Injury deaths rate per 100,000 population 65+
Number of deaths due to injuries of all intents and causes per 100,000 people aged 65 and over, three-year average
Notes: Number of deaths is the average of annual deaths during a 3-year period, reported under the year at the midpoint. The 3-year average is used to overcome the year-to-year fluctuation due to small numbers. Population is based on the mid-year resident population estimate of the reporting year published by U.S. Census Bureau.
Data calculated by Center on the Family using the following sources.
- University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Center on the Family. (2006, January). Special tabulation using U.S. population estimates published by U.S. Census Bureau in June 2005 (Dataset: NC-EST2004-alldata).
- University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Center on the Family. (2006, January). Special tabulation using Hawai'i State's county population estimates published by U.S. Census Bureau in August 2005 (Dataset: CC-EST2004-alldata-15).
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. (n.d.). Trends in health and aging, Injury mortality by selected mechanism, intent, state, age, sex, and race, 1981-2002 (INJS02a).
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