Please note that the pages on this website do not reflect the methods that were used to generate the final set of results for the GBD-2010 study, which was published in December 2012. -- If you are interested in the methods or results of GBD-2010 and subsequent revisions, please visit the official website of IHME's GBD project (http://www.healthdata.org/gbd).The materials described on the website are now obsolete but these webpages have been retained as an internet archive of the work of the group.
Welcome to the website of the Global Burden of Disease - 2010 Injury expert group!
This site is a repository of the products of the GBD-2010 Injury Expert Group. The final results of the GBD-2010 project were published in December 2012 and the GBD-2010 Injury Expert Group no longer exists.
Literature Reviews With the GBD project moving forward at a fast pace it is essential that the literature review process begin. These pages allow group members to lead and/or join literature reviews and provide resources for conducting them.
Discussion topics The theoretical work of this expert group is structured in discussion topics, which are typically lead by one or more core members of the expert group. When a new issue of relevance to the injuries component of the GBD project is identified by the group, it is referred to one of these discussion topics. If the subject is not adequately covered by any of these discussion topics, a new topic is added to the list.
The discussion topics usually evolve via email exchanges and are only periodically updated on this website. Please assume that the discussion listed here is at least a little out of date. If you are interested in a discussion topic, please contact its lead author to find out about current status.
It is expected that most of these discussion topics will become academic research publications. Thus, authorship of these discussions is expected to be based on contribution to the topic as is broadly accepted by the academic community. Furthermore the materials presented in these discussions are the intellectual property of the listed authors.