Pito kōrero hou tonu
Now is the time to take heed of inequitable mortality rates among New Zealand’s children and young people
22 Sep 2021
These are the findings of the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (the CYMRC) in it 15th data report released today, which analyses the deaths of children and young people aged between 28 days and 24 years from 2015 and 2019.
Annual CYMRC workshop focuses on Te Tiriti-led quality improvement
13 Dec 2019
Te Tiriti-led quality improvement across the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mortality review programme was the focus for the two-day annual workshop of the Child Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC), held recently in Tāmaki Makaurau Aucklan
Local child and youth mortality review members meet in Nelson
15 Nov 2018
The Health Quality & Safety Commission recently facilitated a successful workshop for members of local child and youth mortality review panels. The workshop took place in Nelson on 6–7 November 2018.
Te Mauri The Life Force I Rangatahi suicide report I Te pūrongo mō te mate whakamomori o te rangatahi
This report asks why rangatahi, compared with non-Māori young people, have higher rates of death by suicide and what Aotearoa New Zealand is doing, and what else we could do, to prevent rangatahi from taking their lives by suicide.
Special report: Unintentional deaths from poisoning in young people
A new report highlights the need to intervene early to prevent unintentional deaths from poisoning in young people.
Special report on alcohol related deaths
Special Report: The involvement of alcohol consumption in the deaths of children and young people in New Zealand during the years 2005–2007
Low speed runover mortality report
In its Fifth Report to the Minister of Health (2009), the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC) noted that systems to review non-traffic deaths are inconsistent and less well developed compared with systems to review traffic deaths.