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21 Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2011 2012 Thomson, N. MacRae, A. Brankovich, J. Burns, J. Catto, M. Gray, C, Levitan, L. Maling, C. Potter, C. Ride, K. Stumpers, S. Urquhart, B. Report
22 Leading causes of death of Territorians aged 25-54 years 2012 Li, L. Li, S.Q. Guthridge, S. Journal article
23 An injury awareness education program on outcomes of juvenile justice offenders in Western Australia: an economic analysis 2012 Ho, K.M. Geelhoed, E. Gope, M. Burrell, M. Rao, S. Online journal article
24 Hospital separations due to injury and poisoning, Australia 2008-09 2012 McKenna, K. Harrison, J.E. Report
25 Hospital separations due to injury and poisoning, Australia 2007-08 2012 Norton, L. Harrison, J.E. Report
26 Hospital separations due to injury and poisoning, Australia 2006-07 2012 Norton, L. Kreisfeld, R. Harrison, J.E. Report
27 Penalties and reconviction risk among offenders convicted of drug driving 2012 Taussig, I. Jones, C. Report
28 South Australian Aboriginal health survey 2012 Taylor, A.W. Marin, T. Avery, J. Grande, D. Report
29 Addressing the “crime problem” of the Northern Territory Intervention: alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities 2012 Anthony, T. Blagg, H. Report
30 Risk of reconviction among offenders who commence the Blacktown Traffic Offender Program 2012 Rourke, P. Jones, C. Report
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