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IMN-PN Newsletter June 1, 2020 Edition

IMN-PN Updates

IMN PN Call for Applications

  • To support Indigneous students pursuing indigenous wellness-related research in BC and the Yukon
  • Research Experience Awards (no deadline)
  • Research Expense Stipends
  • Conference/Community Travel Awards
  • New Investigator Seed Grants
  • Deadline: August 1st, 2020 @ 5pm pst
  • Any inquires can be directed to: imnpn@uvic.ca

IMN PN Research Assistant Awards

  • Purpose: The purpose of the IMN PN Research Assistant Awards is to provide funding to Indigenous researchers to hire an Indigenous graduate student who will assist with an existing research project, or a project focused on research development, knowledge synthesis or knowledge mobilization.
  • Funding: IMN PN will provide a $2,000 stipend to be paid over a 2-3-month period in 2020. We will continue to offer these awards until all of the available funds have been expended.
  • Process: We invite Indigenous research faculty at the University of Victoria, the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the University of Northern British Columbia, and Thompson Rivers University to submit an expression of interest, which includes:
  • - Your name, position, department, institution, and email address;
  • - the name and description of the existing or proposed project;
  • - the responsibilities proposed for an RA.
  • Please indicate if you would like to nominate an Indigenous student to work with you. If you don’t have a student in mind, we will notify our roster of Indigenous students about this opportunity. Students will forward applications to the IMN PN Coordinator, who will review them for the best matches with your project, then set up a time for you to interview the short-listed students.
  • Eligibility: Faculty members are eligible to receive this funding if they are an Indigenous person who holds an research-focused academic appointment at the University of Victoria, the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the University of Northern British Columbia, or Thompson Rivers University. Faculty must be registered with IMN PN. If you are not already registered, please complete this form and email it to imnpn@uvic.ca.
  • Students are eligible to apply for RA positions if they are an Indigenous person currently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Victoria, the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the University of Northern British Columbia, or Thompson Rivers University. Students must be registered with IMN PN. If students are not already registered, please ask them to complete this form and email it to imnpn@uvic.ca.
  • Submission Deadline: The deadline to submit an expression of interest is June 30, 2020. Please submit your expression of interest to imnpn@uvic.ca under the subject: IMN PN Research Assistant Awards.

COVID-19 UPDATES

  • The IMN-PN has created a Response & Resource page on our website. To learn more about current updates at each partner institution, as well as resources for students and community, please visit uvic.ca/imnpn
  • Across Canada, many institutions are suspending all research activities involving direct contact between humans. Please follow the directive of your institution and pause all face-to-face research activities for the time being. Please check with your institution before using online platforms for data collection
  • To support the measures put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, please join us in following federal and provincial government recommendations and adhering to the advice provided by the WHO (https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public).
  • We are thinking of you - please stay safe and healthy

LOOKING TO CONNECT TO A MENTOR?

  • If you are looking to connect to a mentor please join our monthly meet-ups at each network site. These are open to all our mentors and mentees! Our Graduate Peer Mentors want to meet you! If you are looking to specifically engage with someone please look at the online directory, and we can either connect you via email or you are welcome to email anyone that is online yourself. To have a facilitated connection please email: imnpn@uvic.ca

IMN-PN CURRENT RESEARCH EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES

  • We have several placements available and these opportunities can be applied to throughout the year. Please visit: uvic.ca/imnpn

IMN-PN CALL FOR RESEARCH EXPERIENCES

  • 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! 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: imnpn@uvic.ca. We would be happy to advertise any placements through our network!
  • The Research Experience Award will now be available on a rolling basis!

