- About the package
- 2021/22 Planning Package
- Legislative timeframes for submission of 2019/20 DHB Statements of Performance Expectations
- COVID-19 Hospital Resources
- Well Child / Tamariki Ora Quality Improvement Framework
- System Level Measures Framework
- Improvement plans
- SLM Annual Plan Guidance and Alliance Approaches
- Data to Support System Level Measures
- Acute Hospital Bed Days SLM Data
- Amenable Mortality SLM Data
- Babies Living in Smoke-free Homes SLM data
- Youth SLM Data
- Youth Experience of the Health System - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Real- Time Survey results for 10-24 year olds
- Sexual and Reproductive Health - Chlamydia testing coverage for 15-24 year olds
- Mental Health and Wellbeing - Self-harm hospitalisations and short stay ED presentations
- Alcohol and Other Drugs - Alcohol-related ED presentations for 10-24 year olds
- Access to Preventive Services - Adolescent oral health utilisation for school year 9-17 years of age
- Health Quality Measures NZ
- Regional hepatitis C guidance
- Long Term Conditions Outcome Framework
- Equity actions in the DHB Annual Plans
- Previous planning packages
Mental Health and Wellbeing - Self-harm hospitalisations and short stay ED presentations
This data shows the total number of self-harm hospitalisations among young people aged 10-24 (captured in NMDS) divided by the number of youth in the NZ resident population (Stats NZ). The title page provides further information on the measure.
Whilst the measure is meant for the youth population (<25), this report covers other age groups as well for comparison. Users have the ability to select the cohort of interest based on the drill down buttons in each tab as well as the standard population on the title page.
Note: Users should be careful when using some of the data due to quality issues. Please note the following three DHBs (of service) have unusually low discharges in the the first quarter of 2019.
- Hutt Valley
With each new report, the measures for all the periods of data that are presented are recalculated, not just the latest period. In other words the latest period results are not appended to previous results. As a result differences may exist for earlier times periods if compared to previous reports. These differences could be due to late returns and/or coding changes. Users will be explicitly informed of any change in the methodology for each of the measures.