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Indigenous Health: Traditional Knowledge

traditional knowledge as it pertains to health

Articles

Edge, L. & McCallum, T.  2006.  “Métis Identity: Sharing Traditional Knowledge and Healing Practices at Métis Elders’ Gatherings.” Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 83-115.

Hubbert, A. O. (2008). A partnership of a Catholic faith-based health system, nursing and traditional American Indian medicine practitioners. Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession, 28(1-2), 64 - 72.

Hunter, L. M., Logan, J., Goulet, J.-G., & Barton, S. (2006). Aboriginal healing: regaining balance and culture. Journal of Transcultural Nursing17(1), 13–22. doi:10.1177/1043659605278937

Laflèche, M. (1st Yr. Medicial Student, U of Ottawa) , 2010. “A Case Study in Anishinaabe Medicine and its History of Suppression.” 

Martin, K.J. & J.J. Garrett, 2010.  “Teaching and Learning with Traditional Indigenous Knowledge in the Tall Grass Plains”.  Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 30, NO. 2, pp. 289-314.  

Nunavut Arctic College et al, 2001.  “Interviewing Inuit Elders: Volume 5: Perspectives on Traditional Health.”  

Obomsawin, R. (M.D.), 2007.  “Traditional Medicine for Canada’s First Peoples”.  

Smylie, J. et al., 2009.  “Indigenous Knowledge Translation: Baseline Findings in a Qualitative Study of the Pathways of Health Knowledge in Three Indigenous Communities in Canada.”  Health Promotion Practice, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 436-446. 

Wihak, C., 2004.  “Psychologists in Nunavut: A Comparison of the Principles of Underlying Inuit Quajimanituqangit and the Canadian Psychological Association Code of Ethics.”  Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal community Health, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 29-40.  

Theses

Thornton, M.L., 2012.  Implementation of Traditional Knowledge in Mental Health Policy: Learning from the Cases of the Inuit, the Haida and Maori.”.  M.A., Public Administration, University of Ottawa.