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This report measures sport related injury, using two types of measurements: one based on rates of injury within the total population and the other on rates of injury within the population that reported participation in sports activities.
During 2011-12, an estimated...
This report describes episodes of hospitalised interpersonal violence in the 3 years after the introduction of perpetrator coding in Australia in 2002.
It also provides a technical demonstration of the type of analysis that is possible using perpetrator codes. During 2002-03 to 2004-05, 60,926...
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,...
Over the five-year period 2000–01 to 2004–05, a total of at least 3,926 children and young people were hospitalised as the result of injuries sustained on farms. This briefing focuses on these cases. Life on a farm can present a range of hazards for children...
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...