Community Driven Research

Tuesday 9.6.2015, Rossi
Chair: André Corriveau, GNWT Dept. of Health & Social Services, Canada
Co-Chair: Inez Shiwak, 'My Word' Storytelling & Digital Media Lab, Canada
 
Time Presenter Affiliation Presentation title / Download abstract
 
14:00 Corriveau André GNWT Dept. of Health & Social Services, Canada Partnerships as an important tool for improving community health
 
14:15 Inez Shiwak 'My Word' Storytelling & Digital Media Lab, Canada IlikKuset-Ilingannet/Culture-Connect:Promoting Cultural-Based Youth Mentorship Programs to Support Mental Health & Resilience in Nunatsiavut, Labrador
 
14:30 Friendship Katelyn Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research, Canada Together for Healthier Lifestyles: Collaboration with multiple sectors in Northern Canada linked to healthy eating, active living, and health literacy
 
14:45 Morton Ninomiya Melody Memorial University, Canada Institutional ethnography as a decolonizing method of inquiry for applied health research
 
15:00 Weiler Hope Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, Canada The Inuit Health Survey 2007 – 2008: A Participatory and Co-Managed Approach for this Legacy Study
 
15:15 Arbour Laura UBC, Canada Ten years of a community based participatory research program to address the high rate of Long QT Syndrome in First Nations of Northern BC
 
15:30 Willetto Wolfe Abbie Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, US Correlation of Maternal Cotinine and Neonatal NNAL Levels: Preliminary Findings from the MAW Study
 
15:45 Friendship Katelyn Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research, Canada Indigenous Community Food Security in Yukon Territory