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Changing associations of selected social determinants with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health & wellbeing, 2002 to 2012-13

by Crawford H, Biddle N

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Year 2017
City Canberra
Institution Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Date 8 February 2017
Report number Working Paper 113 / 2017

Abstract

This report uses data from national health and social surveys of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population, conducted between 2002 and 2012-13, to examine whether associations of some key social determinants with selected health and wellbeing outcomes changed over that time.

The paper is structured as follows:

  • section 1 - introduction
  • section 2 - summarises some of the literature relating to the social determinants of health for Indigenous Australians
  • section 3 - provides an overview of the data sources used in the analysis, and describes the measures and methods used
  • section 4 - summarises key trends in social determinants, and health and wellbeing measures
  • section 5 - presents the results of multivariate analyses examining the associations between the selected social determinants and health and wellbeing outcomes
  • section 6 - contains the discussion and conclusions.

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