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1-Jan-2019The role and influence of women in the workforce and practice of complementary and integrative medicine: Contemporary trends and future prospectsAdams, J; Sibbritt, D; Prior, JH; Connon, I; McIntyre, E; Dunston, R; Lauche, R; Steel, A; Adams, J; Steel, A; Broom, A; Frawley, J
1-Feb-2019A geography of residents' worry about the disruptive effects of contaminated sitesPrior, JH; Gorman-Murray, A; McIntyre, E; Connon, I; Adams, J; Madden, B
1-Jan-2019The use of self-care practices and products by women with chronic illness: A case study of older women with osteoarthritis and osteoporosisAdams, J; Prior, JH; Sibbritt, D; Connon, I; Dunston, R; McIntyre, E; Lauche, R; Adams, J; Steel, A; Broom, A; Frawley, J
20-Oct-2019How does living with a disability affect resident worry about environmental contamination? A study of a long-term pervasive hazardConnon, ILC; Prior, JH; McIntyre, E; Adams, J; Madden, B
Jan-2011The local impacts of sex industry premises: Imagination, reality and implications for planningSearle, GH; Boydell, S; Crofts, P; Hubbard, P; Prior, JH; Maginn, P
Jan-2010The emergence of community strategic planning in New South Wales, Australia: influences, challenges and opportunitiesPrior, JH; Herriman, J
Jan-2007Redressing neighbourhood disadvantage: towards a sustainable partnership model driven by local governmentPrior, JH; Causal Productions
Jan-2010Urban purity and danger: the turbulence associated with contamination in suburban AustraliaPrior, JH; Harfield, S; Nichols, D; Hurlimann, A; Mouat, C; Pascoe, S
Jan-2010A bright new suburbia? G.J. Dusseldorp and the development of the Kingsdene EstateHarfield, S; Prior, JH; Nichols, D; Hurlimann, A; Mouat, C; Pascoe, S
Jan-2009Practitioners' views on the past, present and future of social planning in AustraliaPrior, JH; Partridge, EY; Maginn, PJ; Jones, R; Haslam-Mackenzie, FWBBCJGCBKSMGPSPTSBJTM; Van, N
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