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Mortality data reports for the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee.
Presentation by Dr Nick Baker on the death of young people by unintentional poisoning 2002-08.
In this article from Waatea News, Dr Nick Baker (chair of the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee) says the deaths of young Māori through unintentional substance and alcohol poisoning is a community problem than needs a community solution.
A new report highlights the need to intervene early to prevent unintentional deaths from poisoning in young people.
This article from the British Medical Journal (BMJ) seeks to resolve uncertainty as to the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) associated with sleeping in bed with your baby if neither parent smokes and the baby is breastfed.
Presentation by Dr Nick Baker: the context and circumstances of unintentional suffocation in place of sleep in New Zealand.
Report from the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee on unintentional suffocation, foreign body inhalation and strangulation.
The first issue of the Local Child and Youth Mortality Review Group newsletter is now available online.
Resources from the Ministry of Health and Health Education New Zealand on healthy and safe eating practices for babies and young children.
Volatile substance abuse is a large and complex problem, and there are many opinions about how this problem can be addressed. This website is where you can have your say.