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|Interim Evaluation of the Northern Territory Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Aged Care Workforce Development Projects|
Final Report - August 2010 of the Northern Territory Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Aged Care Workforce Development Projects
|Implementation guidelines for non-government community services|
Information to guide implementation of the national standards for mental health services by non-government community services.
|Implementation guidelines for private office based mental health practices|
Information to guide implementation of the national standards for mental health services by private office based mental health practices.
|Implementation guidelines for public mental health services and private hospitals|
Information to guide implementation of the national standards for mental health services by public mental health services and private hospitals.
|Indigenous ear health: Developmental market research to inform indigenous social marketing campaigns|
As part of the Improving Eye and Ear Health Services for Indigenous Australians for Better Education and Employment Outcomes measure, social marketing activities targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are being developed and implemented from 2010 to 2013 to help promote ear and hearing health.
|Infection Control Guidelines|
This document provides recommendations for infection prevention and control procedures to minimise the risk of transmission of Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease (CJD) in health care settings.
|Impact of the PBS Reform - Report to the Parliament, The|
The following page shows the Impact of PBS Reform - Report to Parliament
|Improving Maternity Services in Australia|
The Report of the Maternity Services Review
|IT for Aged Care Providers: A Step by Step Guide|
This guide has been developed with the aim at giving aged care providers information to help them make the most of computer technology – what is available, how to get computers to work as an effective business tool, demystifying modern terminology and how to go about practical issues like purchasing IT equipment, staff training and support.
|Information Sheet 13: Simpler and Fairer Income Tested Fees|
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED Information about the simpler and fairer income tested fees
|Identifying the carer project: final report and recommendations for the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing|
The 'Identifying the carer project' examined issues associated with identification of carers in the context of mental health service delivery. This included current practice, policy and legislation, and preferred processes.
|Interim National Guidelines for the Prevention, Management and Control of Murray Valley Encephalitis Virus|
The National Guidelines for the Prevention, Management and Control of vector-borne diseases in Australia are a series of guidelines that describe an Australian strategic approach for an arbovirus outbreak. The aims of the Guidelines are to define the steps in identifying an outbreak of arbovirus disease and detail the appropriate information to enable an effective response. This document contains the guidelines for Murray Valley encephalitis virus.
|IT Readiness Surveys - Aged Care Sector|
This section of the website contains information on the 2006 and 2002 surveys.
|Inspiring, not retiring|
A book of stories celebrating the contributions of older Australians.
|Influ-Info Influenza Kit for Aged Care|
This kit has been provided to assist care managers to implement influenza control planning.
|Investment Review of Health and Medical Research|
On 9 December 2004, the report of the Investment Review of Health and Medical Research was released.
|Injury Prevention Workforce - A Discussion Paper: February 2002, The|
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED
|Introduction to Communicable Diseases Intelligence journal|
This page contains introductory information on the aims and accessibility of the Communicable Diseases Intelligence journal.
|Items for Public Consultation||2004||Current|
|Investing in Australia's Aged Care: More Places, Better Care|
The $2.2 billion package, Investing in Australia's Aged Care: More Places, Better Care, builds on previous reforms by providing further support for older Australians needing care, while encouraging aged care providers to become more flexible, accountable and innovative in the delivery of care.
|Infection control guidelines for the prevention of transmission of infectious diseases in the health care setting, 2004 edition|
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED.
|Incidence of incontinence as a factor in admission to aged care homes: executive summary.|
This project is part of a group of research projects that have been funded by the Commonwealth Government’s National Continence Management Strategy. One of the aims of the National Continence Management Strategy is to reduce admission to aged care homes by improving the treatment and management of incontinence in older Australians.
|International suicide rates: recent trends and implications for Australia|
This report examines recent trends in suicide around the world and across the lifespan. It identifies patterns in suicide mortality, examines the possible impact of national suicide prevention strategies and mental health plans and substance use policies on suicide rates, and considers other factors that may impact on suicide trends, such as unemployment, increased use of antidepressant medications, and cohort effects.
|Illawarra mental health integration project: final evaluation report|
This is an evaluation of the Illawarra Mental Health Integration Project. The aim of the project was to develop an integrated mental health network for the Illawarra that would provide a more comprehensive, coordinated system of mental health care for a broad range of consumers.
|Incidental smoking in the media study|
A study of the frequency and characterisics of smoking incidences in a variety of media popular with 18-30 year olds.
|Interpretations of the Advisory Panel on the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula on the MAIF Agreement|
Advisory Panel's Interpretations on the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula on the MAIF Agreement
|Improving mental health literacy: a review of the literature|
This literature review evaluates and interprets current research relating to improving mental health literacy, in order to identify the most effective communication strategies and tools to improve mental health literacy among target audiences in the Australian population.
|International mid-term review of the second national mental health plan for Australia|
This review presents an analysis of the major achievements of the Second National Mental Health Plan to date, outlines some remaining obstacles in achieving the plan's objectives, and presents ways forward for mental health policy and services.
|Interrelations of social capital with health and mental health: discussion paper, The|
This document synthesises existing work on the interrelations of social capital with health and mental health, and recommends areas for further research.
|Insights into the utilisation of health services in Australia based on
linked administrative data. Occasional Papers New Series Number 9|
This project, initiated in 1996, is a first step towards transforming isolated health data sets (such as the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) data, Pharmaceutical Benefits Schedule (PBS) data and hospital morbidity data (HMD)) into information that may be used to inform policy.
|Illicit drug use in Australia: epidemiology, use patterns and associated harm - Monograph Series No. 43|
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED: This report reviews the literature on illicit drug use in Australia.
|International approaches to funding health care. Occasional Papers: Health Financing Series Volume 2|
This paper provides an overview of health systems in 10 countries, demonstrating the range of present funding arrangements. It compares expenditures and some selected outcome measures and describes the major reforms that have been attempted.
|Infringement versus conviction: the social impact of a minor cannabis offence under a civil penalties system and strict prohibition in two Australian states: Monograph no. 36|
This study considers how the social impact of being apprehended for a minor cannabis offence differs between a strict prohibition model with criminal penalties (Western Australia) and a civil penalties model (South Australia).
|Innovative grants program: project summaries|
This report is a summary of the projects funded under the Innovative Grants Program which was established in 1992 to support community-based reform activities under the National Mental Health Strategy.