Mental health - New referrals received by mental health and addiction teams by age, sex and referral source, 2011/12

Ministry of Health

Notes

Referral: A referral may take several forms, most notably: (a) a request for management of a problem or provision of a service (eg, a request for an investigation, intervention or treatment) (b) notification of a problem with the hope, expectation or imposition of its management. The common factor in all referrals is a communication whose intent is the transfer of care/support, in part or in whole. A person can have more than one referral open at once and therefore may be counted against each referral source.

Data provided by

Ministry of Health

Dataset name

Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12

Webpage:

http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/mental-health-and-addiction-service-use-2011-12

Import & extraction details

File as imported: Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12

From the dataset Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12, this data was extracted:

  • Sheet:
  • Range: C5:U91
  • Provided: 1,653 data points

This data forms the table Mental health - New referrals received by mental health and addiction teams by age, sex and referral source, 2011/12.

Dataset originally released on:

December 19, 2014