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Overall, Aborigines were found to suffer higher levels of ill-health primarily due to their depressed economic . 1970) Malnutrition and disease in preschool Aboriginal children in the Walgett area of New South Wales.

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Lismore Base Hospital is a regional referral, level 5 base hospital within the Northern New South Wales Health District. Each year, the hospital sees more than 30,000 admissions and performs around 11,000 surgical procedures.

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Identification of aborigines in hospital admissions in the North Coast Health Region, New South Wales download epub
Author: Neil Thomson
ISBN: 0642154686
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Australian Institute of Health and North Coast Health Region of the New South Wales Department of Health (1990)
Pages: 24 pages