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1601 The health of Noongar people in the Great Southern Health Region 1993 Knowles, S. Woods, B. Book
1602 Aboriginal women's birthing and architectural implications in Central Australia 1993 Keys, C. Thesis
1603 Childhood immunisation in rural Western Australia: Aboriginal children do better in the more remote areas 1993 Kelly, H. Journal article
1604 Aboriginal health and history: power and prejudice in remote Australia 1993 Hunter, E. Book
1605 "The vast frontier": the Kimberley experience 1993 Frendin, P. Conference presentation
1606 Aboriginal child care needs in Kwinana and Rockingham 1993 Chin, J. Report
1607 Services for disabled people in the cross border region of the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia [unpublished] 1993 Barker, R. Report
1608 Growth of Aboriginal children in Western Australia in the 1980s: geographic and seasonal variation, and the relationship between impaired growth and hospital morbidity 1993 Atkinson, D. Thesis
1609 An epidemiological study of sudden infant death syndrome in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal infants in Western Australia, 1980-1989 1993 Alessandri, L. M. Read, A. W. Stanley, F. J. Report
1610 Western Australian response to the recommendations of the RCIADIC 1993 Anonymous Report
 
 
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