Program-methodological principles of improvement of the national system of statistical observation of traumatism

  • Iu. O. Lazebnyk V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
Keywords: statistical observation of traumatism, health protection, accidents, database of injuries, international statistical classifications

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to develop software-methodological and organizational principles for the formation of the system of statistical observation of traumatism in Ukraine. To achieve this goal, the cycle of actions for the statistical provision of prevention of injuries is considered. International approaches to collecting statistics on injuries are considered. The disadvantages of the existing way of providing information on accidents with a fatal outcome and group accidents connected with production are presented, which are presented on the site of the State Labour Committee of Ukraine.

The situation regarding injuries in the workplace as a result of accidents in Ukraine over the last four years has been analyzed. A comparative characteristic of the relevant statistical information provided by the International Labour Organization, the State Labour Organization of Ukraine and the Social Insurance Fund of Ukraine is conducted.

Particular attention is paid to the substantiation of the basic requirements for the unification of information concerning traumatized persons who have applied for help to medical establishments in order to form a national database. According to the proposed methodology for the formation of a national database on injury, it should be based on national and international statistical classifications and standards. It is determined that the basis of the formation of the national database of injuries should be taken elements of the European Injury Database (at the level of the minimum set of data). The main characteristics of the proposed international and national statistical classifications, such as: Classification of objects of the administrative-territorial organization of Ukraine (COATOU), International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED-2011), Classification of Professions (SC 003:2010), Classification of Types of Economic Activities (SC 009:2010), International Classification of External Causes of Injuries (ICECI).

It has been determined that one of the directions of further research should be to determine the possibilities of adapting to the national conditions a comprehensive set of indicators of health, in particular, concerning categories of injuries.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

1. Metodolohiia ta klasyfikatory. Ofitsiinyi sait Derzhavnoi sluzhby statystyky Ukrainy. [Methodology and classifiers. The official site of State Statistics Service of Ukraine.]. ukrstat.gov.ua. Retrieved from http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/ (Accessed April 27, 2018) [in Ukrainian].
2. Statystychni dani vyrobnychoho travmatyzmu za dobu. Ofitsiinyi veb-sait Derzhpratsi [Statistics of occupational injuries per day. The official website of State Labor Service of Ukraine.]. dsp.gov.ua. Retrieved from http://dsp.gov.ua/statystychni-dani-vyrobnychoho-travmatyzmu-za-dobu-2018/ (Accessed April 27, 2018) [in Ukrainian].
3. Bloemhoff, A., Hoyinck, S., Dekker, R., & Mulder, S. (2001). Data Dictionary for Minimum Data Sets on Injuries: Developed within the Injury Prevention Programme of the European Commission. Amsterdam: Consumer Safety Institute [in English].
4. Fatal injury surveillance in mortuaries and hospitals: a manual for practitioners. The official site of World Health Organization. who.int. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/publications/surveillance/fatal_injury_surveillance/en/ (Accessed April 27, 2018) [in English].
5. IDB-JAMIE Full Data Set (IDB-FDS) Data Dictionary. The official site of EuroSafe. eurosafe.eu.com. Retrieved from http://www.eurosafe.eu.com/uploads/inline-files/IDB%20JAMIE%20FDS%20Data%20Dictionary%20MAR14.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
6. IDB-Minimum Data Set (MDS) Data Dictionary. The official site of EuroSafe. eurosafe.eu.com. Retrieved from http://www.eurosafe.eu.com/uploads/inline-files/IDB_MDS_Data_Dictionary_JAN%202017.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
7. Injuries in the European Union 2012–2014. The official site of EuroSafe. eurosafe.eu.com. Retrieved from http://www.eurosafe.eu.com/key-actions/injury-data/reports (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
8. Injury database. The official site of EuroStat. ec.europa.eu. Retrieved from https://ec.europa.eu/health/indicators_data/idb_en (Accessed April 27, 2018) [in English].
9. International Classification of External Causes of Injury. The official site of World Health Organization. who.int. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/classifications/icd/adaptations/iceci/en/ (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
10. International Standard Classification of Education ISCED–2011. The official site of UNESCO Institute for Statistics. uis.unesco.org. Retrieved from http://uis.unesco.org/sites/default/files/documents/international-standard-classification-of-education-isced-2011-en.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
11. International Standard Classification of Occupations ISCO. The official site of International Labour Organization. ilo.org. Retrieved from http://www.ilo.org/public/english/bureau/stat/isco/isco08/index.htm (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
12. National Occupational Safety and Health Profile Ukraine. The official site of International Labour Organization. ilo.org. Retrieved from https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---europe/---ro-geneva/---sro-budapest/documents/meetingdocument/wcms_625415.pdf (Accessed April 27, 2018) [in English].
13. Rogmans, W. H. J. (2012). Joint action on monitoring injuries in Europe (JAMIE). Archives of Public Health. The official journal of the Belgian Public Health Association. Retrieved from http://www.archpublichealth.com/content/70/1/19 (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
14. World report on road traffic injury prevention. The official site of World Health Organization. who.int. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/ publications/road_traffic/world_report/summary_en_rev.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
15. World report on child injury prevention. The official site of World Health Organization.who.int. Retrieved from http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2008/ 9789241563574_eng.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
16. World report on disability. The official site of World Health Organization & World Bank. whqlibdoc.who.int. Retrieved from http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2011/ 9789240685215_eng.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
17. WHO-EURO Resolution Prevention of injuries in the WHO European Region. The official site of World Health Organization. euro.who.int. Retrieved from http://www.euro.who.int/ __data/assets/pdf_file/0017/88100/RC55_eres09.pdf (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].
18. WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data: Injury Surveillance Guidelines. The official site of World Health Organization. who.int. Retrieved from http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/42451/9241591331.pdf;jsessionid=1019F9A2D2BED585E38D334117162E3C?sequence=1 (Accessed April 25, 2018) [in English].

Abstract views: 28
PDF Downloads: 38
Published
2018-09-04
How to Cite
Lazebnyk, I. O. (2018). Program-methodological principles of improvement of the national system of statistical observation of traumatism. Statistics of Ukraine, 82(3), 49-58. https://doi.org/10.31767/su.3(82)2018.03.05