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1.03 Injury and poisoning

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Note: This visualisation was last updated in December 2020. For some topics, more recent data can be found in the data tables (last updated May 2022).

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Data tables: 1.03 Injury and poisoning
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List of tables in measure 1.03


  • Table D1.03.1: Deaths related to injury and poisoning, by type of external cause (selected), Indigenous status and sex, NSW, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2015–2019

  • Table D1.03.2: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.3: Hospitalisations for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.4: Hospitalisations for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning by Indigenous status and remoteness, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates, rate ratios and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17

  • Table D1.03.6: Hospitalisations of Indigenous Australians for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.7: First reported external causes for hospitalisations for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequences, by Indigenous status and sex, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.8: Problems relating to injury managed by general practitioners, by Indigenous status of the patient, April 2010–March 2015

  • Table D1.03.9: Indigenous persons reporting an injury in the last 4 weeks, by type of event, action taken and long-term result, by sex, remoteness and age, 2012–13

  • Table D1.03.10: Indigenous persons reporting an injury in the last 4 weeks, by remoteness, age, sex and state/territory, 2012–13

  • Table D1.03.11: Selected socioeconomic characteristics by Indigenous persons (15 years and over) reporting an injury in the last 4 weeks, 2012–13

  • Table D1.03.12: Selected household and health risk factors, by Indigenous persons (15 years and over) reporting injury in the last 4 weeks, 2012–13

  • Table D1.03.13: Mode of transport for transport-related fatal injury by Indigenous status, NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2005–06 to 2009–10

  • Table D1.03.14: Age-specific and age-standardised rates due to fatal and serious land transport injury, NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2005–06 to 2009–10

  • Table D1.03.15: First reported external causes for hospitalisations for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequences, by Indigenous status and age groups, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.16: Hospitalisations for principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status, jurisdiction and remoteness, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.17: First reported external causes for hospitalisations for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequences, by length of stay, Indigenous status and remoteness, Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 NSW: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, New South Wales and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5 NSW: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, New South Wales and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17

  • Table D1.03.6 NSW: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, New South Wales and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.7 NSW: First reported external causes for hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequence, by sex, New South Wales and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 Vic: Age-specific hospitalisation rates (per 1,000 population) for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Victoria and Australia, July 2013 to June 2015

  • Table D1.03.5 Vic: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, Victoria and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2014–15

  • Table D1.03.6 Vic: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Victoria and Australia, July 2013 to June 2015


  • Table D1.03.2 Qld: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Queensland and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5 Qld: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, Queensland and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17

  • Table D1.03.6 Qld: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Queensland and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.7 Qld: First reported external causes for hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequence, by sex, Queensland and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 WA: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Western Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5 WA: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, Western Australia and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17

  • Table D1.03.6 WA: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Western Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.7 WA: First reported external causes for hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequence, by sex, Western Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 SA: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, South Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5 SA: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, South Australia and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17 

  • Table D1.03.6 SA: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, South Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017     

  • Table D1.03.7 SA: First reported external causes for hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequence, by sex, South Australia and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 Tas: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Tasmania and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.6 Tas: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Tasmania and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 ACT: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Australian Capital Territory and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.6 ACT: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Australia Capital Territory and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.7 ACT: First reported external causes for hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and other consequence, by sex, Australian Capital Territory and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017


  • Table D1.03.2 NT: Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, by Indigenous status and sex, Northern Territory and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

  • Table D1.03.5 NT: Age-standardised hospitalisation rates and rate differences for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning, Northern Territory and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT, 2004–05 to 2016–17

  • Table D1.03.6 NT: Hospitalisations of Indigenous persons for a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes, by type of injury and sex, Northern Territory and Australia, July 2015 to June 2017

Data sources

This measure was last updated on 27 May 2022. See table below for details of updates by data source.

Updates to measure content by data source

Topic

Data source

Latest time period reported

Measure content last updated

Deaths

National Mortality Database (NMD)

2019

27 May 2022

Hospitalisations

National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD)

2015–17

8 Dec 2020

Primary health care

The Bettering the Evaluation And Care of Health (BEACH) survey

2015–16(a)

8 Dec 2020

Prevalence (survey, self-reported)

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey (AATSIHS)

2012-13

8 Dec 2020

(a) Survey has now ceased, so no further updates will be published.

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