EUGLOREH project
THE STATUS OF HEALTH IN THE EUROPEAN UNION:
TOWARDS A HEALTHIER EUROPE

FULL REPORT

PART II - HEALTH CONDITIONS

7. ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES AND RELATED TIME TRENDS: PREVALENCE, INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY

7.7. References

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7.7. References

 

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Bauer R, Nossek G, Steiner M (2007): Freizeitunfallstatistik 2006. Vienna, Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit.

 

CARE - European Road Accident Database (2008): Road traffic accidents by age group and injury severity (seriously injured at 30 days and slightly injured). Total number, EU27 excl. EE, IT, FI. 3 year average of 2003-2005. [https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/care_bo/ accessed (access restricted) on 15 April 2008].

 

Council of the European Union (2007): Council Recommendation of May 31 on the prevention of injury and the promotion of safety. Official Journal of the European Union 2007/C164/1 of July 18, 2007 (CELEX-Nr. 32007H0718).

 

European Commission (2006): Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on actions for a safer Europe. COM/2006/0328 of June 23, 2006 (CELEX-Nr. 52006DC0328).

 

European Network for Safety among Elderly (EUNESE) (2006a): Priorities for elderly safety in Europe. Agenda for action. Athens, Center for Research and Prevention of Injuries (CERPRI), Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Medical School, Athens University.

 

European Network for Safety among Elderly (EUNESE) (2006b): Five-year strategic plan for the prevention of unintentional injuries among EU senior citizens. Athens, Center for Research and Prevention of Injuries (CERPRI), Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Medical School, Athens University.

 

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EuroSafe (2008): Injuries in the European Union (EU). Fact sheet. Amsterdam, EuroSafe.

 

EuroStat (2008): New Cronos database - Causes of death by region, Standardised Death Rate (per 100 000 inhabitants), Suicide and intentional self-harm (X60-X84). EU27, 3 year average of the latest available years [http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/ accessed on 4 April 2008].

 

EuroStat (2008): New Cronos database - Causes of death by region, Standardised Death Rate (per 100 000 inhabitants), Homicide, assault (X85-Y09). EU27, year average of the latest available years [http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/ accessed on 4 April 2008].

 

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