Drawing on a wide range of data sources, this report provides a snapshot of the health of Australia's males. Examples of the report's detailed findings include: males born between 2007-2009 can expect to live 24 years longer than males born between 1901-1910; around two-thirds of adult males and one-quarter of boys are overweight or obese; nearly half have ever had a mental health condition; nearly one-quarter have a disability and nearly one-third have a chronic health condition; 16% of males do not use any Medicare services in a year.
ISBN 978-1-74249-177-6; Cat. no. PHE 141; 62pp.; Internet only
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- Body section
- Australia's males at a glance
- Age distribution
- Demographic characteristics
- Socioeconomic characteristics
- What lifestyle factors influence male health?
- Fruit and vegetable intake
- Physical activity
- Participation in sport and physical activity
- 'Sufficient' physical activity
- Excess body weight
- Alcohol consumption
- Illicit drug use
- Sexual risk behaviours
- Health literacy
- What is the health status of Australia's males?
- Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy
- Burden of disease
- Self-assessed health status
- Long-term conditions
- Mental health
- Male reproductive and sexual health
- Workplace injury and fatalities
- What health services do Australia's males access?
- Barriers to accessing health services
- Preventive health
- Use of Medicare
- General practice
- Admitted patient care
- Emergency department services
- Mental health services
- Alcohol and other drug treatment services
- End matter
AIHW 2011. The health of Australia's males. Cat. no. PHE 141. Canberra: AIHW. Viewed 30 July 2016 <http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=10737419204>.