Public Health Practice in Australia: The Organised Effort

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Index
A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians (Lalonde 1974), 73, 74, 323
Abbott, T., 139, 142, 219
Abelson, P., 245, 246, 333
Aboriginal Health Expenditure Study (1998), 246
Aboriginal people. see Indigenous Australians
absolute risk approach, 148
active surveillance, 254
Adams, D., 379, 380, 381
Aday, L.A., 347
Adhikari, R., 146
administrative data, 65
advocacy, 125, 162–3, 170–1, 245, 246, 378
age adjustment, 66
age-specified rate, 66
agents, impacting on health, 84–5, 86, 103, 442–3
aging population, 390, 392–3
AIDS. see HIV/AIDS
Airs, Waters and Places (Hippocrates), 22
Aitken, C.K., 349, 354
Ajzen, I., 327, 421
Al-Majusi, 24
Alameda Population Health Laboratory, 73
Alder, 347
Alford, R., 137, 142
Allin, S., 246
Allwell, L., 375
Alma-Ata Declaration on Primary Health Care (1978), 17, 106, 158, 374
Alonzo, A., 349
Amano, Dr Keiko, 220
ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC), 208
ancient societies, 22–4, 35, 68, 103, 129
Anderson, J., 56
Antonowsky, A., 339
Appleby, J., 245
arboviral diseases, 284–5
Arnold, D., 30
Aroni, R., 140, 141
Arrow, K., 136
asbestos related diseases, 264, 281, 282
Aschengrau, A., 66
Ashton, J., 126
attribution theory, 96
Australia: State of the Environment 1996 (report), 292
Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA), 165, 276, 277
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 41, 43, 208, 209, 269
Australian Charter for Environmental Health, 290
Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR), 208, 301
Australian Constitution, 33, 34, 63, 166, 186, 187, 188, 191
Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council (AHMAC), 214, 215, 278
Australian Health Ministers Conference (AHMC), 176–7, 350
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), 39, 41, 44, 45, 205, 206, 215, 216, 230, 248, 269
Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine, 231, 248
Australian Medical Association (AMA), 44, 45, 138, 139, 140, 142, 157, 288
Australian National Health Survey, 41, 43, 268
Australian Public Service (APS), 166
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), 289
Australian Research Council (ARC), 218
Australian Rural Leadership Program, 236
autonomy, 144
Awofeso, 103
Ayres, I., 198, 199
bacteriology, 22, 69–70, 103
Balding, B., 12
Bammer, G., 99, 404, 405
Bandura, A., 96, 422
Barker's hypothesis, 76, 93
Barrand, P., 349
barriers to entry, 135
Baryulgil asbestos mine (NSW), 281, 282
Baum, F., 330
Bauman, A.E., 19, 66, 308
BEACH (Bettering the Evaluation and Care of Health) survey, 209
Beaglehole, R., 19
Beaver, C., 244
Beddie, F., 52
Beder, S., 32
Begg, S., 246
behaviour, 10, 13, 38, 41, 72, 90, 91, 111, 135
change, 13, 96, 104, 105, 107, 126, 143, 305, 324, 327
illegal, 196, 349, 353–4
Bell, C., 24, 25
Bell, M., 237
Bell, W., 390
Ben-Shlomo, Y., 76
Bennett, S., 314, 347
Bentham, J., 410
Berkman, L., 75, 90, 328
Better Health Commission, 159, 178
Beveridge Report (1942), 130
Bidemead, I., 192, 194
bio-psychosocial model, 94, 97

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