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Table 2 Determinants of health addressed by ACCHO activities reported

From: Aboriginal community controlled health organisations address health equity through action on the social determinants of health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia

ACCHO Activities Total coded annual reports N(%) Structural determinants: social determinants of health inequities Intermediary determinants: social determinants of health
Socio- political context Socioeconomic position
Client activitiesa
 Total ANNUAL REPORTS CODED n(%) 67 (100) 36 (53.7) 67 (100) 67 (100)
 Clinical Care 62 (92.5) 0 0 62
 Community and Cultural Engagement 59 (88.1) 1 27 55
 Health Promotion 59 (88.1) 1 20 58
 Drug, Alcohol and Addiction 53 (79.1) 2 8 50
 Mental Health 52 (77.6) 2 8 50
 Family Support 48 (71.6) 1 10 41
 Schools, Education and Training 47 (70.1) 1 37 23
 Case Management 45 (67.2) 1 4 40
 Advocacy 42 (62.7) 33 15 29
 Transport 37 (55.2) 0 6 32
 Personal Empowerment 37 (55.2) 0 9 27
 Capacity Building and Community Empowerment 31 (46.3) 5 16 24
 Legal and Justice Services 28 (41.8) 5 2 27
 Financial Services 26 (38.8) 0 6 24
 Aging and disability CAREb 22 (32.8) 0 3 21
 Housing and Homelessness 22 (32.8) 2 2 21
 Employment 15 (22.4) 0 11 4
WORKFORCE AND Partnership Activities
 Workforce 67 (100) 0 67 27
 Collaborations & partnerships 57 (85.1) 13 31 48
 Workforce training 51 (76.1) 1 52 20
 Building Cultural Competency 33 (49.3) 0 31 15
  1. [Table 2 Legend: The social determinants of health and health inequity addressed by ACCHOs through the range of services they provided.]
  2. a activities were coded to all applicable social determinants categories and therefore could be found to address one or more areas of the WHO framework and can result in totals adding to more than 67. For example, an income or employment program may have also added addressed housing and would be coded to both Socio-economic Position and Intermediary Determinants
  3. b in-community programs for older people and people with a disability to assist them to continue to live independently
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