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Peer-reviewed Articles

Use the links below to read the article abstract. Links will open in a new window. To get a copy of the entire article, contact the Injury Prevention Service at (405) 271-3430 or e-mail Nancy Green.

A comparison of two surveillance systems for deaths related to violent injury. Injury Prevention 2005;11:58-63.

A prospective study of long-term health outcomes among Oklahoma City bombing survivors. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 1999;92(4):178-186.

Alcohol involvement in burn, submersion, spinal cord, and brain injuries. Medical Science Monitor 2004;10(1):CR17-24.

All-terrain vehicle crash factors and associated injuries in patients presenting to a regional trauma center. Journal of Trauma 2007 Nov;63(5):994-9.

All terrain vehicle-related central nervous system injuries in Oklahoma. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association May 2005;98(5):194-199

The Association of Pseudoephedrine Sales Restrictions on Emergency Department Urine Drug Screen Results in OklahomaJournal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, Nov 2007;100(11):436-439

Blood alcohol content (BAC)-negative victims on alcohol-involved injury incidents. Addiction, 2002;97(7):909-914.

Bridging the gap between research and practice: a continuing challenge. Injury Prevention 2006;12:357-359.

Comparing reactions to two severe tornadoes in one Oklahoma community. Disasters 2005;29(3):277-287, Overseas Development Institute, 2005.

Comparison of community-based smoke detector distribution methods in an urban community. Injury Prevention 1998;4:28-32.

Cost effectiveness analysis of a Smoke Alarm Giveaway Program in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Injury Prevention 2001;7(4):276-281.

Design And Implementation Of Injury Prevention Curricula For Elementary Schools: Lessons Learned. Injury Prevention 2003;9:274-278.

Electricity-related deaths on lakes - Oklahoma, 1989-1993. MMWR 1996;45(21):440-442.

EMS response to the Oklahoma City bombing. Pre-Hospital and Disaster Medicine 1997;12(2):9-14.

Epidemiology of homicide-suicide events – Oklahoma, 1994-2001. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology September 2005;26(3):229-235.

Epidemiology of severe traumatic brain injury among persons 65 years of age and older in Oklahoma, 1992-2003. Brain Injury June 2007;21(7):691-9.

Epidemiology of traumatic spinal cord injury and acute hospitalization and rehabilitation charges for spinal cord injuries in Oklahoma, 1988-1990. American Journal of Epidemiology 1994;139:37-47.

Estimating the proportion of homes with functioning smoke alarms: A comparison of telephone survey and household survey results. American Journal of Public Health 1999;89:1112-1114.

Evaluating Injury Prevention Programs: The Oklahoma City Smoke Alarm Project. The Future of Children 2000;10(1):164-174.

Evaluation of death certificate-based surveillance for traumatic brain injury – Oklahoma 2002. Public Health Reports 2006;121(3):282-89.

Evaluation of three smoke detector promotion programs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1998;15(3):165-171.

Factors Associated with Injury Severity in Oklahoma City Bombing Survivors. Journal of Trauma 2009;66:508-515.

Fatal and non-fatal injuries among U.S. Air Force personnel resulting from the terrorist bombing of the Khobar Towers. Journal of Trauma 2004;57(2):208-215.

Fatal fires associated with smoking during long-term oxygen therapy – Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Oklahoma, 2000-2007. MMWR 2008;57(31):852-854.

Firearm-related mortality in Oklahoma, 1985-1989. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 1993;86:181-185.

Funnel Vision: Practice and Preparation Save 1,200 GM Employees From a Tornado. Safety+Health 168(3):44-50 (September 2003). (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Get off the bus: sound strategy for injury prevention during a tornado? Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 2005;20(3).

Glass-Related Injuries in Oklahoma City Bombing. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities 1999;13(2):50-56.

Heat-related Deaths - Four States, July-August 2001, and United States, 1979-1999. MMWR July 5, 2002;51(26):567-570.

Horseback-riding-associated traumatic brain injuries - Oklahoma, 1992-1994. MMWR 1996;45(10):209-211.

