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Eligible donors use this log to keep track of out-of-pocket expenses while on the program.
This National Immunisation Program fact sheet for vaccination providers provides information about free catch-up vaccines for individuals aged 10 to 19 years.
This National Immunisation Program fact sheet for vaccination providers gives information about free catch-up vaccines for refugees and humanitarian entrants aged 20 years and over.
This plan — Diabetes in Australia: Focus on the Future — outlines ways to implement the Government's Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2016–2020.
This report describes how we have improved Australia's health and aged care system in the financial year ending 30 June 2017. It includes details of our operations, our budget, our governance and our performance.
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2016.Part of a collection: Don’t make smokes your story campaign – evaluations
This framework was launched in December 2017. It sets out the actions we can take to make sure aged care services meet the needs of people from diverse backgrounds. It sees a role for the Australian Government, peak organisations, representative groups, service providers, consumers and carers.
This form is for home care providers. Use this form if you want to transfer one of your Home Care Package services to another approved provider.
The prevalence of different types of speech, language and communication disorders and speech pathology services in Australia
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee report: The prevalence of different types of speech, language and communication disorders and speech pathology services in Australia
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee report: Care and management of younger and older Australians living with dementia and behavioural and psychiatric symptoms of dementia (BPSD)
Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Health and Ageing report Thinking Ahead – Report on the Inquiry into Dementia: early diagnosis and intervention
The 2017 aged care advertising campaign aimed to raise awareness of My Aged Care and encourage older people, their families and carers to plan for aged care. This report examines the effectiveness of the 2017 aged card advertising campaign.Part of a collection: My Aged Care research and evaluation
This report presents long-term, national workforce projections for emergency medicine doctors to 2030. It is part of our series on Australia’s Future Health Workforce.Part of a collection: Australia’s Future Health Workforce reports
Enhanced response to addressing sexually transmissible infections (and blood-borne viruses) in Indigenous populations
The plan supports the national response to the disproportionately high rates of sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
This flowchart is for employers of people who are registered for the Supporting Living Organ Donors Program. It guides employers on how to pay their employee for their organ donation surgery leave.
A summary of the major items discussed at the third MDAF meeting.Part of a collection: Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum (MDAF) communiques
Genomics has the potential to improve the health of all Australians by helping doctors prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor diseases. This framework provides a nationally consistent approach to policy, regulatory and investment decisions about integrating genomics into our health system.Part of a collection: National Health Genomics Policy Framework
The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program is supported by a number of frameworks and strategies. They guide how the program is delivered and make sure that high standards are maintained and best practice followed.
This strategy aims to reduce the harmful effects alcohol and other drugs in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Being active is important for babies and young children to be healthy, and sets good habits for life. This brochure outlines how much activity small children should do each day, how sitting time and screen time should be avoided or limited and how much sleep they should get.Part of a collection: Collection of physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines for all ages