IMN-PN REGISTRATION SURVEY

TRAINING & EVENTs

Online Writing Support for Indigenous Students

  • Join the Centre for Academic Communication on Wednesdays, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
  • Come with your writing questions or just come to write with other students and Kaveh (eal2@uvic.ca) in a supportive virtual space for all Indigenous students.
Research Funding

CRAIG H. NEILSEN FOUNDATION

ELDER GRANTS

  • The New Relationship Trust (NRT) provides a maximum of $2,000 per projects that benefit Elders and/or Elders groups at the community or Nation level. The purpose of the initiative is capacity building that enhances knowledge, abilities, skills and processes in areas such as language and culture, mentorship, leadership and team building
  • Open Until Funds Exhausted
  • More information

YOUTH GRANTS

  • The New Relationship Trust (NRT) provides a maximum of $2,000 per projects per First Nations youth group at the community level to implement projects that promote capacity development and language revitalization
  • Open Until Funds are Exhausted
  • More information

SSHRC CONNECTION GRANTS

CANADIAN ABORIGINAL AIDS NETWORK RESEARCH PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (RPDP)

ADDITIONAL Student Funding

The Chief Joe Mathias British Columbia Aboriginal Scholarship

  • The purposes of the Society are to advance education by providing educational scholarships to deserving British Columbia First Nation students who are in financial need and who demonstrate merit, in order to improve access to post-secondary education so that deserving British Columbia First Nation persons can acquire the knowledge and skills needed to participate in a changing economy and society
  • Deadline: June 13, 2020
  • More Information

PUBLIC HEALTH BURSARIES

  • Applications are invited from students who are or who wish to engage in post-secondary study in a field of Public or Community Health Practice within any recognized discipline.
  • Eligibility requirements and application forms may be found at the Health Officers' Council Website at: https://www.healthofficerscouncil.net/bursaries/
  • Awards in the amounts up to $5000 are available
  • Deadline: August 30th 2020

CRE’s Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research: Indigenous Youth Research Grants

  • This program provides small grants to Indigenous youth who want to design, develop, and implement their own community-based research projects in Canada. Small grants of $1000 will be provided to successful applicants to implement their project.
  • This program is designed to ignite grassroots youth-led research projects and to highlight emerging researchers in new ways. No research experience needed, just a desire to learn and produce research that matters to youth and their communities.
  • More information

GRADUATE STUDY OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN STEM FIELDS

  • The Center for Native Peoples and the Environment at the State University of New York‘s College of Environmental Science & Forestry is recruiting students for graduate study in diverse environmental science fields: ecology, sustainability, conservation biology, restoration, environmental engineering, and more.
  • Through support from the Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership, the program provides funding for full tuition, stipends, and professional development to Native American students pursuing MS and PhD degrees. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.
  • More information

THE NEW RELATIONSHIP TRUST FOUNDATION

MITACS ACCELERATE FELLOWSHIP

ABORIGINAL SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE

Job Postings

Program Intern, Open Space

  • The Program Intern’s primary role will be to shadow and assist other members of the staff at Open Space. These duties include: arts administration (30%), communications (30%), presentation assistance (15%). The Program Intern will also be invited to develop and present an independent project (25%) slated for August 2020.
  • Hours: 30 hours per week, Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-5pm, flexible
  • Term: June 9 – September 25, 2020
  • Compensation: $18/hour
  • Deadline: June 2nd, 12:00PM
  • More Information

Surrounded by Cedar, Administrative Assistant

  • Under the supervision of the Executive Assistant, the Administrative Assistant provides a range of confidential, administrative support functions to all program areas within the organization. The Administrative Assistant will ensure efficient and timely operations of the office so as to support and enhance the work of the organization.
  • Hours: Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m
  • Compensation: $42,900.72 - $48,389.39 annually dependent upon experience
  • Deadline: June 5, 2020
  • More Information

Coordinator, Western Communities Food Security Initiatives

  • The main duties of the coordinator will involve understanding the food security landscape in the region, connecting with agencies providing food services to streamline resources, and implementing new food security programming. The coordinator will be working directly with various agencies to understand their needs, and the needs of the populations they serve, and helping to organize efficient and coordinated approaches to food security programming.
  • Hours: 35 Hours per week
  • Term: 12-14 week position (with a possible extension)
  • Compensation: $22.00/hour
  • To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to: Sonja Yli-Kahila at: Coordinator@foodsharenetwork.ca

