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James E. Harrison

Research report

26 Jul 2013

This report looks at death and serious injury of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia due to transport accidents in the five-year period 2005-06 to 2009-10. Land transport accidents accounted for 26% of all fatal injury cases and 9% of all serious injury...

Research report

14 Sep 2012

This report, covering injuries resulting in admission to Australian hospitals in the financial year 2007–08, is the sixth in the series which started in 2001–02.

The focus of the report is analysis of community injury (that is, injuries typically sustained in the home,...

Research report

14 Sep 2012

This report, covering injuries resulting in admission to Australian hospitals in the financial year 2008–09, is the seventh in the series which started in 2001–02.

The focus of the report is analysis of community injury (that is, injuries typically sustained in the home, workplace,...

Research report

13 Jan 2010

This report presents national statistics on serious non-fatal injury due to land transport accidents in Australia during 2006-07.

Males were more than 2 times than females to be hospitalised as a result of a land transport accident, while just over 50% of those hospitalised...

Research report

28 Sep 2009

Accidental falls, suicide and transport-related injuries are common causes of death in the Australian community. This report finds that overall, rates of injury death in Australia during 2004-05 increased with the remoteness of the injured person's residence, with those who resided in very...

Research report

3 Aug 2009

This publication is a detailed report on the statistical processes used to track national suicide rates. Suicide is a matter of considerable public interest and policy significance so reliable statistical information on suicide occurrence is important. This report examines in detail the current methodologies used...

Research report

5 May 2009

About 100 people aged 55 years or older die by drowning each year in Australia. About another 75 per year are admitted to hospital following non-fatal drowning. About one-third of these cases have characteristics that suggest that they were severe.

Of the drowning deaths,...

Research report

1 Dec 2008

Unintentional falls, transport-related injury, intentional self-harm and assault are common causes of hospitalised injury in the Australian community. Injuries due to these and other causes are described in this report.

This report presents national statistics on injuries that resulted in admission to hospitals in...

Research report

23 Sep 2008

This report looks at the death and serious injury of Indigenous persons in Australia due to transport accidents in the five-year period 2001-02 to 2005-06. It focuses on the four jurisdictions of the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland and examines variables such...

Research report

15 Sep 2008

This briefing provides an overview of injury as a chronic health issue in Australia. The report highlights the long-term health consequences following severe injury and the effects on individual's physical and psychosocial wellbeing. Types of injuries covered include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, severe...

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