What is GRAPHC?
The National Centre for Geographic Resources & Analysis in Primary Health Care at ANU
GRAPHC promotes and facilitates the use of geographical information systems (GIS) to inform locally relevant and equitable solutions for targeting health resources and services in Australia. GRAPHC aims to meet the needs of Australian Health Research by providing and maintaining research resources: Spatially attributed Health and Demographic Data, Spatial Analyses, On-line Interactive Mapping Systems, Privacy & Confidentiality protection for precision location data, etc.
To enhance the capacity of health services, by using geographically based tools, methods, data and web-based mapping platforms to support research into primary health care issues.
GRAPHC: Access to Maps, Data, Information & Tools
promotes and facilitates the use of data and location to help identify, analyse, and predict:
- Current and emerging healthcare needs,
- Available healthcare resources & services, and
- How to best use resources to address needs, relevant to geographic areas or places of interest in Australia, and
- to educate and inform users and the wider community of the outcomes.
HLA Open Access contains variety of interactive mapping tools as well as many research and resource mapping visualisations
GRAPHC engages with a variety of Health related projects including:
- LifeSpan Suicide Prevention *
- (514) 708-1422
- Mental Health Workforce *
- ACT - BMI *
- Frailty (l)
- MSOD *(l)
- MABEL (l)
- Optometry Australia (l)
* - Research Projects are restricted access.
(l) - Legacy Projects (Flash required)
What is available to registered users?
Click the links here to have various aspects of GRAPHC resources described and or explained.
Registered users can add their own data, share maps, access data and mapping instances not open to anonymous users and contribute to future development.