Study finds injured farmers take longer to get trauma care
Published on August 14, 2020
A study co-authored by CPH researchers Corinne Peek-Asa and Jim Torner shows that farmers who suffer an on-the-job injury take more time to arrive at a hospital that provides the specialized trauma care they need than workers in other industries.
Study finds injured farmers take an hour longer to get trauma care (Iowa Now)
U-I study finds rural distance impacts trauma care for injured farmers (Radio Iowa)