January/February 2005, Vol.96, Supplement 1

Aboriginal Health Research and Policy

Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword - CJPH Supplement on Aboriginal Health
P.J. Martens, Kinew K. Avery, Fingers K. Ten, L.S. Jebamani
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S4-S5
I. Potter
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S5
Foreword - Grand Chief Dennis White Bird
Bird D. White
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S5-S6
Foreword - Phil Fontaine, National Chief, Assembly of First Nations
P. Fontaine
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S6
Foreword - Honourable Dave Chomiak
D. Chomiak
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Foreword - Chief Ron Evans
R. Evans
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Foreword - Jeff Reading
J. Reading
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Building a health research relationship between First Nations and the University in Manitoba
J. O'Neil, B. Elias, J. Wastesicoot
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S9-S12
A First Nations voice in the present creates healing in the future
M. MacKinnon
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From past to present: Understanding First Nations health patterns in a historical context
P. Hackett
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S17-S21
Health and well-being for Métis women in Manitoba
J.G. Bartlett
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Using data linkage to identify First Nations Manitobans: Technical, ethical and political issues
L.S. Jebamani, C.A. Burchill, P.J. Martens
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S28-S32
Mortality comparisons of First Nations to all other Manitobans: A provincial population-based look at health inequalities by region and gender
P.J. Martens, D. Sanderson, L.S. Jebamani
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Health services use of Manitoba First Nations people: Is it related to underlying need?
P.J. Martens, D. Sanderson, L.S. Jebamani
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S39-S44
Demographic risk factors for fracture in First Nations people
W.D. Leslie, S.A. Derksen, C. Metge, L.M. Lix, E.A. Salamon, Steiman P. Wood, L.L. Roos
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S45-S50
Social capital and youth suicide risk factors in First Nations communities (Commentary)
J. Mignone, J. O'Neil
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S51-S54
Political advocacy and research both needed to address federal-provincial gaps in service: Manitoba First Nations personal care homes
M. Roscelli
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Rejecting, revitalizing, and reclaiming: First Nations work to set the direction of research and policy development
Fingers K. Ten
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