As mentioned earlier, AIHW
(2013a) does not include informal grandparent families.
External cause codes assigned to Victorian hospital separations between 1 July 2007 and 30 June 2008, identified in phase one, were compared with unintentional fall data from the NHMD for separations between 1 July 2004 and 30 June 2005 reported by the AIHW
(Bradley & Harrison 2008).
A discussion on the relative merits of these two sources of data (and other data sets) is provided in AIHW
(2008a, Chapter 1 and Appendices B to D).
(2008:9) stated that "in 2005, Indigenous Australians in major cities were significantly more (three times as) likely to report diabetes than the general population in major cities .
WHO and AIHW
maintain that the ICF is globally translatable and applicable in different cultures (AIHW
2003; WHO 2001) and therefore can be used to assess prevalence and to plan for support.
--Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2008) Community Housing, 20062007, Canberra: AIHW
A decrease in clinical educators available to work with increasing numbers of students due to a reduced workforce growth rate has been reported, particularly in the public sector (Anderson et al 2005, AIHW
data from the annual publication, Australia's Mothers and Babies, AIHW
/UNSW, Perinatal Statistics Unit.
One YLL represents one year of healthy life lost due to premature death,' said AIHW
spokesperson Dr Lynelle Moon.
the elderly or those with a disability--have also preoccupied policy makers, researchers and others seeking to improve access to housing in Australia in recent years (see Argy 2004; AIHW
2007: 240; Productivity Commission 2004; 2010; Senate Select Committee 2008; Yates 2011).
(Australian Institute for Health and Welfare) 2008 Australian Hospital Statistics 2006-2007, AIHW
The higher percentage in men is due to their heavier smoking habits over the past several decades (AACR, 2003; AIHW
, 2004a & b; AIHW