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1 Primary clinical care manual: 9th edition 2016 Queensland Health Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) Report
2 Experiences of diagnosis, care and treatment among Aboriginal people living with hepatitis C 2016 Brener, L. Wilson, H. Jackson, L.C. Johnson, P. Saunders, V. Treloar, C. Journal article
3 Torres Strait Islanders' understandings of chronic hepatitis B and attitudes to treatment 2016 Anderson, E. Ellard, J. Wallace, J. Journal article
4 Multiple stigmas, shame and historical trauma compound the experience of Aboriginal Australians living with hepatitis C 2016 Treloar, C. Jackson, L.C. Gray, R. Newland, J. Wilson, H. Saunders, V. Johnson, P. Brener, L. Journal article
5 Improving the identification of priority populations to increase hepatitis B testing rates, 2012 2016 van Gemert, C. Wang, J. Simmons, J. Cowie, B. Boyle, D. Stoove, M. Enright, C. Hellard, M. Online journal article
6 Viral hepatitis in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities 2016 Kerr, A. Journal article
7 Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2015 2016 Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet Report
8 The impact of prior flavivirus infections on the development of type 2 diabetes among the Indigenous Australians 2016 Sorenson, A. Owens, L. Caltabiano, M. Cadet-James, Y. Hall, R. Govan, B. Clancy, P. Journal article
9 Evidence review for NSW Sexually Transmissible Infections (STI) Strategy 2016 Schierhout, G. Guy, R. Donovan, B. Kaldor, J. Report
10 Australia’s notifiable disease status, 2014: annual report of the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System 2016 National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System Annual Report Writing Group Report
11 Enteric disease in the Northern Territory in 2015 2016 Draper, A. Journal article
12 Summary of national surveillance data on vaccine preventable diseases in Australia, 2008-2011 2016 Dey, A. Knox , S. Wang, H. Beard, F.H. McIntyre, P.B. Journal article
13 Review of illicit drug use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 2016 MacRae, A. Hoareau, J. Report
14 HCV knowledge among a sample of HCV positive Aboriginal Australians residing in New South Wales 2016 Wilson, H. Brener, L. Jackson, L.C. Saunders, V. Johnson, P. Treloar, C. Journal article
15 Deadly Liver Mob: opening the door - improving sexual health pathways for Aboriginal people in Western Sydney 2016 Biggs, K. Walsh, J. Ooi, C. Journal article
16 Individual and population level impacts of illicit drug use, sexual risk behaviours on sexually transmitted infections among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: results from the GOANNA survey 2016 Wand, H. Ward, J. Bryant, J. Delaney-Thiele, D. Worth, H. Pitts, M. Kaldor, J.M. Online journal article
17 An overview of the epidemiology of notifiable infectious diseases in Australia, 1991–2011 2016 Gibney, K.B. Cheng, A.C. Hall, R. Leder, K. Journal article
18 Australia's health 2016 2016 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Report
19 Prevalence of hepatitis C among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a systematic review and meta-analysis 2016 Graham, S. Harrod, M.E. Iversen, J. Hocking, J.S. Online journal article
20 Hepatitis B and C in Australia annual surveillance report supplement 2016 2016 The Kirby Institute Report
 
 
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