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Chartbooks of the New Zealand Injury Prevention Strategy serious injury outcome indicators

The chartbooks of the New Zealand Injury Prevention Strategy (NZIPS) present indicators of serious injury outcomes to monitor performance in reducing serious injury for the population as a whole, for children, and for Māori.

The chartbooks present annual frequencies and rates of fatal, serious non-fatal and combined fatal and serious non-fatal injury, for all injury and for the six NZIPS injury prevention priority areas:

  • Assault
  • Work related injury
  • Intentional self-harm
  • Falls
  • Motor vehicle traffic crashes
  • Drowning

Three separate chartbooks of serious injury outcomes have been developed by the Injury Prevention Research Unit: all population, children, and Māori. The main body of each chartbook is purposely short on words and long on charts. The intention is to let the charts speak for themselves with little detail being provided on the background and methods, and minimal commentary on the results.

More detail about the methods of how the indicators were derived can be found in the technical report and the background report. These are also available above for downloading.

These chartbooks were published by the New Zealand Injury Prevention Strategy Secretariat in December 2010.

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