Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/10620/17214
Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Young Australians: their health and wellbeing 2011
Authors: AIHW, various 
Australian Institue of Health and Welfare
Institution: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2011
Publisher: AIHW
Pages: 250
Keywords: health
wellbing indicators
youth
Abstract: This report is the fourth in a series of national statistical reports on young people aged 12-24 years, produced by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. It provides the latest available information on how Australia's young people are faring according to a set of national indicators of health and wellbeing. Death rates have fallen considerably among young people, mainly due to declines in injury deaths. Most young people are achieving national minimum standards for reading, writing and numeracy, are fully engaged in study or work, and have strong support networks. There are some favourable trends in risk and protective factors, such as declines in smoking and illicit substance use. But it is not all good news. There is a high rate of mental disorders among young people, and road transport accidents, although continuing to decline, are still a major cause of death among young males. Too many young people are overweight or obese, are not doing sufficient physical activity or eating enough fruit and vegetables, and are drinking alcohol at risky levels. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people are far more likely to be disadvantaged across a broad range of indicators.
URL: http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=10737419261
ISBN: 978-1-74249-171-4
Keywords: Children -- Adolescents and youth; Children; Health -- Wellbeing; Health
Research collection: Technical working papers and reports
Reports and technical papers
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