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Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia 2009, Overview & Trends

Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia 2009

Published by the Department of Health, this is an analysis of the 2009 data from the Department of Health's Health and Wellbeing Survey and presents information on a range of indicators associated with Western Australian children's health and wellbeing.

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Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia 2009

The WA Health and Wellbeing Surveillance System (HWSS) is a continuous data collection system, which was developed to monitor the health and wellbeing of Western Australians. Each month, more than 550 people throughout Western Australia are interviewed. The HWSS began in March 2002 and as at December 2009 more than 50,000 interviews have been conducted. Of these, 9,941 were conducted with parents/carers of children up to the age of 15 years.

The Health and Wellbeing of Children in Western Australia 2009, Overview and Trends report presents the information collected on these children for 2009 with trends over time.


Year published: 2010

 

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