NT Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee annual report 2009-2010
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Page 13 large proportion of infant deaths, while deaths from External Causes occurred almost exclusively in the 10 to 17 years age range. 4. In the 2006-2008 period, 15 child deaths resulted from intentional self-harm. All these children were Aboriginal and all but one of these events was the result of hanging. The rates of hanging during this period were at least 5 times and up to 13 times higher than reported for NSW and Qld respectively. These standout findings clearly call for urgent research and action and will help to determine the research agenda of the Committee in coming years.
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