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by Heather Ward,Ronan Lyons,Roselle Thoreau

Free eBook Under-reporting of Road Casualties: Phase 1 (Road Safety Research Report) download ISBN: 1904763693
Author: Heather Ward,Ronan Lyons,Roselle Thoreau
Publisher: Department For Transport (June 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 77
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medicine
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Heather Ward; Ronan Lyons; Roselle Thoreau (June 2006). UK Department for Transport. Cite journal requires journal (help). "Road casualties in Great Britain: Annual reports". Department for Transport. Retrieved 22 April 2010.

Road Casualties Great Britain (RCGB), formerly Road Accidents Great Britain (RAGB) is the official statistical publication of the UK Department for Transport (DfT) on traffic casualties, fatalities and related road safety data. It is a primary source for data on road casualties in the UK.

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by Heather Ward, Ronan Lyons, Roselle Thoreau. ISBN 9781904763697 (978-1-904763-69-7) Softcover, Department for Transport (DFT), 2006. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Ronan Lyons at LibraryThing.

Heather Ward, Ronan Lyons, Roselle Thoreau (June 2006). Encyclopedia Article. Road safety, Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, Bone fracture, Concussion, Friction burn.

Under-reporting of road casualties – phase .

Under-reporting of road casualties – phase 1. Article.

This report looks into the role medical care plays in the survivability of road accidents and, because the line between death and very serious injury is a fine one, it also considers the .

This report looks into the role medical care plays in the survivability of road accidents and, because the line between death and very serious injury is a fine one, it also considers the health data trends in severe casualties to see if they mirror the patterns of fatal casualties. Population data were also used to determine the effect of social factors for car occupant fatalities. Under-reporting of road casualties - phase 1.

WHO (2010), Data systems: a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland. WHO, (2013), Global Status Report on Road Safety 2013, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland. No reference sources found. Retrieved 2010-04-22. lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles.

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