Hospitalisation for head injury due to assault among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, July 1999--June 2005.
- Published Article
The Medical journal of Australia
- Publication Date
May 19, 2008
Indigenous people, particularly women, were disproportionately represented among those hospitalised for head injury due to assault. Head injury imposes a substantial burden of care on individuals and communities. Along with the costs of treating head injury, these are good reasons to strengthen efforts to prevent head injury generally, with special attention to high-risk population segments.
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