Activity Report 2001:
CDC's Unintentional Injury Prevention Program
Unintentional injuries are a leading cause of death for all Americans, regardless of age, race, gender, or economic status. The Division of Unintentional Injury and Prevention (DUIP), part of CDC’s Injury Center, has produced a report detailing their achievements to prevent such injuries and to minimize their consequences. The
Activity Report 2001: CDC’s Unintentional Injury Prevention Program highlights DUIP’s research and programmatic accomplishments in motor vehicle and home and recreation injury areas during 2000-2001. It also includes information about state and community initiatives, training programs, international activities, and a complete bibliography of publications authored by division staff.
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2004: CDC’s Unintentional Injury Prevention Program