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Sounding the alarm : remote area nurses and Aboriginals at risk / Jennifer Cramer
Bib ID 3292535
Format BookBook
Author
Cramer, Jennifer
 
Description Crawley, W.A. : University of Western Australia Press, 2005 
xiv, 266 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 1920694366
Notes

Includes index.

"Contemporary issues" --Cover.

Bibliography: p. 250-261.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Medical care -- Western Australia -- Warburton.  |  Community health nursing -- Western Australia -- Warburton.  |  Rural health services -- Western Australia -- Warburton.  |  Health services.  |  Health services - Community health centres.  |  Health services - Health workers - Nurses and nursing.  |  Ngaanyatjarra people (A38) (WA SG51-08)  |  Milyirrtjarra / Warburton (Central WA SG52-09)

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