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Unexplained Deaths in Infancy: England and Wales, 2012
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales includes both sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unascertained after a full investigation.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
20 Aug 14 Statistical bulletin
Gestation-specific Infant Mortality in England and Wales - 2011
Live births and infant deaths by gestational age, birthweight, multiplicity, mother's age, marital status, household occupation and ethnic group.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
10 Oct 13 Release
Gestation-specific Infant Mortality in England and Wales, 2011
Live births and infant deaths by gestational age, birthweight, multiplicity, mother's age, marital status, household occupation and ethnic group
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
10 Oct 13 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained Deaths in Infancy: England and Wales, 2011
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
21 Aug 13 Statistical bulletin
Pre-release Access List: Infant and Perinatal Mortality in England and Wales by Social and Biological Factors, 2011 (Pdf 60Kb)
This bulletin presents statistics on infant and perinatal deaths that occurred in England and Wales in 2011. Perinatal deaths are stillbirths and deaths that occur during the first week of life. Infant deaths are those that occur in the first year of life.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
20 Nov 12 Report
Infant and Perinatal Mortality in England and Wales by Social and Biological Factors, 2011
This Statistical Bulletin presents statistics on infant and perinatal deaths that occurred in England and Wales in 2011. Figures are presented by a range of biological and social factors that are associated with high rates of infant mortality. These include birthweight, mother's age at birth of child, mother's country of birth, marital status, parity (the total number of births a woman has had previously) and father's socio-economic status based on his occupation.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
20 Nov 12 Statistical bulletin
Measuring National Well-being - Children's Well-being, 2012
This article is published as part of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Measuring National Well-being Programme and discusses the well-being of children. The Programme aims to produce accepted and trusted measures of the well-being of the nation - how the UK as a whole is doing. The Programme is also publishing more in depth analyses.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Country
26 Oct 12 Article
Gestation-specific infant mortality in England and Wales, 2010
Live births and infant deaths by gestational age, birthweight, multiplicity, mother's age, marital status, household occupation and ethnic group
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, UK and GB
10 Oct 12 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained Deaths in Infancy - England and Wales, 2010
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
21 Aug 12 Statistical bulletin
Pre-release Access List: Unexplained Deaths in Infancy - England and Wales, 2010 (Pdf 32Kb)
Report on unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales which includes sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
21 Aug 12 Report
Urban Audit IV - United Kingdom Cities Compared with European Cities, March 2012
Different data for 12 large cities in the UK compared against a selection of other European cities – topics include demography, climate, and crime to name a few. The purpose of this is to highlight the variety of data published through the Urban Audit data source, and to explore some aspects of the quality of life experienced in these cities.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County, Other
23 Mar 12 Article
Infant and perinatal mortality in England and Wales by social and biological factors, 2010
This bulletin presents statistics on infant and perinatal deaths that occurred in England and Wales in 2010. Perinatal deaths are stillbirths and deaths that occur during the first week of life. Infant deaths are those that occur in the first year of life.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
22 Nov 11 Statistical bulletin
Gestation-specific Infant Mortality in England and Wales, 2009
Live births and infant deaths by gestational age, birthweight, multiplicity, mother's age, marital status, household occupation and ethnic group
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
11 Oct 11 Statistical bulletin
Quality of ethnicity and gestation data subnationally for births and infant deaths in England and Wales, 2005-2008
Births registered in England and Wales are linked to birth notifications records to utilise key variables. These linked records are further linked to death registration records. This permits publication of live births and infant deaths by ethnicity and gestational age, and additionally by birthweight, multiplicity of births, mother's age, marital status (registration type) and father's occupation. This release reports on the data subnationally.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
13 Sep 11 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2009
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
16 Aug 11 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy, 2009 (Pdf 124Kb)
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
16 Aug 11 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2009 (Pdf 33Kb)
This bulletin looks at unexplained infant deaths which are one aspect of infant mortality. Reporting the findings helps understanding of some of the risk factors for these unexplained infant deaths.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
16 Aug 11 Report
