VDRS

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AcronymDefinition
VDRSViolent Death Reporting System
VDRSVehicle Defect Rectification Scheme (UK)
VDRSVirginia Department of Rehabilitative Services
VDRSVendor Documentation Requirement Schedule
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Surveillance for violent deaths--National Violent Death Reporting System, 17 states, 2013.
Data source: This retrospective study involved detailed scrutiny of 109 suicides deemed related to living in a nursing home or assisted-living facility as recorded in the Virginia Violent Death Reporting System.
Data source: Surveillance data on 35,332 completed suicides from the CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System.
org/news/ pregnancy-suicide-1130>; "Mental Health, substance use, and intimate partner problems among pregnant and postpartum suicide victims in the National Violent Death Reporting System," General Hospital Psychiatry, doi:10.
The Oklahoma Violent Death Reporting System (OKVDRS) is a collaborative effort between the Oklahoma State Department of Health, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Oklahoma Child Death Review Board.
population, yet they account for 19% of deaths by suicide, according to data from the 17 states using the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS).
1% of all completed suicides in 2003 occurred in individuals age 19 years or younger, according to the first wave of data from the new National Violent Death Reporting System.
Forty percent of people who completed suicides had been diagnosed with a current mental health problem at the time of their deaths, according to the first wave of data from the new National Violent Death Reporting System.
CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System is a surveillance tool that, since 2002, has compiled information on lives ended by violence across the U.
To inform suicide prevention efforts, CDC analyzed suicide by occupational group, by ascribing occupational codes to 12,312 suicides in 17 states in 2012 from the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) (2).
Tenders are invited for Collecting Violent Death Information Using the National Violent Death Reporting System
The researchers performed random coefficient logistic regression modeling and least squares means on data for 35,725 suicides in 16 states and 809 counties that occurred during 2005-2008 and were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Violent Death Reporting System.
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