Auckland District Health Board



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Mental health


Table : Hospitalisations for injury from intentional self-harm, 15–24 and 25–44 years, Auckland DHB, 2011–2013

Age group and gender

Māori

Non-Māori

Māori/non-Māori

ratio (95% CI)



Rate difference

Ave. no. per year

Age-standardised

rate per 100,000 (95% CI)



Ave. no. per year

Age-standardised

rate per 100,000 (95% CI)



15–24 years

Female

29

781.1

(630.8,

967.2)

146

471.7

(428.6,

519.3)

1.66

(1.31,

2.09)

309.4

Male

13

352.2

(258.0,

480.9)

49

149.6

(126.8,

176.5)

2.35

(1.66,

3.35)

202.7

Total

42

566.7

(475.1,

675.9)

196

310.7

(285.9,

337.6)

1.82

(1.50,

2.22)

256.0

25–44 years

Female

20

341.7

(264.6,

441.3)

118

169.7

(152.9,

188.4)

2.01

(1.53,

2.65)

172.0

Male

18

332.4

(253.8,

435.4)

72

110.7

(96.8,

126.5)

3.00

(2.22,

4.06)

221.7

Total

37

337.1

(279.9,

405.9)

190

140.2

(129.1,

152.2)

2.40

(1.96,

2.95)

196.9

Source: NMDS.
Note: Ratios in bold show that Māori rates were significantly different from non-Māori rates in the DHB.

Among Māori aged 15–24 years, on average there were 42 admissions per year for injury from intentional self-harm, at a rate 82% higher than the rate of non-Māori, or 256 more admissions per 100,000. Females were admitted at a higher rate than males.

Among Māori aged 25–44 years there were 37 admissions per year on average, at a rate 2.4 times the non-Māori rate, or nearly 200 more admissions per 100,000.




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