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Health Priorities In Australia Syllabus Notes

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The information collected is via hospital usage, health professionals and surveys. The identification of specific health trends is then used to establish health priorities, and to guide the decision-making, resource allocation and programs of all public and private sectors involved in health care and health promotion in Australia. There is a signification limitation of Epidemiology as it does not provide information about a person’s quality of life in a holistic sense, nor does it accurately describe the sociocultural, socio-economic and environmental determinants of health. Measures of epidemiology Morbidity (Prevalence and Incidence): refers to the patterns of illness, disease and i...
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