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|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||1989||Bulletin||Bulletin 1 - On the Job Injuries
This bulletin reports on the workplace injuries that occur as a result of interaction of a number of different factors.
|Falls, Slipping and Tripping Related Injuries||1992||Bulletin||Bulletin 10 - Injuries on Steps and Stairs & Injuries in the Elderly
This issue of the bulletin reviews injuries that occurred on the steps and stairs and injuries sustained by elderly.
|School Based Injuries||2008||Bulletin||Bulletin 100 - Injuries in Primary School Children
This issue of the bulletin examines injuries occurring in primary schools in Queensland.
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||1992||Bulletin||Bulletin 11 - Injuries in Prisons
This bulletin is reviewing occupational and non occupational injuries that occurred in prisons.
|Interntional Self Harm||1992||Bulletin||Bulletin 12 - Intentional Self Injuries & Aggression-Related Injuries
This bulletins reports on intentional self injuries and aggression-related injuries.
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 13 - Rollerblading/Nursing Injuries & Swimming Pool Fencing
This bulletin covers Rollerblading/Nursing Injuries & Swimming Pool Fencing
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 15 - Safety
This bulletin examines the data on injuries resulting from : Nursery Furniture/High chairs/Exposure to Electric Current and Fishing
|nursey,furniture,high chair,stroller,baby walker,cots,baby change tables,lights,lamps,workshop,appliance,yard,garden,washing machine,hair,dryer,electric kettle,fish tank heater,fishing,rock,swept,waves,falling|
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 16 - Safety
This analysis examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to participating hospitals for injury associated with falls from roof, ingestion of pesticides and some facts on child abuse.
|Fall,roof,tiling,ingestions,pesticides,insecticide,insect spray,herbicide,weedkiller,cockroach bait,DDT,pyrethrum,repellent,fumigant,flea,shampoo,mothballs,fertiliser,child,abuse,poison,soap,powder,bleach,chemicals,resistant|
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 17 - Safety
This analysis examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to participating hospitals for injury to home handypersons and head injuries in children under 5yrs
|handy,grinding,sanding,saws,lawn mowers,ladders,wielding equipment,hammers,paint,petrol,chemicals,driveways,foothpaths,bed,nursery,furniture,baby walker,trolleys,head|
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 18 - Violence toward the Elderly, Swimming Pool Chemicals and Self Harm in Teenagers
This analysis examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to participating hospitals for Violence toward the Elderly, Swimming Pool Chemicals and Self Harm in Teenagers.
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 19 - Pedestrian injuries, Barbecue injuries and Health care workers injuries
This bulletin examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to participating hospitals for Pedestrian injuries, Barbecue injuries, Health care workers injuries.
|Other||1993||Bulletin||Bulletin 20 - Occupational Violence Toys Eucalyptus Festive Injuries 1993
This issue of the bulletin explores: occupational injuries involving the taxi industry, buying toys for children, Eucalyptus ingestions and injuries occurring in the festive season.
This issue of the bulletin explores: occupational injuries in truck drivers, public pool drownings and near drowning, rodent bite related injuries, bites and stings and injuries from drinking glasses.
This issue of the bulletin explores: lawnmower related injuries, injuries involving playground equipment, injuries to hospital workers caused by aggressive patients and outdoor cricket related injuries.
This issue of the bulletin explores: injuries in the Central Western Region of QLD, occupational injuries in the food preparation industry, aerosol can related injuries, self-inflicted injuries due to aggression and glass injuries involving lower limbs.
This issue of the bulletin explores: occupational injuries in laboratories, injuries involving cigarettes, foreign bodies lodged in throats, stroller and pram related injuries and football related injuries involving on-field goal posts.
This issue of the bulletin explores: sports injuries involving soccer, spinal injuries, injuries involving the use of scaffolding, wheelchairs and pins and needles,
Bulletin 26 explores: the National Minimum Data Set Injury Surveillance form, Hazard rankings, injuries in kitchens and injuries on buses.
