Publications

Bibliography of NIOSH supported publications reporting NEISS-Work occupational injury and illness data. The following is a list of publications since 2015.

  1. Marsh SM, Gwilliam M, Konda S, Tiesman HM, Fahy R [2018]. Nonfatal injuries to firefighters treated in U.S. emergency departments, 2003-2014. Am J Prev Med 55(3):353-360.
  2. Tiesman HM, Gwilliam M, Konda S, Rojek J, Marsh S [2018]. Nonfatal injuries to law enforcement officers: a rise in assaults. Am J Prev Med 54(4):503-509.
  3. Reichard AA, Marsh SM, Tonozzi TR, Konda S, Gormley MA [2017]. Occupational injuries and exposures among emergency medical services workers. Prehosp Emerg Care 21(4):420-431.
  4. Tonozzi TR, Marsh SM, Reichard AA, Bhandari R [2016]. Reported work-related injuries and illnesses among Hispanic workers: Results from an emergency department surveillance system follow-back survey. Am J Ind Med 59(8):621-629.
  5. Bhandari R, Marsh SM, Reichard AA, Tonozzi TR [2016]. Characterizing emergency department patients who reported work-related injuries and illnesses. Am J Ind Med 59(8):610-620.
  6. Marsh SM, Reichard AA, Bhandari R, Tonozzi TR [2016]. Using emergency department surveillance data to assess occupational injury and illness reporting by workers. Am J Ind Med 59(8):600-609.
  7. Reichard AA, Konda S, Jackson LL [2015]. Occupational burns treated in emergency departments. Am J Ind Med 58(3):290-298.
  8. Konda S, Reichard A, Tiesman H, Hendricks S [2015]. Non-fatal work-related traumatic brain injuries treated in US hospital emergency departments, 1998–2007. Inj Prev 21(2): 115-120.

Use the following tabs to view additional NEISS-Work publications grouped by publication years:

2010–2014

  1. CDC [2014]. By Socias CM, Chaumont Menendez CK, Collins JW, Simenov P. Occupational ladder fall injuries – United States, 2011. MMWR 63(16):341-346.
  2. Chen Z, Chakrabarty S, Levine RS, Aliyu MH, Ding T, Jackson LL [2013]. Work-related knee injuries treated in US emergency departments. J Occup Environ Med 55(9):1091-99.
  3. Konda S, Reichard AA, Tiesman HM [2012]. Occupational Injuries among U.S. correctional officers, 1999-2008. J Saf Res 43(3):181–186.
  4. Hartley D, Doman B, Hendricks SA, Jenkins EL [2012]. Non-fatal workplace violence injuries in the United States 2003-2004: A follow back study. Work 42(1):125-135.
  5. Reichard AA, Marsh SM, Moore PH [2011]. Fatal and nonfatal injuries among emergency medical technicians and paramedics. Prehosp Emerg Care 15(4):511-517.
  6. CDC [2010].By Estes CR, Jackson LL, Castillo DN. Occupational injuries and deaths among younger workers---United States, 1998-2007. MMWR 59(15):449-455.
  7. Shishlov KS, Schoenfisch AL, Myers DJ, Lipscomb HJ [2010]. Non-fatal construction industry fall-related injuries treated in US emergency departments, 1998-2005. Am J Ind Med 54(2):128-135.
  8. Lipscomb HJ, Schoenfisch AL, Shishlov KS [2010]. Non-fatal contact injuries among workers in the construction industry treated in U.S. emergency departments, 1998-2005. J Saf Res 41(3);191–195.
  9. Lipscomb HJ, Schoenfisch AL, Shishlov KS, Myers DJ [2010]. Nonfatal tool- or equipment-related injuries treated in US emergency departments among workers in the construction industry, 1998-2005. Am J Ind Med 53(6):581-587.
  10. Schoenfisch AL, Lipscomb HJ, Shishlov K, Myers DJ [2010]. Nonfatal construction industry-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments in the United States, 1998-2005. Am J Ind Med 53(6):570-580.
  11. Reichard AA, Jackson LL [2010]. Occupational injuries among emergency responders. Am J Ind Med 53(1):1–11.

