Using Data for Prevention and Planning
The Public Health Division examines sources of data that describe injury problems among Oregonians to identify prevention strategies, plan interventions and evaluate outcomes. We maintain an injury data information system and focus on the identification and prevention of morbidity and mortality due to injury among Oregonians.
State Plans and Reports
Publications of the Injury Prevention and Epidemiology Program of the State of Oregon Public Health Division includes state plans and annual data reports regarding: injury, falls, suicides and related reports.
About Injury Epidemiology
Data gathered and analyzed from injuries in Oregon is used to determine the magnitude of fatal and non-fatal injuries, monitor trends, identify priority areas, complete data requests, and guide program development and policy initiatives.
Oregon Violent Death Reporting System
The NVDRS in Oregon collects information from many data sources and compiles incident-based cases for all violent deaths in Oregon in order to generate public health information on violent deaths and to develop violence prevention strategies. View the data dashboard for the most current data.
Oregon Injury Fact Sheets
One-page fact sheets with basic definitions, data charts and tables for injury types in Oregon.
Overdose and Suicide Data Glossary
This is an overview of data sources that the Injury & Violence Prevention Program uses to describe overdose and suicide. If you need more information, please contact us at IVPP.General@dhsoha.state.or.us
. We will connect you with the person who can best answer your specific questions.