Australian Health Policy Collaboration

Source Details

The Australian Health Policy Collaboration promotes and supports a national policy agenda for the prevention of chronic diseases that improves population health and wellbeing in Australia.

Link to organisation: https://www.vu.edu.au/australian-health-policy-collaboration

Owning Institution: Victoria University

Source Type: Education

Website
24 November 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker by Area is developed by the Australian Health Policy Collaboration at Victoria University with the Public Health Information and Development Unit at...

Report
5 July 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...

Report
5 July 2016

Australia’s Children and Young People Health Tracker report card provides a comprehensive assessment of the health of young Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors.

Report
5 July 2016

Australia’s Health Tracker report card provides a comprehensive assessment of the health of Australians in relation to chronic diseases and their risk factors.

Discussion paper
20 April 2016

Discusses the extensive evidence that women’s mental health needs are significantly different from those of men and argues that it is time for a new approach aimed at tackling these gendered risks...

Discussion paper
1 December 2015

This paper is part of an Australian Health Policy Collaboration series outlining the evidence about the challenges of making our health systems fit for 21st century conditions.

Technical report
1 November 2015

This paper summarises the evidence of the contributions and capacity for health insurance and financing arrangements to enable greater capacity for health service provision.

Report
7 August 2015

Tailored to Australia’s population health needs, this paper reviews the nationally available data relevant to the World Health Organization’s 25 x 25 targets and indicators, identifying any gaps...

Discussion paper
7 August 2015

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