Health Statistics Quarterly - No. 50, Summer 2011: An analysis of the socio-demographic characteristics of sole registered births and infant deaths, Summer 2011 (Pdf 290Kb)
No. 50, Summer 2011
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country
24 May 11 Article
Results from the ICD-10 2010 bridge coding study: stillbirths and neonatal deaths (Pdf 66Kb)
The software used by Office for National Statistics (ONS) for cause of death coding has been updated this year from the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) v2001.2 to v2010. This bulletin presents the main findings from a bridge coding study of 2009 stillbirth and neonatal death registrations (in which deaths were independently coded using v2001.2 and v2010), to help users understand the impact of this change on perinatal mortality statistics for England and Wales. The impact of ICD-10 v2010 on other deaths has been investigated in a seperate study.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, UK and GB
01 Feb 11 Statistical bulletin
Gestation-specific infant mortality in England and Wales, 2007-08 (Pdf 88Kb)
Births that occurred in England and Wales in 2007 or 2008 and which have been linked to birth notifications data.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, UK and GB
30 Nov 10 Statistical bulletin
Infant and perinatal mortality in England and Wales by social and biological factors, 2009
This bulletin presents statistics on infant and perinatal deaths that occurred in England and Wales in 2009. Infant deaths are those that occur in the first year of life. Perinatal deaths are stillbirths and deaths that occur during the first week of life. The report focuses on the 98 per cent of infant deaths which have been successfully linked to their corresponding birth records (see Background note 2). This linkage enables analysis of infant and perinatal deaths by risk factors collected at birth registration. These include birthweight, mother's age at birth of child, mother's country of birth, marital status, parity and father's socio-economic status based on his occupation.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country
24 Nov 10 Statistical bulletin
Infant and Perinatal mortality in England and Wales by social and biological factors, 2009 (Pdf 208Kb)
This bulletin on infant and perinatal mortality presents statistics on infant deaths and births that occurred in 2009. The report focuses on the 98 per cent of infant deats which have been successfully linked to their corresponding birth records. This linkage enables analysis of infant and perinatal deaths by risk factors collected at birth registration. These inlcude birthweight, mother's age at birth of child, mother's country of birth, marital status, parity and father's socio-economic status based on his occupation.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, UK and GB
24 Nov 10 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2008 (Pdf 198Kb)
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
18 Aug 10 Statistical bulletin
Infant and perinatal mortality in England and Wales by social and biological factors, 2008 (Pdf 251Kb)
The figures presented for 2008 in this report relate to live births, stillbirths and infant deaths that occurred in England and Wales in 2008 and comprise the infant deaths which had been linked to their corresponding birth records by 22 September 2009. Only infant deaths that have been linked to their corresponding birth records are indluded as linkage enables analysis of infant and perinatal deaths by risk factors collected at birth registration. These include birthweight, mother's age at birth of child, mother's country of birth, marital status, parity and father's socio-economic status based on his occupation.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
24 Nov 09 Statistical bulletin
Infant and perinatal mortality in England and Wales by social and biological factors, 2008
The data used in this report are all infant deaths and stillbirths which occurred in the stated year, and the annual totals of births which occurred for that year. This report focuses on the deaths which have been successfully linked to their corresponding birth records, to make social and biological factors available for analyses.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country
24 Nov 09 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2007 (Pdf 228Kb)
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
26 Aug 09 Statistical bulletin
Gestation-specific infant mortality by social and biological, 2006 (Pdf 542Kb)
ONS publishes infant mortality statistics by social and biological factors annually using infant death records linked to their corresponding birth records. With the introduction in 2002 of the NHS Numbers for Babies (NN4B) system for allocating NHS numbers at birth for all babies born in England and Wales, data could be collected by gestational age and ethnicity, not normally recorded at birth registration.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
28 May 09 Report
Gestation-specific infant mortality by social and biological factors among babies born in England and Wales in 2006
Gestation-specific infant mortality by social and biological factors for all babies born in England and Wales in 2006. It includes, for the first time, gestation-specific infant mortality rates by ethnic group.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
28 May 09 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2006
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
28 Aug 08 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2006 (Pdf 29Kb)
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
28 Aug 08 Statistical bulletin
Unexplained deaths in infancy: England and Wales, 2007
Unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales including sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
26 Aug 08 Statistical bulletin
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