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Adoption consent code N

468236 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the consent by birth parents to an adoption.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption Indigenous status code N

651228 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing Indigenous status.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption type code N

722902 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing categories of adoptions.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption type code N

651126 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing categories of adoptions.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption consent, code N

650100 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of consent given for an adoption, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement, total N[NN]

722849 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of children placed with adoptive families.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—application for information lodged, total number N[NN]

651750 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of applications lodged seeking information about an adoption.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—application for information type, code N

650116 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of application seeking information about an individual in relation to an adoption, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—application type, information/veto code N[N]

650898 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The reason for which an application was lodged by a person in relation to an adoption, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—finalised adoption, total number N[NN]

650122 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of adoptions finalised.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—Indigenous status, code N

651224 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Whether an adoptive parent identifies as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin, as represented by a code. This is in accord with the first two of three components of the Commonwealth definition.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—person who lodged a veto, party to an adoption, code N[N]

653309 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The person who lodged a veto preventing another party to an adoption from making contact and/or restrict the release of identifying information about themselves, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption—veto lodgement, total number N[NN]

650160 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of vetoes lodged blocking contact or the release of identifying information in relation to an adoption.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoptive family—sibling composition, text X[X(199)]

650286 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted, as represented by text.
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoptive family—sibling composition, type code N[N]

655266 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Australian Cancer Database, 2013; Quality Statement

658607 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Important note To avoid excessive repetition in this data quality statement, the word ‘cancer’ is used to mean ‘cancer, excluding basal cell carcinomas of the skin and squamous cell carcinomas of the skin’. In most states and territories these two skin cancers are not notifiable diseases, and in any case are not collected, and as such are not in the scope of the Australian Cancer Database (ACD). Summary of Key Points All states and territories have legislation that makes cancer a notifiable dise...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Child—new client indicator, yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N

521821 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a child was a new child protection client of the reporting jurisdiction, as represented by a code.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Clinical specialties code N[N]

329673 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing type of clinical specialty of health-care providers.
Superseded: Health

Financial payment for out-of-home care code N[N]

456637 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing whether a child protection authority made or offered a financial contribution towards an out-of-home care placement.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Health-care incident—additional clinician specialty involved in health-care incident, clinical specialties code N[N]

424965 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The clinical specialty of the health-care provider(s) who played a role in the health-care incident that gave rise to a medical indemnity claim, in addition to the principal clinician responsible, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health

Health-care incident—principal clinician specialty involved in health-care incident, clinical specialties code N[N]

330143 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The clinical specialty of the health-care provider who played the most prominent role in the health-care incident, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health

Hospital care type code N[N]

391539 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the overall nature of a service provided by a hospital.
Superseded: Health

Hospital care type code N[N]

544596 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the overall nature of a service provided by a hospital.
Superseded: Health

Living arrangement type for child under care code N[N]

689321 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of living arrangement for a child under the care of a department responsible for child protection.
Superseded: Children and Families

Living arrangement type for child under care code N[N]

657322 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of living arrangement for a child under the care of a department responsible for child protection.
Superseded: Children and Families

Living arrangement type for child under care code N[N]

474167 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of living arrangement for a child under the care of a department responsible for child protection.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Medical indemnity claim management episode—medical indemnity claim finalisation date, DDMMYYYY

329635 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which a medical indemnity claim was settled, a final court decision was delivered, or the claim file was closed (whichever occurred first), expressed as DDMMYYYY.
Superseded: Health

Medical indemnity claim management episode—reserve size, range code N[N]

329868 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The estimated cost to the health authority of a medical indemnity claim when closed, including legal and investigative costs and claimant payment costs, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health

Medical indemnity claim—medical indemnity claim size, code N[N]

330121 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The amount agreed to be paid to the patient or some other party claiming for loss allegedly resulting from harm involving health care, in total settlement of a medical indemnity claim, plus defence investigative and legal costs, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health

National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection (NSABDC) Data Quality Statement: 2011-12

511883 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The NSABDC includes counts of cases of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) for each public hospital covered by SAB surveillance arrangements, and for private hospitals that choose to provide data. The data for public hospitals are collected in the hospital infection control arrangements by state and territory health authorities. Data on MRSA and MSSA cases for public hospitals are reported separately at a state or territory level. The data include the counts of patient days under surveillan...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection, 2015-16: Quality Statement

663249 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of key issues The National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection (NSABDC) is a data set that includes counts of healthcare associated cases of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) for each public hospital covered by SAB surveillance arrangements, and for private hospitals that choose to provide data. The data also include the counts of patient days under surveillance. Cases of SAB have been reported by all states and territories using the nationally agreed case definiti...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection, 2016–17: Quality Statement

