Volume 9 #2 Winter 2011

Type 2 Diabetes among
Aboriginal Peoples in
Canada: A Focus on
Direct and Associated
Risk Factors

Hasu Ghosh
James Gomes

“AIDS is Something
Scary”: Canadian
Aboriginal Youth and
HIV Testing1

Mill, J.E., Wong, T.
Archibald, C.
Sommerfeldt, S.
Worthington, C.
Jackson, R.
Prentice, T.
Myers, T.

Cultural Narratives and Clarity of Cultural Identity: Understanding the Well-Being of Inuit Youth

Roxane de la Sablonnière
Fabrice Pinard Saint-Pierre
Donald M. Taylor
Jason Annahatak

“No Lone Person:” The
Ethics Consent Process
as an Ethical Dilemma in
Carrying out Communitybased
Research with a First
Nations Community

Fay Fletcher
Lola Baydala
Liz Letendre
Lia Ruttan
Stephanie Worrell
Sherry Letendre
Tanja Schramm

A Qualitative Evaluation of the Efficacy of the Delivery of the Educational Component of a Nutrition Program, in a Remote First Nation Community

Andrea D. Isogai
Allison Gates
Michelle Gates
Rhona M. Hanning
Leonard J.S. Tsuji

Homelessness and Incarceration among Aboriginal Women: An Integrative Literature Review

Christine A. Walsh, PhD
Paula MacDonald, MSW
Gayle E. Rutherford, PhD
Kerrie Moore, MSW
Brigette Krieg, PhD

Appropriate Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS): Māori Caregiver’s Perspectives

Kahu McClintock
Tess Moeke-Maxwell
Graham Mellsop

Screening for Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes in Aboriginal Communities: Weighing the Advantages and Disadvantages

Kelli Ralph-Campbell
Richard T. Oster
Sharona Supernault Kaler
Sharndeep (Norry) Kaler
Ellen L. Toth

Filmmaking with Aboriginal Youth for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

Sonya Sharma
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham
Heather Meyerhoff

The Meaning of Anishinabe Healing and Wellbeing on Manitoulin Island

Darrel Manitowabi PhD
Marjory Shawande

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition in Aboriginal Self (Re) Construction

Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson, Ph.D.

Māori Participation in the Physiotherapy Workforce

Erena Wikaire
Dr Mihi Ratima

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