The health of Australia's males and females
CONTENT WARNING: This report contains information some readers may find distressing as it refers to data about suicide and self-harm.
Australian males and females are living longer, have improved access to health care and overall better quality of life than males and females alive in the early 20th century.
Towards an estimate of the prevalence of lymphoedema in Australia
As the title suggests, AIHW’s latest report, Towards an estimate of the prevalence of lymphoedema in Australia, aims to evaluate the effectiveness of available data sources in determining the number of Australian’s living with lymphoedema.
AIHW establishes National Centre for Monitoring Dementia
The AIHW is establishing a National Centre for Monitoring Dementia
COVID-19: the next normal—strengthening the system for 2021 and beyond
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for quality timely data to drive better health and welfare decision-making.
How the AIHW is assisting the COVID-19 response
The Australian Government Department of Health collates national data about COVID–19 (coronavirus) and other notifiable communicable diseases. Data is being published daily on the Department of Health website.