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Occasional paper series (Public Health Information Development Unit (Australia)) was selected for preservation by the National Library of Australia. This title is not scheduled for re-archiving. The publisher's site may provide more current information.
 
2003

No. 5 (2003) : Computer assisted survey information collection : Australian health surveys : question and module development principles and practice archived 08 Mar 2004 00:00 Browser This archive contains files that may need the following programs/plugins:
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No. 4 (2003) : Early intervention : from evidence to implementation : the policy-maker's tale. A case study. archived 08 Mar 2004 00:00 Browser This archive contains files that may need the following programs/plugins:
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No. 3 (2003) : Is it working -- together? : linking research, policy and practice in relation to children and health inequalities in Australia. archived 08 Mar 2004 00:00 Browser This archive contains files that may need the following programs/plugins:
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No. 1 (2003) : The impact of socioeconomic status and geographic location on Indigenous mortality in Australia, 1997-99 archived 08 Sep 2005 00:00

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