Poverty Law Clinic Legal Assistant

  • The Poverty Law Clinic Legal Assistant will provide a range of support services to the Poverty Lawyer and the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society Poverty Law Clinic, including administrative support, client intake and interaction, filing documents, conflict of interest searching, and handling calls.
  • Hours: 35 hours/week
  • Compensation: Negotiable – depending on experience
  • Deadline: Open until filled
  • More Information

Indigenous Health Coordinator

  • The Indigenous Health Coordinator is part of the interdisciplinary care network and is a resource for both health care providers and Aboriginal patients to ensure care is culturally safe, respectful, and effective. The role will focus on Primary Care Networks (PCN) with some additional liaison focuses as required (i.e. acute care, transition between acute and primary care). A PCN is a network of local health care providers designed to meet patient’s primary care needs. Within a PCN, there are family physicians, Nurses and Nurse Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals, and Indigenous Health Coordinators, all of whom form partnerships in which they work together to provide health care services.
  • Hours: 35 hours/week
  • Compensation: Starting wage $30/hour
  • Deadline: open until filled
  • More Information

Family Support Worker (2 positions)

  • The Family Support Workers will report to the Family Support Team Leader and work as part of the team to provide integrated support services for Indigenous families, with a focus on promoting the safety and well-being of children through the strengthening of Indigenous families and their communities.
  • Hours: 1 – Full-time (35 hours per week) & 1 – Part-time (28 hours per week)
  • Term: Interim 30-60 days
  • Compensation: Negotiable – depending on experience
  • Deadline: open until filled
  • More Information

Interim Outreach Worker

  • The Interim Outreach Workers will provide a range of outreach and housing support services to the homeless population of Kelowna, with a particular focus on serving the urban Indigenous community.
  • Hours: 35 hours/week
  • Compensation: $22/hour
  • Deadline: Open until filled
  • More information

Housing Support Workers

  • We are seeking skilled workers who can, with minimal training and a high degree of willingness, assist in frontline work. We are in very early stages of developing a process to facilitate recruitment, training and deploying skilled people across the province
  • Qualifications: Many of the jobs require transferable skills of those who normally work in the hospitality industry, customer service or people focused roles in addition to people with Social Work and Psychology background/education
  • More Information

Research Assistant: Systems with Traditional Ecological Knowledge

  • A critical mandate for CIOOS is meaningful and appropriate engagement and partnership with Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, Innu, and Métis) governments, organizations, and communities to explore the potential for sharing ocean data when and where appropriate, ensuring Indigenous sovereignty and Indigenous rights are recognized. CIOOS Atlantic is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to conduct a literature review examining inclusion of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in western systems. CIOOS Atlantic is legally a project of Dalhousie University, and therefore this role is considered a grant-paid position with Dalhousie University.
  • Location: anywhere in Atlantic Canada / Nova Scotia / New Brunswick / Prince Edward Island / Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Compensation: $23.55 / hour + 4% vacation pay
  • Term: 35 hours/week for 8 weeks (flexibility possible, e.g. 16 weeks at 50% FTE)
  • Deadline: ASAP
  • More Information

Associate Director

  • Reporting to the Executive Director, the Associate Director ensures good management of the ACEH (Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness) office, financial procedures, projects, and grants. In collaboration with the Executive Assistant, the Associate Director supports the day-to-day operations in a professional and efficient manner. The Associate Director will also lead fundraising initiatives through proposal writing. To support the work of the Executive Director, the Associate Director will be highly engaged at various local key tables, committees, and working groups in collaborations with the Greater Victoria Coalition to End Homelessness, the Capital Regional District, as well as other partners.
  • Qualifications: equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in a field related to the work (social work, management, and/or policy, etc.), experience minimum one year of management experience, experience minimum two years in development and/or coordination work with Indigenous communities and organizations
  • Preference will be given to qualified candidate with Indigenous ancestry.
  • Compensation: $30-$33/hr depending on qualifications and experience.
  • Term: Position available on a temporary term starting April 13, 2020 – March 31, 2021 with strong possibility of continuing.
  • Please send your resume and cover letter to operations@ACEHsociety.com

