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The following community profile for the South Eastern Perth region uses Census data to tell a powerful story about the characteristics of communities, how they are changing and how they compare to other areas. A profile is provided for the whole of Perth, as well as each Council, and regional remainder.
- get services to the right people and better understand our community.
- provide evidence for service delivery
- support advocacy efforts.
Monitoring Social Health Inequalities
The Graphs include data on a range of topic and indicators, by the themes of Demographic and social indicators; Health status, disability and deaths; and Use and provision of health and welfare services. To view the Inequality graph for an indicator, select a topic from the contents list below – or by selecting a topic or indicator of interest from the autocomplete Search filter – and select to view the graph (at the top of each section) for either Australia or your State/ Territory of interest. Within your selected jurisdiction of interest, select to change the area (Capital city, Rest of State/ Territory or State) in the graph software interface. Select another indicator either by re-browsing from the contents list below; or by scrolling to a new ‘Topic’, and then ‘Indicator’, within the graph interface.
Closing The Gap
Closing the Gap seeks to improve the lives of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. This Time Series Atlas focuses on the Closing the Gap targets for the Aboriginal population, with comparisons with the non-Indigenous population, at the Indigenous Area and Indigenous Region level. “All Australian governments are working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities, organisations and businesses to implement the new National Agreement on Closing the Gap at the national, state and territory, and local levels.”.
WA Emergency Department Data
Hospital Admissions Data
The Admitted Patient Activity summary provides information on the volume, type and length of admissions across all specialties that have occurred within the WA health system.
Credits: PHIDU, Torrens University Australia content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Australia licence (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 AU), WA Health, ABS Datasets.