AIHW, Laws P, Hilder L (2008) Australia's mothers and babies 2006, AIHW, Australian Government, accessed 08 June 2023.
AIHW, Laws P, Hilder L. (2008). Australia's mothers and babies 2006. Canberra: AIHW.
AIHW, Laws P, Hilder L. Australia's mothers and babies 2006. AIHW, 2008.
AIHW, Laws P, Hilder L. Australia's mothers and babies 2006. Canberra: AIHW; 2008.
AIHW, Laws P, Hilder L 2008, Australia's mothers and babies 2006, AIHW, Canberra.
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Australia's mothers and babies 2006 is the sixteenth report providing information on births in Australia from perinatal data collections for each state and territory. The report presents demographic, pregnancy and childbirth factors of women who gave birth in 2006 and the characteristics and outcomes of their babies. The report is produced by the AIHW National Perinatal Statistics Unit based at the University of New South Wales and can be used by researchers, academics, students, policy makers and health service planners, and those providing services in reproductive health.
Australia’s mothers and babies 2006 is the 16th annual report on pregnancy and childbirth in Australia. The report provides national information on women who gave birth in 2006 and the characteristics and outcomes of their babies. The report is based primarily on the National Perinatal Data Collection. In 2006, 277,436 women gave birth to 282,169 babies in Australia. This included 280,078 live births and 2,091 fetal deaths. The increase in births continued, with 9,750 more births (3.6%) than reported in 2005.
Of women who gave birth in 2006:
Of babies born in 2006:
Preliminary material: Acknowledgments; Abbreviations
End matter: Glossary; References; List of tables; List of figures
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