May/June 2003, Vol.94, No.3

Table of Contents

Articles

A descriptive analysis of two mobile crisis programs for clients with severe mental illness
L. Ferris, C. DeSiato, J. Sandercock, J.I. Williams, K. Shulman
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233-37
Suicidal behaviours among adolescents in northern Nova Scotia: Gender difference, risk factors and health service utilization
J.L. Wang, J. Hughes, Murphy G. Tomblin, J.A. Rigby, D.B. Langille
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207-11
Hepatitis A among residents of First Nations reserves in British Columbia, 1991-1996
A. Jin, J.D. Martin
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176-79
University students immunized and not immunized for measles: A comparison of beliefs, attitudes, and perceived barriers and benefits
K.L. Pielak, A. Hilton
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193-96
Accessibilité aux traitements de substitution à la méthadone et réduction des méfaits : le rôle d'un programme à exigences peu élevées
M. Perreault, M. Rousseau, C. Mercier, P. Lauzon, C. Gagnon, P. Côté
197-200
Voices from the wilderness: An interpretive study describing the role and practice of outpost nurses
D.S. Tarlier, J.L. Johnson, N.B. Whyte
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180-84
Socioeconomic status, sense of coherence and health in Canadian women
J. Ing, L. Reutter
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224-28
Public perception of alcohol policy issues relating directly or indirectly to privatization: Results from a 1999 Ontario survey
L. Anglin, N. Giesbrecht, A. Ialomiteanu, J. McAllister, A. Ogborne
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201-6
A review of Aboriginal women's physical and mental health status in Ontario (Commentary)
S.L. Grace
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173-75
Secular trends in self-reported violent activity among Ontario students, 1983-2001
A. Paglia, E.M. Adlaf
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212-17
The impact of switching to polymerase chain reaction for the diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis infections in women
K. Forward
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229-32
The health of Ontario First Nations people: Results from the Ontario First Nations regional survey
H.L. MacMillan, C.A. Walsh, E. Jamieson, M.Y-Y. Wong, E.J. Faries, H. McCue, A.B. MacMillan, D.R. Offord
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168-72
Pourquoi certains enfants sont incomplètement vaccinés à l'âge de deux ans ?
N. Boulianne, G. Deceuninck, B. Duval, F. Lavoie, M. Dionne, J. Carsley, L. Valiquette, L. Rochette, Serres G. De
218-23
4th Amyot Lecture. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health: A global model and national network for Aboriginal health research excellence
J. Reading
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185-89
Public health in Canada What are the real issues? (Commentary)
J. Frank, Ruggiero E. Di
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190-92
Involuntary cultural change, stress phenomenon and Aboriginal health status (Editorial)
J. Bartlett
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165-66
Le changement culturel involontaire, le phénomène du stress et l'état de santé des Autochtones (Éditorial)
J. Bartlett
166-67, 232