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Sandy Toussaint

Sandy Toussaint is an anthropologist who has worked for several decades among Australian Indigenous groups, especially in the remote Kimberley region of northern Western Australia. She has published widely on matters related to the anthropology of cultural environments (water, land), health and medicine, and interdisciplinary cross-cultural inquiry. Sandy is an Adjunct Professor in Social and Environmental Inquiry at The University of Western Australia and Melbourne University.


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Project Report 5 September 2010

'Even if we get one back here, it's worth it...': evaluation of an Australian Remote Area Health Placement Program

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