[Box 065] ABC Files: Sn-T. — Circa 1957-1958; circa 1964-2008; undated.. — 1 box
Creator: Baker, Susan
Box 065 contains files with titles beginning with the letters Sn-T. Subject files in this box pertain to the following topics: snakes; Age 60 rule for Pilots (Southwest); Spain [transportation safety]; speed [motor vehicle]; sprinklers [residential]; stairs; stings [wasp]; strangulation; street cars; stress; suicide; Taiwan; Air Force flight pattern in Taos County [through bird migratory route]; tattoos; teens; toys; trains; trampolines; trends [of adolescent injury deaths and hospitalization in Canada]; trucks; T.V.; and twins.
Materials include documents from funders of injury prevention and transportation safety projects including foundations and endowed scholarships. There are records pertaining to Baker’s consultancy for the Partners for Child Passenger Safety Advisory Board (State Farm) and correspondence pertaining to the U. S. Department of Transportation Truck and Bus Safety Task Force, 1977, of which Baker was a member (Trucks DMV folder). There are materials pertaining to the State Health Department. There are materials pertaining to the JHU School of Public Health building --Hampton House (see folder titled Space), including copies of blueprints of offices, 1989. There are materials pertaining to statistics and statistical methods. There is a list of tips for air travelers by Baker. There are numerous typescripts of Baker’s testimonies before the U. S. Congress, Maryland State Senate, Maryland Judiciary Committee, and various public hearings and public meetings. There are materials pertaining to student funding at JHU School of Public Health, including at the Injury Prevention Center and elsewhere. There are pamphlets about the Injury Prevention Center and the Second Annual Summer Institute on Injury Prevention, 1989 (Toys folder). There are materials pertaining to awards received by Baker. There are also people files; conference files; student advising files; teaching files; and Division of Health Policy and Management (JHU School of Public Health) curriculum files.
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.
Contains biographical materials and obituaries for John Paul Stapp. There are materials pertaining to the John Paul Stapp Endowed Scholarship established by the Johns Hopkins CIRP for students whose research focuses on aviation safety, highway safety, or biomechanics. There are also conference materials for a STAPP Car Crash Conference, 2001, in which Baker participated.
Includes materials pertaining to the Child Injury Prevention Study, a study of child passenger safety, supported by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the State Farm Insurance Company. Baker was a consultant for the advisory board for this project.
Includes materials pertaining to Baker’s lectures at the National Defense Medical College in Taipei, 1993, and Baker’s presentation at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Care in the 21st Century, Taipei, 1994.
Includes an annotated draft of a manuscript co-authored by Baker, “Alcohol, Tattoos, and Violent Death: Automobile Crashes and Homicides” as well as an annotated draft of a manuscript titled, “Tattooed Drivers and Fatal Crashes” also co-authored by Baker.
Includes a report of the Toy Safety Conference, co-sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center, titled “Toy Safety: Blueprint for Action, 1989.” Also contains pamphlets about the Injury Prevention Center and the Second Annual Summer Institute on Injury Prevention, 1989.