Organisation

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Acronym
AIHW
Owning Institution

Items authored

Research report

9 Oct 2018

This report focuses on trends in deaths due to injury and poisoning that occurred over the period 1999–00 to 2014–15. Rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were generally at least twice as high as rates for non-Indigenous Australians over the period from 2001–02 to 2014–15.

Discussion paper

4 Oct 2018

This exploration of potentially preventable hospitalisations focuses on conditions that may be prevented or managed best by general practice to minimise likelihood of admission. The proposed specification was developed in conjunction with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, with a view to use as...

Research report

2 Oct 2018

This report is the latest in the BreastScreen Australia monitoring report series , which is published annually to provide regular monitoring of BreastScreen Australia. The latest data available for women aged 50–74, the target age group since 1 July 2013, are presented.

Research report

28 Sep 2018

Australia spent nearly $181 billion on health in 2016–17. This is more than $7,400 per person and 10% of overall economic activity. This represents higher growth in spending than in recent years.

Research report

21 Sep 2018

A three year partnership between the DVA and AIHW has been established to run from 2017–18 to 2019–20, with the aim of building a comprehensive profile of the health and welfare of Australia’s veteran population.

Items published

Research report

9 Oct 2018

This report focuses on trends in deaths due to injury and poisoning that occurred over the period 1999–00 to 2014–15. Rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were generally at least twice as high as rates for non-Indigenous Australians over the period from 2001–02 to 2014–15.

Discussion paper

4 Oct 2018

This exploration of potentially preventable hospitalisations focuses on conditions that may be prevented or managed best by general practice to minimise likelihood of admission. The proposed specification was developed in conjunction with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, with a view to use as...

Research report

2 Oct 2018

This report is the latest in the BreastScreen Australia monitoring report series , which is published annually to provide regular monitoring of BreastScreen Australia. The latest data available for women aged 50–74, the target age group since 1 July 2013, are presented.

Research report

28 Sep 2018

Australia spent nearly $181 billion on health in 2016–17. This is more than $7,400 per person and 10% of overall economic activity. This represents higher growth in spending than in recent years.

Research report

21 Sep 2018

A three year partnership between the DVA and AIHW has been established to run from 2017–18 to 2019–20, with the aim of building a comprehensive profile of the health and welfare of Australia’s veteran population.

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