Box 062 contains files with titles beginning with the letters Mov-Pa. Subject files in this box pertain to the following topics: moving the Injury Control Program at JHU School of Public Health (SPH); multi-piece wheel; NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration]; Native Americans; needles & needlestick injuries; NEISS [National Electronic Injury Surveillance System]; New Zealand; Nigeria; noise; occupational injury; occupational safety centers; Occupational injury Epidemiology and Prevention program at JHU SPH; occupational health courses at JHU SPH; occupational injury prevention doctoral training at JHU SPH; older drivers; osmolality; pacifiers; accident and injury prevention in Pakistan; parachutes; paramedics; child passenger safety; passengers; passive restraints; and patents.
Files include materials pertaining the following organizations: National Institute of Aging (NIA); the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA); the National Institutes of Health (NIH); the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), regarding NIOSH support for the Occupational injury Epidemiology and Prevention program at JHU SPH, which includes detailed descriptions of the program; the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD); the National Pediatric Trauma Registry (Baker served as an advisory board member of the National Pediatric Data Resource Center); the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB); and Partners for Child Passenger Safety. There are correspondence and people files and news clippings on a variety of injury-related topics.
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.
[Folder 062/018] NIAAA [National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism] Training Grant. — undated. — 1 folder
[Folder 062/019] NICHD [National Institute of Child Health and Human Development]. — 1987. — 1 folder
[Folder 062/020] NICHD [National Institute of Child Health and Human Development] Conference. — 1971-1972; undated. — 1 folder
Includes materials pertaining to a conference in which Baker participated, “Research Directions Toward the Reduction of Injury in the Young and the Old,” 1972, and an edited draft of Baker’s presentation for the Proceedings.
Materials pertain to the JHU SPH ERC (Education Research Center) Occupational Injury Prevention training program, including a proposal to NIOSH for extending funding of the program and grant awards. Materials also include a research proposal by Baker and others titled, “Occupational Risks of New Technologies: A Case Series of Laser Eye Injuries in the U.S. Army and Air Force.”
[Folder 062/025] NIOSH [National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health] Agenda. — 1990; 2000. — 1 folder
Materials reference an Occupational Injury Panel, of which Baker was a member, and pertain to a National Agenda for Injury Control.
[Folder 062/026] NIOSH [National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health] Center. — circa 1991-1996; 2001. — 1 folder
Materials include a detailed description of the Occupational Injury Epidemiology and Prevention Program at JHU SPH, 1993; the program was renamed from its original name: the Occupational Injury Prevention Program.
[Folder 062/027] NIOSH [National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health] -- ERC [Educational Resource Center]. — 1996. — 1 folder
Contains grant documents (proposal) pertaining to the Occupational Injury Epidemiology and Prevention Program.
[Folder 062/028] NIOSH [National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health] -- Occupational Injury Prevention Program. — 1993; 2001-2002; 2005. — 1 folder
Materials include detailed descriptions of this NIOSH-funded program, the Occupational Injury Epidemiology and Prevention Program, old and updated, which was funded for the first time in 1990. The program was renamed in 1993, the original name was the Occupational Injury Prevention Program, and it was expanded in 2001.