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CIREN XML Case Viewer (2004-2007)

CIREN Electronic Cases


The CIREN database consists of multiple discrete fields of data concerning severe motor vehicle crashes, including crash reconstruction and medical injury profiles. Personal and location identifiers and highly sensitive medical information have been removed from the public files to protect patient confidentiality. CIREN cases, extending back to 1996, for which coding and quality control have been completed, are available for public viewing. Additional cases are released to the public as they become available.

CIREN Report of Consequences and Costs of Lower-Extremity Injuries, DOT HS 809 871
By Patricia C. Dischinger, Ph.D.; Kathleen M. Read, M.S.W.; Joseph A. Kufera, M.A.; Timothy J. Kerns, M.S.; Shiu M. Ho, M.S.; Cynthia A. Burch, M.S.; Nafeesa Jawed; and Andrew R. Burgess, M.D. - June 2005

The NHTSA CIREN Program Report 2002, DOT HS 809 564
These two reports provide descriptions of the NHTSA/CIREN Network, each of the CIREN centers, the research teams, and their work. These two reports summarize the contributions to auto safety produced by CIREN center researchers.
The NHTSA CIREN Program Report 2001, DOT HS 809 377

Bibliography of Publications and Presentations of CIREN Centers

The CIREN Centers are:

U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
1-800-424-9153 (TTY)