North Queensland Health Atlas - launch webinar

The CRCNA's latest health research investment in partnership with James Cook University has harnessed data to create an open-access, interactive map that empowers northern Queensland communities to have a say in health service planning. 

The map, titled the Northern Queensland Health Atlas, will pilot the principles of place-based planning by increasing data accessibility for regional, rural and remote communities.  

The atlas gives users the ability to filter and overlay data on the burden of disease or ill health, socio-demographic information, the availability of general practice and other specialist services, as well as indicators of health system performance in specific geographic areas. 

This webinar provides an overview of the Atlas and some handy tips on how to navigate the tool and use the information.

Watch the webinar recording here.


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James Cook University

Strategic policy development
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