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Mortality after Motor Vehicle Accidents; A Forensic and Pathological Analysis from a Regional Collaboration
EP22956
Poster Title: Mortality after Motor Vehicle Accidents; A Forensic and Pathological Analysis from a Regional Collaboration
Submitted on 06 May 2015
Author(s): Mr G Bessant, Mr N Misra, Mr J Hollingsworth
Affiliations: The Merseyside and Cheshire Major Trauma Network
This poster was presented at 16th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery
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Abstract: We have formed a collaborative approach to data collection between Merseyside major trauma collaboration, Merseyside police force, and the regional coroner's offices with the aim of identifying areas within the Haddon matrix for targeted local intervention.Summary: We have formed a collaborative approach to data collection between Merseyside major trauma collaboration, Merseyside police force, and the regional coroner's offices with the aim of identifying areas within the Haddon matrix for targeted local intervention.References: 1) Global status report on road safety 2013: supporting a decade of action. World Health Organisation, Switzerland. 2013.
2) Linking Police and Hospital data on Road Accidents in England: 1999 to 2009 results. Department for Transport, UK. February 2012.
3) Number of fatalities resulting from road accidents in Great Britain, by road user group: 2000 to 2013. Making roads safer. Department for
Transport, UK. September 2014.
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