volume06-01-2008

 

Introduction: Prioritizing Indigenous Maternal and Infant Health

 
Rachel Olson
Kerry Bebee
Jasmine Benedict
Ellen Blais
Evelyn Harney
Sara Wolfe
 
 

Indigenous Women of Latin America: Unintended Pregnancy, Unsafe Abortion, and Reproductive Health Outcomes

 

Heather Wurtz

 
 

Weighing Expectations: A Postcolonial Feminist Critique of Exercise Recommendations during Pregnancy

 
Francine E. Darroch
Audrey R. Giles

 
 

Learning Midwifery in Nunavik: Community-based Education for Inuit Midwives

 

Brenda Epoo
Jennie Stonier
Vicki Van Wagner
Evelyn Harney

 
 

Aboriginal Women’s Access and Acceptance of Reproductive Health Care

 

Lisa Morgan
Joey Lynn Wabie

 
 

Marginalization and Coercion: Canada’s Evacuation Policy for Pregnant First Nations Women Who Live on Reserves in Rural and Remote Regions

 

Karen Lawford
Audrey Giles

 
 

Bodies of Water: Exploring Birth Place and Ceremony in Manitoba, Canada

 

Rachel Olson

 
 

Antenatal, Labour, and Delivery Care for Māori: Experiences, Location within a Lifecourse Approach, and Knowledge Gaps

 

Dr Mihi Ratima
Dr Sue Crengle

 
 

Tu mai te oriori, nau mai te hauora! A Kaupapa Māori Approach to Infant Mental Health: Adapting Mellow Parenting for Māori Mothers in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

 

Mera Penehira
Lyn Doherty