Bulletin 27 explores: injuries involving bus doors, kitchen based injuries, bunk bed related injuries and occupational injuries to Police Officers.
Bulletin 28 explores: Injuries from heaters, dog bites and injuries to people aged 65 and over.
Bulletin 29 explores: firearm injuries, road traffic related injuries involving motor vehicle occupants and netball related injuries.
Bulletin 30 explores: occupational injuries to Ambulance Officers, injuries in Nursing Homes, boating related injuries and Snake and Spider bites.
Bulletin 31 explores: toy related injuries, work related injuries in firefighters, surfing and diving injuries and scalds in children.
Bulletin 32 explores: cigarette related injuries in children, injuries at Southbank, eye injuries and occupational violence.
Bulletin 33 explores: rock climbing injuries, paediatric burn injuries, injuries occurring whilst asleep, injuries to doctors and an overview of deliberate, non-fatal self harm injuries.
Bulletin 34 explores: Toddler pool drowning and pool fencing safety, rollerblading related injuries, Rural injuries in Central West QLD, toy safety, candle related injuries and playground related injuries.
Bulletin 35 explores: DIY Home and garden safety, dog bites, shopping trolley related injuries and seat belt safety.
Bulletin 36 explores: Ingestion and poisoning related injuries, trampoline related injuries and sporting injuries.
Bulletin 37 explores: Traffic and road user injuries and Nursery furniture related injuries.
Bulletin 38 explores: Occupational injuries of Carpenters and Joiners, School-based injuries and children injuries in the home.
|Other||1996||Bulletin||Bulletin 39 - Central QLD Rural Injury Surveillance - Initial findings
The Central Queensland Public Health Unit commenced rural injury surveillance early in 1996. The surveillance , based on the QISPP system, will run for 12 months with an option to extend.
This issue of the bulletin includes: New Year injuries, Falls and Burns and Scalds.
This issue of the bulletin includes: Outdoor leisure injuries, Injuries to young people 15-24 years, Intentional injuries to children and On the job injuries - Electrical Workers.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||1997||Bulletin||Bulletin 42 - BackInjuries/Injuries to Chidlren under 5
250 back injuries which occurred while in paid work were recorded by QISPP in 1996. QISPP recorded 2365 injuries to children aged less than 5 during 1996.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||1997||Bulletin||Bulletin 43 - Injuries to the Head and Face
There were 3633 injuries to the head and face recorded by the QISPP during 1996. Young children (0-5) presented most frequently, representing 26% of the cases.
|Other||1997||Bulletin||Bulletin 44 - QISU Update
This issue of the bulletin focuses on electrical injuries and electrical safety.
|Other||1997||Bulletin||Bulletin 45 - Queensland Child Deaths
This Injury Bulletin provides Queensland child mortality data for the past five years, 1992-1996. The data has been collated from a variety of sources and checked against death certification records from the Office of the Register-General.
|Other||1997||Bulletin||Bulletin 46 - Injuries in the home/Toddler Low speed run overs
This issue of the bulletin will focus on injury presentations due to injuries sustained at home, and low speed vehicle run overs of children under 5.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||1998||Bulletin||Bulletin 47 - Football Injuries
During 1997 QISU collected data on 1358 hospital emergency department injury presentations relating to football.
|Domestic and Family Violence and Assault||1998||Bulletin||Bulletin 48 - Intentional Injuries
During 1997 QISU collected information on 1045 injuries presenting to emergency departments where the injury was reported as being intentional (including self inflicted injuries).
|Needlestick||1998||Bulletin||Bulletin 49 - Needlestick Injuries
This bulletin reports on injuries sustained by needlestick, in-hospital and non-hospital environment.
