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1001 The health of Noongar people in the central wheatbelt health region, Western Australia 1994 Western Australia Health Promotion Service Book
1002 Strengthening community action in the Northern Territory 1994 Walley, G. Trindall, D. Journal article
1003 Aboriginal health: Children's Health Promotion Project 1994 Thorpe, L. Journal article
1004 The importance of health education in programs to control diarrhoea: experiences in an Australian Aboriginal community 1994 Ratnaike, R. N. Chinner, T. L. Journal article
1005 Aboriginal women's business bush meeting 1994 Pratt, T. Baldwin, S. Kickett, G. Conference presentation
1006 The Victorian Aboriginal Mental Health Network: developing a model of mental health care for Aboriginal communities 1994 McKendrick, J. Thorpe, M. Journal article
1007 Amplification for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland: demographic characteristics 1994 Massie, R. McPherson, B. Journal article
1008 Amplification for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland: factors in successful usage 1994 Massie, R. McPherson, B. Journal article
1009 Health promotion or self-promotion? A Central Australian Aboriginal alcohol media strategy 1994 Maher, C. Tilton, E. Report
1010 'New public health' approaches amongst isolated rural Aboriginal communities in New South Wales 1994 Lawson, J. S. Close, G. Journal article
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