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09 Nov 2017

There were 617,755 hospitalised cases funded by workers’ compensation in Australia in the period from 2006–07 to 2013–14, with 72% being male and 96% aged 15–64.

Almost 38% of these cases were hospitalised primarily due to a musculoskeletal-related condition while 32% were hospitalised...

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11 Feb 2016

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This report presents estimates of trends in the number and rate of persons seriously injured in Australia due to road vehicle traffic crashes. Serious injury is defined as cases where a person was admitted to hospital for an injury and was discharged alive. Cases...

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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 cases for Aboriginal...

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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...

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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...

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12 Sep 2008

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) as distinct from head injury, is characterised by an external impact to the head that results in damage to the brain. This report describes hospitalisations for TBI in Australia for the period 2004–2005.

This report describes hospitalisations for...

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07 Apr 2008

This report presents national statistics on deaths and hospitalisations due to drowning for the five-year period 1999-00 to 2003-04. Drowning occurs in a number of settings and contexts: in bodies of natural water, in swimming pools and bathtubs, in association with watercraft and as the result...

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30 Sep 2007

This briefing provides an overview of football-related hospitalisations during 2004-05. Injuries sustained while playing football accounted for 31% (n=14,147) of all sports and leisure-related hospitalisations during this period. Australian football accounted for 30%, soccer for 24%, and rugby...

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