2000–2009

  1. Chen G-X [2009]. Nonfatal work-related motor vehicle injuries treated in emergency departments in the United States, 1998–2002. Am J Ind Med 52(9):698-706.
  2. CDC [2007]. By Derk SJ, Marsh SM, Jackson LL. Nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses—United States, 2004. MMWR 56(16):393-397.
  3. CDC [2007]. By Lipscomb HJ, Jackson LL. Nail-gun injuries treated in emergency departments—United States, 2001—2005. MMWR 56(14):329-332.
  4. Chen G-X, Jenkins EL [2007]. Potential work-related exposures to bloodborne pathogens by industry and occupation in the United States Part II: A telephone interview study. Am J Ind Med 50(4):285–292.
  5. Chen G-X, Jenkins EL [2007]. Potential work-related bloodborne pathogen exposures by industry and occupation in the United States Part I: An emergency department-based surveillance study. Am J Ind Med 50(3):183–190.
  6. CDC [2006]. By Marsh SM, Derk SJ, Jackson LL. Nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses among workers treated in hospital emergency departments--United States, 2003. MMWR 55(16):449-52.
  7. Layne LA, Pollack KM [2004]. Nonfatal occupational injuries from slips, trips, and falls among older workers treated in hospital emergency departments, United States 1998. Am J Ind Med 46(1):32-41.
  8. Mardis AL, Pratt SG [2003]. Nonfatal injuries to young workers in the retail trades and services industries in 1998. J Occ Environ Med 45(3):316-323.
  9. Jackson, LL [2001]. Non-fatal occupational injuries and illnesses treated in hospital emergency departments in the United States. Inj Prev Suppl 1:i21-26.
  10. CDC [2001]. Nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses treated in hospital emergency departments--United States, 1998. MMWR 50(16)/313-7.
  11. Chen GX, Hendricks KJ [2001]. Nonfatal occupational injuries among African-American women by industrial group. J Saf Res 32(10):75-84.
  12. Henneberger PK, Metayer C, Layne LA, Althouse R [2000]. Nonfatal work-related inhalations: surveillance data from hospital emergency departments, 1995-1996. Am J Ind Med 38(2):140-148.

1990–1999

  1. Hendricks KJ, Layne LA [1999]. Adolescent occupational injuries in fast food restaurants: an examination of the problem from a national perspective. J Occ Environ Med 41(12):1146-1153.
  2. Chen GX, Layne LA [1999]. Where African-American women work and the nonfatal work-related injuries they experienced in the U.S. in 1996, compared to women of other races. Am J Ind Med 36(S1):34-36.
  3. CDC [1998]. Youth agricultural work-related injuries treated in emergency departments--United States, October 1995-September 1997. MMWR 47(35)/733-737.
  4. CDC [1998]. Surveillance for nonfatal occupational injuries treated in hospital emergency departments--United States, 1996. MMWR 47(15)/302-306.
  5. Layne LA, Landen DD [1997]. A descriptive analysis of nonfatal occupational injuries to older workers, using a national probability sample of hospital emergency departments. J Occ Environ Med39(9):855-865.
  6. Castillo D, Rodriguez R [1997]. Follow-back study of oldest workers with emergency department-treated injuries. Am J Ind Med 31(5):609-618.
  7. Knight EB, Castillo DN, Layne LA [1995]. A detailed analysis of work-related injury among youth treated in emergency departments. Am J Ind Med 27(6);793-805.
  8. Layne LA, Castillo DN, Stout N, Cutlip P [1994]. Adolescent occupational injuries requiring hospital emergency department treatment: a nationally representative sample. Am J Publ Health 84(4):657-660.

1980–1989

  1. CDC [1983]. Occupational finger injuries–United States, 1982. MMWR 32(45):589-591.
  2. CDC [1983]. By Coleman PJ, Sanderson LM. Surveillance of occupational injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms–United States. MMWR 32(7):89-90.
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Division of Safety Research