Australian Bureau of Statistics
1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2007
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The 2004-05 National Health Survey asked respondents a number of questions relating to their health-related actions during the two weeks prior to the survey. In Tasmania the most common of these were:
(b) Discharged from a stay in hospital in the 2 weeks prior to interview.
(c) Persons may have taken more than one type of action during the two weeks prior to interview and therefore components do not add to totals.
(d) Took none of the actions covered in this survey.
Source: National Health Survey: Summary of Results; State Tables, 2004-05 (Cat. No. 4362.0).
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