NAHO News, October 2011
Acualités d'ONSA, octobre 2011

 

NAHO Welcomes Patrick Augustine to Board of Directors

The National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Patrick Augustine will join the Board as a community representative.  Mr. Augustine is Mi’kmaq from Elsipogtog First Nation in New Brunswick.

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Aboriginal Nutrition Network: Feeding Mind, Body and Spirit

A Gathering of Dietitian and Nutrition Professionals working with Aboriginal Communities in Canada
December 6-7, 2011, Toronto, Ontario.

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Take the NAHO Web-user Survey and you could win an Apple iTouch

The survey consists of 18 questions. By filling out this survey, you will help NAHO to improve our Web site and provide us with a better picture of who are visitors are and whether we are meeting your needs.

Your name will also be entered into a a draw to win an Apple iPod Touch. 

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Inuit Food Security: 2011 Selected Bibliography

Inuit Tuttarvingat currently is developing an Inuit food security on-line learning tool. Partnering researchers in this project include: Dr. James D. Ford, Dr. Laurie Chan, and Dr. Chris Furgal of McGill University, the University of Northern British Columbia, and Trent University, respectively.

For our initiative, we reviewed many research articles and publications, and have produced this selected bibliography. Ten key sources have been annotated, which include research articles, grey (unpublished) literature, and reports.

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Upcoming from the FNC: Sexual Health Webinar

The FNC has collaborated with Saint Elizabeth Health Care to produce a two-part webinar based on the FNC Sexual Health Toolkit. Nov 17 and 23 1:00 p.m. (EST)

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Video: Fostering an Aboriginal Perspective

Métis Elder Tom McCallum remembers his grandmother the midwife from northern Saskatchewan. He talks about how important it is for Métis youth to know about and stay connected to traditional ways.

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