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released: 2 Nov 2015 author: AIHW

This Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Annual Report 2014–15 reviews AIHW activities and highlights significant achievements in the 2014–15 financial year. It enables the Australian Parliament, the Australian Government and the people of Australia to assess the efficiency, effectiveness and economy with which the AIHW provides Australians with quality, nationally-consistent health and welfare information. Our activities are guided by legislative and government requirements, as well as our work plan and contractual obligations. Our performance in the 2014–15 year is described with reference to these requirements and plans, in particular, the requirements of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

ISSN 2205-4960 (PDF) and 1321-4985 (Print); ISBN 978-1-74249-808-9; Cat. no. AUS 195; 303pp.; FREE

Publication

Publication table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title and verso pages
    • Chair's report
    • Letter of transmittal
    • Contents
  • Body section
    • In brief
      • Who we are and what we do
      • We work collaboratively
      • Our performance
      • Our financial performance
      • Our communications
      • Our organisation
      • Our people
    • Director's report
    • Chapter 1 - Our performance
      • Understanding our performance
      • Our performance against PBS program objectives
      • Other aspects of our performance
      • Our financial performance
      • Our compliance with legislation on reporting
    • Chapter 2 - Our groups
      • Chief Information Officer Group
      • Community Services and Communication Group
      • Health Group
      • Hospitals, Resourcing and Classifications Group
      • Housing and Specialised Services Group
      • Indigenous and Children's Group
      • Collaborating centres
      • Business and Governance Group
    • Chapter 3 - Our communications
      • Communicating well
      • New releases
      • AIHW website
      • Media
      • Parliamentary relations
    • Chapter 4 - Our organisation
      • Legislation
      • Accountability
      • AIHW Board
      • AIHW Ethics Committee
      • Organisational structure
      • Executive
      • Collaborating to achieve common objectives
      • Financial management
      • Risk oversight and management
      • Managing ethically
      • Freedom of information
    • Chapter 5 - Our people
      • Staff profile
      • Workforce management
      • Recognising diversity
      • Terms and conditions of employment
      • Engaging with staff
      • Recognising and building expertise
      • Encouraging work health and safety
      • Accommodation and energy efficiency
  • End matter
    • Appendixes
      • Appendix 1 Enabling legislation
      • Appendix 2 Corporate governance
      • Appendix 3  Meeting attendance-AIHW Board and AIHW Ethics Committee, and outgoing members, 2014-15
      • Appendix 4 Senior Executives and Unit Heads
      • Appendix 5  Participation in national committees
      • Appendix 6 Collaboration with universities and specialist centres
      • Appendix 7  Data collections
      • Appendix 8 Products, journal articles and presentations
      • Appendix 9  Compliance matters
      • Appendix 10  Data for figures in this report
      • Appendix 11  Financial statements
    • Reader guides
    • Abbreviations, acronyms and symbols
    • Glossary
    • Lists of tables, figures and spotlights
    • Annual report 2013-14 errors and omissions
    • Compliance index
    • Index

Recommended citation

AIHW 2015. Annual report 2014–15. AIHW annual report. Cat. no. AUS 195. Canberra: AIHW.

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