kevin Strom.
    SeriesBureau of Justice statistics special report, Special report (United States. Bureau of Justice Statistics)
    ContributionsStrom, Kevin., United States. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. ;
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18112388M

      A research report published in Applied Economics has found that the number of patients with violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms is related to the price of beer.. The paper is available online as a pdf and is from Cardiff University’s Violence and Society Research Group.. The researchers examined admissions to 58 hospital accident and emergency departments over a.   Coding Domestic Violence. Page Cover Story Coding Is Critical for Health Care’s Response to Domestic Violence. By Lisa James, MA, Bill Rudman, PhD and Peter Sawires, MA. Almost one-third of American women report being a victim of domestic violence at some point in their lives. 1 About one-third of all murdered women are killed by an intimate partner. 2.

    Violence-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments Presents findings from a study of violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments in Press Release (6K) | Full report (PDF 87K) | ASCII file (60K) | Codebooks and Datasets. Whereas more than one-third (37%) of women seeking treatment in hospital emergency rooms for violence-related injuries have injuries inflicted by spouses, ex-spouses, or non-marital partners (17); 76% of females who are raped and/or physically assaulted.

    During , U.S. hospital emergency departments (EDs) treated an estimated million people for injuries from confirmed or suspected interpersonal violence. The study found that 94% of the persons treated for intentional or possibly intentional injuries sustained those injuries in an assault. Similarly, the Bureau of Justice Statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice has reported that 37 percent of all women who sought care in hospital emergency rooms for violence-related injuries were injured by a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend (Michael R. Rand, "Violence-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency.


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Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments by Michael R. Rand Download PDF EPUB FB2

Treated in hospital emergency departments for violence-related injuries, Characteristic of emergency department patients injured by violence Number treated Percent Rate per 1, U.S. residents Total 1, % Sex Male% FemaleNot specified --Race White% BlackGenre/Form: Statistics Government publications Electronic government information: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rand, Michael R.

Violence-related injuries treated in. Michael R. Rand, Bureau of Justice Statistics Aug NCJ Presents findings from a study of violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments in conducted using the Consumer Product Safety Commission's National Electronic Injury.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments by Michael R. Rand,U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, [U.S.

G.P.O., distributor edition, in EnglishPages: National Estimates of Nonfatal Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments United States, On July 1,the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) was expanded to collect data on all types and external causes of nonfatal injuries and poisonings treated in U.S.

hospital emergency departments (EDs). Get this from a library. Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments.

[Michael R Rand; Kevin Strom; United States. Bureau of Justice Statistics.]. Rand M, Strom K. Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, (publication no.

NCJ). Cook PJ. The case of the missing victims: gunshot woundings in the National Crime Survey. Journal of Quantitative Criminology ; Michael R.

Rand, Violence-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, ). BUILDING A PROGRAM IN THREE STEPS W ith the support and backing of key executives, it can take an estimated two to three years for an organization to establish a fully integrated and operational domestic.

Knife-Related Injuries Treated in United States Emergency Departments, – Article in Journal of Emergency Medicine 45(3) July with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Gary A Smith.

Similarly, the Bureau of Justice Statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice has reported that 37 percent of all women who sought care in hospital emergency rooms for violence-related injuries Author: The Chronicle of Higher Education Staff.

Gawryszewski et al. • Violence-related injury in emergency departments in Brazil Original research Rev Panam Salud Publica/Pan Am J Public Health 24(6), A total of injuries were treated in the ED during the study period, of which (23%) were violence related, of which (%) injuries were coded in the IDB study.

Data collection process The data were collected by two emergency physicians during their working shifts, which covered 24 h a day for 15 days of each month and 12 h a day Cited by: 8.

Nearlyyoung people ages 10 to 24 are treated in emergency departments (EDs) each year for injuries sustained due to violence-related assaults (Centers for Disease Control [CDC], ).

From to, visits made to United States EDs were for battering by a partner or spouse (Davidov, Larrabee, & Davis, ). Injuries (unintentional and intentional) are the main cause of death and disability worldwide, including Jordan. The main purpose of this hospital-based retrospective study was to identify characteristics, causes, and risk factors of unintentional injuries and violence among all adult patients who approached the Accidents and Emergency department because of injury in Northern Jordan.

Injuries (unintentional and intentional) are the main cause of death and disability worldwide, including Jordan. The main purpose of this hospital-based retrospective study was to identify characteristics, causes, and risk factors of unintentional injuries and violence among all adult patients who approached the Accidents and Emergency department because of injury in Northern : Manal M.

Alzghoul, Mohammed K. Shakhatreh, Nihaya Al-sheyab. Objective —To characterize non-fatal firearm related injuries other than gunshot wounds (non-GSWs) treated in hospital emergency departments in the United States that occur during routine gun handling and recreational use as well as violence related use of a firearm.

Methods —Cases were identified through the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS).Cited by: Percentage of women treated in ER from injuries sustained by husband/boyfriend.

Source: “Violence Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments.” US Department of Justice, August. Inpersons aged 10–24 years who were treated for nonfatal assault injuries in emergency departments (EDs) in the United States accounted for 32% of the approximately million patients of all ages that EDs treated for nonfatal assault injuries ().CDC analyzed data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System–All Injury Program (NEISS-AIP) to examine – trends Cited by: 2.

On Monday, the Justice Department released the findings of a study, "Violence-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments," showing that about million violence-related injuries a year are treated in emergency rooms, far surpassing earlier government study also shows that about 37% of violence-related injuries to women are inflicted by spouses, ex-spouses, or.

This corresponds to at least seven times the number of violence-related injuries treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms daily. 14 Moreover, indomestic violence rates were estimated at Cited by:. Hospitals combat violence in the ER.

In New Jersey's busy emergency departments, hospital employees are regularly threatened, cursed, screamed at and insulted. "Some of it. Violence-related injuries represent a significant number of emergency department (ED) visits and of those, 25% of adolescents seen in the ED are treated for violence-related injuries.

15 ED visits for attempted suicide and violence represent the most numerous visits among youth.• 37% of women treated in emergency rooms for violent injuries were hurt by a current or former partner.

[“Violence Related Injuries Treated in Hospitals.” US Dept. of Justice, August ] • 44 – Percentage of women murdered by an intimate partner who vistied an emergency room in .