Monday, 11 December 2017

Health-adjusted life expectancy in Australia: expected years lived in full health 2011 [AIHW]

Health-adjusted life expectancy reflects the average length of time an individual can expect to live without disease or injury.

This report shows that: health-adjusted life expectancy increased comparably to life expectancy; and that people in Remote and very remote areas and people in the lowest socioeconomic group expected both shorter lives and fewer years in full health compared with their counterparts in Major cities and the highest socioeconomic group.

Download report: Health-adjusted life expectancy in Australia: expected years lived in full health 2011.

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