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2051 Duelling Band-aids: debating and debunking issues affecting primary health care to achieve deliverance for Australia's health 2000 Walker, J. Lennox, G. Journal article
2052 Central Australian nurse management model [CAN model]: a strategic approach to the recruitment and retention of remote-area nurses 2000 Van Haaren, M. Williams, G. Journal article
2053 An innovative family support program by and for Indigenous Australians: reflections in evaluation practice 2000 Tsey, K. Journal article
2054 Rural and remote oral health, problems and models for improvement: a Western Australian perspective 2000 Steele, L. Pacza, T. Tennant, M. Journal article
2055 Towards a sexual health strategy for remote communities in the Northern Territory 2000 Skov, S. Journal article
2056 The national inquiry into rural and remote school education 2000 Sidoti, C. Report
2057 The Umoona Kidney Project 2000 Shephard, M. Brown, M. Hudson, M. Riessen, C. Braun, J. Journal article
2058 High length-of-stay outliers under casemix funding of a remote rural community with a high proportion of Aboriginal patients 2000 Russell-Weisz, D. Hindle, D. Journal article
2059 Albuminuria in Australian Aboriginal people: prevalence and associations with components of the metabolic syndrome 2000 Rowley, K. G. Iser, D. M. Best, J. D. O'Dea, K. Leonard, D. McDermott, R. Journal article
2060 Reduced prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance and no change in prevalence of diabetes despite increasing BMI among Aboriginal people from a group of remote homeland communities 2000 Rowley, K. G. Gault, A. McDermott, R. Knight, S. McLeay, T. O'Dea, K. Journal article
 
 
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