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Brain Injury Australia
Bib ID 6299130
Format OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Author
Brain Injury Australia author
 
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Ryde, NSW : Brain Injury Australia, 2006- 
1 online resource 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Available online. Address as at 7/08/2013: http://www.bia.net.au/ 

Summary

"Brain Injury Australia (BIA) represents all Australians with acquired brain injury (ABI) whatever the cause. BIA was formed at the first national community-based conference on ABI in 1986. The Federal Government began funding BIA in 1991."

Notes

Title from title page (viewed on 20th June 2013)

Selected for archiving

Subjects Brain Injury Australia.  |  Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Australia.  |  Australian

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