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A new report highlights the need to intervene early to prevent unintentional deaths from poisoning in young people.
The Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC) estimates nearly 3000 lives have been saved in the past 20 years because of efforts to prevent sudden unexpected death in infants (SUDI).
CYMRC's response to a request from Coroner Evans for its views on the adequacy of present state systems for the care and protection of children and suggestions about improvements
The Health Quality & Safety Commission has written to district health boards asking them to prioritise the prevention of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI).
The Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee welcomes the newborn enrolment policy announced by Health Minister Tony Ryall last week. The new policy will mean babies will be registered with their general practitioner soon after birth.
During the ‘middle years’ young people need to gain skills to protect them from injury or death as older teenagers, says the Chair of the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC).
The Australia New Zealand Child Death Review and Prevention Group (ANZCDR&PG) met on 20 February 2012 in Queensland, Australia.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission Board is seeking new member(s) for the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee
The Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC) is urging people to take extra care around children this summer to avoid incidents involving vehicles or alcohol.
Sudden unexpected infant death—no more “stunned amazement”!