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Families referred to a Child Assessment Team: the Campbelltown experience

Kayrouz N, Milne S, Cottier C, McDonald J (2014)
Families referred to a Child Assessment Team: the Campbelltown experience
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Early View: ()

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A qualitative study of staff perspectives of patient non-attendance in a regional primary healthcare setting

Akter S, Doran F, Avila C, Nancarrow S (2014)
A qualitative study of staff perspectives of patient non-attendance in a regional primary healthcare setting
Australasian Medical Journal; 7: (218-226)

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Does more equitable governance lead to more equitable health care? A case study based on the implementation of health reform in Aboriginal health Australia

Kelaher M, Sabanovic H, La Brooy C, Lock M, Lusher D, Brown L (2014)
Does more equitable governance lead to more equitable health care? A case study based on the implementation of health reform in Aboriginal health Australia
Social Science & Medicine; In press: ()

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Does delivery of a training program for healthcare professionals increase access to pulmonary rehabilitation and improve outcomes for people with chronic lung disease in rural and remote Australia?

Johnston CL, Maxwell LJ, Maguire GP, Alison JA (2014)
Does delivery of a training program for healthcare professionals increase access to pulmonary rehabilitation and improve outcomes for people with chronic lung disease in rural and remote Australia?
Australian Health Review; Online Early: ()

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‘It’s got to be another approach’: an Aboriginal Health Worker perspective on cardiovascular risk screening and education

Deshmukh T, Abbott P, Reath J (2014)
‘It’s got to be another approach’: an Aboriginal Health Worker perspective on cardiovascular risk screening and education
Australian Family Physician; 43: (475-478)

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A 12-week sports-based exercise program for inactive Indigenous Australian men improved clinical risk factors associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus

Mendham AE, Duffield R, Marino F, Coutts AJ (2014)
A 12-week sports-based exercise program for inactive Indigenous Australian men improved clinical risk factors associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport; In press: ()

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Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia

Medlin LG, Chang AB, Fong K, JacksonR, BishopP, Dent A, HillDC, VincentS, O’Grady KAF (2014)
Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia
Australian Health Review; online early: ()

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The Elders’ report into preventing Indigenous self-harm and youth suicide

People Culture Environment (2014)
The Elders’ report into preventing Indigenous self-harm and youth suicide
Melbourne: People Culture Environment

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Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: development of consensus referral criteria for specialist diagnostic assessment in Australia

Watkins RE, Elliott EJ, Wilkins A, Latimer J, Halliday J, Fitzpatrick JP, Mutch RC, O’Leary CM, Burns L, McKenzie A, Jones HM, Payne JM, D’Antoine H, Miers S, Russell E, Hayes L, Carter M, Bower C (2014)
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: development of consensus referral criteria for specialist diagnostic assessment in Australia
BMC Pediatrics; 14: 178
Retrieved 8 July 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2431-14-178

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Smile wide with pride – outcomes of an oral health promotion project among Aboriginal opiate treatment program clients (peer reviewed)

Abraham R1 (2014)
Smile wide with pride – outcomes of an oral health promotion project among Aboriginal opiate treatment program clients. Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin 14(3). Retrieved [access date] from http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/smile-wide-with-pride-outcomes-of-an-oral-health-promotion-project-among-aboriginal-opiate-treatment-program-clients
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