Publications - Health

The Victorian Government publications directory enables you to discover government publications and maps online. All publications are available for download from departmental websites.

For Legislation

To download authorised legislation, visit Legislation.vic.gov.au

To purchase hardcopy legislation:

SAI Global Bookshop
85 Buckhurst Street
South Melbourne VIC 3205
Telephone: 131 242
SAI Global offers a print on demand service. There may be a short wait while they print your legislation. Alternatively, please order by phone or online.

For Maps

To purchase hardcopy Topographic Maps 1:50,000 & 1:25,000

Visit Vicmap Topographic - Hardcopy Maps to locate a list of retailers.

Local Histories

Visit the Royal Historical Society of Victoria bookshop

 

The Royal Historical Society of Victoria
239 A'Beckett Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Telephone: (03) 9326 9288

Should you require further assistance in accessing government publications, please contact the Victorian Government Contact Centre on 1300 366 356

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    The Victorian Government provides a range of publications from departments and agencies.

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    • A brief history of hazardous waste in Victoria
      A brief history of hazardous waste in Victoria - Brochure

      From the 1970s through to the future.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Environment, Health

      EPA Victoria

    • About the medical review process
      About the medical review process - Brochure

      Learn about how and why we do medical reviews.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Health, Transport

      VicRoads

    • Absolutely Everyone: State Disability Plan 2017-2020
      Absolutely Everyone: State Disability Plan 2017-2020 - Report

      Absolutely everyone is the state disability plan 2017–2020 for the whole of the Victorian Government. We are committing to a range of action for achieving greater inclusion, in partnership with the community.

      Type: Report

      Category: Community, Health

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Access to Public Dental Services in Victoria (2016–17:13)
      Access to Public Dental Services in Victoria (2016–17:13) - Report

      This audit assessed the extent to which people eligible for public dental services have timely access to dental services, and whether the Department of Health & Human Services and Dental Health Services Victoria effectively facilitate timely access.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Ash residue in Morwell roof cavities - Community report - May 2017
      Ash residue in Morwell roof cavities - Community report - May 2017 - Report

      Final reports for the ash residue in Morwell roof cavities. The results of Senversa’s study show that brown coal ash did settle in some Morwell roof cavities during the Hazelwood coal mine fire in 2014. However, the ash is not likely to make people sick over time.

      Based on their study, Senversa found that the removal of ash or dust from roof cavities is unnecessary for health purposes.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Bullying and Harassment in the Health Sector (2015-16:28)
      Bullying and Harassment in the Health Sector (2015-16:28) - Report

      This audit focused on the effectiveness of the health sector in preventing and responding to inappropriate behaviour including bullying and harassment.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Carer Support Programs (2012–13:1)
      Carer Support Programs (2012–13:1) - Report

      There are approximately 700 000 informal carers in Victoria, including around 194 000 primary carers, providing unpaid care to a relative, partner or friend. Carers contribute greatly to our community, but often at a physical and emotional cost to themselves.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Clinical ICT Systems in the Victorian Public Health Sector (2013–14:8)
      Clinical ICT Systems in the Victorian Public Health Sector (2013–14:8) - Report

      This audit examined the clinical ICT systems of eight public health services to see whether they were appropriately planned and implemented and whether expected outcomes and benefits are being realised. It examined the HealthSMART clinical ICT systems implemented at four health services and clinical ICT systems implemented at four other health services.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Code of practice: The storage and handling of dangerous goods
      Code of practice: The storage and handling of dangerous goods - Guidelines

      This code of practice provides practical guidance on how to comply with your obligations under Victoria’s occupational health and safety legislation for the safe storage and handling of dangerous goods.

      Type: Guidelines

      Category: Business, Health

      WorkSafe Victoria

    • Community Health Program (2017-18:21)
      Community Health Program (2017-18:21) - Report

      Community health services are an integral part of Victoria’s primary care network. They deliver a diverse range of clinical and non-medical services, including the state-funded Community Health Program (CHP). The CHP is administered by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and aims to provide disadvantaged Victorians with access to high-quality general counselling, allied health, and nursing services.
      In this audit, we examined whether the CHP effectively contributes to good healthcare outcomes for Victoria’s priority populations. We analysed DHHS’s management of the CHP, with a particular focus on its strategic direction, access and demand management, and performance monitoring.
      This audit is important because well-coordinated primary care services may improve Victorian’s health and wellbeing, and reduce avoidable hospital admissions.
      As a follow-the-dollar audit, we also looked at 10 community health services:
      four integrated health services—Bendigo Health, East Wimmera Health Service, Monash Health and Peninsula Health
      five registered community health services—Bendigo Community Health Service, cohealth, Gippsland Lakes Community Health, Latrobe Community Health Service and North Richmond Community Health
      one multipurpose health service—Orbost Regional Health.
      We made seven recommendations to DHHS in this audit.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

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