8 publications that are related to Child health , sorted by release date
Annual data on sudden infant deaths in England and Wales and infant deaths for which the cause remained unascertained after a full investigation, with associated risk factors.
Keywords: SIDS, sudden infant deaths, unascertained deaths, cot death, SUDI
Cancer survival in England: adult, stage at diagnosis and childhood - patients followed up to 2018 (Latest release)1-year, 5-year, and 10-year net-survival estimates for adults and children diagnosed with cancer between 2013 and 2017 and followed up to 2018, and by stage at diagnosis.
Keywords: neoplasms, diagnoses, tumour, national, survival estimates
Stillbirths, infant and childhood deaths occurring annually in England and Wales, and associated risk factors.
Keywords: deaths under one year, neonatal, postneonatal, mortality rate, death rate
Children whose families struggle to get on are more likely to have mental disorders (Latest release)Children living in families that struggle to function well are more likely to have a mental disorder1 than those from healthy functioning families, new analysis has shown.
Keywords: Mental health, children, healthy functioning, NHS
Deaths from causes that are considered avoidable in the presence of timely and effective healthcare or public health interventions. Data are based on a revised definition of avoidable mortality (introduced in data year 2014) for all persons and a separate indicator for children and young people.
Keywords: deaths amenable to healthcare, preventable conditions, leading causes of death, heart disease, cancer
Analysis of children's and young people’s views, experiences and suggestions to overcome loneliness, using in-depth interviews, the Community Life Survey 2016 to 2017 and Good Childhood Index Survey, 2018.
Keywords: lonely, children, isolated, young adults, qualitative, well-being
Keywords: Health, People, Population and Community
Childhood cancer survival in England: children diagnosed from 1990 to 2014 and followed up to 2015 (Latest release)Long-term trends in the number of children (aged 0 to 14) surviving cancer 5 and 10 years after diagnosis.
Keywords: diagnosis, malignant tumour, cancerous, child