687682 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of key issues The National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection (NSABDC) is a data set that includes counts of healthcare associated cases of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) for each public hospital covered by SAB surveillance arrangements, and for private hospitals that choose to provide data. The data also include the counts of patient days under surveillance. Cases of SAB have been reported by all state and territory health departments, private hospitals and pr...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection, 2017–18: Quality Statement

709796 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of key issues The National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection (NSABDC) is a data set that includes counts of healthcare associated cases of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) for each public hospital covered by SAB surveillance arrangements, and for private hospitals that choose to provide data. The data also include the counts of patient days under surveillance. All cases of SAB have been reported by state and territory health departments, private hospitals and pr...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection, 2018–19: Quality Statement

724058 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of key issues The National Staphylococcus aureus Bacteraemia Data Collection (NSABDC) is a data set that includes counts of healthcare associated cases of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) for each public hospital covered by SAB surveillance arrangements, and for private hospitals that choose to provide data. The data also includes the counts of patient days under surveillance and total patient days. All cases of SAB have been reported by state and territory health departments, ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory Child Hearing Health Coordinator data collection, 2014; Quality Statement

602083 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The CHHC data collection contains data from CHHC services provided in the Northern Territory, funded by the Australian Government through the National Partnership Agreement on Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory (SFNT). The SFNT began in July 2012 and provides funding over a decade to 2021–22. The hearing health component of this agreement replaced, and expanded upon, services implemented under the Northern Territory Emergency Response Child Health Check Initiative and the Closing the Gap...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory Child Hearing Health Coordinator data collection, 2015; Quality Statement

618109 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Child Hearing Health Coordinator (CHHC) data collection contains data from CHHC services provided in the Northern Territory, funded by the Australian Government through the National Partnership Agreement on Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory (SFNT). The SFNT began in July 2012 and provides funding to 2021–22. The hearing health component of this agreement replaced, and expanded upon, services implemented under the Northern Territory Emergency Response Child Health Check Initiative an...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory Ear, Nose and Throat teleotology data collection, 2015; Quality Statement

618107 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) teleotology services are funded through the Healthy Ears—Better Hearing, Better Listening programme. ENT teleotology services were previously funded through the Child Health Check Initiative and Closing the Gap programs (CHCI(CtG)), and this funding arrangement ended in December 2010. All Indigenous children and young people in the Northern Territory aged 21 and under are eligible for ENT teleotology services. Although nationally all Indigenous children and young peopl...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory ENT teleotology data collection, 2014; Quality Statement

598149 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
ENT teleotology services are funded through the Project Agreement on Improving Ear Health Services for Indigenous Australian Children. This Agreement supports the delivery of additional surgical services, clinical leadership programs and ENT teleotology services to the Northern Territory (as well as to four other jurisdictions), as part of the broader measure on Improving Eye and Ear Health Services for Indigenous Australians for Better Education and Employment Outcomes. ENT teleotology services...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory outreach audiology data collection, 2014; Quality Statement

602073 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Northern Territory outreach audiology data collection contains data from outreach audiology services provided in the Northern Territory, funded by two Australian Government programs: The National Partnership Agreement on Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory (SFNT) and the Healthy Ears—Better Hearing, Better Listening program. The SFNT began in July 2012 and provides funding over a decade to 2021–22. The hearing health component of this agreement replaced, and expanded upon, services im...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Northern Territory outreach audiology data collection, 2015; Quality Statement

618101 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Northern Territory outreach audiology data collection contains data from outreach audiology services provided in the Northern Territory, funded by two Australian Government programs: The National Partnership Agreement on Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory (SFNT) and the Healthy Ears—Better Hearing, Better Listening programme. The SFNT began in July 2012 and provides funding to 2021–22. The hearing health component of this agreement replaced, and expanded upon, services implemented un...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Patient—additional body function or structure affected, body function or structure code N[N]

330183 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The body function or structure of the patient alleged to have been affected, in addition to the primary body function or structure affected, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health

Patient—audiology assessment recommended course of action, code N[N]

504366 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The course of action for continuing care recommended for a patient as the result of an audiology assessment, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Indigenous

Patient—type of hearing loss, code N

504266 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of hearing loss diagnosed in a patient, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Indigenous

Person—adoption type, code N

651129 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The adoption category a person is adopted under, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—adoption type, code N

701000 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The adoption category a person is adopted under, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—adoption type, code N

722904 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The adoption category a person is adopted under, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—country of origin, code (SACC 2011) NNNN

471367 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The country of habitual residence of a person, as represented by a code.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—disability status, yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N

608048 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a person has a disability, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families
Standard: Housing assistance

Person—intercountry adoption living arrangement post arrival, code N

650277 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The living arrangement of an adopted person 12 months after entering Australia, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—intercountry adoption order type, code N

