Introduction

This section presents data injuries suffered by children and young people, in the home and on the roads. It is maintained by the National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network.

 

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Recent updates

April 2018

The following indicators have been added to this profile:

  • Emergency admissions for falls in children aged 0-4 (LA)
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to animate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 (LA)
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to inanimate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 (LA)
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to heat and hot substances in children aged 0-4 (LA)
  • Emergency admissions for accidental poisoning in children aged 0-4 (LA)

March 2018

As the Overview of Child Health profile has been updated; the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children and young people (0-4 years, 0-14 years, 15-24 years) (CCG)
  • Children killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-15, aged 6-10, aged 11- 15) (CCG)


December 2017

As the Young people and School-age children profiles have been updated; the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • Children killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 5 and under, 0-15, 6-10, 11-15)

 

February 2017

All National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network data transferred from ChiMat's Data Atlas to Public Health England's Fingertips website, and new Child and Maternal Health section launched.