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Serious injury outcome indicators for Māori: 2000–15 presents long-term trends in the incidence and rate of injury in New Zealand. This report and its two companion reports:

  • are at the forefront of reporting the burden of injury to society in New Zealand 
  • provide the most robust and reliable measures of serious injury outcomes currently available 
  • summarise injury trends for the whole population, Māori, and children, based on national administrative datasets, and using injury indicators originally developed and validated at the University of Otago Injury Prevention Research Unit 
  • help support the injury prevention sector to achieve better outcomes for injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation, and to minimise the personal, social, and economic costs of injury.

Read the report online, or download the PDF and tables from 'Available files'. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.

See also: 

These three annual reports provide a measure of New Zealand’s progress in reducing the incidence and annual rates of injury since 2000. In each report, the main focus is the serious injury outcome indicator graphs in chapter 4, which visually represent the changes in the annual incidence and rate of injury.

Acknowledgements
We acknowledge the contribution of the Injury Prevention Research Unit of the University of Otago in developing the serious injury outcome indicators presented in this report. We also acknowledge the support of Analytical Services at the Ministry of Health and ACC as the sources of data used for the calculation of the indicators.

Citation
Statistics New Zealand (2016). Serious injury outcome indicators for Māori: 2000–15. Retrieved from www.stats.govt.nz.

ISSN 2324-2620 (online)
Published  December  2016 

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