651107 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of arrangement under which an adopted person enters Australia, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Person—pre-adoption relationship to adoptive parent(s), code N

650275 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The pre-adoption relationship a person has to his/her adoptive parent(s), as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Relationship to adoptive parent(s) code N

468354 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing who a person was adopted by.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Remoteness classification (ASGS-RA) N

531713 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Australian Statistical Geography Standard-Remoteness Area (ASGS-RA) is a geographical classification which defines locations in terms of remoteness, i.e. the physical distance of a location from the nearest Urban Centre.
Superseded: Health

Residential mental health care NMDS 2014–15: National Residential Mental Health Care Database, 2015; Quality Statement

646598 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Residential Mental Health Care Database (NRMHCD) contains data on episodes of residential care provided by government-funded, 24-hour staffed, residential mental health services in Australia. The inclusion of government-funded, non-government-operated services and services that are not staffed for 24 hours a day is optional. Data for the Australian Capital Territory were not published for the 2014–15 collection period. The Indigenous status data in the database should be inter...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Service episode—funded out-of-home care placement, number N[NN]

652026 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The cumulative number of unique out-of-home care placements funded for a child during an episode of care.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service episode—funded out-of-home care placement, number N[NN]

657284 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The cumulative number of unique out-of-home care placements funded for a child during an episode of care.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service event—financial payment indicator, out-of-home care code N[N]

652697 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a financial payment has been made by, or on behalf of, a child protection authority to support a child in an out-of-home-care placement, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service event—living arrangement type, care arrangement code N[N]

741643 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of care arrangement in which a person under the care of a department responsible for child protection resides, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service event—living arrangement type, child under care code N[N]

657320 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of living arrangement a person under the care of a department responsible for child protection resides, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service event—living arrangement type, child under care code N[N]

620517 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of living arrangement a person under the care of a department responsible for child protection resides, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service event—living arrangement type, child under care code N[N]

689331 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of living arrangement a person under the care of a department responsible for child protection resides, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service provider organisation—approved intercountry adoption client, total number N[NN]

650269 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of intercountry adoption clients approved by a service provider organisation to adopt a child.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service provider organisation—intercountry adoption client file sent overseas, total number N[NN]

650265 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of intercountry adoption client files that were sent to countries outside Australia that provide intercountry adoption by a service provider organisation.
Superseded: Children and Families

Service provider organisation—intercountry adoption client, total number N[NN]

651409 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of intercountry adoption applicants who became official clients of a service provider organisation.
Superseded: Children and Families

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection Data Quality Statement 2013-14

593778 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) replaced the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program(SAAP) National Data Collection (NDC) on July 1 2011. There are significant differences between the SAAP NDC and the SHSC. Data is collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection.All agencies that receive funding under the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) or the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) to provide specialist homelessness services...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection Data Quality Statement 2014-15

626455 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) replaced the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (SAAP) National Data Collection (NDC) on July 1 2011. There are significant differences between the SAAP NDC and the SHSC. Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All agencies that receive funding under the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) or the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) to provide specialist homelessness servic...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2015–16; Quality Statement

659136 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) or the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) to provide specialist homelessness services. Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All agencies that receive funding under the NAHA or the NPAH to provide specialist homelessness services ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2016–17; Quality Statement

683255 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) or the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) to provide specialist homelessness services. Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All agencies that receive funding under the NAHA or the NPAH to provide specialist homelessness services ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2017–18; Quality Statement

702922 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the (former) National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) or the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH). Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All agencies that receive funding under the NAHA or the NPAH to provide specialist homelessness services are in scope for the SHSC, although...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2018–19; Quality Statement

723399 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement (NHHA). On 1 July 2018 the NHHA replaced previous funding agreements auspicing this collection, the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) and the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH). Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2019–20; Quality Statement

734071 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement (NHHA). On 1 July 2018 the NHHA replaced previous funding agreements auspicing this collection, the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) and the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH). Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Specialist Homelessness Services Collection, 2020–21; Quality Statement

746581 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) collects information on people seeking services from agencies that receive funding under the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement (NHHA). Summary Data are collected monthly from agencies participating in the collection. All agencies that receive funding under the NHHA to provide specialist homelessness services are in scope for the SHSC, although some agencies are exempt from supplying data. For the 2020–21 reporting pe...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory dental data collection

591588 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Partnership Agreement on Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory SFNT was implemented mid–2012 outlining a 10 year commitment to 2021–22. It is funded by the Australian Government and delivered by the Northern Territory Government. The AIHW collects data on the SFNT Oral Health Program (OHP) which includes the delivery of clinical services, tooth extractions under general anaesthetic (in the first 3 years of the agreement), and a preventive program including the delivery of fissu...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

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