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The health of Aboriginal children and young people : Mulga Mallee (goldfields) ATSIC region : summary of findings from volume one of the Western Australian Aboriginal child health survey
Bib ID 4593555
Format BookBook
Description [Subiaco, W.A. : Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, 2004] 
10 p. : col. ill., map ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"The survey was conducted by the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in conjunction with the Kulunga Research Network"--p. 1.

Subjects Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Health and hygiene -- Western Australia.  |  Youth, Aboriginal Australian -- Health and hygiene -- Western Australia.  |  Health status - Child health.  |  Western Australia (WA)  |  Health status - Child health.  |  Western Australia (WA)
Other authors/contributors Telethon Institute for Child Health Research  |  Kulunga Research Network
Also Titled

Volume 1: the health of Aboriginal children and young people


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