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School health policy guidelines / [co-written by Iain Cameron, Richard Crane, Kris Stafford]
Bib ID 1507240
Format BookBook
Author
Cameron, Iain
 
Description [East Perth, W.A.] : WASH Project, [1997] 
13 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Western Australian School Health (WASH) Project ; Booklet 3.

Notes

Cover title.

"ARCHPER, the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Healthway, Education Department of Western Australia, Health Western Australia"

Subjects Health education -- Western Australia.  |  Health promotion -- Western Australia.  |  Students -- Health and hygiene -- Western Australia.
Other authors/contributors Crane, Richard (Richard Kenneth)  |  Stafford, Kris  |  Western Australian School Health Project

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