|needlestick,needle stick,non-hospital,in-hospital,hepatitis b,hepatitis c,suture,scalpel blade,stapler,razor,disposal,injection|
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||1998||Bulletin||Bulletin 50 - Home maintenance injuries DIY
In this bulletin we examine home injuries associated with the use of tools (including hand tools, power tools, ladders etc.) lawn mowers and line trimmers.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||1998||Bulletin||Bulletin 51 - Recreational Water Injuries
During 1997 and the first 6 months of 1998 the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit collected 1587 water related injuries presenting at emergency departments at participating hospitals.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||1999||Bulletin||Bulletin 52 - Pedestrian Injuries
The Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit recorded 200 injuries resulting from pedestrian road crashes presenting at participating hospital Emergency Departments in Queensland during 1997 and the first half of 1998.
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||1999||Bulletin||Bulletin 53 - Workplace Injury
During 1998 the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit recorded 6004 injuries presenting at participating hospital Emergency Departments where the stated activity when injured was working for income.
|Other||1999||Bulletin||Bulletin 54 - Validation of Injury Surveillance in Emergency Departments
The aim of the validation study was to assess and validate the Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) as a means of acquiring Level 2 IS data as defined by NDS-IS in public hospital emergency departments (EDs) in Queensland.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||1999||Bulletin||Bulletin 55 - Burns and Scalds
During 1998 the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit recorded 982 burn injury attendances to participating hospital Emergency Departments (EDs) in Queensland.
|Falls, Slipping and Tripping Related Injuries||1999||Bulletin||Bulletin 56 - Falls in Older People
During 1998 the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit collected data from participating Hospital Emergency Departments on 1,940 injuries involving persons aged 65 years and over of which 1172 or 60% were the result of falls.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 57 - Bicycle Injuries
During 1998 the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit recorded 1565 cycling-related presentations at participating Emergency Departments in Queensland.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 58 - Child Trampoline Injuries
During 1998 and 1999 Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit collected data on 668 trampoline related injuries to children presenting at participating Emergency Departments in Queensland.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 59 - Sports Injuries
The data presented in this Injury Bulletin attempts to address some of these issues by characterising the extent and nature of sporting injuries presenting at hospital Emergency Departments in Queensland.
|Animal Related Injuries||1991||Bulletin||Bulletin 6 - Dog Bites
This issue of the bulletin focuses on injuries sustained from dog bites.
|Poisoning||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 60 - Childhood Poisoning and Ingestion
This bulletin examines the circumstances surrounding poisoning related presentations to hospital emergency departments in Queensland by children aged less than 15 years.
|Product Safety||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 61 - Nursery Products
Injuries associated with nursery products such as prams, strollers, baby walkers, cots, highchairs, change tables and bouncers are a major cause of Emergency Department (ED) presentation for injury in young children.
|Immersion and Submersion||2000||Bulletin||Bulletin 62 - Toddler Drowning in Queensland
This bulletin examines the circumstances surrounding all domestic pool drownings of children aged under five years in Queensland for the period 1993-99 the period since the introduction of uniform pool fencing requirements.
|Safe Communities||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 63 - Safe Communities - an Approach to Injury Prevention
This Bulletin provides an overview of the Safe Communities model of injury prevention focusing on the Mackay/Whitsunday Safe Communities Project as a case study.
|Bites and Stings - Envenomation||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 64 - Bites and Stings
The current bulletin examines all presentations of insect, spider, tick, marine animal and reptile bites or stings and any venom effects to participating hospital Emergency Departments in Queensland.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 65 - Injuries in the Home - Adults
In and around the home is by far the most common location for injuries to occur. Almost half of all presentations to emergency departments (ED’s) for injury in Queensland are the result of an incident in the home.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 66 - Injuries in the Home - Children
This is the second of two bulletins examining injuries to adults and children occurring in or around the home. The home is where children, particularly young children spend much of their time and where the majority of injuries to children occur.
