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Vol 3 Issue 1


Volume 3, Issue 1 – The Health of Urban Aboriginal People: From Woundedness to Resilience

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In 1938, Abraham Maslow conducted research among the Northern Blackfoot in Alberta, near Geichen and Cluny. As a budding psychologist, he was interested in certain cross-cultural issues: wealth, dominance and emotional security. He discovered that the Blackfoot idea of wealth … Continue reading

Editorial – From Woundedness to Resilience

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In 1938, Abraham Maslow conducted research among the Northern Blackfoot in Alberta, near Geichen and Cluny. As a budding psychologist, he was interested in certain cross-cultural issues: wealth, dominance and emotional security. He discovered that the Blackfoot idea of wealth … Continue reading

Community and Culture as Foundations for Resilience: Participatory Health Research with First Nations Student Filmakers

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Ted Riecken, EdD, University of Victoria,Department of Curriculum and Instruction Tish Scott, MA, University of Victoria,Department of Curriculum and Instruction Michele T.Tanaka, MA, University of Victoria,Department of Curriculum and Instruction Abstract This article describes a participatory action research project that … Continue reading

Stress-coping Among Aboriginal Individuals with Diabetes in an Urban Canadian City: From Woundedness to Resilience

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Yoshitaka Iwasaki, PhD, Department of Therapeutic Recreation, College of Health Professions,Temple University Judith Bartlett,MD, MSc, Centre for Aboriginal Health Research,Department of Community Health Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba Abstract The purpose of this study was to reveal lay … Continue reading

Personal Health Practices Around Physical Activity as Perceived by the Aboriginal Children of Prince Edward Island

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Kim A. Critchley, RN, PhD Dean and Associate Professor School of Nursing Fiona Walton, PhD, Associate Professor Faculty of Education Vianne Timmons, PhD, Vice President Academic and Development Janet Bryanton, RN, PhD(c), Associate Professor School of Nursing Mary Jean McCarthy, … Continue reading

Urban First Nations People with Disabilities Speak Out

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Douglas Durst, MSW, PhD, Professor of Social Work, University of Regina Shelly Manuel South,MSW, Regina, SK and Mary Bluechardt, MSc, PhD, Memorial University of Newfoundland Abstract This article presents the findings of a two-year exploratory study that examined the challenges … Continue reading

Engaging Numbers: Developing Health Indicators that Matter for First Nations and Inuit People

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Bonnie Jeffery, PhD, Faculty of Social Work, Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU), University of Regina Sylvia Abonyi, PhD, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, SPHERU, University of Saskatchewan Ronald Labonte, PhD, Institute of Population Health, University of … Continue reading