Thoreau, RJ and Lyons, RA and Ward, H and Brunt, H and Macey, S and Bodgera, OG and Woodford, M (2008) Using multiple datasets to understand trends in serious road traffic casualties. Accident Analysis & Prevention , 40 (4) 1406 - 1410.
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Accurate information on the incidence of serious road traffic casualties is needed to plan and evaluate prevention strategies. Traditionally police reported collisions are the only data used. This study investigate the extent to which understanding of trends in serious road traffic injuries is aided by the use of multiple datasets. Health and police datasets covering all or part of Great Britain from 1996–2003 were analysed. There was a significantly decreasing trend in police reported serious casualties but not in the other datasets. Multiple data sources provide a more complete picture of road traffic casualty trends than any single dataset. Increasing availability of electronic health data with developments in anonymised data linkage should provide a better platform for monitoring trends in serious road traffic casualties.
|Title:||Using multiple datasets to understand trends in serious road traffic casualties|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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