Bookkeeper

  • Reporting to the Executive Director, the Bookkeeper supports the good management of the financial procedures of the ACEH (Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness). This position is responsible for full cycle bookkeeping and financial management including preparing financial reports for the Board and funders, tracking and filing GST, WCB, and payroll deductions. This position is new to the ACEH and requires a candidate who is willing to work independently and maintain financial processes for the ACEH’s various projects and housing
  • Qualifications: Possession of a University or College Certificate, Diploma, or Degree in Accounting and/or Payroll Certification, require experience working with QuickBooks, relevant professional experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Preference will be given to qualified candidate with Indigenous ancestry.
  • Compensation: $23-25 per hour (may vary depending on qualifications and experience)
  • Term: Beginning April 1, 2020 – March 31 2021
  • Availability: 6-12 hours per week (Monday – Friday)
  • Location of Work: ACEH office on Quadra and Topaz, Victoria BC
  • Deadline: open until filled
  • Please send your resume and cover letter to operations@ACEHsociety.com

Culturally-Supportive House SUPPORT WORKER

  • Reporting to the Housing Manager, this position will support the House family members and work with the team to develop a warm, welcoming, and culturally-safe environment with a sense of family and community. This Support Worker will be required to work within a fast-paced, often changing and sometimes stressful environment. There will be instances when the Support Worker will be required to work with people in crisis situations. Flexibility is key. The ability to function independently under pressure, while managing situations, including emergency situations, is an ongoing expectation. A thorough understanding of personal self-care and self-management will be necessary, and applicants need to preassess their ability to work 8-12-hour shifts under these circumstances.
  • Term: 12 hour night shifts
  • Compensation: $22/hour
  • Qualifications: Criminal Record Check, First Aid Certificate
  • How to apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to operations@ACEHsociety.com. In your cover letter, clearly indicate whether you are applying for full-time, part-time, or an on-call/relief position.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR: KWAKIUTL BAND COUNCIL

  • Reporting to the Daycare Manager, the Early Child Care Educator (ECE) spends time actively involved with the children. The ECE interacts, supports and guides the children by preparing activities, preparing areas of play and role modeling.
  • Term: 2 Positions: (1) f/t permanent &(1) p/t, casual, on-call
  • Compensation: TBD
  • Closes: Open until filled – positions to start asap
  • Please forward your cover letter and resume via e-mail for fax to: Dwayne Worthing, Director of Human Resources (hr@kwakiutl.bc.ca Fax: (250) 949-6066)

REFERRALS MANAGER, KATZIE FIRST NATION, PITT MEADOWS, METRO VANCOUVER

  • The Nation is seeking a Referrals Manager who will report to the Director of Lands, Economic Development, Incremental Self-Government and Referrals. The Referral Manager supports the development and implementation of referrals response protocols and agreements, in order to support meaningful engagement to protect the Nations aboriginal interested attached to Katzie Traditional Territory. Further job functions will include reporting on various data; preparation of reports and correspondence; communications with a wide variety of internal and external contacts, and handling referrals.
  • Deadline: Position open until filled
  • More information

FIRST NATIONS HEALTH AUTHORITY: Data Analytics & Rep

  • Term: Full-time
  • Location: Vancouver
  • The student will be involved in a policy research project to improve access to mental health providers for First Nations clients. The student's main responsibilities will be researching mental health therapy qualifications, collecting information from professional bodies and providers, and assisting in developing policies and registration criteria. The student will have the opportunity to attend meetings and build relationships with professional bodies.
  • More information

