4727.0.55.002 - Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey: Users' Guide, 2012-13  
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Introduction
Includes: Structure of the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey and Release Schedule
Survey Design and Operation
Includes: Collection of information and scope of survey
Health Conditions
Includes: Information on self-assessed health status, asthma, arthritis, cancer, heart and circulatory conditions, diabetes, kidney disease, osteoporosis, sight and hearing, other long-term conditions, disability, mental well being, and recent injuries
Health Risk Factors
Includes: Information on tobacco smoking, alcohol, substance use, physical activity, dietary behaviours, body mass and physical measures, blood pressure, family stressors, contraception, and immunisation
Health Related Actions
Includes: Information on hospital visits, doctor consultations, dental consultations, use of other health services, condition-specific health actions, time away from school, study or work, breast feeding, private health insurance and discrimination
Population Characteristics
Includes: Demographics, education, labour force, income sources, health cards, housing, geography and cultural identification
Nutrition
Includes: Information on 24-hour dietary recall, food intake, discretionary foods, nutrient intake, usual nutrient intakes, food and measure coding and quality assurance.
Biomedical Measures
Includes: Information on chronic disease biomarkers, nutrient biomarkers, blood and urine collection and laboratory analysis.
Data Quality and Interpretation of Results
Includes: Sampling variability, measures of sampling variability and standard errors
Data Output and Dissemination
Includes: Special data services and other health related publications