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31 Guidelines for ethical research in Australian Indigenous studies 2012 Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Report
32 A research process for integrating Indigenous and scientific knowledge in cultural landscapes: principles and determinants of success in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Australia 2012 Cullen-Unsworth, L.C. Hill, R. Butler, J.R.A. Wallace, M. Journal article
33 A bibliometric analysis of research on Indigenous health in Australia, 1972–2008 2012 Derrick, G.E. Hayen, A. Chapman, S. Haynes, A.S. Webster, B.M. Anderson, I. Journal article
34 Role and expectations of rural-remote and Indigenous local government 2012 Morton, A. Report
35 Telling stories in, through and with country: engaging with Indigenous and more-than-human methodologies at Bawaka, NE Australia 2012 Wright, S. Lloyd, K. Suchet-Pearson, S. Burarrwanga, L. Matalena Tofa, M. Bawaka Country Journal article
36 A review of community engagement in cancer control studies among Indigenous people of Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA 2012 Miller, J. Knott, V.E. Wilson, C. Roder D. Journal article
37 The need for genetic studies of Indigenous Australians [letters] 2012 Baynam, G.S. Journal article
38 Challenges for an Indigenous researcher working with young people in Alice Springs 2012 Fitz, J. Journal article
39 Economic and social contribution of Menzies School of Health Research to the NT, Australia and the Asia Pacific 2012 Deloitte Access Economics Report
40 The protocol for the Be Our Ally Beat Smoking (BOABS) study, a randomised controlled trial of an intensive smoking cessation intervention in a remote Aboriginal Australian health care setting 2012 Marley, J.V. Atkinson, D. Nelson, C. Kitaura, T. Gray, D. Metcalf, S. Murray, R. Maguire, G.P. Online journal article
 
 
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