Session 96: RS72 -> The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System All-Injury Program (NEISS-AIP) and Its Utility for Violence Research
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Clark 1
Session Chair: Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Overview of the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System All Injury Program
by: Chester L. Pogostin, Centers for Disease Control/NCIPC (Corresponding)
Estimate of the Number of Nonfatal Injuries From Physical Assaults Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments, United States, 2000-01
by: Thomas R. Simon, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (Corresponding)
Joseph L. Annest, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Patricia Holmgreen, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Eben M. Ingram, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Reshma R. Mahendra, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
James A. Mercy, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Monica H. Swahn, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Measuring child Maltreatment Using the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System All Injury Program, United States, 2000-01
by: Courtney B. Pippen, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (Corresponding)
Gene A. Shelley, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Monica H. Swahn, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Eben M. Ingram, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Patricia Holmgreen, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Examination of Hospital Emergency Department Visits for Assaults Identified as Either Intimate Partner Violence or Sexual Assault, United States, 2000-01
by: Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (Corresponding)
Patricia Holmgreen, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Robin M. Ikeda, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Eben M. Ingram, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Reshma R. Mahendra, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Courtney B. Pippen, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

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