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Rural, regional and remote health

Rural, regional and remote health

a study on mortality : summary of findings.

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Published by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in Canberra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Mortality -- Australia -- Statistics,
    • Australia -- Statistics, Vital

    • Edition Notes

      GenreStatistics., Statistics, Vital.
      SeriesRural health series / Australian Institute of Health and Welfare ;, no. 3, Rural health series (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) ;, no. 3.
      ContributionsAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA407.5.A8 R87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 43 p. :
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3345295M
      ISBN 10174024320X
      LC Control Number2004353037

      The Place of Practice, Lawyering in Rural and Regional Australia is a short work ( pages) consisting of 12 well-researched and referenced papers by lawyers, academics and field workers. The authors have considerable personal experience in what is now often referred to as rural, regional and remote (RRR) areas of ?isbn= COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus

      The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) for setting professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice. We are the only College in Australia dedicated to rural and remote :// Expressions of Interest – RRH Latin American Regional Editor. Rural and Remote Health (RRH) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the position of RRH Latin American Regional Editor.. RRH is supported by the University Departments of Rural Health and the Rural Clinical Schools and is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access evidence base for advancing rural and remote health

        Incentives Programs. Page last updated: 13 October Information on a range of rural health programs that aim to improve the health status of Australians living in regional, rural and remote communities by improving access to the medical :// "This report updates and builds on findings from the AIHW report, Health in Rural and Remote Australia."--Page 4 of cover. Description: xxii, pages: illustrations, map ; 30 ://


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Rural, regional and remote health Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ina Rural Health Information Framework was established to help understand and to monitor the health of regional and remote populations. Indicators were identified across three areas: health status and outcomes; health determinants; and health system performance.

This report publishes selected indicators relating to health system :// This report focuses on a comprehensive range of health issues concerning people living in rural, regional and remote Australia. It includes information relating to health status (such as rates of chronic disease, injury and mental health) and determinants of health (such as tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, nutrition and physical activity) and is the 9th report in the AIHW's Rural health   The Rural and Regional Health Australia website is no longer in use.

Visit the Rural and Regional Health Australia Programme List page for a list of links to information on the programmes and resources that were previously available on the website. Should you have any queries in relation to the former Rural and Regional Health Australia website, please contact us at [email protected], or Health   UPDATED 10/1/ People living in rural, regional and remote Australia regional and remote health book less likely to have private health insurance than those in Major cities: 39% of those in Major cities do not have any form of private health insurance, compared with 50% of people in Inner regional areas and 52% of people in Outer regional, Remote and Very remote areas :// Australian Institute of Health and WelfareRural, regional and remote health: a guide to remoteness classifications, AIHW, Canberra.

Get citations as an Endnote file: Endnote The Journal. Rural and Remote Health is a not-for-profit, open-access, online-only, peer-reviewed academic publication. It aims to further rural and remote health education, research and practice. The primary purpose of the Journal is to publish and so provide an international knowledge-base of peer-reviewed material from rural health practitioners (medical, nursing and regional and remote health book health   The graphic below illustrates the significant differences in the demographic composition of the Australian population.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population shows a young population with approximately 42 percent under working age and less than 50 percent of working age (aged ) compared with an older profile in the non-Indigenous population with approximately 26 percent Rural and Remote Health is an open-access international academic journal serving rural and remote communities and publishing articles by rural health practitioners, educators, researchers and policy makers.

Regional and Rural Critical Care Conference web link. WONCA Europe Region Conference web link. CICM Rural and Regional Despite poorer health outcomes for some, the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey found that Australians living in small towns (fewer than 1, people) and non-urban areas generally experienced higher levels of life satisfaction compared with those in urban areas (Wilkins ).

Rural and remote Australians also 2 days ago  Australian Journal of Rural Health (AJRH) Annual Report and Yearbook. Past National Rural Health Conferences. Past Rural and Remote Scientific Symposiums. Past NRHA Events and Seminars. Conferences of Other Organisations.

Friends of the Alliance. Advisory Committee. Photo Competition Finalists NRHC. Poetry Competition Finalists   Remote and Very Remote categories have been abbreviated as MC, IR, OR, R and VR. For more information on the various remoteness classifications please refer to the AIHW publication Rural, regional and remote health: a guide to remoteness classifications (AIHW a).

Characteristics of regional and remote populations   The burden for non-Indigenous people is much lower at around 90 years per population in Major cities, and between and years per population in regional and remote areas. Extrapolating the Table above based on the populations given earlier in this little book of rural health numbers, gives the Table ://   Using geographical classification systems for health purposes has become increasingly important in describing the distribution of the health workforce and the population.

The Department of Health began developing geographic systems for use in policy development in the mid s and several systems have been used by the Department since then. The Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Areas   Remote and rural communities are characterised by limited local health care services, limited private health services, and an absence of specialist services.

The reduced access generally increases with remoteness, that is, the more remote the community the more limited   The Transition to Rural and Remote Practice Toolkit is currently under review and content may be out of date.

The toolkit will be updated following the review. The way remoteness and rurality are defined and understood is important. Defined remoteness or rurality is used to assess health and workforce needs, and the resources allocated to meet these needs, include staff and   The Insights Series – Healthcare in rural, regional and remote NSW 2 10 key findings 1 Overall, healthcare in rural, regional and remote NSW is good.

2 In international terms, healthcare in rural areas is rated comparatively well in NSW – particularly in terms of access to primary care, confidence in managing health problems //   The Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Area (RRMA) classification divides Australia metropolitan, rural and remote zones.

Read about the RRMA zones, how to use them and how to search for them. The Department of Health developed the RRMA classification in using the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census :// /rural-remote-and-metropolitan-area.

A snapshot of men's health in regional and remote Australia / [Sally Bullock, Robert Long and Lisa Thompson; Rural, regional and remote health: information framework and indicators; Rural nurse: newsletter of the Association for Australian Rural Nurses; AARN newsletter; Annual report / Rural Health Workforce Australia Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Rural, Regional and Remote Health: Indicators of Health. AIHW cat. PHE Canberra: AIHW, 7. Hockey R. Data Book for Survey 3 of the Younger Cohort ( years) Newcastle: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health The NSW Rural Health Plan: Towards aims to strengthen the capacity of rural health services to provide world class connected and seamless care for people living in regional, rural and remote NSW.

Building on significant achievements made to date in rural health services, the plan sets directions and strategies to improve rural health. Clearly, the health profile of rural and remote Australia is indicative of regional inequality.

Health disparities compromise the capacity of many rural and remote Australians to engage in social and economic activities, including those necessary to generate income and wealth, and limit the benefits that human capital can ://This increases suffering for those seeking mental health help, support and treatment.

Discover ways to advocate and provide equal mental health care for all Australians. Gain practical solutions to improve mental health services in Australia’s rural and remote areas at the Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health ://Rural and remote areas This map of Queensland shows the areas defined as regional or remote by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) uses this definition when assessing statistical information for rural and remote  › Home › Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme › Queensland subsidy schemes.