Gender Analysis of Fatal and Hospitalized Farm Injuries in Canada, 1990-1996

Contents

Acknowledgments

Foreword & Executive Summary

Section 1: Introduction
1.1 Why is it important to Study and Monitor Gender Differences in Farm Injuries in Canada?
1.2 The Canadian Agricultural Injury Surveillance Program
1.3 Objectives of CAIR
1.4 Why is CAIR an Important Initiative?

Section 2: Methods

2.1 Confidentiality and CAIR Data
2.2 Overview of Datasets
2.3 Hospital Admissions: Trends and Patterns
2.4 Approach to Reporting
2.5 Definitions
2.6 Approach to Analysis
2.7 Data Quality/Limitations

Section 3: Magnitude of the Problem

Section 4: Gender Analysis of Fatal Farm Injuries

Section 5: Gender Analysis of Fatal Farm Machinery Injuries

Section 6: Gender Analysis of Fatal Non-Machinery Farm Injuries

Section 7: Gender Analysis of Hospitalized Farm Injuries

Section 8: Gender Analysis of Hospitalized Farm Machinery Injuries

Section 9: Gender Analysis of Hospitalized Non-Machinery Farm Injuries

Section 10: Gender Analysis of Hospitalized Farm Injuries by Age Group

Section 11: Highlights and Recommendations

Appendices

  • Appendix A: Denominator Data
  • Appendix B: Data Collection Form and Coding Guidelines
  • Appendix C: Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria