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What do you want for your end of life care?

It’s normal not to want to talk about “it”, that is “death or dying”.


Australia’s Future Health Workforce - Emergency Medicine report

Australia’s Future Health Workforce – Emergency Medicine report presents long-term, national workforce projections for doctors to 2030.


Strengthening the National Mental Health Commission

The report from the Deloitte Consulting’s independent review of the National Mental Health Commission was commissioned to help inform the Government’s actions to address its 2015 election commitment to "…strengthen the National Mental Health Commission, who will be charged with overseeing mental health reforms and providing direct advice to the Minister".


Public Hospitals

While States and Territories are system managers of their public hospitals, the Commonwealth provides a significant contribution to the delivery of public hospital services.


Department of Health Annual Report 2016-17

This page displays information on the 2016-17 Department of Health Annual Report.


National Key Performance Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care - Data Validation Project Report - July 2017

The nKPI Data Validation Project Report outlines a review on the data processing performed to produce the national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs).


Australia’s Future Health Workforce – Dermatology report

This report outlines an analysis of the dermatology workforce and the results of updated supply and demand projections, as well as considering capacity and distribution for vocational training into the future.


Evaluation of the Rheumatic Fever Strategy

Acute Rheumatic Fever (ARF) and Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD) are diseases of poverty, entirely preventable, and almost exclusively found in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia. An independent evaluation of the Australian Government’s Rheumatic Fever Strategy produced the following report.


Evaluation of the My Health Record Participation Trials


National Health Performance Authority Annual Report

Final Annual Report for the Period 1 July 2015 to 31 October 2016