The Decrease in the Unintentional Injury Mortality Disparity Between American Indians/Alaska Natives and Non–American Indians/Alaska Natives in New Mexico, 1980 to 2009
Studies the change in accidental death rates of Native American and Alaska Native populations compared to non-native populations in New Mexico from 1980-2009. Includes statistics broken down by cause of injury, ethnicity, gender, age, and date.
Glenda Hubbard, Pallavi Pokhrel, Larry Nielsen, Michael Landen
American Journal of Public Health, 103(4), 747-754
American Indian or Alaska Native · Health disparities · Injuries · Mortality · Statistics and data · New Mexico