Box 057 contains files with titles beginning with the letters D-Ep. Subject files in this box are on the following topics: day care, daylight saving time; dirt bikes; disability; disasters; disparity; distraction (distracted drivers); dogs; drowning; drugs; earthquakes; event data recorder; ejection; elderly; elderly drivers; electricity; energy; engineering; entrapment; and epidemiology of injuries.
The ABC files cover every facet of Baker’s professional working life, including research; committee work within the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health; her teaching at Hopkins, as well as external projects to educate professionals about safety issues in their field; and her efforts toward developing the injury control program at Johns Hopkins. Materials document Baker’s extensive involvement, as a consultant, advisory panel member, and leader, with professional associations, federal agencies, and scientific organizations committed to injury prevention. They pertain to Baker’s presentations at conferences and workshops; her publications; and her receipt of honors and awards. Within each box, Baker has arranged these papers in alphabetical order by topic (organization name, professional activity, or research subject). These files, even within individual folders, include a mix of material types and cover a wide range of professional activities.
Materials pertain to Baker’s receipt of the Charles A. Dana Award Presented for Pioneering Achievement in Health and Higher Education, 1989. They include photographs of Baker, correspondence, biographical sketches highlighting Baker’s pioneering role and contributions to the field of injury prevention and the epidemiology of injury, as well as related materials.