BakS, Susan P. Baker Collection in the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


[Box 010] Aviation & Age (Age 60 Rule); Aspen Airport Safety; Back Injury; & NMFS-IIHS (Drinking & Driving) Files . — circa 1981-2002. — 1 box
Creator: Baker, Susan
Aviation and Age files pertain mostly to the "Age 60 Rule," a federal aviation regulation that prohibits air carriers from hiring pilots that are 60 years old or older. Materials include annotated bibliography, correspondence, including to senators in support of a bill extending the age limit for pilots; copes of court case & congressional documents; journal articles (not authored by Baker); position papers (not authored by Baker); power point slide printouts (presentations by other speakers), study reports (not authored by Baker), including the FAA’s “The Age 60 Study,”; technical reports (not authored by Baker); and web content printouts. Files include materials from, among other sources The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). Files include a paper draft co-authored by Baker, “Commentary: The Age 60 Rule as Protection Against Pilot Medical Incapacitation: Is it Still Valid?” Dates: 1981; circa 1988-2006, inclusive
Aspen Airport Safety files pertain to Aspen Airport safety, principally regarding opening the Aspen airport to nighttime flights. Materials include copies of charts pertaining to airport accident rates, copies of the code of federal regulations, copies of journal and newspaper articles, FAA circulars, correspondence, notes, study proposals, Aspen airport safety reports, Aviation safety studies (not authored by Baker), and Web content printouts. Documents include a study proposal by Baker, “To Develop a System for Monitoring the Effect of Changes in Access to Aspen Airport,” 1994. Dates: circa 1989-1994; 2001
Back Injury files contain materials pertaining to the Low Back Injury Study conducted by a team, including Baker, from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health Injury Prevention Center. Documents include a research proposal; data (charts, graphs, and tables); peer review paper feedback; completed survey forms; blank questionnaires; correspondence; notes; meeting materials; and back injury rates. Dates: circa 1987-1991, inclusive
NMFS (National Mortality Followback Survey)-IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) files: The NMFS was begun by the National Center for Health Statistics and contains surveys for supplementing information from death certificates with information about characteristics of the decedents. Materials include descriptions of the NMFS products; charts, graphs, and tables; literature from websites and journal articles (not authored by Baker); correspondence; notes; and a proposal by Baker pertaining to a research study, “Evidence of Problem Drinking in Fatally Injured Drivers: An Analysis of Drivers in the 1993 National Mortality Followback Survey.” Many materials pertain to drinking and drinking and driving. Dates: circa 1988-2002, inclusive

[Folder 010/001 - 010/008] Age 60 Rule and Studies. — 1981;circa 1988-2006. — 8 folders
Creator: Baker, Susan
Files pertain mostly to the "Age 60 Rule," a federal aviation regulation that prohibits air carriers from hiring pilots that are 60 years old or older. Materials include annotated bibliography, correspondence, including to senators in support of a bill extending the age limit for pilots; copes of court case & congressional documents; journal articles (not authored by Baker); position papers (not authored by Baker); power point slide printouts (presentations by other speakers), study reports (not authored by Baker), including the FAA’s “The Age 60 Study,”; technical reports (not authored by Baker); and web content printouts. Files include materials from, among other sources The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). Files include a paper draft co-authored by Baker, “Commentary: The Age 60 Rule as Protection Against Pilot Medical Incapacitation: Is it Still Valid?”

[Folder 010/009] Aviation -- Age. — 1981;circa 1988-2006. — 1 folder
Creator: Baker, Susan

[Folder 010/010 - 010/013] Aspen Airport Safety. — circa 1989-1994; 2001. — 4 folders
Creator: Baker, Susan
Materials pertain to Aspen Airport safety including regarding opening the Aspen airport to nighttime flights. Materials include copies of charts pertaining to airport accident rates, copies of the code of federal regulations, copies of journal and newspaper articles, FAA circulars, correspondence, notes, study proposals, Aspen airport safety reports, Aviation safety studies (not authored by Baker), and Web content printouts. Documents include a study proposal by Baker, “To Develop a System for Monitoring the Effect of Changes in Access to Aspen Airport,” 1994.

[Folder 010/014 - 010/016] Back Injury. — circa 1987-1991. — 3 folders
Creator: Baker, Susan
Includes materials pertaining to the Low Back Injury Study conducted by a team including Baker from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health Injury Prevention Center. Documents include a research proposal, data (charts, graphs, and tables); peer review paper feedback; completed survey forms; blank questionnaires, correspondence, notes, meeting materials, and back injury rates.

[Folder 010/017 - 010/021] NMFS-IIHS & Drinking & Driving. — circa 1988-2002. — 5 folders
Creator: Baker, Susan
The NMFS was begun by the National Center for Health Statistics and contains surveys for supplementing information from death certificates with information about characteristics of the decedents. Materials include descriptions of the NMFS products; charts, graphs, and tables; literature from websites and journal articles (not authored by Baker); correspondence; notes; and a proposal by Baker pertaining to a research study, “Evidence of Problem Drinking in Fatally Injured Drivers: An Analysis of Drivers in the 1993 National Mortality Followback Survey.” Many materials pertain to drinking and drinking and driving.