Author
Abstract
Insurance claims data were combined with telephone survey and on-site crash investigation data to create the first large scale, child-focused motor vehicle crash surveillance system in the US. Novel data management and transfer techniques were used to create a nearly real-time data collection system. In the first year of this on-going project, known as Partners for Child Passenger Safety, over 1200 children < or = 15 years of age per week were identified in crashes reported to State Farm Insurance Co. from 15 states and Washington, D.C. Partners for Child Passenger Safety is similar in its design and overall objectives to National Automotive Sampling System (NASS), the only other population-based crash surveillance system currently operating in the US.
Year of Publication
2001
Journal
Accid Anal Prev
Volume
33
Issue
3
Number of Pages
407-12
Date Published
2001 May
ISSN Number
0001-4575
Alternate Journal
Accid Anal Prev
PMID
11235802