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Stillbirths and Infant Deaths

Tables below include historical data for stillbirths and infant deaths in Northern Ireland by geographical area. More detailed finalised statistics from the Registrar General Annual Report for 2014 are also available.
Further provisional stillbirth and infant death statistics for more recent years are available from the Registrar General Quarterly Reports

Stillbirths

 

Stillbirths, 1974 to 2014 (Excel)

Stillbirths by Local Government District, 1974 to 2014 (Excel)

Stillbirths by new 11 Administrative Areas, 2008 to 2014 (Excel)

Stillbirths by Health and Social Care Trust, 1974 to 2014 (Excel)

Infant Deaths

 

Infant Deaths by sex, 1887 to 2014 (Excel)

Infant Deaths by Local Government District, 1974 to 2014 (Excel)

Infant Deaths by new 11 Administrative Areas, 2008 to 2014 (Excel)

Infant Deaths by Health and Social Care Trust, 1974 to 2014 (Excel)

Interactive Infant Deaths and Stillbirths Tables, 2001-2011

Registrar General Quarterly Reports
Birth and Death Statistical Bulletins

Registrar General Annual Report 2014 - Section 4 Stillbirths and Infant Deaths (Excel files)

 

4.1

Stillbirths, numbers and rates, 1961 to 2014

4.2

Perinatal, neonatal, postneonatal and infant deaths, numbers and rates, 1946 to 2014

4.3

Infant deaths, numbers and rates by age, 1951 to 2014

4.4a

Deaths of all children under one year, by Administrative Area, 2014

4.4b

Deaths of all children under one year, by the new 11 Administrative Areas, 2014

4.5

Stillbirths and infant deaths, by sex and cause, 2008 to 2014

4.6

Stillbirth and infant death rates, by sex and selected cause, 2008 to 2014

4.7

Stillbirths and infant deaths, by sex, cause and NS-SeC, 2014

2014 Section 4 - Tables 4.1 to 4.7

Registrar General Annual Report 2013 Section 4 Stillbirths and Infant Deaths

 

2013 Section 4 - Tables 4.1 to 4.7 (Excel)

Registrar General Annual Report 2012 Section 4 Stillbirths and Infant Deaths

 

2012 Section 4 - Tables 4.1 to 4.7 (Excel)

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