Coordination of the collection of information and data and improvement of the quality and representativeness of the data
Aims and objectives
The project comprised three main components with the following aims:
Part I: Comparability and representativity of HLA injury data
- An assessment of the comparability of home and leisure injury incidence rates of Member States that can provide population based data, including an appraisal of the representativeness of the nationally collected data
- An attempt to develop a European Injury Model for the calculation of injury incidence in the entire EU.
Part II: Coding manual for home and leisure accidents
- Finalisation of the Home and leisure accident coding manual entitled Draft Version July 1996 (by making relevant corrections) to be published as Version 2000 (V2000).
- To develop software (based on the final coding manual) that facilitates encoding, data entry, and transfer of data in a standard format for inclusion in the European Home and Leisure Injury Database (EHLID).
Part III: Research database on home and leisure accidents
- To establish a research database with information on research projects, including ongoing research, based on EHLASS/EHLID data.
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