Evidence-based life-course approaches to improve health equity of Aboriginal families during the perinatal period
Grant number: APP116065 | Funding period: 2021 - 2022
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The decline of smoking initiation among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secondary students: implications for future policy
Christina L Heris, Nicola Guerin, David P Thomas, Sandra J Eades, Catherine Chamberlain, Victoria M White
OBJECTIVE: Smoking is a major cause of preventable illness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, with most commencing ..
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Stephanie Brown, C CHAMBERLAIN, N Ralph, S Hokke, Y Clark, G Gee, S Stansfield, K Sutcliffe, S Brennan
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