Te Mauri - Pimatisiwin

Volume 10 #1 Summer 2012

volume06-01-2008

 

Minododazin: Translating an
Algonquin Tradition of Respect into
Youth Well-being in Rapid Lake,
Quebec

 

Heather Kooiman,Mary Ellen Macdonald, Franco Carnevale, Carolina Pineda, Waylon Nottaway, Serge Vignola

 
 

Women for Women: Stories of
Empowerment Activism in Northern
Saskatchewan

 

Joan Sanderson

 
 

Māori kuia in Aotearoa/New
Zealand: Perceptions of Marae and
How Marae Affects their Health

 

Annemarie Gillies, Shirley Barnett

 
 

Ktunaxa Community Learning
Centres: Unique Community
Perspectives on the Development of
Health Education

 

Katherine Wisener, Nigel Warden, James N. White, Lisa Three Feathers, Brandy Joe, Sandra Jarvis-
Selinger

 
 

Perceived Health Benefits from
a Commitment to Speak te reo
Māori in the Home: Four Women’s
Perspectives

 

Emma Mapihi Campbell

 
 

Assessing Needs: Asthma in First
Nations and Inuit Communities in
Canada

 

Nancy Fenton, Susan Elliott, Michelle Vine, Christine Hampson, Oxana Latycheva, Kim Barker,
Jo-Anna Gillespie

 
 

Profile of Substance Use and
Perspectives on Substance Use
Pathways among Incarcerated
Aboriginal Women

 

Chantal Plourde, Annie Gendron, Natacha Brunelle

 
 

Barriers to Physical Activity for
Aboriginal Youth: Implications
for Community Health, Policy, and
Culture

 

Courtney Mason, Joshua Koehli

 
 

American Indians and Alaska
Natives in Nursing Homes: Initial
results from the 2008 Minimum
Data Set

 

Mario D. Garrett, Dave Baldridge, and Erin Williams

 
 

Indigenous Youth Suicide: A
Systematic Review of the Literature

 

Henry G. Harder, Josh Rash, Travis Holyk, Eduardo Jovel, Kari Harder

 

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