2 edition of Rural, Regional and Remote Health: A Study on Mortality found in the catalog.
Rural, Regional and Remote Health: A Study on Mortality
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Written in English
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|Number of Pages||43|
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As an important marker for health equity and access, under-five mortality (UFM) is a primary measure for socioeconomic development. The importance of reducing UFM has been further emphasized in an ambitious target under Sustainable Development Goals. The factors influencing UFM are not adequately understood in Bhutan. The most recent dataset of the Bhutan National Health › articles › › s Attracting and retaining skilled and professional staff in remote locations Desert Knowledge CRC Executive summary Attracting and retaining skilled and professional staff is a problem not limited to remote, or even rural and regional locations in Australia. There is strong evidence to suggest that it › resource ›
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Get this from a library. Rural, regional, and remote health: a study on mortality. [Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.;] › title › rural-regional-and-remote-health-a-study-on-mortality ›. 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.
Just Published see all Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Rural, regional and remote health: a study on mortality. AIHW cat. PHE Canberra: AIHW, Taylor J.
Population futures in the Australian desert, CAEPR Discussion Paper no. Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University, › journal › article › Rural and Remote Health, the international, electronic Journal of Rural and Remote Health education, practice and policy is an initiative of the Greater Green Triangle University Department of › journal › _Rural_and_remote_health.
Get this from a library. Rural, regional, and remote health: mortality trends [Australia. Department of Health and Ageing.; Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.;] › title › rural-regional-and-remote-health-mortality-trends New data on death rates for coronary heart disease and more recent data on smoking and obesity rates at a local level continue to show a picture of vast inequity across Australia.
The updated Heart Maps recently released by the Heart Foundation add to the compelling story: where you live greatly determines your heart health. Deaths from heart disease are 60 per cent higher for people living in › partyline › article › heart-disease-challenges-rural-and.
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 :// › book › health-status-and-outcomes.
RURAL DISPARITIES IN INJURY RATES. The National Center for Health Statistics published county-level injury rates in the Urban and Rural Health Chartbook, in which counties were classified according to their urbanization level.2 The unintentional injury mortality Regional and Remote Health: A Study on Mortality book for the most rural counties was per population, a rate almost 2 times higher than that observed in large › pmc › articles › PMC Conclusion.
Addressing the health inequality experienced by rural and remote Australians is a stated aim of the Australian Government. While National Health and Medical Research Council funding for rural health research has increased over the past decade, at % by value, it appears very low given the extent of the health status and health service deficits faced by the 30% who live in rural › pmc › articles › PMC Rural Health: Problems, Prevention and Positive Outcomes Lauren Rickards Introduction In Australia, nearly one third of our national population — approximately 7 million Australians — live in rural and remote areas.
For all the complex reasons that health and place are associated, the health of this spatially, economically, socially › book_chapters › pdf › Health › ©Australian Rural Health Education Network, Canberra ISBN Editing and design by Biotext Pty Ltd Cover by Design One Printed by Pirion Pty.
Limited Members of the working group for the development of A Textbook of Australian Rural Health were Professor Siaw-Teng Liaw, Associate Professor Sue Kilpatrick, › sites › default › files › What this study adds: This article presents an analysis of publicly available databases to determine the proportion of the National Health and Medical Research Council‐funded research that is specifically aimed to deliver health benefits to rural‐ and remote‐living Australians in the period – and the proportion of total funding this represented in the period – › doi › full › › ajr Rural & remote Australians Overview page on the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare website For the most up to date information on COVID please visit the Department of Health website.
Learn more about how the AIHW is assisting the COVID response and how our other work is :// › reports-data › population-groups › rural-remote-australians. Parkinson’s disease (PWP) in regional, rural and remote areas. This study looked at the dynamics of healthcare delivery to PWP and their carers in and around a regional New South Wales :// › profile › Geraldine_Duncan › publication › _Parkinson's.
Key words-infant mortality, prevention, urban-rural health differences, Taiwan INTRODUCTION Infant mortality is a health indicator which also highly reflects the economic and social development of a society.
In the past few decades, Taiwan has undergone a transformation from an agricultural society to a highly industrialized :// › science › article › pii › The Rural Health Information Hub is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S.
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Objectives Cardiovascular (CVD) mortality disparities between rural/regional and urban-dwelling residents of Australia are persistent. Unavailability of biomedical CVD risk factor data has, until now, limited efforts to understand the causes of the disparity.
This study aimed to further investigate such disparities. Design Comparison of (1) CVD risk measures between a regional (Greater Green › content › 3 › 8 › e Summary Adequate health workforce alone will not ensure optimal health service access. We consider what an effective and sustainable health system for rural and remote Australia might look like inbriefly describe some of the barriers to achieving this vision and propose how these challenges may be overcome.
More radical change is required on at least four fronts: changing the › journal › › › 5 ›. Mortality, particularly at younger ages, is a key measure of population health. Avoiding premature mortality from any cause is a crucial goal for every health system, and targets for mortality reduction are central in the development agenda for improving health.1, 2 In the era of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), reducing mortality rates › science › article › pii › S ().
Chong S: Comparison of injury-related hospitalised morbidity and mortality in urban and rural areas in Australia. Rural Remote Health (). E: Urban-rural variation in mortality and hospital admission rates for unintentional injury in :// › display ›.
Exercise as it relates to Disease/Sedentary behaviour risks linked to metabolic syndrome in rural Australia. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Rural, Regional and Remote Health: Indicators of Health Status and Determinants of Health, Canberra, Australia, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, › wiki › Exercise_as_it.
Home» Publications» Families in regional, rural and remote Australia» Map of Australia showing areas of varying geographic remoteness. Map of Australia showing areas of varying geographic remoteness. Part of the AIFS :// › publications › families-regional-rural-and-remote-australia › figure1.Rural, regional, and remote health: a study on mortality.
"October " "AIHW cat. no. PHE 45" "This report updates and builds on findings from the AIHW report, Health in Rural and Remote Australia."- › item ›