Indigenous Potentially Preventable Hospitalisations; identifying hotspots of inequalities

A Geographic and Temporal Analysis

Published: 2020

“We're a big country, you can’t possibly average out, in a meaningful way what happens from you know Cape York to Tasmania to Perth sort of thing, and I actually think communities are tired of being put into that basket, and part of the kind of the move towards self-management is about our data and what we need.” - response of an Indigenous knowledge broker to the relevance of the Indigenous Burden of Disease to the local, Indigenous context, and to community health services (Katz et al. 2017).

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