Improving Identification of Drugged Driving Collisions and Injuries Using Multiple Data Sources

Grants and Contracts Details


With support from NHTSA's Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES) program and Section 405/408 traffic records improvement grants from the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety, KIPRC has linked CRASH records with several injury databases. The goal of our proposal is to improve the completeness of drugged driving data on Kentucky's CODES files. We will do this by consolidating information on drug involvement captured in injury surveillance data bases that have been linked with CRASH, includng FARS, hospital inpatient claims records, emergency department claims records, and trauma registry record
Effective start/end date10/1/169/30/17


  • KY Office of Highway Safety: $21,986.00


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