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Selected injury information resource

National Injury Information Clearinghouse

Selected injury information resource

by National Injury Information Clearinghouse

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Published by Consumer Product Safety Commission, Natural Injury Information Clearinghouse in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Accident investigation

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    Paginationfolder (6 p.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14946743M

    Injury Data Sources Thomas Songer, PhD University of Pittsburgh The discussion in this lecture focuses on some of the key injury data systems that currently exist. These systems represent the data sources used in several injury research studies. If you are thinking of conducting an injury File Size: KB. TBI Workbooks for Survivors Self help books for survivors, adults and veterans These self help books for survivors of TBI have practical user friendly information on concussion and brain injury with exercises and activities for cognitive improvement, living independently and advancing recovery.

    COVID update: SIRA has introduced a number of changes to help medical, allied health practitioners and injured people during the COVID include: Telehealth services so that treatment consultations can occur via video or over the telephone; Find out more information about the changes to certification for workers compensation.; Updated our Fees Orders and Workers compensation. Search our hub for forms, publications, documents, guides, reports, research and contracts. You can also order some resources.

    Detailed information about Self-Injury (Self-Harm, Self-Abuse, Self-Mutilation) including why people self-injure, warning signs of self-harm, treatment for self-injury and information for parents. Welcome to the Self-Injury Center Homepage. Self-injury (SI) is known by many names, including self-harm, self-mutilation, and self-abuse. Books shelved as brain-injury: Left Neglected by Lisa Genova, My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey by Jill Bolte Taylor, Head Cases.


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