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IMN-PN Newsletter June 1, 2018 Edition

IMN-PN Updates

IMN-PN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

IMN-PN CALL FOR RESEARCH EXPERIENCES AND INTERNSHIP PARTNERS

  • Do you or your organization have any upcoming priority wellness-related research projects for which you require the assistance of an Indigenous research assistant/ student intern?
  • We are looking for opportunities for students from the January to April semester. One of the funding opportunities available is the Research Experience Award, which provides $1,000-$2,000 (depending on level of study) to Indigenous students proposing to undertake a wellness-related research project initiated by and of interest to an Indigenous community or organization. These projects may involve, for instance, assisting with a community-level knowledge translation event, land-based research activity, community research engagement meeting, environmental scan or literature review. These research experiences are overseen by academic and community or organizational Mentors, who will provide guidance, supervision and mentorship to the Mentees.
  • If you are interested in hosting, supervising or mentoring a Mentee, please email Maria at: imnpn@uvic.ca. We would be happy to advertise any placements through our network or help match Mentees from our member database!

IMN-PN REGISTRATION SURVEY

TRAINING & EVENTS

NATIONAL GATHERING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS IN INDIGENOUS HEALTH (NGGS)

  • Location: Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC
  • Dates: July 9-13, 2018
  • Keynotes: Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith and Dr. Maree Tombs
  • More Information

UBC FACULTY OF MEDICINE INDIGENOUS PRE-ADMISSION WORKSHOP

PLACE-BASED LEARNING IN HUU-AY-AHT TERRITORY (COURSE FOR UNDERGRAD AND GRAD STUDENTS)

  • Dates: August 13-24, 2018
  • Open to students from UBC, UVic, UCalgary, UAlberta, SFU, etc.
  • More Information

INDIGENOUS PUBLIC HEALTH TRAINING INSTITUTES

  • Dates: August 20-24, 2018; February 18-22, 2019; August 19-23, 2019
  • Location, UBC Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health
  • More Information
Research Funding

RESEARCH PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (RPDP)

ADDITIONAL Student Funding

MULTICULTURAL POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW, JOIN APPOINTMENT DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SCIENCES/INSTITUTE FOR CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH STUDIES

THE NEW RELATIONSHIP TRUST FOUNDATION

MITACS GLOBALINK RESEARCH AWARD

MITACS ELEVATE TWO YEAR POST-DOCTORAL FUNDING

  • Deadline: June 13, 2018 @ 5 PM (Intent to Apply and Conflict of Interest Declaration)
  • More Information

2018 CHIEF JOE MATHIAS BC ABORIGINAL SCHOLARSHIP

INTERCULTURAL ASSOCIATION DIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

INDIGENOUS GENDER AND WELLNESS TRAVEL AWARD

MITACS ACCELERATE FELLOWSHIP

ABORIGINAL SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE

Job Postings

INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR, EDUCATION SUPPORT PROGRAM

DIRECTOR, MCMASTER INDIGENOUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

INDIGENOUS YOUTH EMPOWERMENT TOUR INTERNSHIP

PROFESSOR, COMMUNITY STUDIES INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE, SHERIDAN COLLEGE

  • Location: Oakville, ON
  • Deadline: open until filled; start August 2018
  • More Information

MANAGER, STRATEGIC POLICY, FNHA

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, INDIGENOUS INITIATIVES, SFU TEACHING & LEARNING CENTRE

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE OR KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION CONTRACTORS, CADTH

Unique Opportunities

INDIGENOUS RESEARCH FUND (THE FRIENDS OF THE BRITISH COLUMBIA ARCHIVES)

AHA CENTRE: NATIONAL ABORIGINAL RESEARCH ADVISORY COUNCIL: MEMBERS NEEDED

EXPLORING THE HEALTH, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND OTHER VALUE OF POPULATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH: CALL FOR PAPERS (CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH)

CANADA WORLD YOUTH 6-MONTH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIPS FOR INDIGENOUS CANADIANS

THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK, 2019 SPECIAL ISSUE ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH. WEAVING TRADITION WITH INNOVATION TO ADVANCE WELL-BEING FOR ALL: CALL FOR PAPERS

  • Submission Deadline: July 27, 2018
  • Direct your inquiries and manuscripts to lead guest editors: L.S. Ka'opua and B.D. Friedman at lskaopua@hawaii.edu and b_friedman@rocketmail.com, respectively. In the email subject line, please state: "Special Issue: Indigenous People and the Social Determinants of Health"
  • General Instructions

INDIGENOUS INTERN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, VIU, BC ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS & BUSINESS COUNCIL OF BC

Publications & Resources

WHO IS RESEARCH SERVING? A SYSTEMATIC REALIST REVIEW OF CIRCUMPOLAR ENVIRONMENT-RELATED INDIGENOUS HEALTH LITERATURE

THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT: UNDERSTANDING HOW PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS INFLUENCE THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF FIRST NATIONS PEOPLES LIVING ON-RESERVE

INDIGENOUS ELDERS CONTRIBUTION TOOLKIT

BEYOND 94: TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION IN CANADA

  • CBC released a resource that measures progress on all 94 TRC Calls to Action
  • Read More

MENOPAUSE AND INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN CANADA: THE STATE OF CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Authors: Regine Halseth, Charlotte Loppie, Nicole Robinson
  • Read More

EXPLORING SOCIALLY-RESPONSIVE APPROACHES TO CHILDREN'S REHABILITATION WITH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES, FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

The IMN-PN network is generously supported by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. For a complete list of project partners and supporters, please visit our website at: https://www.uvic.ca/research/centres/circle/network/resources/index.php.

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