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Health Priorities in Australia - Full Topic Notes

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 Role of Individuals, Communities, Governments in Addressing the Inequality. - Communities assisting the Indigenous population include ‘purple house’ a structured centre for Aboriginal Dialysis patients caring for kidney disease. Patients from the ‘Pintupi’ communities come to the purple house by choice for treatment and extended training, so they can return to their remote areas, and be able to receive dialysis at home. It is made possible by the purple house for patients to receive their life preserving treatments in their bush, or in such a welcoming community. - The Governments ‘Close the Gap’ Commercial, highlighting the need for opportunities for Indigenous people in the workforce.

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Health economics Public health Medical terminology Health policy Demography Chronic condition Health Social determinants of health Global health Preventive healthcare Disease Infant mortality
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Health economics Public health Medical terminology Health policy Demography Chronic condition Health Social determinants of health Global health Preventive healthcare Disease Infant mortality
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The health status of a nation is the pattern of health of the population over a period of time. Health status is measured through the process of data and information known as epidemiology. - Role of Epidemiology Epidemiology is the study of disease in groups or populations through the collection of data and information, to identify patterns and causes. It is used to analyse how health services and facilities are being used. Epidemiology considers the patterns of disease in terms of: - Prevalence (number of cases of disease in a population at a specific time) - Incidence (number of NEW cases of disease in a population) - Distribution (the extent) - Apparent causes (Determinants and indicators) The observations...
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