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Standard Report on Methods and Quality for Late Deaths Registration, Ireland

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This documentation applies to the reporting period: <2007 onwards>

Last edited: 01/10/2009

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Every death occurring in Ireland must be registered with the General Register Office. The details of these death registrations are compiled into statistical reports by the Central Statistics Office, acting on behalf of the Department of Health and Children. For some deaths there is a large delay between the death occurring, and the death being registered. Deaths that are not registered in the calendar year they occurred, or in the following calendar year, are classified as Late Deaths, and the statistics on these deaths are presented separately.


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