Emergency

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Wellbeing recovery after mass shootings: information for the response to the Christchurch mosque attacks 2019

On Friday 15 March 2019, two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, were attacked by one shooter. To date, 51 people have died from their injuries. Forty-five people were hospitalised on the day of the shooting, and 118 people were treated or admitted by Canterbury DHB in relation to the incident (as at 7 May 2019). 

A rapid literature review undertaken suggests that mass shootings are more intensely traumatic than other disasters, but that the majority of those affected by mass shootings will be resilient.

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Non-Residents use of ambulances

Re non-residents use of emergency ambulance services.

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Drug related visits to Emergency Department

Drug-related visits to A & E and admissions to Christchurch Hospital in the past ten years.

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Canterbury DHB Pandemic Influenza Coordination Plan 2018

The purpose of this plan is to outline the Canterbury DHB (CDHB) coordination strategies to manage the risk of pandemic influenza.

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People admitted to Emergency Department with clinical code for amphetamine

Number of people admitted to ED and given a clinical code related to amphetamine

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Canterbury DHB Health Emergency Plan 2017

The Canterbury DHB Health Emergency Plan outlines at a high level, an approach for emergency planning and response. 

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