Publications by: Chris B. Burns

Also publishes as (Christopher B. Burns, C.B. Burns)

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Ivers, Rowena G., Farrington, Melissa, Burns, Chris B., Bailie, Ross S., D'Abbs, Peter H., Richmond, Robyn L., and Tipiloura, Eric (2003) A study of the use of free nicotine patches by Indigenous people. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 27 (5). pp. 486-490.

Clough, A.R., Wang, Z., Bailie, R.S., Burns, C.B., and Currie, B.J (2003) Case–control study of the association between kava use and pneumonia in eastern Arnhem Land Aboriginal communities (Northern Territory, Australia). Epidemiology and Infection, 131 (1). pp. 627-635.

Clough, A.R., Jacups, S.P., Wang, Z., Burns, C.B., Bailie, R.S., Cairney, S.J., Collie, A., Guyula, T., McDonald, S.P., and Currie, B.J. (2003) Health effects of kava use in an eastern Arnhem Land Aboriginal community. Internal Medicine Journal, 33 (8). pp. 336-40.

Clough, Alan R., Guyula, Terrence, Yunupingu, Maymuna, and Burns, Christopher B. (2002) Diversity of substance use in eastern Arnhem Land (Australia): patterns and recent changes. Drug and Alcohol Review, 21 (4). pp. 349-56.

Clough, Alan R., Bailie, Ross, Burns, Chris B., Guyula, Terrence, Wunungmurra, Roslyn, and Wanybarrnga, Sylvia Rrepula (2002) Validity and utility of community health workers' estimation of kava use. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 26 (1). pp. 52-57.

Burns, Chris B., Ivers, Rowena G., Lindorff, Kylie J., and Clough, Alan R. (2000) Cannabis: a Trojan horse for nicotine? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 24 (6). p. 637.

Burns, C.B., Clough, A.R., Currie, B.J., Thomsen, P., and Wuridjal, R. (1998) Resource requirements to develop a large, remote Aboriginal health service: whose responsibility? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 22 (1). pp. 133-139.

Burns, Chris B., Currie, Bart J., Clough, Alan, and Wuridjal, Reggie (1995) Evaluation of strategies used by a remote Aboriginal community to eliminate petrol sniffing. Medical Journal of Australia, 163. pp. 82-86.

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