Injury Epidemiology: Research and Control Strategies is a classic among injury prevention and control researchers and practitioners. Sixteen years ago, at the time of the ublication of its first edition, it was one of two or three comprehensive books on the issue of injuries as a public health problem and the scientific principles that should guide their control. I first learned of the book when I attended a 1993 summer course by Drs. Robertson and Krauss at the University of Michigan. With this book and his work, Dr. Robertson has inspired many of us around the world to work on injury prevention matters.
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