NAHO News, May 2009
Acualités d'ONSA, mai 2009


NAHO screens “Makkuktuuvunga, upimmavunga - I am young and I am proud,”
The National Aboriginal Health Organization hosted a live screening of Inuit Tuttarvingat's Finding the Balance - Youth Resilience, a live TV call-in show on APTN May 13 at the Sheraton Hotel in Ottawa. The episode was the final of a three-part series on Inuit wellness. An episode about men’s health entitled “How are we as men?” aired May 12, and “Birth, a joyous community event” aired May 11 on the same channel.
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May is Foot Health Awareness Week
Don’t let foot pain take the spring out of your step!  The components of your feet work together, sharing the tremendous pressures of daily living.
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Mois de sensibilisation à la santé des pieds
Ne laissez pas les douleurs aux pieds vous empêcher de profiter du printemps! Les diverses parties de vos pieds travaillent ensemble, partageant ainsi les pressions énormes de la vie quotidienne.
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NAHO National Conference
The National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) is hosting a national conference which will be held in Ottawa, Ontario from November 24-26, 2009 at the Crowne Plaza and Marriott hotels.
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la Conférence nationale 2009 de l'ONSA
L'Organisation nationale de la santé autochtone (ONSA) sera l'hôtesse d'une conférence nationale qui aura lieu à Ottawa, Ontario, du 24 au 26 novembre 2009, aux hôtels Crowne Plaza et Marriott.
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FNC Pandemic Planning Resources
Preparing for emergencies is a very important part of community health planning.  The possibility of a global influenza pandemic is frightening, but being prepared can minimize the impact.  Local, regional and federal governments in most countries around the world have developed pandemic plans to deal with an outbreak. It is particularly important for health care organizations to have pandemic plans.
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This summer, the Métis Centre will be holding small gatherings with Métis across Canada to share and collect stories, teachings and information on maternal-child health.
The Centre will also conduct key informant interviews with Métis midwives, health professionals, Elders and mothers.  These stories will result in a DVD showcasing Métis pride and traditions, as well as providing meaningful health information on maternal-child well-being.  DVDs will be available for free in the winter of 2009.  For more information, contact Anna Burnstein at aburnstein@naho.ca.

Cet été, le Centre des Métis accueillera des petits rassemblements de Métis de partout au Canada pour partager et recueillir des histoires, des enseignements et de l’information sur la santé maternelle et infantile.
Le Centre organisera aussi des entrevues enrichissantes avec des sages femmes, des professionnels de la santé, des aînées et des mères métisses.  Ces histoires seront captées sur un DVD qui illustrera la fierté et les traditions métisses tout en offrant des renseignements importants sur la santé et le bien-être maternel et infantile.  Les DVD seront disponibles gratuitement au cours de l'hiver 2009.  Pour en savoir davantage, communiquez avec Anna Burnstein à l’adresse suivante : aburnstein@naho.ca.


HLN News: Your source for Aboriginal youth suicide prevention resources
HLN News is the most up-to-date and comprehensive source of suicide prevention information for First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth in Canada.
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