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Overview of the health of Indigenous people in Western Australia 2013. Figures and tables. Population pyramid of Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations in WA, 30 June 2011. Source : ABS, 2013.

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**Overview of the health of Indigenous people in Western**Australia 2013 Figures and tables**Population pyramid of Indigenous and non-Indigenous**populations in WA, 30 June 2011 Source: ABS, 2013**Place of usual residence for Western Australian Indigenous**population by Indigenous region, 30 June 2011 • Source: ABS, 2013 • Notes: • This table presents raw census count numbers and as such underestimates the population of Indigenous people in each jurisdiction. For this reason the status unknown column is included • The Indigenous regions are those used by the ABS for aggregation of population estimates**Age-specific fertility rates, by Indigenous status of**mother, WA and Australia, 2011 • Source: ABS, 2012 • Notes: • Rates are births per 1,000 women in each age-group • n.p. refers to numbers not available for publication, but included in totals where applicable • Births to mothers aged less than 15 years are included in the 15-19 years age-group • Births to mothers aged 50 years or older are included in the 45-49 years age-group**Age-specific death rates, by sex and Indigenous status, and**Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2007-2011 • Source: ABS, 2012 • Notes: • Rates are per 100,000 population, except for age 0 • Rate ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Deaths for which Indigenous status was not stated were excluded from the calculation of rates**Age-standardised death rates, by Indigenous status and**cause, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2006-2010 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Due to the under-identification of Indigenous deaths, these rates are likely to under-estimate the true difference between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations • Rates per 100,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-specific hospital separation rates (excluding dialysis),**by Indigenous status and sex, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Numbers include separations for which Indigenous status was not stated • Rates are expressed as separations per 1,000 population • Rate ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rate ratios for ‘All ages’ are directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population (*)**Age-standardised hospital separation rates, by principal**diagnosis and Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: Derived from AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Numbers include separations for which Indigenous status was not stated • Rates are expressed as separations per 1,000 population and directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population • Rate ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-specific hospitalisation rates for cardiovascular**disease, by sex and Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rates per 1,000 population • Rate ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rate ratios for ‘All ages’ have been directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population (*)**Age-standardisedhospitalisation rates for Indigenous people**for a principal diagnosis of disease of the circulatory system, by type of circulatory disease, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • 1. Rates are per 1,000 population, directly age standardised using the Australian 2001 standard population • Rate ratio is Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-standardised incidence rates for selected cancers, by**Indigenous status and sex, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2007-2011 • Source: Western Australian Cancer Registry, 2013 • Notes: • Rates are per 100,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-specific incidence rates for cancer, by sex and**Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2007-2011 • Source: Western Australian Cancer Registry, 2013 • Notes: • Rates are per 100,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • n.p. refers to numbers not available for publication**Age-specific hospitalisation rates for cancer, by Indigenous**status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-2010 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-standardised cancer death rates, by Indigenous status**and type of cancer, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2006-2010 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rates are per 100,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rates are directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian estimated resident population • Cervical cancer is for females only**Age-specific hospitalisation rates for a principal diagnosis**of diabetes, by Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rate ratio for ‘All ages’ are directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population (*)**Numbers and age-standardised incidence rates of end stage**kidney disease, by Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA and Australia, 2008-2010 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rates per 100,000 population • Rate ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-specific notification rates of end-stage kidney disease,**by Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA and Australia, 2008-2010 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rates per 100,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rates and rat ratios for ‘All ages’ are age standardised**Age-standardisedhospitalisation rates for dialysis and**chronic kidney disease, by Indigenous status and sex, WA and NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA and NT combined, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • 1. Rates per 1,000 population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Rates were directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population**Numbers and proportions of injury-related hospital**separations, and age-standardised Indigenous rates, by principal diagnosis, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rate per 1,000 population directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Age-specific hospitalisation rates for respiratory diseases,**by sex and Indigenous status, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-10 • Source: AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Rates are per 1,000 population • Rates for ‘All ages’ are directly age-standardised using the Australian 2001 standard population • Rate ratios for ‘All ages’ are directly age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population (*)**Proportions (%) of Indigenous people reporting number of**lost teeth and denture use, by age-group and type of condition, WA, 2004-2005 • Source: ABS, 2006 • Notes: • Some proportions should be viewed with caution because of sampling variability • n.p. refers to numbers not available for publication, but included in totals where applicable**Age-standardised prevalence (%) of adults with a**disability, non-remote areas, by Indigenous status, WA and Australia, 2008 • Source: Derived from AIHW, 2013 • Notes: • Proportions are age-standardised • Caution should be exercised in comparing these estimates with those from other sources because these estimates (a) are restricted to people living in non-remote areas; and (b) being age-standardised, are not directly comparable with the actual prevalences • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Prevalence (%) of people needing assistance with core**activities, by sex, Indigenous status, and age-group, WA, 2011 • Source: Derived from ABS, 2013, ABS, 2001 • Notes: • Prevalences are expressed as percentages • Ratio is the Indigenous proportion divided by the non-Indigenous proportion • Rate ratios for 'All ages' are age-standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population (*) 4. The information in this table is based on counts from the 2011 Census**Proportions (%) of ‘potential’ users accessing NDA**specialist disability support services, by Indigenous status and type of service, WA, 2010-11 • Source: Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision, 2013 • Notes: • ‘Potential’ users are people aged 0-64 years with the ‘potential to require disability support services, including individuals who meet the service eligibility criteria but who do not demand these services’ • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate**Proportions (%) of invasive pneumococcal disease**notifications among Indigenous people, by age-group and sex, WA, 2007-2011 Source: Western Australian Department of Health, 2013**Proportions (%) of overweight or obese adults, by Indigenous**status and age-group, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA and Australia, 2004-2005 Source: AIHW, 2013 Note Proportions are age-standardised**Weight status of adults, by Indigenous status and weight**classification, WA, 2004-2005 Source: AIHW, 2013**Age-standardisedhospitalisation rates for alcohol-related**conditions, by sex, Indigenous status, and diagnosis, and Indigenous:non-Indigenous rate ratios, WA, 2008-09 • Source:Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision, 2011 • Notes: • Rates are directly standardised using the 2001 Australian standard population • Ratio is the Indigenous rate divided by the non-Indigenous rate • Non-Indigenous includes responses where Indigenous status was unknown

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