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261 Variable uptake of recommended interventions to reduce mother-to-child transmissions of HIV in Australia, 1982-2005 2008 Giles, M.L. McDonald, A.M. Elliott, E.J. Ziegler, J.B. Hellard, M.E. Lewin, S.R. Kaldor, J.M. Journal article
262 The roles of socioeconomic status and Aboriginality in birth outcomes at an urban hospital 2008 Titmuss, A.T. Harris, E. Comino, E.J. Journal article
263 Australia's mothers and babies 2006 2008 Laws, P. Hilder, L. Report
264 The health of the people of New South Wales – report of the Chief Health Officer, data book – Aboriginal peoples 2008 Population Health Division (NSW) Report
265 Pregnancy outcome in South Australia 2007 2008 Chan, A. Scott, J. Nguyen, A-M. Sage, L. Report
266 Aboriginal perinatal service expansion baseline evaluation - full report 2008 Brooks, J. Report
267 Aboriginal perinatal service expansion baseline evaluation report: executive summary 2008 Brooks, J. Report
268 Births, Australia, 2007 2008 Australian Bureau of Statistics Report
269 Building a Perinatal Service Model for a Western Australian Aboriginal Community 2008 Verrier, L. Brooks, J. Mitchell, M. Conference presentation
270 Beyond empathy: pathways through parenting: a model for improving Indigenous access to maternal, infant and early childhood health and family services: discussion paper 2008 SNAICC Resource Service Report
 
 
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