Jersey Health Profiles
Jersey Health Statistics
Annual data summaries for the State of New Jersey, its counties, and major municipalities on the following subjects: births, deaths, infant and fetal deaths, marriages, divorces, and population.
Baseline data and assessment of progress toward State’s
Data Fact Sheets
NJSHAD Indicator Reports replaced the Health Data Fact Sheet series in 2009. Check NJSHAD for more recent data.
Short reports on emerging health issues such as fentanyl overdoses and other topics of public health interest such as suicide.
in Health Statistics
In-depth reports on public health topics ranging from obesity to Cesarean deliveries to smoking-attributable mortality.
New Jersey Behavioral Risk Factor Survey (BRFS)
in July 2001, New Jersey BRFS reports have been incorporated
into the Topics in Health Statistics
- The Health of the Newest New Jerseyans: A Resource Guide [pdf 4.2mb]
This report informs health care providers statewide on the health status and behaviors of New Jerseys' quickly growing foreign-born population. The report provides demographic information and geographic trends related to this population; compares select health outcomes and behaviors of state residents by race/ethnicity and nativity status; and examines the impact of duration of US residence on foreign-born residents' health.
- Preventing Injury in New Jersey: Priorities for Action
The Preventing Injury in New Jersey: Priorities for Action report provides background, objectives, contributing factors, recommendations, and data pages in eight priority-areas for injury reduction: motor vehicle accidents; unintentional poisonings; falls; fire and burns; sports, recreation and exercise; occupational injury; unintentional childhood injury; and violence. The report contains the most current data on the leading causes of unintentional and intentional injury in New Jersey from 2000 to 2005.
- NJDOH Race and
Ethnicity Coding Guidelines, December 2007
- Healthy Days: Measuring the Health Related Quality of Life, New Jersey 2003
This report examines health related quality of life (HRQOL) among New Jersey adults, using data from the New Jersey Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFS).
- A Profile of New Jersey Older Adults Aged 60+ Years
- New Jersey Office of Injury Surveillance and Prevention (OISP)
OISP is a central source for injury statistics and information on injury prevention and control efforts in New Jersey. OISP is also home to several special injury projects such as a central nervous system injury registry and a violent death reporting system. Through the newly formed Injury Control and Prevention Group (ICPG), OISP is working to integrate surveillance data with injury prevention and control efforts.
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