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Traumatic occupational injury research needs and priorities /

by Stout, Nancy; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (Cincinnati).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: DHHS publication: 134Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : NIOSH, 1998Description: III, 15 p. ; 28 cm.MeSH subject(s): Wounds and Injuries | Accidents, Occupational | Research | Needs Assessment | Health Priorities | Occupational Health | Accidents, Occupational -- prevention & control | Wounds and Injuries -- prevention & control | United States | MonographPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: The Traumatic Occupational Injury Team has compiled this report in an effort to describe the research needed to advance the knowledge, and thus the prevention, of traumatic occupational injuries. This document is not intended as definitive of detailed listing of all necessary research tasks in occupational injury research. Rather, the intent is to present a broad framework of the objectives and resarch needed to begin filling the gaps in knowledge and furthering progress toward safer workplaces and practices. Government agencies, academic institutes, public and private research organizations, labor organizations, professional societies and others might use this document as a basis for planning and prioritizing their own research, and as a basis for pursuing new partnerships and identifying topics for collaborative efforts
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The cover bears: NORA, National Occupational Research Agenda

Bibliography p. 15

vdist-/05.2013 The Traumatic Occupational Injury Team has compiled this report in an effort to describe the research needed to advance the knowledge, and thus the prevention, of traumatic occupational injuries. This document is not intended as definitive of detailed listing of all necessary research tasks in occupational injury research. Rather, the intent is to present a broad framework of the objectives and resarch needed to begin filling the gaps in knowledge and furthering progress toward safer workplaces and practices. Government agencies, academic institutes, public and private research organizations, labor organizations, professional societies and others might use this document as a basis for planning and prioritizing their own research, and as a basis for pursuing new partnerships and identifying topics for collaborative efforts