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781 Supply, demand and harm reducation strategies in Australian prisons: implementation, cost and evaluation 2004 Black, E. Dolan, K. Wodak, A. Report
782 Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia 2002-03 2004 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Report
783 Increasing access to services in NSW for Aboriginal people at risk of contracting or who have blood borne infections 2004 Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of New South Wales Mandala Consulting Report
784 Strategy for eradicating substance abuse in Cape York Peninsula 2004 Edited book
785 Models of intervention and care for psychostimulant users 2004 Baker, A. Lee, N.K. Jenner, L. (Eds.) Report
786 Barriers and incentives to treatment for illicit drug users 2004 Treloar, C. Abelson, J. Cao, W. Brener, L. Kippax, S. Schultz, L. Schultz, M. Bath, N. Report
787 The relationship between drugs and crime 2004 Urbis Keys Young Report
788 Dual diagnosis in an Australian forensic psychiatric hospital: prevalence and implications for services 2004 Ogloff, J.R. Lemphers, A. Dwyer, C. Journal article
789 Hepatitis C infection and incarcerated populations 2004 Macalino, G.E. Hou, J.C. Kumar, M.S. Taylor, L.E. Sumantera, I.G. Rich, J.D. Journal article
790 Prisoners are at risk for hepatitis C transmission 2004 Butler, T. Kariminia, A. Levy, M. Kaldor, J. Journal article
 
 
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