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1 The impact of sexually transmissible infection programs in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia: a systematic review 2012 Guy, R, Ward, J.S. Smith, K.S. Su, J. Huang, R. Tangey, A. Skov, S. Rumbold, A. Silver, B. Donovan, B. Kaldor, J.M. Journal article
2 Young Indigenous Australians' sexually transmitted infection prevention practices: a community-based participatory research project 2012 Mooney-Somers, J. Olsen, A. Erick, W. Scott, R. Akee, A. Maher, L. Journal article
3 Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2011 2012 Thomson, N. MacRae, A. Brankovich, J. Burns, J. Catto, M. Gray, C, Levitan, L. Maling, C. Potter, C. Ride, K. Stumpers, S. Urquhart, B. Report
4 Challenges for an Indigenous researcher working with young people in Alice Springs 2012 Fitz, J. Journal article
5 Summary of Australian Indigenous health, 2011 2012 Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet Report
6 Rapid point-of-care tests for HIV and sexually transmissible infection control in remote Australia: can they improve Aboriginal people's and Torres Strait Islanders' health? 2012 Ward, J. Guy, R. Huang, R. Knox, J. Couzos, S. Scrimgeour, D. Moore, L. Leahy, T. Hunt, J. Donovan, B. Kaldor, J.M. Journal article
7 The prevalence of chlamydia trachomatis infection in Australia: a systematic review and meta-analysis 2012 Lewis, D. Newton, D.C. Guy, R.J. Ali, H. Chen, M.Y. Fairley, C.K. Hocking, J.S. Online journal article
8 Trends in testing and notification for genital gonorrhoea in a northern Australian district, 2004–2008 2012 Su, J. Condon, J.R. Journal article
9 Education programs for Indigenous Australians about sexually transmitted infections and bloodborne viruses 2012 Strobel, N.A. Ward, J. Report
10 Understanding trends in genital chlamydia trachomatis can benefit from enhanced surveillance: findings from Australia 2012 Ali, H. Guy, R.J. Fairley, C.K. Wand, H. Chen, M.Y. Dickson, B. O'Connor, C.C. Marshall, L. Grulich, A.E. Kaldor, J.M. Hellard, M.E. Donovan, B. Journal article
11 Northern Territory sexual health and blood borne viruses unit surveillance update [vol 12 no 2, Jul-Sep 2011 & Oct-Dec 2011] 2012 Northern Territory Centre for Disease Control Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses Unit Report
12 Reducing the harms from substance misuse 2012 Doyle, B. Garsia, R. Haber, P. Lawler, J. O'Connor, C. van Beek, I. White, A. Book section
13 Clinical aspects of adult syphilis 2012 Read, P.J. Donovan, B. Journal article
14 Syphilis epidemiology and public health interventions in Western Australia from 1991 to 2009 2012 Kwan, K.S.H. Giele, C.M. Greville, H.S. Reeve, C.A. Lyttle, H.P. Mak, D.B. Journal article
15 Australia's health 2012 2012 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Report
16 Sexually transmissible infections and bloodborne viruses in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations 2012 Thomas, S.L. Kalsi, H. Graham, S. Journal article
17 Periodic presumptive (mass) treatment for sexually transmitted infections: Does it work? Does it do harm? Could there be a role for it in the Northern Territory? 2012 Ryder, N. Journal article
18 Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council standing orders: 7th edition - 2012 2012 Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council Report
19 Australia's notifiable diseases status, 2010: annual report of the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System 2012 NNDSS Annual Report Writing Group Journal article
20 Family Planning Association of Western Australia reconciliation action plan 2012 Family Planning Association of Western Australia Report
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