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    • State of the county health reports

    • Public health--Oklahoma.
    • Individual county reports bear series title State of the county's health report; The following reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma.; Topics covered are demographics, leading causes of death, nutrition &...
    • Sleep related infant deaths : Tulsa County 2004-2009.

    • Sudden infant death syndrome--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.; Infants--Sleep--Mortality--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.
    • The goal of the Tulsa Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Project (TFIMR) is to work with the community to reduce infant mortality rates through targeted systems changes and improvements. Working with others in the community, specifically those who...
    • Oklahoma strategy for suicide prevention

    • Suicide--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Suicide--Oklahoma--Prevention--Planning.
    • The Oklahoma Suicide Prevention Council recognizes suicide as a public health problem and proposes strategies based on public health methods as recommended by the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. The public health approach is widely...
    • Oklahoma state strategy for the Justice Assistance Grant.

    • Drug abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Narcotics, Control of--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse and crime--Oklahoma.; Narcotics and crime--Oklahoma.; Crime prevention--Oklahoma.; Law enforcement--Oklahoma.
    • "Since 1986, the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council (DAC) has served as the state administering agency for the JAG Program, formerly known as the Edward Byrne Memorial Formula Grant. The Justice Assistance Grant Board provides oversight for the...
    • Oklahoma's healthy homes for healthy families.

    • Housing and health.
    • "The Healthy Homes Initiative is a comprehensive approach to address a broad range of housing deficiencies and hazards in coordinated fashion rather than taking a categoric approach to health and safety hazards in the home even in the presence of...
    • Oklahoma epidemiological profile.

    • Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW) is a multidisciplinary workgroupwhose members are connected to key decision‐making and resource allocation bodies in the state. Oklahoma’s SEOW is charged with improving prevention...
    • Unintentional injuries

    • Wounds and injuries--Prevention--Oklahoma.; Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Unintentional injuries related to home mainly include falls, poisoning, drowning, suffocation, fires and burns.
    • Occupational fatalities in Oklahoma, 1998-2006

    • Occupational mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In July 1997, the Commissioner of Health declared work-related fatalities a reportable condition for special study. The Injury Prevention Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Health began collecting data on work-related injury deaths in...
    • Preparing for a lifetime toolkit

    • Infants--Health and hygiene--Popular works.; Mothers--Health and hygiene--Popular works.; Infants--Death--Prevention--Popular works.
    • We all want Oklahoma’s babies to be safe and healthy. Many things can help and everyone can play a role.--webpage
    • Health and housing hazards matrix.

    • Housing and health.
    • Housing & Health Hazards and Sources, Health Effects, Data & Statistics, Related to Healthy Homes Principles? Related to Healthy People 2010 Objectives? Related to International Property maintenance Codes (IMPC)?
    • Issues & answers, summer 2013, v.20 no.2

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    • Preventing Dur gOverdoses in Oklahoma; Extended-release/Long-acting Opioids REMS; Investigational Drug Compounding; Medical Board Pioneers Use of QR Codes; Treating Addicted Colleagues; New Ban on Hydrocodone Refills Effective November 1st; Board...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement....
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2013

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    • Oklahoma SAC staff reported 34 qualifying deaths for 2013; seven deaths occurred in the first quarter, nine occurred in the second quarter, eight in the third quarter, and ten in the fourth quarter.
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2012

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement.;...
    • Oklahoma state plan on aging

    • Older people--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Aging Services Division (ASD) of the Oklahoma Departmentof Human Services (OKDHS) has long served as Oklahoma's lead agency in services for older Oklahomans. The Special Unit on Aging was created in 1963 and the Aging Services Division was...
    • Oklahoma preconception and pregnancy health focus groups summary report and recommendations

    • Infants--Oklahoma--Mortality--Prevention.; Maternal health services--Oklahoma--Planning.; Women--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Reproductive health--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Health attitudes--Oklahoma.
    • Infant health is an issue of particular concern in Oklahoma. The infant mortality rate, defined as the number of deaths to infants less than 1 year of age per 1,000 live births, is an important indicator of health in Oklahoma and the nation. It is...
    • State of the county's health report : Seminole County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Seminole County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Seminole County. ; Seminole County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • State of the county's health report : Muskogee County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Muskogee County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Muskogee County. ; Muskogee County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • Unintentional firearm deaths, Oklahoma, 2004-2010

    • Firearms accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • A young male child was playing with his sister and chasing her with a toy gun. The children’s game took them into the garage where the sister found a gun sitting on the shelf. Believing the gun to be a toy, she pointed the gun in the direction of...
    • Deaths among HIV/AIDS cases

    • HIV infection--Oklahoma--Statistics.; AIDS (Disease)--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • By the end of 2012, 43.3% (3,917) of the 9,044 HIV/AIDS cases diagnosed in Oklahoma since 1982 were known to have died. Of these deaths, 85.0% (3,331) were diagnosed with AIDS and 15.0% (586) were diagnosed with HIV.
    • Trends : data, statistics, and projections for the Sapulpa metropolitan area

    • Sapulpa (Okla)--Population.; Sapulpa (Okla.)--Economic conditions.; Creek County (Okla.)--Population.; Creek County (Okla.)--Economic conditions.
    • Sapulpa Trends is a compilation and analysis of the population and demographic characteristics of Sapulpa, placed in the setting of the Sapulpa incorporated area, Creek County, the Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Area, the State of Oklahoma and the...
    • Injury update, 03/23/2012

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    • In Oklahoma, firearm-related death was the third leading cause of injury death from 2004-2008. During the same time period, firearm deaths accounted for 55,651 (6%) years of potential life lost before the age of 65.
    • Executive budget historical document, 2012/13

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    • Governor Mary Fallin’s FY-2013 budget consists of the following two documents.; This document is the larger of the two and includes detailed historical financial information about each agency of state government. The information is arranged by...
    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma. Children First--Periodicals.;Child health services--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Poor children--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Maternal and infant welfare--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
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    • Numbers now... : criminal justice in Oklahoma.

    • Crime and criminals--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.; Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation. Office of Criminal Justice Statistics--Periodicals.
    • "The Office of Criminal Justice Statistics is housed in the Information Services Division at the Oklahoma State bureau of Investigation. The mission of the unit is to collect, analyze, and report accurate and timely criminal justice-related...
    • Oklahoma minority health at a glance, 2014

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    • OVERALL HEALTH: In 2013, the United Health Foundation2 ranked Oklahoma’s Overall Health as 44th in the United States in their annual America’s Health Rankings report (Hawaii was the healthiest state and Mississippi was the least healthy state)....
    • Unintentional poisonings

    • Poisoning--Prevention.
    • Unintentional poisoning is the second leading cause of injury death in the United States, following only motor vehicle crashes. A poison is any substance that is harmful if enough is taken, including legally prescribed medications. The majority of...
    • Indoor air quality

    • Indoor air pollution.
    • According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), poor indoor air quality is the 4th leading environmental threat nationwide.
    • Oklahoma uniform application : Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant.

    • Federal aid to alcoholism programs--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Federal aid to drug abuse treatment programs--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention--Periodicals.;Substance abuse--Treatment--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The SAPT Block Grant application format provides the means for States to comply with the reporting provisions of the Public Health Service Act (42 USC 300x-21-64), as implemented by the Interim Final Rule and the Tobacco Regulation for the SAPT...
    • Protecting Oklahoma's children : who is responsible?

    • Abused children--Services for--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • The legislation creating the Child Abuse Study Commission mandated that we examine all laws, policies, and procedures relevant to child abuse and neglect. Protecting Oklahoma's Children: Who is Responsible? is the result of six months' work by...

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