|Author||Osborne, Katy; Baum, Fran; Brown, Lynsey|
|Source/Publisher||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare; Australian Institute of Family Studies|
The health disadvantages experienced by Indigenous Australians are shaped by the broader social and economic conditions in which they live. In this paper, evidence relating to improving Indigenous outcomes and ?closing the gap? is reviewed across a range of key social and economic determinants of health and wellbeing. For each key determinant area, there are particular issues which contribute towards success.
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