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Private Lives 2 (PL2) is a report on the second national survey of the health and wellbeing of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Australians. The first Private Lives (PL1) was released in 2006 and was, at that time, the largest survey of its kind...
On 16 June 2011 the Parliament established the Joint Select Committee on Australia's Immigration Detention Network.
Chapter 1 sets out the administrative arrangements for the inquiry and outlines the roles of the key organisations and government agencies involved in the immigration detention network....
This paper explores the concept of community resilience and outlines some of the recent frameworks and tools that have been developed to understand and measure it.
It is likely to be most useful to service providers, practitioners and policy-makers engaged with regional and rural...
In Australia the body of knowledge of likely scenarios of climate change impact over the next few decades has increased significantly in both its robustness and level of detail. The Climate Commission’s (2011) report on The Critical Decade: Climate Science, Risks and Responses summarises the...
To determine issues that affect newly resettled refugees in accessing an emergency department (ED).
Design, setting and participants:
We conducted a descriptive community survey using a semistructured questionnaire. Newly resettled refugees from the Middle...
This resource presents and discusses a snapshot of data describing the rates of involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in child protection and out of home care.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are over-represented in child protection and out-of-home...
This snapshot of recent Australian research projects demonstrates the potential for primary health care research to improve the health of Australians.
Snapshot of Australian primary health care research 2011 is a collaborative venture involving representatives from PHC RIS, the Australian Government Department of Health...
Differences in culture can become apparent when families seek out or require access to health care in Australia.
The importance of family health care is that it aims to strengthen and support families, prevent illness and manage risks (Barnes & Rowe 2009). Given that...
This report provides a comprehensive picture of gynaecological cancer in Australia including how rates differ by geographical area, socioeconomic status, Indigenous status and country of birth.
This report provides for the first time a comprehensive summary of national statistics about gynaecological cancer in Australia....