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Exploring well-being in a First Nation community : a qualitative study / by Lana Ray.
First Nations people hold the worldview that all human and non-human beings are interconnected. This worldview is imperative to the well-being of not only individuals, but to the community and land as well because it ...
Examination of the stigma experiences and needs of individuals with serious mental illness / by Carrie Gibbons.
Study area : Northwestern Ontario.
Social determinants of health & community engagement : developing a framework for public health / by Angela McKague Bennett.
Discussion includes Canada and Northeastern Ontario.
Program proposal : guided self-help bulimia nervosa program delivered in primary care [research project] / by Jennifer Fawcett.
Bulimia nervosa is a complex emotional and physical illness that presents challenges for primary care providers in identifying and supporting individuals with this eating disorder. Many patients experience difficulties ...
Study of mortality and cancer incidence in Xstrata's Ontario nickel workers : history, results, impact, and recommendations / by Bradley Gottfred.
OBJECTIVES: Xstrata is a global diversified mining group whose businesses maintain a meaningful position in seven major international commodity markets, including those of copper and nickel, with a large cohort of nickel ...
Investigation of health promotion programs on food and nutrition in rural and First Nations communities of Northwestern Ontario [research project] / by Stephanie Collins.
Purpose: To discover the status of health promotion programs based on food and nutrition in rural and First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario, and the challenges, successes, and methodologies behind providing ...
West Nile virus (WNv) human vaccine : from research to vaccination / by Nancy A. Smits.
This project will educate readers about the West Nile virus (WNv), and the vaccine research approaches currently underway. A narrative review used an instrument to synthesize WNv vaccine research studies, into an ...
Through the eyes of single mothers : postpartum depression and perceptions of risk / by Tracy M. Woodford.
"A recent systematic literature review suggests that single mothers are at an increased risk for postpartum depression (PPD) compared to partnered mothers. However, the roles of potential contributing factors, such as ...
Program planning and evaluation framework for a community based food project in Mwanza, Tanzania / by Ellena Andoniou.
The ravaging effects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa are well known. Countries in the region are facing a crisis of unprecedented proportions further compounded by poverty, malnutrition and social inequalities. ...
Utility of the theory of planned behaviour in health services research when examining the intentions of immunization provider behaviour / by Jill Fediurek.
This paper will demonstrate the need for public health involvement with health services research in order to effectively meet its' mandate for achieving population health. The success of our public health programs requires ...