Incorporating the AIHW National Injury Surveillance Unit
Injury deaths, Australia 2003-04

Injury deaths, Australia 2003-04

Geoff Henley
Renate Kreisfeld
and
James E Harrison

January 2007
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Canberra
AIHW cat. no. INJCAT 89

This report describes injury mortality in Australia during 2003-04. It includes information about the major causes of injury such as transport-related deaths, suicide and accidental falls. The data provided in relation to each cause include age and sex, state and territory differences, remoteness of residence, trends over time, and other associated factors.

The report will be relevant to anyone interested in gaining an insight into patterns of injury mortality and the burden it imposes on the Australian community.

The report is available as a PDF document (~ 818 Kb).

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