Population and Digital Health prepares health and wellbeing information to inform policy and service planning in the Northern Territory. It is a central reference service for value added statistical analysis, research and reporting on a wide range of relevant issues. The Branch operates under two specialised disciplines - Epidemiology and Health Economics.
|Population and Digital Health Publications||Fact Sheets|
|Northern Territory Demography||This fact sheet provides an overview of the Northern Territory demography in 2015||Fact Sheet|
|Mortality in the Northern Territory, 1967-2012||
2016: An update of long-term trends and key indicators of mortality in the Northern Territory (NT) between 1967 and 2012. The information has been collated from multiple sources including population estimates produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and death data collated by the ABS and, more recently, by the Australian Coordinating Registry (ACR).
|Alcohol use in the Northern Territory, 2010 - 2013||
2015: Alcohol consumption is a major risk factor for health and at harmful levels is directly linked with liver disease, pancreatitis, diabetes, epilepsy and specific cancers. Alcohol is also associated with increased risk of injury through motor vehicle crashes and violence