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(b) The number of attempted suicides by active mental health clients identified by Mental Health ACT during the 2003-04 financial year was three, which were reported to the General Manager of Mental Health ACT.

(2) All adverse clinical incidents are reviewed by the Mental Health ACT Clinical Incident Review Committee (CIRC). Where service issues or improvements to policy or practice are identified in relation to any adverse incident, the issue is addressed and implemented appropriately.

(3) (a) The number of active mental health clients who have had confirmed suicides through a completed coronial process since December 2001 includes:

February 2002: 2

March 2002: 1

April 2002: 3

June 2002: 1

July 2002: 1

October 2002: 2

January 2003: 1

February 2003: 2

May 2003: 2

June 2003: 1

August 2003: 1

December 2003: 1

January 2004: 1

(b) The number of attempted suicides by active mental health clients identified by Mental Health ACT since December 2001 includes:

August 2002: 1

October 2002: 2

December 2002: 1

January 2003: 2

February 2003: 2

April 2003: 4

May 2003: 1

March 2004: 1

April 2004: 1

June 2004: 1

Hospitals-births

(Question No 1702)

Mr Smyth asked the Acting Minister for Health, upon notice, on 1 July 2004:

(1) How many babies were born at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital in 2003-04;

(2) Are any other figures, for example home births, available to show how many babies in total were born in the A.C.T. in 2003-04;


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