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Literature Review References

 

[1] AMEND. (2009). Technical Report on a Road Traffic Injury Study in Sub-Saharan Africa Country.

 

[2] Coggan, C., Hooper, R., & Adams, B. (2002). Self-reported injury rates in New Zealand. The New Zealand Medical Journal, Vol 115, No. 61.

 

[3] European Commission Eurostat. (2008). European Health Interview Survey (EHIS).

 

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[5] National Health Survey of Pakistan 1990-94. BMC Public Health, 7:152.

 

[6] Ghaffar, A., Hyder, A.A., & Masud, T.I. (2004). The burden of road traffic injuries in developing countries: the 1st national injury survey of Pakistan. Public Health, 118, 2-217.

 

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[8] Hang, H.M., Eckman, R., Bach, T.T., Byass, P., & Svanstrom, L. (2003). Community-based assessment of unintentional injuries: a pilot study in rural Vietnam. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 31, 38-44.

 

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[11] Kobusingye, O., Guwatudde, D., & Lett, R. (2001). Injury patterns in rural and urban Uganda. Injury Prevention, 7, 46-50.

 

[12] Labinjo, M., Juillard, C., Kobusingye, O.C., & Hyder, A.A. (2009). The burden of road traffic injuries in Nigeria: results of a population-based survey. Injury Prevention, 15, 157-162.

 

[13] Ma, J., Guo, X., Xu, A., Zhang, J., & Jia, C. (2008). Epidemiological analysis of injury in Shandong Province, China. BMC Public Health, 8, 122.

 

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[18] Navaratne, K.V., Fonseka, P., Rajapakshe, L., Somatunga, L., Ameratunga, S., Ivers, R., & Dandona, R. (2009). Population-based estimates of injuries in Sri Lanka. Injury Prevention, 15, 170-175.

 

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Microdata References

 

[A] Australian Bureau of Statistics.  Australian National Health Survey.  2010.  http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4364.0/.

 

[B] Burkina Faso Institut National de la Statistique et de la Demographie. Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire.  2007.  http://www.insd.bf/nada/?page=catalog.

 

[C] Colombia Ministerio de la Proteccion Social.  Encuesta Nacional de Salud Publica.  2007. http://www.minproteccionsocial.gov.co/salud/Paginas/EncuestaNacionaldeSaludPublica.aspx.

 

[D] Ghana Statistical Service.  Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire.  2003.  www.statsghana.gov.gh.

 

[E] Ghana Statistical Service.  Living Standards Measurement Survey.  2003.  www.statsghana.gov.gh.

 

[F] Kobusingye, O., Guwatudde, D., & Lett, R. (2001). Injury patterns in rural and urban Uganda. Injury Prevention, 7, 46-50.

 

[G] Labinjo, M., Juillard, C., Kobusingye, O.C., & Hyder, A.A. (2009). The burden of road traffic injuries in Nigeria: results of a population-based survey. Injury Prevention, 15, 157-162.

 

[H] Measure DHS.  Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey.  2005.  http://www.measuredhs.com/aboutdhs/.

 

[I] Measure DHS.  Mozambique Demographic and Health Survey.  2003.  http://www.measuredhs.com/aboutdhs/.

 

[J] Measure DHS.  South Africa Demographic and Health Survey.  1998.  http://www.measuredhs.com/aboutdhs/.

 

[K] Mexico Instituto National de Salud Publica (INSP).  Encuesta Nacional de Salud y Nutricion.  2006.  http://www.insp.mx/encuesta-nacional-salud-y-nutricion-2006.html .

 

[L] Mock CN, Forjuoh SN, Rivara FP. Epidemiology of transport-related injuries in Ghana. Accid Anal Prev. 1999;31(4):359-70.

 

[M] Navaratne, K.V., Fonseka, P., Rajapakshe, L., Somatunga, L., Ameratunga, S., Ivers, R., & Dandona, R. (2009). Population-based estimates of injuries in Sri Lanka. Injury Prevention, 15, 170-175.

 

[N] Nigeria National Bureau of Statistics.  Living Standards Survey.  www.nigerianstat.gov.ng.

 

[O] Nigeria National Bureau of Statistics.  General Household Survey.  www.nigerianstat.gov.ng.

 

[P] Statistical Center of Iran. Iran Demographic and Health Survey Injury Module.  2000.  http://www.amar.org.ir/.

 

[Q] Sudan Central Bureau of Statistics.  Sudan Household Health Survey.  2010.  www.cbs.gov.sd.

 

[R] US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).  2008. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis.htm.

 

[S] Vietnam Multicentre Injury Survey (VMIS).  2001.  http://www.wpro.who.int/vietnam/sites/dhp/injury/.

 

[T] World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa.  Community Based Injury Survey (CBIS). 2006.   http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/road_traffic/countrywork/eth/en/index.html. 

 

[U] World Health Organization.  Global School Based Student Health Survey (GSHS).  2007.   http://www.who.int/chp/gshs/en/.

 

[V] World Health Organization.  World Health Survey WHO Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE).  2008.  http://www.who.int/healthinfo/systems/sage/en/index.html.

 

[W] World Health Organization.  World Health Survey.  2003.  http://www.who.int/healthinfo/survey/whsresults/en/index.html.

 

 

 

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