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The determinants of health for Pacific children and young people in New Zealand Elizabeth Craig, Rebecca Dell, Anne Reddington, Judith Adams, Glenda Oben, Andrew Wicken and Jean Simpson

By: Craig, Elizabeth.
Contributor(s): Dell, Rebecca | Reddington, Anne | Adams, Judith | Oben, Glenda | Wicken, Andrew | Simpson, Jean.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Dunedin, New Zealand : NZ Child and Youth Epidemiology Service, University of Otago, 2013Description: electronic document (253 pages); PDF file : 4.061 MB.Subject(s): CHILDREN | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | ADOLESCENTS | HEALTH | INFANTS | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | POVERTY | SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS | STATISTICS | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | YOUNG PEOPLE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: 2014 report (2016) | 2012 report (2014) | 2008 report (2010)
Contents:
Safety and family violence: Viewpoint: Violence amongst our Pacific children and youth / Julia Ioane -- Injuries arising from the assault, neglect or maltreatment of children -- Injuries arising from assault in young people -- Child Youth and Family notifications -- Family violence
Tables: Table 38. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Children 0–14 Years by Ethnicity and Gender, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 39. Nature of Injuries Arising from Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment in Hospitalised Pacific Children Aged 0–14 Years, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 40. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from Assault in Young People Aged 15−24 Years by Ethnicity and Gender, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 41. Nature of Injury Arising from Assault in Hospitalised Pacific Young People Aged 15–24 Years, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 42. Number of Notifications Received by Child Youth and Family Offices, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 43. Outcome of Assessment for Children and Young People Notified to Child Youth and Family, New Zealand 2004–2012 Financial Years -- Table 44. Number of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family and Proportion requiring Further Assessment by Referrer, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 45. Number of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family Requiring Further Assessment by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 46. Number and Proportion of Police Family Violence Investigations where Children were Present or Usually Residing with the Victim, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 47. Relationship Between the Offender and the Victim in Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 48. Police Family Violence Investigations where Injuries were Reported by Injury Type, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 49. Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred by Offence Group, New Zealand 2009–2011
Figures: Figure 64. Hospital Admissions (2000–2011) and Deaths (2000–2009) due to Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of New Zealand Children 0–14 years -- Figure 65. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Children 0–14 Years by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2000–2011 -- Figure 66. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Pacific Children by Age, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Figure 67. Hospital Admissions (2000–2011) and Deaths (2000–2009) due to Injuries Arising from Assault in New Zealand Young People Aged 15–24 Years -- Figure 68. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from Assault in Young People Aged 15−24 Years by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2000–2011 -- Figure 69. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault of Pacific Children and Young People by Age, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Figure 70. Number of Notifications Received by Child Youth and Family Offices by Outcome, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial years -- Figure 71. Proportion of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family Requiring Further Assessment by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2011 Financial Year (n=57,949) -- Figure 72. Relationship Between the Offender and the Victim in Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred, New Zealand 2011 -- Figure 73. Police Family Violence Investigations where Injuries Were Reported by Injury Type, New Zealand 2011 (n=86,704).
Summary: This report is based on an Indicator Framework common to all New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service reports, and sits alongside a total population report entitled The Determinants of Health for Children and Young People in New Zealand. The report includes a section headed Safety and family violence (pages 159-183). The most relevant chapters and tables are listed above. Record #6220
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Safety and family violence: Viewpoint: Violence amongst our Pacific children and youth / Julia Ioane -- Injuries arising from the assault, neglect or maltreatment of children -- Injuries arising from assault in young people -- Child Youth and Family notifications -- Family violence

Tables:
Table 38. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Children 0–14 Years by Ethnicity and Gender, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 39. Nature of Injuries Arising from Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment in Hospitalised Pacific Children Aged 0–14 Years, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 40. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from Assault in Young People Aged 15−24 Years by Ethnicity and Gender, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 41. Nature of Injury Arising from Assault in Hospitalised Pacific Young People Aged 15–24 Years, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Table 42. Number of Notifications Received by Child Youth and Family Offices, New
Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 43. Outcome of Assessment for Children and Young People Notified to Child Youth and Family, New Zealand 2004–2012 Financial Years -- Table 44. Number of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family and Proportion requiring Further Assessment by Referrer, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 45. Number of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family Requiring Further Assessment by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial Years -- Table 46. Number and Proportion of Police Family Violence Investigations where Children were Present or Usually Residing with the Victim, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 47. Relationship Between the Offender and the Victim in Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 48. Police Family Violence Investigations where Injuries were Reported by Injury Type, New Zealand 2009–2011 -- Table 49. Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred by Offence Group, New Zealand 2009–2011

Figures:
Figure 64. Hospital Admissions (2000–2011) and Deaths (2000–2009) due to Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of New Zealand Children 0–14 years -- Figure 65. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Children 0–14 Years by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2000–2011 -- Figure 66. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault, Neglect or Maltreatment of Pacific Children by Age, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Figure 67. Hospital Admissions (2000–2011) and Deaths (2000–2009) due to Injuries Arising from Assault in New Zealand Young People Aged 15–24 Years -- Figure 68. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from Assault in Young People Aged 15−24 Years by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2000–2011 -- Figure 69. Hospital Admissions for Injuries Arising from the Assault of Pacific Children and Young People by Age, New Zealand 2007–2011 -- Figure 70. Number of Notifications Received by Child Youth and Family Offices by Outcome, New Zealand 2004–2011 Financial years -- Figure 71. Proportion of Notifications to Child, Youth and Family Requiring Further Assessment by Ethnicity, New Zealand 2011 Financial Year (n=57,949) -- Figure 72. Relationship Between the Offender and the Victim in Police Family Violence Investigations where an Offence Occurred, New Zealand 2011 -- Figure 73. Police Family Violence Investigations where Injuries Were Reported by Injury Type, New Zealand 2011 (n=86,704).

This report is based on an Indicator Framework common to all New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service reports, and sits alongside a total population report entitled The Determinants of Health for Children and Young People in New Zealand.

The report includes a section headed Safety and family violence (pages 159-183). The most relevant chapters and tables are listed above. Record #6220

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