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dc.contributor.authorJones Cen
dc.contributor.authorZhang Xen
dc.contributor.authorDempsey Ken
dc.contributor.authorSchwarz Nen
dc.contributor.authorGuthridge Sen
dc.identifier.citationJones C, Zhang X, Dempsey K, Schwarz N and Guthridge S. The health and wellbeing of Northern Territory women: from the desert to the sea. Department of Health and Community Services, Darwin, 2005.en
dc.description.abstractThis report attempts to provide policy makers, researchers, health professionals and others, from a broad range of backgrounds, with a basis from which to better understand the issues confronting women’s health and wellbeing in the NT. The report has been developed based on the best available information, and the data presented are believed to be the most complete and up to date available. While not definitive, this report provides a comprehensive and reliable picture of the health and wellbeing of NT women. It covers the population characteristics of NT women, the social environment in which they live, their pregnancy and childbirth experiences, information on health and health behaviour and available health services.en
dc.publisherDepartment of Health-
dc.subjectWomen's healthen
dc.titleThe health and wellbeing of Northern Territory women: from the desert to the sea 2005en
dc.identifier.sourceStrategy & Reform Divisionen
dc.contributor.corpauthorInnovation and Research-
dc.contributor.corpauthorHealth Gains Planning-
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