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Demaio, Alessandro R, Dugee, Otgontuya, de Courten, Maximilian, Bygbjerg, Ib Christian, Enkhtuya, Palam and Meyrowitsch, Dan W (2013) Exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to alcohol in Mongolia: A national population-based survey. BMC Public Health, 13. p. 178. ISSN 1471-2458

Demaio, Alessandro R, Otgontuya, Dugee, de Courten, Maximilian, Bygbjerg, Ib Christian, Enkhtuya, Palam, Meyrowitsch, Dan W and Oyunbileg, Janchiv (2013) Hypertension and hypertension-related disease in Mongolia; Findings of a national knowledge, attitudes and practices study. BMC Public Health, 13. p. 194. ISSN 1471-2458

Demaio, Alessandro R, Otgontuya, Dugee, de Courten, Maximilian, Bygbjerg, Ib Christian, Enkhtuya, Palam, Oyunbileg, Janchiv and Meyrowitsch, Dan W (2013) Exploring knowledge, attitudes and practices related to diabetes in Mongolia: A national population-based survey. BMC Public Health, 13. p. 236. ISSN 1471-2458

Demaio, Alessandro R, Drysdale, Marlene and de Courten, Maximilian (2012) Appropriate health promotion for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities: Crucial for closing the gap. Global Health Promotion, 19 (2). pp. 58-62. ISSN 1757-9759 (print) 1757-9767 (online)

Sørensen, Jane Brandt, Demaio, Alessandro R, Østergaard, Lise Rosendal, Nielsen, Karoline Kragelund, Bygbjerg, Ib Christian and de Courten, Maximilian (2012) Non-communicable diseases: Harnessing the current opportunities. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 40 (6). pp. 579-581. ISSN 1403-4948 (print) 1651-1905 (online)

Demaio, Alessandro R, Dugee, Otgontuya, Amgalan, Gombodorj, Maximenco, Elena, Munkhtaivan, Adiya, Graeser, Silke, Kryger, Tine, Oyunbileg, Janchiv, Jousilahti, Pekka, de Courten, Maximilian and Enkhtuya, Palam (2011) Protocol for a national, mixed-methods knowledge, attitudes and practices survey on non-communicable diseases. BMC Public Health, 11 (1). ISSN 1471-2458