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Australian Health Policy Collaboration


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Policy report

28 Nov 2016

Getting Australia's Health on Track 2016 is the subsequent policy report to the chronic disease report card Australia's Health Tracker 2016. Both were compiled by a national collaboration of Australia's leading chronic disease experts.

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24 Nov 2016

A digital platform from Victoria University, Australia’s Health Tracker by Area reveals that West Australians have low rates of high blood pressure (9.3%) while Tasmania’s blood pressure is soaring (12.1% have high blood pressure).

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker, Australia’s Adult Health Tracker and Australia’s Children and Young People Health Tracker are report cards that provide a comprehensive assessment of the health of Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors. The report cards will be issued...

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker, Australia’s Adult Health Tracker and Australia’s Children and Young People Health Tracker are report cards that provide a comprehensive assessment of the health of Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors. The report cards will be issued...

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker is the first comprehensive assessment of how Australia’s population is faring when

measured against these health targets for 2025. It includes data on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-

Indigenous people, and children as well as adults.

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Policy report

28 Nov 2016

Getting Australia's Health on Track 2016 is the subsequent policy report to the chronic disease report card Australia's Health Tracker 2016. Both were compiled by a national collaboration of Australia's leading chronic disease experts.

Getting...

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Website

24 Nov 2016

A digital platform from Victoria University, Australia’s Health Tracker by Area reveals that West Australians have low rates of high blood pressure (9.3%) while Tasmania’s blood pressure is soaring (12.1% have high blood pressure).

Australia’s Health Tracker by Area...

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker, Australia’s Adult Health Tracker and Australia’s Children and Young People Health Tracker are report cards that provide a comprehensive assessment of the health of Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors. The report cards will be issued...

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker, Australia’s Adult Health Tracker and Australia’s Children and Young People Health Tracker are report cards that provide a comprehensive assessment of the health of Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors. The report cards will be issued...

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Research report

05 Jul 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker is the first comprehensive assessment of how Australia’s population is faring when

measured against these health targets for 2025. It includes data on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-

Indigenous people, and children as well as adults.

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Discussion paper

20 Apr 2016

The AHPC policy paper, Investing in women’s mental health, strengthening the foundations for women, families and the Australian economy, discusses the extensive evidence that women’s mental health needs are significantly different from those of men. Certain mental illnesses are more...

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Discussion paper

01 Dec 2015

Foreword

Australia has a proud record of good policymaking to improve population health. Similarly ground-breaking policy approaches are required now to cope with the profound shift in the nature of illness in recent decades. Infections and injuries have become less...

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Technical report

25 Nov 2015

This report documents the targets and indications that can support, guide and track progress towards a substantial change in the health of Australia. The work comes for a national coalition through the operations of seven working groups and other supporting organisations.

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Technical report

01 Nov 2015

Foreword

Australian governments have maintained a strong focus on health policy over many years. Much of that focus has been cast as a reform agenda, addressing pressures facing health expenditure and public funding of health care; pressures on hospitals and the health...

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Discussion paper

07 Aug 2015

Analyses available baseline information for chronic diseases in Australia, as a starting point for chronic disease target and indicator consideration.

Introduction

The Australian Health Policy Collaboration (AHPC) is facilitating development of a set of targets and...

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