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1 Alcohol and its contributory role in fatal drowning in Australian rivers, 2002-2012 2017 Peden, A.E. Franklin, R.C. Leggat, P.A. Journal article
2 The thirty ninth annual Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry Report 2016 2017 Edited book
3 Elevated fasting glucose and albuminuria may be a marker for all-cause mortality in Indigenous adults in North Queensland - a follow up study, 1998–2006 2017 Li, M. McDermott, R. Journal article
4 Different survival analysis methods for measuring long-term outcomes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian cancer patients in the presence and absence of competing risks 2017 He, V.Y.F. Condon, J.R. Baade, P.D. Zhang, X. Zhao, Y. Online journal article
5 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social health atlas, Australia, 2013 2016 Public Health Information Development Unit Report
6 Children's headline indicators [interactive data portal] 2016 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Electronic source
7 Communities matter: a toolkit for community-driven suicide prevention: a resource for small towns 2016 Suicide Prevention Australia Electronic source
8 Perinatal data 2016 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Electronic source
9 The thirty eighth annual Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry Report 2015 2016 Edited book
10 Who leaves suicide notes? An exploration of victim characteristics and suicide method of completed suicides in Queensland 2016 Carpenter, B. Bond, C. Tait, G. Wilson, M. White, K. Journal article
11 Factors contributing to frequent attendance to the emergency department of a remote Northern Territory hospital 2016 Quilty, S. Shannon, G. Yao, A. Sargent, W. McVeigh, M.F. Journal article
12 Prevalence and incidence of frailty in Aboriginal Australians, and associations with mortality and disability 2016 Hyde, Z. Flicker, L. Smith, K. Atkinson, D. Fenner, S. Skeaf, L. Malay, R. Giudice, D. Journal article
13 Comparing colorectal cancer treatment and survival for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in New South Wales 2016 Weir, K. Supramaniam, R. Gibberd, A. Dillon, A. Armstrong, B.K. O'Connell, D.L. Journal article
14 Responding to injuries in remote and rural Australia 2016 Bishop, L. Gale, L. Laverty, M. Report
15 Causes of death, Australia, 2014 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics Electronic source
16 Causes of Death, Australia, 2014: Deaths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians [data cube] 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics Electronic source
17 Risk factors for stillbirth in a socio-economically disadvantaged urban Australian population 2016 de Graaff, E.C. Wijs, L.A. Leemaqz, S. Dekker, G.A. Journal article
18 Differences in impact of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status on cancer stage and survival by level of socio-economic disadvantage and remoteness of residence - a population-based cohort study in Australia 2016 Tervonen, H.E. Aranda, S. Roder, D. Walton, R. Baker, D. You, H. Currow, D. Journal article
19 Front-line worker perspectives on Indigenous youth suicide in Central Australia: initial treatment and response 2016 Kuipers, P. Lindeman, M.A. Grant, L. Dingwall, K. Journal article
20 Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2015 2016 Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet Report
 
 
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