2036.0 ICEHS Latebreaker Posters

Sunday, November 8, 2009: 2:30 PM
This poster session is intended for those interested in learning about a wide array of injury issues. Specifically, abstracts highlight the epidemiology of various unintentional and intentional injuries, injury-related fatalities and morbidity, treatment, and the importance of communities in injury prevention.
Session Objectives: 1. Explain the epidemiology of injuries for at least two injury issues. 2. Describe how vulnerable populations (children, women, racial and ethnic minorities, etc.) are disproportionately impacted by certain injuries.

Board 2
Impact of Hours-of-Service regulations on truck drivers' work and sleep time
Guang X. Chen, MD, Harlan Amandus and Carensa Cezar
Board 4
Comparing Youth Motorcycle-Related Traumatic Brain Injury in States with Different Helmet Laws; US, 2005-2007
Yll Agimi, MPH, Harold B. Weiss, PhD, Claudia Steiner, MD, MPH and David Houston, PhD
Board 5
Banning game-time drinking: An analysis of pre-hospital emergencies at a large NCAA division 1 football stadium
Patrick T. Gomella, MPH, NREMT-P, James J. Diamond, PhD and Kathryn M. Kash, PhD
Board 6
Hot tub, whirlpool and spa-related injuries in the United States: 1990-2007
Maya Alhajj, BA, Nicolas Nelson, MPH and Lara B. McKenzie, PhD, MA
Board 7
Evaluation of a national safety belt campaign
Andrea Thomas, MS, Larry Cook, PhD, MStat and Lenora Olson, MA, PhD
Board 9
Pediatric Poisonings Control - Results and Recommendations From An Emergency Department Injury Registry
Florin Oprescu, MPH, Corinne Peek-Asa, PhD, MPH, Anne Wallis, PhD, Tracy Young, MS, Daniel Nour, MD, Razvan M. Chereches, MD PhD and Alexandra Brinzaniuc
Board 10
Using a Logic Model to Enhance Community Coalition Activities to Address Safety for Children as Pedestrians in an Urban Setting
Marian R. Passannante, PhD, Sharon Clancy, MPH, Gayle Griffin, PhD, Jack Nata, Robert Lavery, MA and David Livingston, MD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Injury Control and Emergency Health Services