The Official Injury Information Plan for 2010–12 sets out the work programme for the Official Injury Information Programme over 2010–12. The plan outlines Statistics New Zealand’s role as Injury Information Manager (IIM) and details the work that will be undertaken by government agencies to improve injury information. It gives those working in the injury sector and wider community, information about the progress of, and activities in, the Official Injury Information Programme.
The Official Injury Information Plan for 2010–12 details four priority areas to improve injury information over at least the two-year period, and the work programme for each of the priority areas. Key milestones show how the plan will be implemented. The plan also summarises the development of an agenda for action in 2009 and provides an update on the progress made in completing the work programme that was set out in the Official Injury Information Plan for 2009.
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Statistics New Zealand (2010). Official injury information plan 2010–12. Wellington: Statistics New Zealand
Published in December 2010 by
Statistics New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand
ISBN 978-0-478-35390-7 (online)
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