The Link Between Primary Health Care and Health Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians
A national approach to closing the health gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians should ensure that all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have access to a basic suite of comprehensive primary health care services (including for chronic disease and for maternal and child health) regardless of funding streams or administrative responsibility for the health service.
The following report explores the evidence both domestically and internationally as to whether access to high quality primary health care is essential to enhancing Indigenous health status.
HTML version: The link between primary health care and health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians
The report is also available split into smaller sections. Click on the appropriate link below:
Cover and Prelims (PDF 268 KB)
Chapters 1 - 2 (PDF 422 KB)
Chapters 3 - 4 (PDF 527 KB)
Conclusion and Bibliography (PDF 147 KB)
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