Unintentional injuries in the home in 0-7 years – emergency department attendances (Method 1)

Rates per 100,000 population for emergency department attendances due to unintentional home injuries in children aged 0-7 years (method 1). Missing data points are due to counts being too small to present publicly (to prevent disclosure risks). A selection panel on the right of the page can be used to present data by Local Authority/Health Boards. The raw results and graphs can be downloaded by clicking on the download link in the bottom right. You can only download data from one graph at a time – please click on the title of the graph you are interested in to select this graph for download.

Due to data quality issues which may effect the interpretation of these results, it is recommended these results be interpreted with a degree of caution. Particularly differences between LA/HB, which could relate to differences in clinical practice or data coding practice between hospitals, rather than true variations in injury incidence. If you are planning to use AWISS indicators in your work, it is advised you speak with a member of the AWISS team before publishing your work (awiss@swansea.ac.uk).  

Unintentional injuries in the home method 1: ‘Attend group’ field in the Emergency Department Data Set (EDDS) equal to 11 (only accidental injuries) and location of injury in own home, others home or residential institution. Please refer to the metadata section for further information.