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Unintentional Injury Prevention
The Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention in CDC's Injury Center monitors trends in unintentional injuries in the United States, conducts research to better understand risk factors, and evaluates interventions to prevent these injuries. Research and prevention programs focus on two categories of unintentional injury: motor vehicle-related injuries and home and recreation related injuries.
Podcasts—Unintentional Injury Prevention



Fact Sheets about Unintentional Injury Topics
Research Updates (Brief summaries of study findings):

Publications Available Online or for Order


Maps from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics
offers maps of health statistics.  Several maps displaying NCHS data related to unintentional injuries are available from the NCHS website.


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Content Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention
Page last modified: October 23, 2008