The AIHW releases data at a range of geographies, including by areas smaller than states and territories. Reporting at these smaller, more ‘local’ areas can show results that may be masked by results for the whole of Australia, or for states and territories—allowing a better understanding for the local community, clinicians, policymakers and researchers.
The AIHW most commonly reports smaller areas by:
Due to the smaller number of results in these smaller areas, and the strict privacy and confidentiality controls applied to data, results are sometimes unable to be reported for all areas in Australia.
The latest information for people in a PHN area.
National Drug Strategy Household Survey 2016: detailed findings
Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services in Australia 2016–17
Health risk factors in 2014–15
Cancer Incidence and Mortality Across Regions (CIMAR) books
Cancer incidence and mortality in Australia by small geographic areas
Cancer screening in Australia by small geographic areas 2015–2016
Incidence of selected cancers in 2009–2013
Participation in national cancer screening programs in 2015–2016
Incidence of insulin-treated diabetes in Australia
Medicare Benefits Schedule GP and specialist attendances and expenditure in 2016–17
Patients' out-of-pocket spending on Medicare services
Geographical variation in chronic kidney disease
Specialist homelessness services annual report 2017–18
Specialist Homelessness Services Collection data cubes 2011–18
SA2, SA3, SA4, LG ad PHN
Potentially preventable hospitalisations in 2015–16
Indigenous eye health measures 2017
Indigenous health check (MBS 715) data tool
Spatial distribution of the supply of the clinical health workforce 2014: relationship to the distribution of the Indigenous population
Spatial variation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s access to 4 types of maternal health services
Life expectancy and potentially avoidable deaths in 2014–2016
Mortality Over Regions and Time (MORT) books
Australia's mothers and babies 2016—in brief
Child and maternal health in 2014–2016
Teenage mothers in Australia 2015
An interactive insight into overweight and obesity in Australia
Overweight and obesity rates across Australia, 2014–15
Coordination of health care – experiences with GP care among patients aged 45 and over, 2016
HPV immunisation rates 2015–16
Immunisation rates for children in 2016–17
Patient experiences in Australia in 2016–17
1. Where the report is part of a series or has updated a previous release, only the latest edition is listed.
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