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The sharing of traditional aboriginal knowledge of pipe carriers from Winnipeg, Manitoba and the implications for the health of Aboriginal Peoples living in urban centers
Aboriginal peoples are part of the history and culture of Canada. The history is a tragedy as the Europeans exerted control of the land, resources and Aboriginal peoples themselves. The years of control, oppression and ...
A Grounded Theory Study of the Approaches and Mechanisms Used in Public Health Practice for Everyday Ethical Dilemma Negotiation and Resolution
Public health professionals experience dilemmas in their everyday work and many of these dilemmas are challenges where they must find the most ethical way to manage the situation. How these dilemmas are approached, negotiated, ...
Traditional and non-traditional tobacco use among First Nations Persons living on reserve in Canada: distinctions, emotions, and visions of best-case future realities
This thesis presents a qualitative study on traditional and non-traditional tobacco use in Fort William First Nation, a First Nation community adjacent to the City of Thunder Bay in Ontario, Canada. This study inquired ...