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Summary of Australian Indigenous health, 2011

by Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

Year 2012
City Perth, WA
Institution Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Date April 2012


The Summary of Australian Indigenous health, 2011 provides a plain language summary of the most recent indicators of the health of Indigenous people. It includes Indigenous-specific information on:

  • population
  • births
  • deaths
  • common health problems
  • health risk and protective factors.

The Summary has been prepared by the HealthInfoNet as part of its effort to help 'close the gap' by providing the evidence base to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. The Summary aims to make this information available to all people, including those without a specialised knowledge of the health field. The HealthInfoNet makes relevant high quality knowledge and information readily accessible to policy makers, health service providers, program managers, clinicians, researchers and the general community.

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