Injury and Violence Data Dashboards

The Bureau of Family Health’s (BFH) Injury and Violence Prevention Program collects information about the most common causes of injury and injury-related death in Louisiana. Our Data-to-Action Team (DAT) compares the data with national averages and trends, and looks for patterns over time. The team packages these data in reports, fact sheets, and dashboards that help people understand and use the most important pieces. These tools are meant to support programs and promote policies that keep Louisiana families safe. The dashboards are housed on this page, and you can find fact sheets and reports in the Partners for Family Health Data Center.

The Injury and Violence Prevention Program also works with communities to figure out what kinds of data and information is most useful to help guide local prevention projects. The dashboards below include some of the best available Louisiana data that our partners have found useful when planning and evaluating their violence prevention efforts.

Can’t find the exact information you’re looking for? If you need more or different data about an injury topic, submit a Data Request Form! Our team is also building dashboards for new topics based on partner interest. Stay tuned for updates. If you want to learn more about how different types of injury and violence are connected though shared risk and protective factors, check out the CDC’s Connecting the Dots: An Overview of the Links Among Multiple Forms of Violence.

Explore the Dashboards

Note: The dashboards look best in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox. Having trouble seeing the data? We suggest switching browsers or refreshing the webpage to adjust the display. If the issue persists, please contact Jason Lochmann, BFH Communications Specialist.

Injury & Violence Data Sources

Curious about the methods behind the data? Learn more about the sources by clicking the links below:

Have thoughts about the dashboards? Share them with Jennifer Le, BFH Injury Epidemiologist.