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4160.0 - Measuring Wellbeing: Frameworks for Australian Social Statistics, 2001  
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References and further reading


Causes of death, Australia, (Cat. no. 3303.0).

Suicides, Australia, 1921-1998 (Cat. no. 3309.0).

Mental health and wellbeing, profile of adults, Australia, 1997 (Cat. no. 4326.0).

Health insurance survey, Australia, 1998 (Cat. no. 4335.0).

National health survey: summary of results, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4364.0).

National health survey: summary of results, Australia, states and territories, 1995 (Cat. no. 4368.0).

National health survey: diabetes, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4371.0).

National health survey: cardiovascular and related conditions, 1995 (Cat. no. 4372.0).

National health survey: asthma and other respiratory conditions, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4373.0).

National health survey: use of medications, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4377.0).

National health survey: injuries, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4384.0).

Private health establishment collection: acute and psychiatric hospitals, states and national figures (Cat. no. 4390.040.001).

Private health establishment collection: free-standing day hospital facilities, states and national figures (Cat. no. 4390.040.002).

Causes of infant and child deaths, Australia, 1998 (Cat. no. 4398.0).

National health survey: SF-36 population norms, 1995 (Cat. no. 4399.0).

The health and welfare of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, 1999, (Cat. no. 4704.0).

National nutrition survey: selected highlights, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4802.0).

National nutrition survey: foods eaten, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4804.0).

National nutrition survey: nutrient intakes and physical measurements, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4805.0).

National health survey: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Results, Australia, 1995 (Cat. no. 4806.0).


Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2000, Australia's health 2000: the seventh biennial health report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, AIHW, Canberra.

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare website,

Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care website,

Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 1997, National Health Priority Areas Report; Cancer Control.

Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, 1996, The National Health Plan for Young Australians; An action plan to protect and promote the health of children and young people.

Davis, A., and George, J., 1993, Health and Illness in Australia: States of Health 2nd edition, Harper Educational Publishers, Sydney.

Donovan, J., (ed), 1994, Health in Australia; What you should know Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra.

Kendig, H., and McCallum, J., 1990, Grey Policy; Australian policies for an aging society, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Labonte, R., 1998, A Community Development Approach to Health Promotion: A Background paper on practice tensions, strategic models & accountability requirements for health authority work on the broad determinants of health.

Mathers, C.D., 1991, Disability-free and handicap-free life expectancy in Australia 1981 and 1988. Australian Institute of Health, Health Differentials Series No 1, AGPS, Canberra.

Olshansky, S.J., and Ault, A.B., 1986, 'The fourth stage of the epidemiologic transition: the age of delayed degenerative diseases', The Milbank Quarterly, vol. 64, No 3, 1986.

Steering Committee for the Review of Commonwealth/State Service Provision, 2000, Report on Government Services 2000, Ausinfo, Canberra.

White, R., 1994, 'Young People, Unemployment and Health', Waddell, C., and Petersen, A, (eds), Just Health; Inequality in illness, care and prevention, Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne.

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