Causes of death of children with a child protection history 2002-11 Special Report to Parliament
|Category||Reports and submissions|
|Publication Date||10 April 2014|
This report outlines the findings from research undertaken by the NSW Child Death review Team into the causes of death of children with a child protection history over the 10-year period 2002-2011. The research has identified that children with a child protection history have a higher rate of death from certain causes, including sudden unexpected death in infancy, and unnatural causes, such as fire and assault.
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