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Prevalence of injuries among three-year-old children in the Republic of Ireland in 2011

Creator:

Cosgrove, J., Balanda, K.P., & Fahy, L. Institute of Public Health in Ireland

Subject Keywords: Injury, Child safety, Child health, Health conditions, Hospital, Medical treatment, Risk
Topic: Chronic Conditions
Conditions
Chronic Conditions
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

The Institute of Public health in Ireland (IPH) produces population prevalence estimates and forecasts for a number of chronic conditions among adults. IPH has now applied the methodology to examine health conditions and injuries among young children across the island of Ireland.

This short report is a supplement to a previous IPH report that examines health conditions among three-year-olds in the Republic of Ireland. It provides estimates of the prevalence of injuries that required hospital admission or treatment among three-year-olds in the Republic of Ireland in 2011. The analysis identifies risk factors associated with child injuries and provides estimates of the prevalence of these conditions for each of the 34 administrative cities and counties.

 

Date:

09/12/2015

DOI:

10.14655/105129-107415

Rights: © IPH
Suggested citation:

Cosgrove, J., Balanda, K.P., & Fahy, L. Institute of Public Health in Ireland. (2015) Prevalence of injuries among three-year-old children in the Republic of Ireland in 2011 [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/927308 [Accessed: 20th June 2019].

  

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Institute of Public Health
 
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