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Hill, P. S., Wakerman, J., Matthews, S. and Gibson, O. R. (1999). Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health managers: Their recruitment, retention & professional development. Tactics at the interface. In: Health For All in The New Millennium. Australian Tropical Health & Nutrition Conference, Brisbane, The Bancroft Cen., (29). 30 Jun - 2 Jul, 1999. 114  
Shannon, C., Wakerman, J., Hill, P., Griew, R. and Barnes, A. (2002) Achievements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health: Final Report Canberra, Australia: Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH), the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing 144  
Shannon, C., Wakerman, J., Hill, P., Barnes, T., Griew, R. and Ritchie, A. (2003) Achievements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health: Summary Report : CRC for Aboriginal and Tropical Health 55  
Wakerman, J, Humphreys, JS, Wells, RW, Kuipers, P, Entwistle, P and Jones, J (2007) Improving rural and remote health. Medical Journal of Australia, 186 9: 486-486. 21   2 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Matthews, S., Wakerman, J. and Hill, P. S. (1999). Indigenous health managers: Managing at the interface. In: Leaping the boundary fence. Using evidence & collaboration to build healthier rural communities. 5th National Rural Health Conference, Adelaide, Adelaide Convention Cen., (234-240). 14-17 March 1999. 33  
Hill, P. S., Wakerman, J., Matthews, S. and Gibson, O. R. (1999) Recruiting, retaining and developing Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander health managers. PHERP Network Newsletter, Sept 1999: 4-5. 51  
Hill, P. S., Wakerman, J., Matthews, S. and Gibson, O. (2001) Tactics at the interface: Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health managers. Social Science and Medicine, 52 3: 467-480. doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(00)00196-9 56   10 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0