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CAAAPU : an evaluation / Kerrie Miller, Tim Rowse
Bib ID 1889817
Format BookBook
Author
Miller, Kerrie
 
Description Darwin, N.T. : Menzies School of Health Research, 1994 
34 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Menzies occasional papers ; issue no. 1/95.

Notes

Cover title.

"... part funded by a grant from the Medical Research Advisory Committee of the Australian Brewers' Foundation."

"Third and final draft of evaluation overview paper on CAAAPU (December 7 1994)."--contents page.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Central -- Alcohol use.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Services for.  |  Alcoholism -- Treatment -- Australia, Central.  |  Alcoholism -- Australia, Central -- Prevention.
Other authors/contributors Rowse, Tim, 1951-  |  Central Australian Aboriginal Alcohol Programs Unit

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