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Indigenous Health: Maternal and Women's Health

Articles

Health Canada, Manitoba Health, 2006. Aboriginal Midwifery Education Program”. 

Health Council of Canada, (2008).“Understanding and Improving Aboriginal Maternal and Child Health in Canada: Conversations about Promising Practices across Canada”.  http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2011/ccs-hcc/H174-23-2011-eng.pdf

Health Council of Canada, 2012.  “Understanding and Improving Aboriginal Maternal and Child Health in Canada: Compendium of Promising Practices.”   http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2012/ccs-hcc/H174-23-1-2011-eng.pdfDis

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, 2012. “Early Inuit child Health in Canada: Report 2: Breastfeeding among Inuit in Canada.”  https://www.itk.ca/publication/early-inuit-child-health-canada-report-2-breastfeeding-among-inuit-canada

Inuit Tuttarvingat & National Aboriginal Health Organizaiton, 2009. “A Case Study of the Irnisuksiiniq-Inuit Midwifery Network”.  See link:  http://69.27.97.110/inuit-midwifery/english/documents/2009CaseStudyofIIMN.pdf

National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM), see link:  http://www.aboriginalmidwives.ca/

Ontario Midwives: Aboriginal Midwifery, see link:  http://www.ontariomidwives.ca/care/aboriginal

Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence, 2009.  “Aboriginal Maternal and Infant Health in Canada: Review of On-Reserve Programing”.  http://www.pwhce.ca/pdf/AborigMaternal_programmes.pdf

Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence, 2009. “Maternal and Infant Health and the Physical Environment of First Nations and Inuit Communities: A Summary Review”.  http://www.pwhce.ca/pdf/AborigMaternal_environment.pdf

Theses

Battiste, M.S., 2011. “Nurturing the Future: Exploring Maternal Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors Among Mi’kmaw Women”.  M.Sc. (Community Health & Epidemiology), U Saskaskatchewan.  http://ecommons.usask.ca/bitstream/handle/10388/etd-03162011-131931/Nurturing_the_Future.pdf

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