Te Mauri - Pimatisiwin

Volume 11 #1 2013

 

In their Own Words: First Nations Girls’ Resilience as Reflected through their Understandings of Health

 
Jennifer M. Shea
Jennifer Poudrier
Karen Chad
Bonnie Jeffery
Roanne Thomas
Kimberly Burnouf
 
 

Toward Culturally Safe Evidenceinformed Decision-making for First Nations and Inuit Community Health Policies and Programs

 

Patricia K. Wiebe
Rolina P. van Gaalen
Kathy Langlois
Eric Costen

 
 

Disenfranchised Spirit: A Theory and a Model

 
Dr. Lynn Gehl
Harold Ross

 
 

Child Welfare: A Social Determinant Of Health For Canadian First Nations and Métis Children

 
Caroline L. Tait
Robert Henry
Rachel Loewen Walker

 
 

Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Modeling the Water Quality Dynamics in Peepeekisis and Kahkewistahaw First Nations Communities

 

Arzu Sardarli

 
 

Dakota and Lakota Traditional Food and Tea

 

Elder Lorraine Yuzicapi
Fidji Gendron
Rosella Bouch-van Dusen

 
 

Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Students Learn about Natural Health Products from Different Information Sources

 

Sarah O. Alkholy
Samiah N. Alqahtani
Audrey Cochrane
Maria Pontes Ferreira
Fidji Gendron

 
 

A Photovoice Exploration of the Lived Experiences of a Small Group of Aboriginal Adolescent Girls Living Away from their Home Communities

 

Kelly Pearce
Diana Coholic

 
 

Te Tomo MaiAppropriate Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for an Indigenous Population: Rangatahi (Youth) Perspectives

 

Kahu McClintock
Roimata Tauroa
Graham Mellsop

 

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