Birth projections for the Dublin maternity hospitals: 2000 - 2016.
|dc.contributor.author||Trinity College Dublin. Department of Public Health and Primary Care. Small Area Health Research Unit.|
|dc.contributor.author||Small Area Health Research Unit (SAHRU)|
|dc.contributor.author||Eastern Regional Health Authority (ERHA)|
|dc.description||This study was commissioned by the Eastern Regional Health Authority. This report documents the development and results for the birth projection model for the Greater Dublin Area for the period 2000 (the base year) to 2016. The Area in question includes Counties Wicklow, Kildare and Dublin (the Eastern Regional Health Authority) and County Meath. Ninety-five percent of all live births in the Greater Dublin Area take place in the four Dublin maternity hospitals (viz. the National Maternity Hospital (Holles Street), the Coombe Women's Hospital, the Rotunda Hospital and Mount Carmel). These hospitals accommodated 99% of all live births in Co. Dublin and 84% of all live births in the Counties of Kildare, Meath and Wicklow. A small percentage (about 5%) of births in these hospitals are from outside the Greater Dublin Area.||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||Eastern Regional Health Authority (ERHA)||en_GB|
|dc.title||Birth projections for the Dublin maternity hospitals: 2000 - 2016.||en_GB|