Indigenous Health VI: "Health status overview (2)"

Thursday 11.6.2015, Rossi
Chair: Sharon Edmunds-Potvin, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, Canada
Co-Chair: Jennifer Jones, University of Guelph, Canada
 
Time Presenter Affiliation Presentation title / Download abstract
 
10:30 Lucas Michel Laval University, Canada Anthropometric parameters predict metabolite biomarker concentrations among school-aged Nunavik Inuit children
 
10:45 Børresen Malene Landbo Statens Serum Institut, Denmark A Comparative Cohort Study of Seizures in Greenlandic and Danish Children
 
11:00 Bjerregaard Peter National Institute of Public Health, Denmark/Greenland Has social equality in health increased or decreased in Greenland since 1992
 
11:15 Edmunds-Potvin Sharon Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, Canada Social Determinants of Inuit Health
 
11:30 Jones Jennifer University of Guelph, Canada Addressing historical legacies in the assessment of resource development: Why it matters for Indigenous well-being
 
11:35 Rendal Thomas National Board of Health, Greenland Midway Evaluation of Greenland’s Tuberculosis Program
 
11:50 Thomas Timothy Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, USA Establishment of oral health surveillance in Alaska; use of electronic dental records
 
11:55 Dahl-Petersen Inger Katrine National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Is self-rated health associated with clinical measures of health among the Inuit of Greenland and Nunavik?