Horseback Riding-Related Drownings, Oklahoma 1988-1994. American Medical Equestrian Association Quarterly 1996;Vol VI, No 3. 

Hospitalized and Fatal All-Terrain Vehicle-related Injuries in Oklahoma, 2007. American Indian Horizons, Summer 2010. (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Hunting-related spinal cord injuries among Oklahoma residents. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 1994;87:6-9.

Increase in unintentional medication overdose deaths: Oklahoma, 1994-2006. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2010 Oct;39(4):357-63

Injuries among Hispanics in the United States: Implications for Research. Journal of Transcultural Nursing 2003;14(3):217-226.

Injuries to rescue workers following the Oklahoma City bombing. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 1997;31:727-732.

Injury perceptions of bombing survivors: interviews from the Oklahoma City bombing. Prehosp Disaster Med 2009:23(6):500-506.

Injury surveillance. Epidemiologic Review 2003;25:24-52.

Intimate Partner Violence Injury – Oklahoma, 2002. MMWR 2005;54(41):1041-1045.

Magnitude of Major Trauma in Oklahoma. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2004(2);97:70-74.

Mechanisms of head injury in bull riders with and without the Bull Tough helmet – A case series. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2005;98(12).

Non-fire carbon monoxide-related deaths, Oklahoma 1994-2003. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2007;100(10):376-9. 

Occupational Highway Transportation Deaths -- United States, 2003-2008. MMWR 2011;60(16):497-502.

Ocular injuries sustained by survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing. Ophthalmology 2000;107(5):837-843.

Oklahoma firearm-related injury surveillance. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1998;15(3S):83-91.

Physical injuries and fatalities resulting from the Oklahoma City bombing. Journal of the American Medical Association 1996;276(5):382-387.

Planning + Practice = Preparedness: A Case Study in Injury Prevention. Work 2004;23(3):199-204.

Preventing fatalities in building bombings: What can we learn from the Oklahoma City Bombing? Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness July 2007(1);27-31.

Prevention of traffic deaths and injuries: The Role of Physicians. Journal of the Oklahoma Medical Association 2001;94(6):192-194. (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Psychiatric Disorders Among Survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing. Journal of the American Medical Association 1999; 282(8):755-762.

Risk for Tornado-related Death and Injury in Oklahoma, May 3, 1999. American Journal of Epidemiology 2005;161(12):1144-1150

Shaken baby syndrome-related traumatic brain injuries: statewide surveillance findings. Journal of Oklahoma State Medical Association 2005;97(11). (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Smoke alarms and prevention of house-fire—related deaths and injuries. Western Journal of Medicine 2000;173:92-93.

Spinal cord injuries due to falls from hunting tree stands in Oklahoma, 1988-1999. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2004;97(4):154-157.

Students' perceptions of bullying in Oklahoma public schools. Journal of School Violence 2009;8:3,216-232. 

Suicide among persons 65 years and older, Oklahoma, 2004. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2008;101(11):267-270. (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Surveillance and prevention of residential fire injuries. New England Journal of Medicine 1996;335:27-31.

Survey analysis to assess the effectiveness of the Bull Tough helmet in preventing head injuries in bull riders: a pilot study. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 2002;12:360-366.

Talking to Teens about Dating Abuse. American Indian Horizons, Summer 2010. (Call 405-271-3430 for reprints.)

Tornado-related deaths and injuries in Oklahoma due to the May 3, 1999 Tornadoes. Weather and Forecasting, 2002;17(3):343-353

Traumatic brain injury-related hospital discharges: results from a 14-state surveillance system, 1997. MMWR 2003;52(SS-4):1-20.

Traumatic brain injury — Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma and Utah, 1990-1993. MMWR 1997;46(1):8-11.

Unintentional motor vehicle-train collisions--Oklahoma, 1995-2003. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2009 Aug;102(8):263-6.

Winter storm-related injuries in Oklahoma, January 2007. Journal of Safety Research 2011;42(1):27-32.

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