Serious injury outcome indicators for Māori: 1996–2010

Wednesday 16 November 2011, 1:56PM
By Statistics New Zealand

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Serious injury outcome indicators for Māori: 1996–2010 presents annual frequencies and rates for serious injury outcomes in New Zealand, through a set of indicators for fatal and non-fatal injuries. This report, which presents trends for Māori, uses national administrative datasets to provide the most robust and reliable measures of serious injury outcomes currently available for New Zealand.

This report is accompanied by:

More detail about how the indicators were derived can be found in the technical report.


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Statistics New Zealand (2011). Serious injury outcome indicators for Maori: 1996–2010.
Wellington: Statistics New Zealand

This report was previously known as Chartbook of the New Zealand Injury Prevention Strategy serious injury outcome indicators for Maori.

ISBN 978-0-478-37735-4 (print)
ISBN 978-0-478-37734-7 (online)

Published in November 2011 by
Statistics New Zealand
Tatauranga Aotearoa
Wellington, New Zealand