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Sep-1993Drug and Alcohol Bureau perspective on the 1982 changes to take-away liquor trading hours.Drug and Alcohol Bureau; Northern Territory Department of Health and Community ServicesReportLiquor laws; Social aspects
Aug-1999Preventable Chronic Diseases Strategy - the evidence baseDepartment of HealthTechnical ReportEvidence-based medicine; Systematic reviews
Sep-1998Adult morbidity and mortality due to tobacco smoking in the Northern Territory, 1986–1995Measey, Mary-Anne; d'Espaignet, Edouard; Cunningham, JoanTechnical ReportSmoking; Mortality; Morbidity; Statistics; Epidemiology
Apr-1980Maternal and infant mortality in the Northern Territory 1974 - 1979Department of HealthReportMortality; Infants; Maternal mortality; Infant mortality
Mar-1990Maningrida community profileNorthern Territory Department of Health and Community ServicesReportManingrida; Community profile
1997NewsroundSinclair, Liz; Ulstrup, BillNewsletterPublishing; Information dissemination; Communication; Periodicals; Territory Health Services; Dept. of Health and Community Services
Oct-1997Information privacy code of conductTerritory Health ServicesReportPrivacy laws; Medical records
1991The Northern Territory remains free of dengue fever vectorsWhelan, Peter IJournal ArticleInsects; Mosquitoes; Northern Territory; Dengue; Queensland; Surveys; Arboviruses; Monitoring; Quarantine
1998Annual Report 1997-1998Territory Health ServicesAnnual ReportPublic health; Annual reports; Territory Health Services; Health care systems; State departments of health; Corporate annual reports
Sep-1998Integrated mosquito control and the Katherine flood, January 1998Whelan, Peter IJournal ArticleInsects; Mosquitoes; Katherine region; Public awareness; Surveys; Vector control; Pest control; Arboviruses; Disease vectors; Insecticides; Monitoring; Disasters; Engineering; Emergencies; Ross River virus infections