Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Summary
  • Body section
    • Introduction
      • Why do we need to measure prevention of chronic disease?
      • Why is the KIP set important?
      • Why use indicators?
      • Other indicators sets
      • Structure of the report
    • So how are we going?
    • Future directions
      • Indicators for development
      • The KIP set in the future
      • New data sources
      • Emerging issues
    • Category 1 indicators: results
      • Report card
      • 1.1 Type 2 diabetes
      • 1.2 Psychological distress in adults
      • 1.3 Depression in adults
      • 1.4 Overweight and obesity in children
      • 1.5 Overweight and obesity in adults
      • 1.6 Daily smoking
      • 1.7 Low birthweight
      • 1.8 and 1.9 Life expectancy and the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians
      • 1.10 Deaths from leading potentially preventable chronic diseases
    • Category 2 indicators: results
      • Report card
      • 2.1 Incidence of key potentially preventable cancers
      • 2.2 Incidence of prostate cancer
      • 2.3 Incidence of breast cancer
      • 2.4 Dementia
      • 2.5 Oral health
      • 2.6 Arthritis
      • 2.7 Incidence of severe osteoporosis
      • 2.8 Incidence of end-stage kidney disease
      • 2.9 Young people with depression
      • 2.10 High blood pressure
      • 2.11 High blood cholesterol
      • 2.12 People with diabetes who have a HbA1C level greater than 7%
      • 2.13 Waist circumference
      • 2.14 Smoking in pregnancy
      • 2.15 Smoking in young people
      • 2.16 and 2.17 Insufficient fruit and vegetable consumption
      • 2.18 Breastfeeding
      • 2.19 Risky alcohol consumption
      • 2.20 Physical inactivity
      • 2.21 Deaths from leading chronic conditions
      • 2.22 Deaths from suicide
      • 2.23 Asthma action plan
      • 2.24 Potentially preventable hospitalisations—detailed
      • 2.25 Severe or profound activity limitations
    • Contextual indicators
      • C.1 Low income
      • C.2 Health literacy
      • C.3 Labour force status
      • C.4 Health expenditure
  • End matter
    • Appendix 1: Definitions
    • Appendix 2: Sources of data
    • Glossary
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • Data report