The health and wellbeing of Aboriginal Victorians: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008 Supplementary report
For the years 2001 to 2007, the Victorian Population Health Survey was conducted at the state-wide level and sampled approximately 7,500 Victorians. In 2008 the sample size was expanded for the first time to approximately 34,000 Victorians, to enable analysis by local government area. The larger sample size also allowed a separate analysis of the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal adults aged 18 years and older. Therefore, this is the first time that the Victorian Population Health Survey program is specifically reporting on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal adults living in Victoria. You can read the Report here.