Hussey, Jon M. (1997). The Effects of Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Household Structure on Injury Mortality in Children and Young Adults. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 1(4)
Objectives: Injuries are the leading killer of young persons in the United States, yet significant gaps in our understanding of this cause of death remain. By examining the independent influences of race, education, income, household structure, and residential location on injury mortality in young persons, this study addresses these gaps.
Maternal and Child Health Journal
Hussey, Jon M.