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Winners from the CYMRC poster competition at their annual conference.
This article provides knowledge and insights into sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI) from a conference in the United States recently, attended by New Zealand child mortality experts and international specialists.
Media release from the Alcohol Healthwatch Trust. The Trust has teamed up with two community organisations to launch the BABIES + BOOZE campaign to raise awareness of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Article on fire safety warnings on children's nightwear, which are now compulsory after the death of one young boy and serious injuries to at least four others.
NO helmet, no bike. This is the safety message Safekids New Zealand wants parents and caregivers to tell their bicycle-riding children.
New members bring considerable knowledge and experience to the Committee, which collects and reviews information on the deaths of children and young people with the aim of preventing future deaths.
This article looks at the fall in sudden infant deaths over the past two decades and argues that further lives can be saved by focussing on the increased risks from bed sharing.
The Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee is delighted that figures show that there has been a reduction in teenage drink-drive convictions.
Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee chair, Dr Nick Baker was interviewed by Campbell Live on 26 July about teenage deaths from huffing butane and the need for restricting sales of butane to prevent future deaths.
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