Table of contents

  • Preliminary material (191KB PDF) 1
    • Half title and verso pages
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Executive summary
  • Body sections
    • Introduction (154KB PDF)
      • Demographic information
      • Structure of this report
      • Data sources and methodology
      • Data limitations
    • Health status and outcomes (Tier 1) (1.9MB PDF1, 3)
      • 1.25 Avoidable and preventable deaths
      • 1.24 Maternal mortality
      • 1.23 Leading causes of mortality
      • 1.22 All causes age-standardised death rates
      • 1.21 Sudden infant death syndrome
      • 1.20 Perinatal mortality
      • 1.19 Infant mortality
      • 1.18 Median age at death1
      • 1.17 Life expectancy at birth1, 3
      • 1.16 Social and emotional wellbeing1
      • 1.15 Perceived health status1
      • 1.14 Community functioning
      • 1.13 Disability
      • 1.12 Children's hearing loss
      • 1.11 HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and sexually transmissible infections
      • 1.10 Decayed, missing, filled teeth
      • 1.09 End stage renal disease
      • 1.08 Diabetes
      • 1.07 High blood pressure
      • 1.06 Acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease
      • 1.05 Circulatory disease
      • 1.04 Hospitalisation for pneumonia
      • 1.03 Hospitalisation for injury and poisoning
      • 1.02 Top reasons for hospitalisation
      • 1.01 Low birthweight infants
    • Determinants of health (Tier 2) (1.7MB PDF)
      • 2.26 Prevalence of overweight and obesity
      • 2.25 Unsafe sexual practices
      • 2.24 Breastfeeding practices
      • 2.23 Dietary behaviour
      • 2.22 Level of physical activity
      • 2.21 Drug and other substance use including inhalants
      • 2.20 Risky and high-risk alcohol consumption
      • 2.19 Tobacco smoking during pregnancy
      • 2.18 Tobacco use
      • 2.17 Indigenous people with access to their traditional lands
      • 2.16 Transport
      • 2.15 Child protection
      • 2.14 Contact with criminal justice system
      • 2.13 Community safety
      • 2.12 Single-parent families
      • 2.11 Dependency ratio
      • 2.10 Index of disadvantage
      • 2.09 Housing tenure type
      • 2.08 Income
      • 2.07 Employment status including CDEP participation
      • 2.06 Educational participation and attainment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults
      • 2.05 Years 10 and 12 retention and attainment
      • 2.04 Years 3, 5 and 7 literacy and numeracy
      • 2.03 Environmental tobacco smoke
      • 2.02 Overcrowding in housing
      • 2.01 Access to functional housing with utilities
    • Health system performance (Tier 3) (1.5MB PDF)
      • 3.20 Recruitment and retention of clinical management staff (including GPs)
      • 3.19 Expenditure on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health compared with need
      • 3.18 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples training for health-related disciplines
      • 3.17 Accreditation
      • 3.16 Care planning for clients with chronic diseases
      • 3.15 Regular GP or health service 2
      • 3.14 Access to After-Hours Primary Health Care
      • 3.13 Access to prescription medicines
      • 3.12 Access to services by types of service compared with need
      • 3.11 Competent Governance
      • 3.10 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the health workforce
      • 3.09 Access to mental health services
      • 3.08 Discharge against medical advice
      • 3.07 Health promotion
      • 3.06 Ambulatory care sensitive hospital admissions
      • 3.05 Differential access to key hospital procedures
      • 3.04 Chronic disease management
      • 3.03 Early detection and early treatment
      • 3.02 Immunisation (child and adult)
      • 3.01 Antenatal care
    • End matter (128KB PDF)
      • Appendixes
        • Appendix 1: List of measures and data sources
          • Appendix 1 (continued): List of measures and data sources
          • Appendix 1 (continued): List of measures and data sources
      • List of abbreviations
      • List of symbols used in tables