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1601 Report on first National Indigenous Environmental Health Workers' Conference, Broome, Western Australia 18th-19th May 1999 1999 National Indigenous Environmental Health Workers' Conference Report
1602 Putting the picture together: prosperity, redistribution, health and welfare 1999 Wilkinson, R.G. Book section
1603 Older people, Australia: a social report 1999 Australian Bureau of Statistics Report
1604 A profile of Queensland Health's Indigenous workforce: full report 1998 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Unit Report
1605 Aboriginal health: commonwealth policy and rationale 1998 Wooldridge, M. Conference presentation
1606 Child protection policy and practice in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland in the 1990s 1998 Tilbury, C. Journal article
1607 Indigenous issues: from exclusion to negotiation: psychology in Aboriginal social justice 1998 Thorpe, M. Journal article
1608 The job still ahead: economic costs of continuing Indigenous employment disparity 1998 Taylor, J. Hunter, B. Report
1609 Making sense of the census data: a components analysis of employment change among Indigenous Australians 1998 Taylor, J. Bell, M. Journal article
1610 Positions and training of the Indigenous health workforce 1998 Sibthorpe, B. Baas Becking, F. Humes, G. Journal article
 
 
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