Australia's health system saves money thanks to physical activity
Australians participating in sport and physical activity have provided a net positive impact of $321 million to Australia’s health system.
Towards an estimate of the prevalence of lymphoedema in Australia
As the title suggests, AIHW’s latest report, Towards an estimate of the prevalence of lymphoedema in Australia, aims to evaluate the effectiveness of available data sources in determining the number of Australian’s living with lymphoedema.
Adoptions over time in Australia
The AIHW has spent over three decades monitoring the changing landscape of adoptions in Australia through its annual data collection and analyses.
Today’s release, Adoptions in Australia over time, explores trends in adoptions going back to 1968–69 in the context of broader social, societal, and policy changes that occurred in Australia and internationally.
New AIHW release aims to strengthen the evidence base around congenital anomalies in Australia
On behalf of the Data Strategies & Discovery Group at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, we are pleased to announce that for the first time since 2008, information and statistics on babies born with congenital anomalies is now publicly available on our website Congenital anomalies 2016 - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (aihw.gov.au) .
AIHW establishes National Centre for Monitoring Dementia
The AIHW is establishing a National Centre for Monitoring Dementia
Recent study paves way for new partnership and greater opportunities
Last year, the AIHW reported that 292 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel* took their own life between 2001 and 2014. It was the first time accurate rates of suicide deaths among ex-serving ADF personnel have been reported.