A Comprehensive Chemical Injury Surveillance System for NZ - Outcome of a Pilot Study and Proposal for National Implementation

Friday 20th September 2019


Summary

This report describes the further evolution of thinking and practice towards a chemical injury surveillance system for New Zealand. In particular it summarises the outcomes of the previous two proposals, discusses the concept of a comprehensive surveillance system, presents the results of a trial in the Auckland region and outlines a proposal for national implementation of a comprehensive chemical injury surveillance system (CCISS).

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A Comprehensive Chemical Injury Surveillance System for NZ - Outcome of a Pilot Study and Proposal for National Implementation

 

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