1351.0.55.062 - Research Paper: Psychosocial risk factors as they relate to coroner-referred deaths in Australia, 2017  
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All tables from the Research Paper: Psychosocial risk factors as they relate to coroner-referred deaths in Australia (cat. no. 1351.0.55.062) are available in these spreadsheets. Data for 2017 is preliminary, and will be subject to the ABS revisions process in coming years.

The research paper can be found in the 'Summary' tab. The Annex, which provides a listing of the psychosocial risk factors as well as inclusion and exclusion terms can be accessed through the 'Explanatory Notes' tab.

Each worksheet in the files contains one table. There are 22 tables in total and these are listed below.

Tables in
Psychosocial risk factors as they relate to coroner-referred deaths in Australia

Psychosocial risk factors
1.1 Coroner-certified deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Number of deaths, 10 year age groups by sex by intent, Australia, 2017
1.2 Coroner-certified deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Proportion of deaths, 10 year age groups by sex by intent, Australia, 2017
1.3 Coroner-certified deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Number of deaths, Indigenous status by sex by intent, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Northern Territory, 2017
1.4 Coroner-certified deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Proportion of deaths, Indigenous status by sex by intent, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Northern Territory, 2017
1.5 Most frequently occurring psychosocial risk factors by intent, coroner-certified drug induced deaths, Australia, 2017

Psychosocial risk factors - Suicide deaths
2.1 Suicide deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Number and proportion of suicide deaths, 10 year age groups by sex, 2017
2.2 Most frequently occurring psychosocial risk factors by age group and sex, Number and proportion of suicide deaths, 2017
2.3 Most frequently occurring psychosocial risk factors, Indigenous status by sex, Number of suicide deaths, 2017
2.4 Suicide deaths recording at least one risk factor, by State of Registration, Number and proportion of suicide deaths, 2017
2.5 Co-occurrence of psychosocial risk factors, Number of co-occurring risk factors by risk factor, 2017
2.6 Co-occurrence of psychosocial risk factors, by psychosocial risk factor and sex, 2017
2.7 Suicide deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor and selected mental health conditions, Number and proportion of suicide deaths, 2017
2.8 Psychosocial risk factors associated with suicide deaths of people with cancer, 2017
2.9 Most frequently occurring associated causes including psychosocial risk factors, 20 year age groups by sex, Number of suicide deaths, 2017
2.10 Most frequently occurring associated causes including psychosocial risk factors, 20 year age groups by sex, Proportion of suicide deaths, 2017
2.11 Social determinants of health, by sex, Number of suicide deaths, 2017

Psychosocial risk factors - Accidental deaths
3.1 Accidental and accidental drug induced deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Number and proportion of deaths, selected age groups by sex, 2017
3.2 Accidental drug induced deaths recording at least one psychosocial risk factor, Number and proportion of accidental drug induced deaths, 10 year age groups by sex, 2017
3.3 Most frequently occurring psychosocial risk factors by sex, Number and proportion of accidental drug induced deaths, 2017
3.4 Accidental drug induced deaths recording at least one risk factor, Number and proportion of accidental drug induced deaths, by sex, 2017
3.5 Accidental drug induced deaths with selected illicit drugs involved by psychosocial risk factor, Number and proportion of deaths, 2017
3.6 Most frequently occurring associated causes including psychosocial risk factors, by sex, Number and proportion of accidental drug induced deaths, 2017