Access to quality injury surveillance data provides immense research potential and is crucial to the development of effective injury prevention and safety promotion. The Injury Atlas of Victoria is an interactive online tool that enables stakeholders to explore and learn more about the public health burden associated with hospital-treated unintentional injuries in Victoria.

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Every year on averaged 110,000 injury cases are admitted to Victorian hospitals as a result of unintentional-related injuries

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Every year on averaged 10,000 injury cases are admitted to Victorian hospitals as a result of sports-related injuries

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Welcome to the Injury Atlas of Victoria

The Injury Atlas of Victoria is developed by the Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU), Monash University Australia. The Atlas of Victoria presents de-identified hospital-treated unintentional injury data supplied by the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria. This can be used by government departments and agencies of all levels, health and injury prevention organisations, media, business and industry, education institutions, research groups and the community.

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Injury Atlas

Hospital-admitted unintentional injury in Victoria 2006-2017

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Sport Injury Atlas

Hospital-admitted sport injury in Victoria 2006-2017

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VISU Data Request Service

Data requests that are within VISU capabilities but beyond the capability of the Injury Atlas