Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health by Justin Healey

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Issues in Society | Volume 376 help ensure resources go to services and programs that will have maximum impact in communities, the areas of health where they are needed most. Investment in the national effort to close the gap must continue, and the cuts to health services that occurred in the past year should not be allowed to have a negative impact. 8 The upkeep of these foundational, nationally coordinated agreements and the continuation of guaranteed funding over significant spans of time constitutes the third critical area of continuity.

It reminds us why the national effort to close the gap is a multi-decade commitment that will span policy cycles, funding agreements and governments. It reminds us why it is fundamentally non-partisan in nature. At this juncture, with 16 years to go, the need to build on success, to continue key elements of the national effort, and to expand and strengthen it in key areas with bold policy initiatives, is critical. Issues in Society | Volume 376 We are beginning to see reductions in smoking rates and improvements in maternal and childhood health that can be expected to flow into increases in life expectancy.

8% of undergraduate students enrolled in, and 1% of undergraduate students who had completed, health-related courses were Indigenous. Resources •• In non-remote areas, 15% of Indigenous Australians were covered by private health insurance compared with 51% for the rest of the population. The most common reason that Indigenous Australians did not have private health insurance was that they could not afford it (65%). Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2013). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2012: Detailed analyses, pp.

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