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This Overview of Australian Indigenous health status provides information about: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations; the context of Indigenous health; various measures of population health status; selected health conditions; and health risk and protective factors.

Overview of Australian Indigenous health status 2014 (PDF - 5.3 MB)

Suggested citation: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (2015). Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2014. Retrieved [access date] from

© Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet 2015 
This product, excluding the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet logo, artwork, and any material owned by a third party or protected by a trademark, has been released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) licence. Excluded material owned by third parties may include, for example, design and layout, images obtained under licence from third parties and signatures.

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These PowerPoint slides, derived from the HealthInfoNet's Overview of Australian Indigenous health status 2014, are designed to help lecturers and others provide information about the health status of Indigenous Australians.

Please note these slides do not contain full referencing details or notes for the tables (these can be found in the Overview).

By downloading these slides you have agreed to retain the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet logo and branding. You are not required to use all slides, and are free to use just those slides that are relevant for your presentation. Two versions are provided:

Last updated: 28 July 2015
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