Australia's health 2016—We're a mostly healthy bunch, but we have room to improve
Australia has much to be proud of in many areas of health, according to the latest health report card delivered by the AIHW.
However, Australia's health 2016, the AIHW's 15th biennial health report, also shows that lifestyle-related chronic diseases continue to take a toll.
Social media at the AIHW
Did you know the AIHW uses Twitter and YouTube?
Twitter is being used more and more at the AIHW to keep followers informed about new releases and goings on at AIHW. We now have over 10,000 followers!
Powerful insights from linked data
Data linkage brings together information about people, places and events from different data collections based on common features. Linked data provides a more comprehensive picture of a subject, and is one of the most powerful ways of adding value to the data already held by many organisations.
First-of-its-kind report provides a clearer picture of homelessness and family violence
A recent AIHW report provides new insights into the relationship between domestic and family violence and homelessness, by using data on clients who access homelessness services, their reasons for seeking assistance, and their circumstances.
NHPA functions have moved to the AIHW—an exciting future for local level health reporting
In late 2015, the Government announced its decision to close the National Health Performance Authority (NHPA) from 1 July 2016, with its activities and many of its staff transferring to the AIHW.