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Bad medicine : a critique of health care discourse on Aboriginal populations in Canada / by Andrew Lodge.
For many years, voices from Aboriginal populations living in Canada have called attention to the fact that significant challenges exist to their pursuit of good health and well-being. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, this trend ...
Review of children's mental health services for children aged 0 to 6 years old in Ontario / by amanda Heaton.
One in 5 children suffer from mental illness within Ontario, with little information known about the 0 to 6 year old population and service provision outcomes. This paper presents the definition and prevalence of mental ...
Breast cancer in rural communities / by Julia M. Fuchs.
This paper provides a review of the existing research on women’s experience of breast cancer in rural communities. It includes a total of 46 studies that used quantitative and qualitative research methods. In the review ...
Impact of the Ontario Works program on the quality of life of Aboriginal people living on reserve in Northern Ontario / by Janis Yahn.
An important goal for many First Nations communities is to increase the economic health and development of their community by assisting community members to become employable through education and training programs as well ...
Study of the relationship between health symptom reporting and mold measurements in First Nations housing / by Erik Allain.
Study conducted in the First Nations community of Neskantaga in Northern - Northwestern Ontario, in the District of Kenora.
Satisfaction with a primary care-based diabetes management program / by Cheryl Harrison-Barnet.
Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and affects approximately 7% of the population (Hupke, Camp, Chaufoumier, Langley, & Little, 2004; Piatt et al., 2006). It is an established fact that ...
Smoking behaviour, a survey of Canadians in Qatar / by Noel Pendergast.
Introduction Canada has relatively strict tobacco control policies as public smoking is banned in most jurisdictions and cigarettes are heavily taxed. In Canada, cigarettes cost approximately $10 for a package o f 20. ...
Examination of youth tobacco cessation needs, demand and services within the City of Greater Sudbury / by David R. Groulx.
Tobacco use contributes to a significant amount of morbidity and mortality. Youth are interested in quitting smoking yet most often do not choose assisted cessation approaches which have been shown effective in the ...
Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of breastfeeding women in Krong, Kep municipality, Cambodia / by Hilary M. Wren.
South-Eastern Asia has the highest levels of undernourishment among children in Asia. Cambodia remains one of the least developed and poorest countries in this region; the probability of a child dying before age five is ...
Occupational health and safety as a global public health concern and the situation in Guyana / by Lundie Richards.
I now wish to turn to ... workers in whom certain morbid affections gradually arise from ... some particular posture of the limbs or unnatural movements of the body called for while they work. [Regarding] maladies that ...