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Some injury scaling issues in UK crash research

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posted on 31.01.2007, 11:08 by Andrew Morris, Murray Mackay, Elaine Wodzin, Jo Barnes
This study explores the relationships between the classification of traffic casualties by the police and by using the AIS. It examines a sample of accidents to car occupants that have been studied through the CCIS data collection system in the UK. The results show that the police categories of ‘Slight’ and ‘Serious’ have poor correspondence with AIS rankings of the same individuals. In particular the ‘Serious’ police category includes a third of casualties who have either AIS 1or no injuries at all. The implications of these results on estimates of national casualties and costs are discussed. Some data from the EU indicate major variations in definitions of casualties from country to country making national comparisons uncertain.

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MORRIS, A. ... et al, 2006. Some injury scaling issues in UK crash research. IN: Proceedings of of the 2003 International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impact, IRCOBI, Lisbon, Portugal 24-26 September, 2003, pp 283-291.

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This is a refereed conference paper.

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