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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare PHE Canberra: AIHW. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Get citations as an Endnote file : Endnote. PDF 2. On average, Australian females experience different health outcomes than Australian males. Compared with males, females have a higher life expectancy and experienced more of their total disease burden due to living with disease rather than from dying early from disease and injury.
They are more likely than males to experience sexual violence and to have multiple chronic conditions. Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality WHO a. Measures of sexual health include the prevalence of sexual difficulties and sexually transmissible infection rates.
Sexually transmitted infections STIs are a subset of communicable diseases known to be transmitted through sexual contact. More than 30 different viruses, bacteria and parasites are known to be transmitted sexually WHO b. If left untreated, these infections can have serious consequences for long-term health. In Australia, data about new cases of STIs are collected through notifiable disease monitoring systems.
Data about common infections are routinely published in annual surveillance reports, including chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV Kirby Institute Chart: AIHW. Source: Kirby Institute see Table S Notification rates for viral hepatitis and HIV have remained stable over time in females. However, there has been an increase in rates of chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis notifications.
The increase in gonorrhoea and syphilis notifications are more dramatic than the increase in chlamydia, with rates of gonorrhoea in females twice as high in as in and rates of syphilis 4 times as high in as in For more information, see HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections in Australia: Annual surveillance report For more information, see Sexual and reproductive health.
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National Strategic Framework for Chronic Conditions. Canberra: Australian Government. AIHW a. Australian Burden of Disease Study: impact and causes of illness and death in Australia Australian Burden of Disease series no. BOD AIHW b.
Endometriosis in Australia: prevalence and hospitalisations. AIHW c. PER AIHW d. Perinatal series no. AIHW f. Improving health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers, babies and young children: a literature review. Kirby Institute HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections in Australia: annual Surveillance report Sydney: Kirby Institute. Department of Health, Canberra.
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Viewed 11 July The browser you are using to browse this website is outdated and some features may not display properly or be accessible to you. Please use a more recent browser for the best user experience. Print this Click to open the social media sharing options Share. Last updated: 10 Dec View citation formats for this report Citation Close. Vancouver Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Save web report. Enter the address where you would like the PDF sent. This address will not be used for any other purpose. Sexual health Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality WHO a.
Sexually transmitted infections Sexually transmitted infections STIs are a subset of communicable diseases known to be transmitted through sexual contact. Around 2 in 3 Australian women experienced at least 1 sexual difficulty in the last 12 months. AIHW e. Deaths in Australia. AIHW g. Mental health services in Australia: in brief HSE WHO b. Sexually transmitted infections STIs : Key facts. Viewed 25 March Next. Go back to top. Required fields.Girls looking for sex Australia il
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