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Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia in 2017

By Know Injury • December 11th, 2018

The WA Department of Health recently published the 2017 edition of the Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia report. In collating this report 780 parents and carers of children aged 0 to 15 years were randomly sampled and completed a computer assisted telephone interview. The report highlights that in 2017 approximately one inmore…

The Western Australian Mental Health Promotion, Mental Illness, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Plan 2018-2025

By Know Injury • November 29th, 2018

In partnership with a number of key stakeholders the Mental Health Commission recently released the Western Australian Mental Health Promotion, Mental Illness, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Plan 2018-2025. This prevention plan was identified as a requirement within the Western Australian Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Services Plan 2015-2025 to address mental health, alcoholmore…

Road Ribbon for Road Safety®: a collaborative road safety campaign

By Know Injury • October 22nd, 2018

The annual Road Ribbon for Road Safety® campaign, developed by the WA Local Government Association’s (WALGA) RoadWise, provides people with an opportunity to directly contribute to road safety and the long-term vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on our roads. Commencing on Sunday, 18 November, coinciding with the World Day of Remembrance for Roadmore…

Injury deaths in Australia 1999-00 to 2014-15

By Know Injury • October 19th, 2018

AIHW recently published a new injury report Trends in injury deaths, Australia, 1999-00 to 2014-15.         In 2014-15 the injury fatality rate was higher among certain population groups, including; Males (64 injury deaths per 100,000 population) Individuals aged 65 years and over (52.5% of all injury deaths) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islandermore…

New AIHW Injury Publications

By Know Injury • July 26th, 2018

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare recently released three publications related to injury; Hospitalised injury due to land transport crashes Hospitalised assault injuries among men and boys Trends in hospitalised injury due to falls in older people 2002-03 to 2014-15 Key national statistics outlined in the publications: References: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare,more…

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