|Animal Related Injuries||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 67 - Horse-Related Injury
This report examines all horse-related injuries presenting at hospital emergency departments in Queensland, which contribute to the QISU injury database.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 68 - Paediatric Non-Pool Drowning in Queensland
This bulletin examines non-pool drownings for children aged less than 15 years in Queensland.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2001||Bulletin||Bulletin 69 - Playground Equipment Injuries
This analysis examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to participating hospitals for injury associated with playground equipment.
|Product Safety||1991||Bulletin||Bulletin 7 - Children's Bunk Bed Injuries
This bulletin reports on children falling from bunk beds with wide variety of injuries including lacerations (often involving the face and mouth), bumps, bruises and abrasions.
|School Based Injuries||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 70 - Injuries at School
This analysis will assist in identifying the characteristics of injuries that occur frequently in our schools. It examines the circumstances and nature of ED presentations for injury to QISU participating hospitals, 1998-2000, for 3 to 17 year olds where the location was reported as a kindergarten, pre-school, primary or secondary school.
|Product Safety||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 71 - Injuries related to Furniture and Large Appliances
This analysis examines the circumstances of emergency department presentations to QISU participating hospitals for injury associated with household furniture including large electrical appliances and selected outdoor items.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 72 - Small wheel devices: A Safety Challenge for 2002
This bulletin examines the injuries sustained by riders of skateboards, inline-skates, roller-skates and non-powered scooters presenting to QISU participating hospitals.
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 73 - Eye Injuries in the Coal Mining Industry
Eye injuries in industry have always been a particular concern due to the risk of visual impairment. Coal miners are vulnerable to eye injuries because of a number of factors in the workplace
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 74 - Asphyxia in Young Children
This report examines all unintentional deaths from non-drowning asphyxia amongst children aged under five years in Queensland.
|Immersion and Submersion||2002||Bulletin||Bulletin 75 - Ten years on: Toddler drowning in QLD 1992-2001
This report brings all the data together and summarises the last 10 years of toddler drowning in Queensland.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2003||Bulletin||Bulletin 76 - Low speed run-overs of young children in QLD
This bulletin examines the circumstances of low speed (non-traffic) pedestrian injury deaths and Emergency Department presentations of children younger than five years to participating QISU hospitals.
|Safe Communities||2003||Bulletin||Bulletin 77 - Addressing Childhood Injury in Mackay: a Safe Communities Initiative
This report reviews the patterns of childhood injury in the MMHSD. It seeks to identify strategic opportunities to reduce childhood injury in the region, with a particular focus on injury affecting children aged 0-4.
|Safe Communities||2003||Bulletin||Bulletin 78 - Addressing Childhood Injury in Mount Isa: a Safe Communities Initiative
This report reviews the patterns of childhood injury in Mt Isa. It explores local issues of concern and seeks to identify strategic opportunities to reduce childhood injury within the local community, with a particular focus on injury affecting children aged 0-4.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2003||Bulletin||Bulletin 79 - Facial Injuries
This issue of the bulletin outlines common causes of facial injury and discusses the nature of more serious facial injury at different ages.
|Product Safety||1991||Bulletin||Bulletin 8 - Toy Injuries in Children
This bulletin reviews toy related injuries in children's, injuries involving Christmas/seasonal decorations and alcohol/drug related injuries.
|Falls, Slipping and Tripping Related Injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 80 - Toddler Falls from Balconies and Windows
This edition of the bulletin analyses high falls from windows and balconies in children under 5 years, and addresses preventable aspects of these injuries.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 81 - ATV and Lawn Mower Injuries
This bulletin shall focus on injuries sustained from All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) and lawnmower related incidents in Queensland.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 82 - Childhood Pedestrian Injury in Queensland
Every year around 30 pedestrians under 15 years are killed on Australian roads. On Queensland roads alone, on average, 7 children are killed each year.
