Te Mauri - Pimatisiwin

Volume 7 #1 Summer 2009





Patti LaBoucane-Benson


Contextualizing CBPR: Key Principles of CBPR meet the Indigenous Research Context


Deborah LaVeaux, Suzanne Christopher


Sexual Abuse in Canadian Aboriginal Communities: A Broad Review of Conflicting Evidence


Delphine Collin-Vézina, Jacinthe Dion, Nico Trocmé


Health Practitioners’ Perspectives on the Barriers to Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetes in Aboriginal People on Vancouver Island


Geoffrey McKee, Frank Clarke, Andrew Kmetic, PhD, Jeffrey Reading, PhD


Gathering Berries in Northern Contexts: A Woodlands Cree Metaphor for Community-based Research


Herman J. Michell, PhD


Community Influences on Breastfeeding Described by Native Hawaiian Mothers


Mary Frances M. Oneha, PhD, APRN, Joan E. Dodgson, PhD, MPH, RN


Health Systems Performance Measurement Systems in Canada: How Well do They Perform in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Contexts?


Marcia J. Anderson MD, Janet K Smylie MD


Lessons Learned: Participatory Action Research with Young Aboriginal Women


Tara-Leigh F. McHugh, Kent C. Kowalski


Strengthening Indigenous and Intercultural Midwifery: Evaluation of a Collaboration between Guatemalan and Canadian Aboriginal Organizations


Javier Mignone, Jessica Herrera, Hugo Icú, Carol Couchie, Garry Munro, Mélida Jiménez, Rosa Chex


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