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03 February 2021

Data tables: 1.02 Top reasons for hospitalisation

Suppression rules have been applied so as to prevent non-Indigenous private hospital data being disclosed for Tasmania, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory.

02 February 2021

Page 5- Under the heading Injuries and poisoning—increase in hospitalisation rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales:



  • First sentence under this heading: Age-standardised rate of hospitalisations due to injury or poisoning among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales for 2016–17 corrected from “56” to “41”, for 2004–05 corrected from “36” to “22”.

  • Last sentence under this heading: Percentage of deaths corrected from “15%” to “14%”, number of deaths corrected from “940” to “600” and “injuries” corrected to “injuries and poisoning”. 


Page 6- First paragraph following the Cancer death rates graphs:



  • "Cancers among women” corrected to “all cancers” and “cancers among men” corrected to “all cancers”.


Page 9- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 9- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 10- At the end of 1st paragraph after the mid-page heading Decrease in the proportion of Indigenous Australians in New South Wales living in low income households:



  • “40%” corrected to “44%”


Page 17- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 6- First paragraph following the Cancer death rates graphs:



  • "Cancers among women” corrected to “all cancers” and “cancers among men” corrected to “all cancers”.


Page 9- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 9- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 17- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 6- First paragraph following the Cancer death rates graphs:



  • "Cancers among women” corrected to “all cancers” and “cancers among men” corrected to “all cancers”.


Page 9- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 9- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 17- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 7- Under the heading Decrease in rate of low birthweight babies born to Indigenous mothers in South Australia:



  • Second sentence under this heading, “decreased from 15% to 12%” corrected to “decreased from 16% to 12%”.


Page 9- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 9- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 17- In the table Most common reasons Indigenous Australians did not see a health care provider when needed, percentage for South Australia who gave the reason “Too busy” (row 2, column 1) corrected from “33%” to “34%”.


Page 17- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 5- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 6- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 6- Under the heading Over 1 in 3 Indigenous adults in Tasmania live in low income households:



  • Third paragraph under this heading, proportion of Indigenous Australians that could not raise $2,000 in a week corrected from “42%” to “41%”.


Page 13- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 4- Under the heading Falls are the leading cause of hospitalisations from injury among Indigenous Australians in the Australian Capital Territory, typographical error corrected from “Australan” to “Australian”.


Page 4- Under the heading Cardiovascular disease—prevalence among Indigenous Australians in the Australian Capital Territory similar to national rate:



  • First sentence under this heading, number of Indigenous Australians in the Australian Capital Territory corrected from “1,100” to “1,200”.


Page 5- Under the heading Around 1 in 8 babies born to Indigenous mothers in the Australian Capital Territory had a low birthweight:



  • Second sentence under this heading, percentage of low birthweight babies born to Indigenous mothers living in the Australian Capital Territory (excluding multiple births) corrected from “13%” to “14%”.


Page 6- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 6- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 14- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.

Page 6- First paragraph following the Cancer death rates graphs:



  • "Cancers among women” corrected to “all cancers” and “cancers among men” corrected to “all cancers”.


Page 8- Mortality rates of children aged 0–4, 1998–2018 graphs:



  • Northern Territory graph replaced, as the data for non-Indigenous Australians was incorrect.


Page 9- Title of Highest educational qualification graphs corrected from “2018–19” to “2017–19”.


Page 9- Highest educational qualification among those aged 20–64, 2018–19 graphs:



  • Northern Territory graph replaced, as the data for non-Indigenous Australians was incorrect.


Page 9- Under the heading No change in the employment rate among Indigenous Australians in New South Wales, last sentence in the second paragraph changed from:



  • “Nationally, there was a small increase in the employment rate for non-Indigenous Australians over this period.”


to:



  • “Nationally, the employment rate for Indigenous Australians changed little over this period, while for non-Indigenous Australians there was a small increase.”


Page 17- Title of People taking own leave from hospital graph—inserted “(age-standardised)”.