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Rate suicide & undet intent 2009

Creator:

CSO; NISRA

Subject Keywords: Mental Health. Health Status. Mental health. SuicideRefinement: Mental Health. Health StatusMental Health. Health Status. Mental health. SuicideRefinement: Mental Health. Health Status
Topic: Injury
Mental Health
Health Inequalities
Catalogue: Data
Indicator
Type: Data
Region: Administrative County
All-island
Antrim LGD
Ards LGD
Armagh LGD
Ballymena LGD
Ballymoney LGD
Banbridge LGD
Belfast LGD
Carlow County
Carrickfergus LGD
Castlereagh LGD
Cavan County
Clare County
Coleraine LGD
Cookstown LGD
Cork City
Cork County
Craigavon LGD
Derry LGD
Donegal County
Down LGD
Dublin City
Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown
Dungannon LGD
Fermanagh LGD
Fingal
Galway City
Galway County
Kerry County
Kildare County
Kilkenny County
Laois County
Larne LGD
Leitrim County
Limavady LGD
Limerick City
Limerick County
Lisburn LGD
Local Government District
Local Health Office
Longford County
Louth County
Maherafelt LGD
Mayo County
Meath County
Monaghan County
Moyle LGD
Newry & Mourne LGD
Newtownabbey LGD
North Down LGD
North Tipperary
Offaly County
Omagh LGD
Roscommon County
Sligo County
South Dublin
South Tipperary
Strabane LGD
Waterford City
Waterford County
Westmeath County
Wexford County
Wicklow County
Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

The rate of suicide (ICD 10: X60-X84) and the rate of Undetermined injury (Y10-Y34 and Y87.2) per 100,000 population.

Republic of Ireland numerator:CSO, 2009
Republic of Ireland denominator: CSO, 2006

Northern Ireland numerator: NISRA, 2009
Northern Ireland denominator: NISRA, 2009

The suicide prevention strategies in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland expressed concern about the accuracy of suicide data. The following factors are likely to affect the accuracy of suicide data:
There may be difficulty in determining the intent behind a death and some suicide deaths are likely to be recorded as deaths of undetermined intent. This would underestimate the rate of suicide.
Similarly, there may be different practices in different areas in classifying the intent behind a death and some suicide deaths may be classified as deaths of undetermined intent. Again, this would underestimate the rate of suicide.

There can be substantial delays in registering suicide deaths due to the time taken to complete inquests so it is advisable to allow a number of years time lag before reporting a particular year’s suicide data. This will improve the completeness of the data. 

DOI:

10.14655/749069-885492

Rights: CSO; NISRA
Suggested citation:

CSO; NISRA. () Rate suicide & undet intent 2009 [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/885492 [Accessed: 19th November 2019].

  

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Institute of Public Health
 
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