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Towards a history of Apunipima Cape York Health Council, 1994-2006 / Edward Tilton, Angelita Martini, Cath Brown, Kristy Stout
Bib ID 6980117
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Tilton, Edward, author
 
Description Carlton South, Victoria : Lowitja Institute, 2015 
©2015 
vi, 32 pages : colour illustrations, portraits ; 30 cm 
ISBN 9781921889455 (paperback)
Summary

Annotation pending.

Notes

"August 2015"

"Prepared for the Apunipima Cape York Health Council and The Lowitja Institute"

Includes bibliographical references (pages 24 - 25)

Subjects Apunipima Cape York Health Council -- History.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene -- Queensland -- Cape York -- History.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Medical care -- Queensland -- Cape York -- History.  |  Community health services -- Queensland -- Cape York -- History.  |  Finance - Budgets - Commonwealth Government.  |  Health status - Public health.  |  Health - Policy and administration.  |  Health services - Community health centres.  |  Health services - Management.  |  Health services - Administration.  |  Health - Rural and remote.  |  Cape York map area (Qld TSI SC54-12)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Martini, Angelita, author  |  Brown, Cath, author  |  Stout, Kristy, author  |  Apunipima Cape York Health Council  |  Lowitja Institute, issuing body
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