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Title: Excess Winter Mortality in Northern Ireland - 2010/11

Release date: 29 November 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: A measure of the increase in winter mortality defined as the difference between the number of deaths in the winter months of December to March and the average number of deaths in the preceding August to November and the following April to July.

Title: Excess Winter Mortality in Northern Ireland - 2011/12

Release date: 29 November 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: A measure of the increase in winter mortality defined as the difference between the number of deaths in the winter months of December to March and the average number of deaths in the preceding August to November and the following April to July.

Title: Excess Winter Mortality in Northern Ireland - 2012/13

Release date: 26 November 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: A measure of the increase in winter mortality defined as the difference between the number of deaths in the winter months of December to March and the average number of deaths in the preceding August to November and the following April to July.