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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

HealthInfoNet's HealthBibliography reaches 25,000 publications

Date posted: 23 April 2013

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet's HealthBibliography is the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference library on Australian Indigenous health and is now one of the largest. The HealthBibliography now has over 25,000 publications in its collection in total, with over 20,000 of these including material on Australian Indigenous health.

Rapid improvement in the collection of bibliographic information from internet sources has enabled the library-level search facility to collect a greater number of publications than was previously available. The online search facility of the Australian Indigenous HealthBibliography means users can instantly access the most comprehensive bibliography of literature relating specifically to Australian Indigenous health.

Publications include journal articles, reports, theses, and ‘grey' literature to assist users in work or study. Grey literature includes reports, conference papers, and PHD theses which can also add to the knowledge base in gaining an accurate perspective and data on Australian Indigenous health.

The HealthBibliography is free for everyone to access. You find more information about the HealthBibliography and start searching for information using the links below.


Last updated: 23 April 2013
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