Immunisation coverage for one and five year olds has increased since 2009. We have reached the target of 95 per cent for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander five year olds.
This brochure includes information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about the benefits of the HPV vaccination, Gardasil®9.Part of a collection: HPV Campaign
Poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healthcare and other settings including information about eligibility for a free influenza vaccine under the National Immunisation Program.
This fact sheet provides information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about getting vaccinated against influenza in 2019.
The AusVaxSafety system actively monitors vaccine safety throughout Australia. This infographic provides a visual representation of the number of parents and carers who responded to an SMS about their child's health a few days after their 12 and 18 month vaccinations.Part of a collection: Vaccine safety in Australia AusVaxSafety 2016-17
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2018.
The National Tobacco Campaign launched the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2016. It focused on reducing smoking rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The campaign has been evaluated each year and these reports outline the findings.
This report, completed in July 2018, evaluates how effective the Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program has been and whether it’s on target to achieve its long-term goals.
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2017.
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2016.
This strategy aims to reduce the harmful effects alcohol and other drugs in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.Part of a collection: National Drug Strategy
The University of Canberra reviewed the Tackling Indigenous Smoking and Health Lifestyle Programme in 2014. Their series of reports focused on how to improve this program using evidence-based approaches.
An evaluation from 2012 to 2014 assessed the Cape York Wellbeing Centres. It looked at whether the centres reduced alcohol and substance abuse and harm in the community. This 2014 report presents the findings.
Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs inquiry into the health status of Indigenous Australians