Measuring health disparities in Australia: using data to drive solutions - Dr Kalinda Griffiths

Data is critical in identifying and monitoring disparities in health services and outcomes for all Australians. The vision for equitable rural and remote health requires us to recognise the intersecting lives and experiences of people living outside of major cities. There are however much needed discussions regarding the use of existing data to identify and address nuanced distributions of health within and across intersecting populations in order to drive system reform.

This talk aims to highlight some key concerns and future solutions when interrogating health and health systems through data and information.

The National Rural and Remote Health talk was not live streamed but was recorded. Link: 

Date Published
Tuesday, 2 April 2019
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