AIHW

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AIHWAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare
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The figure of 89% of residents with an overall classification of high care is based on the process applied in the 2013-14 AIHW Report whereby people were classified as high care if they had an ACFI appraisal of either high in Activities of Daily Living or high in Complex Health Care, or high in Behaviour together with low or medium in at least one of the other two domains, or medium in at least two of the three domains.
To capture this, the AIHW and ABS (2012:26) suggest collecting Indigenous status repeatedly over time to minimise the possibility of having outdated information.
Other methods have also been suggested to address quality concerns with Indigenous identification data (ABS 2008; AIHW 2012; Taylor et al.
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).
The NDN now provides users with access to a range of information from the AIHW including medical labour force, cancer, homelessness and supported accommodation.
Jelfs co-authored a report by the AIHW called ''Suicide in Vietnam Veterans' Children,'' which was released this week.
According to 2008 AIHW (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) report, high life expectancy (second only to Japan) and an increasingly aged population has led to an increase in lifestyle diseases resulting in an increase in healthcare spending.
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Tenants who were 65 and older were most likely to report 'feeling settled' and 'able to continue living in the same area', while younger tenants (15-24) were more likely to report the ability to 'improve their job situation' and 'to start or continue education or training', as a benefit from living in social housing,' said AIHW spokesperson Mr Matthew James.
AIHW (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) 2006 Drug use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: an assessment of data sources, AIHW, Canberra (Cat.
This fell to 178 adoptions by 1997-98 and the latest figures show there were only 45 local adoptions recorded (AIHW 2002; AIHW 2011a).