Health and wellbeing of young Australians: indicator framework and key national indicators – AIHW – 30 March 2010

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Health and wellbeing of young Australians: indicator framework and key national indicators – AIHW – 30 March 2010

“AIHW bulletin no. 77
This bulletin previews the reporting framework and key national indicators that will be the basis of the report Young Australians: their health and wellbeing 2011, scheduled for release in 2011. The bulletin presents 71 key national indicators, along with brief justifications explaining the relevance and importance of the indicators to young people’s health and wellbeing. The indicators cover a broad range of areas of young people’s health and wellbeing, including: morbidity, disability, mortality, health risk and protective factors, community, socioeconomic and environmental factors and measures of system performance.”

Authored by AIHW.

Published 30 March 2010; ISSN 1446-9820; ISBN-13 978-1-74249-003-8; AIHW cat. no. AUS 123; 32pp.

Health and wellbeing of young Australians: technical paper on operational definitions and data issues for key national indicators
“AIHW Working paper no. 63
This technical paper specifies the operational definitions and primary data sources for the key national indicators of young people’s health and wellbeing. It identifies the best currently available data sources for the key national indicators as identified by the AIHW, in conjunction with the National Youth Information Advisory Group. It comments on data gaps and limitations, particularly inconsistencies between indicator (ideal) definitions and existing data definitions.”

Authored by AIHW.

Published 30 March 2010; AIHW cat. no. WP 63

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