Tuesday, 29th April 2014
Violence in England and Wales in 2013: An Accident and Emergency Perspective
Source: Violence and Society Research Group, Cardiff University (UK)
From Press Release:
Numbers of people injured in serious violence dropped by 12% in 2013 compared to 2012, according to an England and Wales study by Cardiff University.
Overall, an estimated 234,509 people attended Emergency Departments (EDs), Minor Injury Units (MIUs) and Walk-in Centres in England and Wales for treatment following violence in 2013 – 32,780 fewer than in 2012.
The data was gathered from a scientific sample of 117 EDs, MIUs and Walk-in Centres in England and Wales.
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