This Reconciliation Week, celebrate the good news in indigenous health
The health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people has seen several improvements in recent years. To mark Reconciliation Week, here are 6 good news stories.
The services described on this page are designed to improve access to healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Health Care Homes program
Health Care Homes is a new program designed to coordinate healthcare for people with long-term, complex health conditions.
Video: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and dementia
Watch these videos to learn from an expert how dementia affects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Primary health networks (PHNs)
Primary health networks (PHNs) were set up to improve patient care and to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of patient care. Learn more about the role of PHNs.
Faecal incontinence is when you experience leakage from the bowel due to poor bowel control. Up to 1 in 20 people have this condition, but there are treatments available.
Incontinence – an overview
Incontinence can often be cured, or at least treated and managed. There’s no need to be embarrassed about it – the first step is to talk to your doctor.
If you have urinary incontinence (trouble controlling your bladder), a simple lifestyle change or treatment may be all that’s needed to cure or improve it, or to help you manage the condition. Learn more here.