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN: Programs Manager - Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health (IIPH) (req5433)

  • Department: Community Health & Epidemiology
  • Location: Saskatoon
  • Status: 12 month term with the possibility of extension
  • Compensation: The salary range, based on 1.0 FTE, is $41.87 - 56.65 per hour. The starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience
  • The mandate of the CIHR-IIPH is to foster the advancement of a national health research agenda to improve the health of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada through research, knowledge translation and capacity development. The CIHR-IIPH Programs Manager works alongside a team of research administrators and scientific leads such as the CIHR-IIPH Scientific Director
  • More information

UVic: Indigenous Health Research Facilitator

  • Working closely with the UVic’s Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE), UVic’s Office of the Vice-President Research (OVPR), and the BC Support for People and Patient Oriented Research Trials Vancouver Island Centre (BC SUPPORT Unit), this unique positon will facilitate further development of Indigenous patient-oriented research on Vancouver Island.
  • More information

THE PACE PROGRAM: PART-TIME CHILD & FAMILY WORKER

  • The PACE Program is looking for a creative and flexible individual to join our supportive and skilled professional team within our Family Program. This is a part-time opportunity for an Early Childhood Educator / Child & Youth Worker to work within a team to provide an intensive child and family program for a small group of preschool-aged children (aged 3 to 5), who demonstrate emotional and/ or behavioural challenges
  • Location: Vancouver
  • More information

CBR SCHOLAR (FIIRE NETWORK) FIRST NATIONS HEALTH AUTHORITY

  • Term: 37.5 hours/week, 8 month term
  • The position supports the RKE team, working to advance the implementation of community-based research (CBR) projects paired with health interventions in partnership with First Nations communities in BC
  • More information

JUNIOR PROJECT OFFICER: NEW RELATIONSHIP TRUST

  • The Junior Project Officer will support the BCICEI Coordinator in providing administrative and clerical services in a manner that will ensure New Relationship Trust (NRT) and BCICEI operations are maintained in an effective and efficient manner. The Junior Project Officer will help coordinate meetings and communicate with First Nations and third-party contractors on behalf of NRT BCICEI
  • Location: North Vancouver, BC. The NRT Office is located on the Tsleil-Waututh Nation
  • Email: csayers@nrtf.ca or visit www.newrelationshiptrust.ca

ARRIVE CONSULTING: RESEARCH ASSISTANT

  • Duties: Type up and organize meeting notes on an as-needed occasional basis. Notes concern Indigenous cultural competency training, strategic planning, and culturally safe curriculum development
  • Compensation: $28/hour
  • Contact: rachelemason@gmail.com or 778-922-0534

SILENT GENOMES PROJECT- MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE

VICTORIA NATIVE FRIENDSHIP CENTRE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT FIRST NATIONS HEALTH AUTHORITY

Unique Opportunities

Mitacs Globalink Research Internship

  • The Globalink Research Internship is a highly competitive initiative that attracts talented researchers to Canada. Each year, interns from select Mitacs partner countries come to Canada for 12 weeks from May to October to undertake research projects at Canadian universities. The objective of the Globalink Research Internship is to build a bridge between Canada and emerging international research talent.
  • Deadline: June 10, 2020, at 1 p.m. PT
  • More Information

Call for Papers - Journal of Indigenous Social Development - Indigenous Communities and COVID-19: Impact and Implications

