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Department of Health Annual Report 2015-16

2016Current

Department of Health Annual Report 2015-16

This page displays information on the 2015-16 Department of Health Annual Report.

2016Current

Discussion Paper: Review of the Specialist Training Programme

On 19 March 2015, the Minister for Health, the Hon Sussan Ley MP, announced that a consultation process would begin about reforms to the Specialist Training Programme and the Emergency Medicine Programme to be implemented in 2017.

2015Current

Dementia - National Framework for Action, 2015-2019

This framework supports ongoing action in dementia care for governments, service providers, peak bodies and the broader community to work together to create accessible, seamless pathways to care in order to make a positive difference in the lives of people with dementia, their carers and families.

2015Current

Descriptive Analysis of the Strong Fathers Strong Fathers Families Programme Final Report

This report is a descriptive analysis of the Strong Fathers Strong Families programme.

2013Historical

Delirium Care Pathways

Produced by the HCOASC in 2006, the aim of the Delirium Care Pathways project was to build on the HCOASC Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Delirium in Older People, by developing pathways for patients/clients, carers and practitioners across care settings: (i) community; (ii) acute; and (iii) residential aged care facilities.

2011Current

Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) - Medicare Australia Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

2010Historical

Drug and Alcohol Service Report (DASR): 2007-2008 Key Results

The DASR provides unique and valuable information that OATSIH and the sector can use in formulating policy, in planning and to profile the work of stand-alone Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander substance use services.

2009Historical

Development of clinical prompts to enhance decision support tools related to the National Outcomes and Casemix Collection

This report investigates the feasibility of linking clinical prompts to scores on the National Outcomes and Casemix Collection (NOCC) routine outcome measures.

2008Current

Discussion Paper for the Development of Recommendations for Children’s and Youths’ Participation in Health Enhancing Physical Activity.

In March 2002, The Department of Health and Ageing commissioned researchers at the University of Queensland’s School of Human Movement Studies to draft this discussion paper to facilitate the development of Australian recommendations for both children’s and youths’ participation in health-promoting physical activity.

2005Current

Department of Health and Ageing Regulatory Plan 2003-04

The Department of Health and Ageing, like other Commonwealth agencies which have responsibility for business regulation, are required to publish a regulatory plan on its website early in each financial year.

2004Historical

Don't fall for it. Falls can be prevented!

This consumer booklet was prepared by the National Ageing Research Institute and Metropolitan Domiciliary Care, an agency of the State Government of South Australia, and was published for the Australian Government Department of Health. The content of the publication was modified and reprinted in July 2005, and reprinted again in 2007 and 2012.

2004Current

Discussion Document Towards a Fourth National HIV/AIDS Strategy April 1999

This paper is a discussion document provided for comment and consultation. The development of a fourth National HIV/AIDS Strategy will involve extensive consultation, which will take place around Australia during the second quarter of 1999.

1999Historical