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Indian Health Focus: Injuries 2002-2003 Edition
Indian Health Focus: Injuries 2002-2003 Edition, provides regional information on the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) based on data from the twelve Indian Health Service (IHS) regional administrative units called Area Offices.
This edition of “Indian Health Focus: Injuries” provides data about AI/AN people--narratives, tables and charts--useful for researching and evaluating injury prevention interventions. Research leads our efforts as we improve injury prevention protocols and the quality of our medical services.
Indian Health Focus: Injuries 2002-2003 Edition:
- Cover Page & Front Text
- Tables and Charts
- Glossary of ICD-10 Codes
Brochure [PDF - 667 KB]
- Highlights from the Indian Health Focus: Injuries 2002-2003 Edition
Please e-mail questions and comments to Kirk Greenway, Principal Statistician and Director, Division of Program Statistics, Office of Public Health Support.