|Falls, Slipping and Tripping Related Injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 83 - Falls in the Older Queensland Population
As the Queensland population continues to age the problem of falls in older persons is of increasing concern,
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 84 - Occupational Injury in School Age Children
This issue of the bulletin reviews work related injuries in Queensland for children aged between 10 and 17 years.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2004||Bulletin||Bulletin 85 - Water Related Injury in Queensland
This issue of the bulletin will review injury that occurs in and around water and discuss injury prevention strategies that can be used in different water recreation settings.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2005||Bulletin||Bulletin 86 - Bicycle Injury in Queensland
This bulletin describes the pattern of bicycle related injury presenting to emergency departments using data collected from QISU participating emergency departments.
|Poisoning||2005||Bulletin||Bulletin 87 - Non-Medicinal Ingestions in Queensland Children
Poisoning is one of the most common reason for paediatric injury presentation to an Emergency Department.
|Poisoning||2005||Bulletin||Bulletin 88 - Non-Medicinal Poisoning in Queensland Adolescents
This issue of the bulletin focuses on presentations to Queensland Emergency Departments by adolescents, due to injuries sustained by non-medicinal poisoning and intoxication.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2005||Bulletin||Bulletin 89 - Burns and Scalds in QLD Toddlers
This bulletin will review current data on toddler burns in Queensland and discuss directions for future burns prevention.
|Product Safety||1992||Bulletin||Bulletin 9 - Vaporiser/Moth Repellent/Nail Gun Injuries
This issue reports on Vaporiser, Moth Repellent and Nail Gun injuries.
|Vaporiser,humidifier,eucalyptus oil,vicks vaporub,kaz vaporiser,mentholaire,methyl salicylate,moth repellent,naphthalene flakes,ingested camphor,mothballs,nail gun,carpenter,|
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||2006||Bulletin||Bulletin 90 - Occupational Eye Injuries
This issue of the bulletin describes occupational eye injury in Queensland.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2006||Bulletin||Bulletin 91 - Bathroom Injuries in Queensland
This bulletin describes injuries to all age groups that occur in the bathroom and discusses the prevention of these injuries.
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||2006||Bulletin||Bulletin 92 - Rural/Farm Injury in Queensland
This bulletin describes injuries that occur on farms and discusses specific prevention strategies.
|Safe Communities||2006||Bulletin||Bulletin 93 - WHO Safe Communities: 20 years on
This issue of the bulletin focuses on evaluating the efficacy of the WHO Safe Communities program after 20 years of implementation in Queensland.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2006||Bulletin||Bulletin 94 - Young Adults on the Road
This issue of the bulletin will focus on safety concerns and injuries sustained by adolescents in various modalities of road use.
|Bites and Stings - Envenomation||2007||Bulletin||Bulletin 95 - Envenomation
This issue of the bulletin focuses on injuries sustained via bites and stings (envenomation) from insects, snakes, spiders and other venomous creatures.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2007||Bulletin||Bulletin 96 - Children as Passengers in Motor Vehicle Crashes
This bulletin describes the pattern of injuries sustained by child motor vehicle passengers under 15 years in Queensland.
|Occupational, Industrial and Agricultural related injuries||2007||Bulletin||Bulletin 97 - Mining Injuries
This issue of the bulletin describes the pattern of mining injuries in Queensland.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||2007||Bulletin||Bulletin 98 - Injuries in infants under 12 months old
This bulletin describes injury patterns in infants under 12 months of age, who presented to Queensland Emergency Departments over a 9 year period.
|Product Safety||2007||Bulletin||Bulletin 99 - Christmas Toy Related Injuries
This issue of the bulletin focuses on injuries sustained from gifted recreational and toy products and the link to increased ED presentation during the Christmas period.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2018||Other Articles||Helmet use in preventing acute concussive symptoms in recreational vehicle related head trauma
Helmets use has proved effective in reducing head trauma (HT) severity in children riding non-motorised recreational vehicles. Scant data are available on their role in reducing concussive symptoms in children with HT while riding non-motorised recreational vehicles such as bicycles, push scooters and skateboards (BSS). We aimed to investigate whether helmet use is associated with a reduction in acute concussive symptoms in children with BSS-related-HT.
|Motor Vehicle and Pedestrain Related Injuries||2012||Reports||Putting the Brakes on Low Speed Vehicle Run Over: An Opportunity to act.
