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|Aboriginal health promotion video conferencing series [six DVDs]||2011||National Heart Foundation - WA Division (Aboriginal Health Team) WA Department of Health||Audiovisual|
|Alcohol and pregnancy and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a resource for health professionals||2009||Telethon Institute for Child Health Research||Booklet|
|Cannabis use and reproduction||2010||National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre||Factsheet|
|Clinical practice guidelines for depression and related disorders – anxiety, bipolar disorder and puerperal psychosis – in the perinatal period. A guideline for primary care health professionals||2011||Austin, M-P. Highet, N. Guidelines Expert Advisory Committee||Report|
|Community exposes pregnant drinking taboo||2012||World News Australia||Audiovisual|
|Diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and diabetes mellitus in pregnancy||2014||The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists||Report|
|Evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome||2011||Jean Hailes Foundation for Women’s Health||Report|
|Minymaku kutju tjukurpaa: women's business manual||2008||Centre for Remote Health||Handbook|
|Perinatal depression protocol (PND): Maternal & Child Health Protocols||2010||Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council||Brochure|
|Special situations, settings and groups||2012||Adamson, D. Andersen, K. Black, K. Elliot, E. Harwood, A. Heffernan, E. Hill, S. Minnis, J. Whitton, G.||Book section|
|Start stronger, live longer: resource manual guide for Aboriginal health workers||2010||Kulunga Research Network||Resource package|
|The Australasian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society consensus guidelines for the management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in relation to pregnancy||2005||McElduff, A. Cheung, N.W. McIntyre, H.D. Lagström, J.A. Oats, J.J.N. Ross, G.P. Simmons, D. Walters, B.N.J. Wein, P.||Journal article|