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Examining a core assumption of policy and services for older Indigenous Australians

 

Overview

This project looked at ageing among Indigenous people to see if the characteristics of ageing were similar for Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations, but occurring at younger ages among Indigenous people due to their younger age structure. The project aimed to consider the implications of the research results for aged care policies.

 

Contacts

Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit
Level 4
207 Bouverie Street
Carlton VIC 3053
Ph: (03) 8344 0813
Fax: (03) 8344 0824
Email: onemda-nfo@unimelb.edu.au

Related publications

Cotter P, Anderson I, Smith LR (2007)

Indigenous Australians: ageing without longevity?.

In: Borowski A, Ozanne E, Encel S, eds. Longevity and social change in Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press:

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Last updated: 8 March 2010
 
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