  • This special issue of the Journal of Indigenous Social Development focuses on the experiences of Indigenous communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and the short and long-term implications. We are particularly interested in papers that reflect the experiences of global Indigenous communities around issues related to, but not limited to: access to basic needs, such as food, water, shelter, etc., lack of access to healthcare or medical supplies; ongoing human rights violations, virus testing and contact tracing, vaccination testing and uptake of vaccination, community assets, cultural and linguistic responses to COVID-19 and cultural resiliency and strengths. Implications for community practice, education, and research are also welcomed. We also welcome essays that demonstrate reflexive practices and produce rich local and contextual knowledge. Because of the timeliness and urgency of this issue, we invite brief papers (under 2500 words).
  • Submission deadline: July 15, 2020
  • Anticipated publication date: October 15, 2020
  • More information

HyperTalent: Indigenous Internship Opportunities in the Tech Sector

  • 4-month internship program in Vancouver that provides 12 paid internship opportunities to current Indigenous post-secondary students and recent graduates.
  • Partnered with some of the most innovative companies, including Accenture, SAP, Unbounce, and Vancity in Vancouver.
  • The summer internships run from May to August
  • More information

UVic Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Awards (JCURA) – Call for Nominations

  • Division of Learning and Teaching Support and Innovation
  • Awards of $1,500 each are available for undergraduate students to undertake research under the mentorship and guidance of a faculty member and present their research at the annual JCURA Student Fair. In addition, the students will have the opportunity to submit their academic poster for online publication in the JCURA poster collection and/or an article for consideration in the Arbutus Review.
  • Academic units are to submit their nomination(s) to the LTSI by the deadline of June 30, 2020
  • Contact: ltsipc@uvic.ca

RURAL eMENTORING BC

  • Connecting rural high school students with health science student mentors from all across BC. Always recruiting mentors and mentees for the program! Looking to connect with any high school students or post secondary students interested in online learning/mentoring about pathways to the health sciences
  • More information

UVIC COOP STUDENT OPPORTUNITY WITH BC HOUSING: PEOPLE, PLANTS AND HOMES (PPH) COOP STUDENT 1

  • The Coop Student reports to the People Plants & Homes (PPH) Coordinator and and works as part of the PPH and Housing and Health Services team to support gardening and food security programs. The desired candidate understands how gardening can improve one’s mental and physical health and is passionate about food security, sustainability, gardening and community development
  • Contact indgcoop@uvic.ca or call 250-721-6326

INDIGENOUS STUDENT MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT CENTRE FOR HEART LUNG INNOVATION, DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY, UBC

  • Visits to northern First Nations communities to assist with collecting information about lung health; creating reports and other knowledge translation materials regarding our research; assisting with environmental scans and literature reviews; and helping with lab activities related to our research, including data entry, preparing materials for data collection
  • Visit website: prrl.rehab.med.ubc.ca

MICRO-GRANTS PROGRAMS

  • The FPCC Micro-Grant program assists Indigenous artists and collectives in British Columbia to achieve outcomes that respond to extenuating circumstances and emergent needs, as well as contribute to professional development in all artistic disciplines, with grants of $1,000
  • Apply throughout the year
  • More information
Publications & Resources

STRATEGIC PLAN: Setting new directions to support Indigenous research and research training in Canada 2019 - 2022

  • The strategic plan is published by the federal research granting agencies—the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council—and fulfills a priority of the Canada Research Coordinating Committee to co-develop with Indigenous Peoples an interdisciplinary research and research training model that contributes to reconciliation
  • More information

TRI-COUNCIL POLICY STATEMENT: ETHICAL CONDUCT FOR RESEARCH INVOLVING HUMANS (TCPS2: 2018)

  • Read more (Chapter 9, Research Involving Indigenous peoples)

MEASURING WELLNESS: AN INDICATOR DEVELOPMENT GUIDE FOR FIRST NATIONS

HEALTH MATTERS- AFN

FIRST NATIONS MENTAL WELLNESS CONTINUUM FRAMEWORK

BC CAMPUS INDIGENIZATION GUIDES

KEY INEQUALITIES IN CANADA: A NATIONAL PORTRAIT-EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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

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

  • Authors: Regine Halseth, Charlotte Loppie, Nicole Robinson
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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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