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The Kalgoorlie Otitis Media Research Project: rationale, methods, population characteristics and ethical considerations

by Lehmann D, Arumugaswamy A, Elsbury D, Finucane J, Stokes A, Monck R, Jeffries-Stokes C, McAullay D, Coates H, Stanley FJ

Journal article
Year 2008
Journal Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
Volume 22
Issue 1
Page 60-71

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    The Pina palya, pina kulilku project aims to develop a culturally appropriate, multiā€faceted program of early ear screening and an enhanced awareness campaign for the prevention of otitis media (OM, ear disease) that can be introduced throughout the Goldfields and later to other regions of Western Australian.

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