This report details the 2012 forum hosted by QIPC to highlight Low Speed Vehicle Run-Over (LSVRO) injuries.
|Burns and Trauma Injuries||1990||Bulletin||Bulletin 2 - Children's Burns From Hot Beverage Spills
This bulletin reviews children in the 0 to 4 years age group that are injured by hot beverage spills more frequently than older children.
|Immersion and Submersion||1990||Bulletin||Bulletin 3 - The 10 Myths of Toddler Drowning
An unfenced backyard-pool is as dangerous as a loaded gun but the young child finds it so much more attractive and accessible. The only guaranteed measure that puts it out of reach is a 4-sided pool fence and safety gate maintained in good working condition.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||1990||Bulletin||Bulletin 4 - Playground Injuries
This bulletin aims to explore the incidence of Playground related injuries in Queensland.
|Falls, Slipping and Tripping Related Injuries||1991||Bulletin||Bulletin 5 - Falls in the Elderly
This issue of the bulletin reports on falls sustained by the elderly 65 years and over, caused by a slip, trip or fall.
|Poisoning||2008||Bulletin||Bulletin 101 - Medicinal Poisoning in Queensland Toddlers
This issue of the bulletin uses data from QISU and QPIC to examine medicinal poisonings in toddlers.
|Domestic and Family Violence and Assault||2008||Bulletin||Bulletin 102 - Identification of Intentional Injury in Emergency Departments
This report explores incidences of deliberate maltreatment and assault related injuries in children and adolescents presenting to QLD Emergency Departments.
|Product Safety||2008||Bulletin||Bulletin 103 - Bunk Bed Related Injuries in QLD
This issue of the bulletin examines the pattern of injury associated with bunk bed use over the last 9 years in Queensland.
|Immersion and Submersion||2008||Bulletin||Bulletin 104 - Domestic Pool Immersion in Queensland Children under 5yrs
This issue of The Injury Bulletin re-examines domestic pool immersion in young children in Queensland.
|Sporting, Recreational and Leisure Injuries||2009||Bulletin||Bulletin 105 - Skateboard Injuries
This issue of the bulletin reports on skateboard associated injuries presenting to Queensland emergency departments.
|Request Reviews||2009||Bulletin||Bulletin 106 - A 5 year review of information requests to QISU
This edition of the bulletin reviews 5 years of information requests to QISU.
|Product Safety||2009||Bulletin||Bulletin 107 - Furniture and appliance tip over injuries in Children under 5yrs
This edition of the bulletin will describe the pattern of furniture/ appliance-related tip-over injuries to children under 5 years of age in Queensland.
|Product Safety||2009||Bulletin||Bulletin 108 - Pram and Stroller Related Injuries in QLD Children 0-5yrs
This report describes the pattern of pram and stroller related injuries for children under 5 years of age in Queensland.
|Magnet Related Injuries||2010||Bulletin||Bulletin 109 - Injuries due to Magnets in Children: An Emerging Hazard
This bulletin describes the burden of injury in Queensland children related to magnetic foreign bodies over the eleven year period (1999 to 2009).
|Safe Communities||2010||Bulletin||Bulletin 110 - Mackay Safe Community Ten years on; an injury profile of Mackay Regional Council: 2009
The Mackay Whitsunday Safe Communities was established in 2000 as a response to above average injury rates identified in the region.
|Substance and Alcohol Related Injuries||2011||Bulletin||Bulletin 111 - ED Presentations due to Alcohol-Related Injury in QLD
There is a clear association between alcohol consumption and injury, with Emergency services at the forefront of managing the majority of alcohol related incidents.
|Substance and Alcohol Related Injuries||2011||Bulletin||Bulletin 112 - Substance and Alcohol
The issue of substance use among children and youth is raising significant public and political concern.