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Determinants of indigenous peoples' health in Canada : beyond the social / edited by Margo Greenwood, Sarah de Leeuw, Nicole Marie Lindsay, and Charlotte Reading.

Greenwood, Margo, 1953- (author,, editor.). De Leeuw, Sarah, (author,, editor.). Lindsay, Nicole Marie, 1975- (editor.). Reading, Charlotte, 1959- (author,, editor.).
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Robertson Library RA450.4.I53D48 2015 37348007257140 STACKS Available -
Subject: Native peoples > Health and hygiene > Canada.

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  • ISBN: 9781551307329
  • ISBN: 1551307324
  • Physical Description: xxix, 279 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 2015.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: PART 1: SETTING THE CONTEXT -- 1: Structural Determinants of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health, Charlotte Reading -- 2: Two-Eyed Seeing in Medicine, Murdena Marshall, Albert Marshall, and Cheryl Bartlett -- 3: Inuit Knowledge Systems, Elders, and Determinants of Health: Harmony, Balance, and the Role of Holistic Thinking, Shirley Tagalik -- 4: The Spiritual Dimension of Holistic Health: A Reflection, Marlene Brant Castellano -- 5: Two Poems, Marilyn Iwama -- PART 2: BEYOND THE SOCIAL -- 6: The Relatedness of People, Land, and Health: Stories from Anishinabe Elders, Chantelle Richmond -- 7: Being at the Interface: Early Childhood as a Determinant of Health, Margo Greenwood and Elizabeth Jones -- 8: Cultural Wounds Demand Cultural Medicines, Michael J. Chandler and William L. Dunlop -- 9: Activating Place: Geography as a Determinant of Indigenous Peoples’ Health and Well-being, Sarah de Leeuw -- 10: Embodying Self-Determination: Beyond the Gender Binary, Sarah Hunt -- 11: Take Care of the Land and the Land Will Take Care of You: Resources, Development, and Health, Terry Teegee -- 12: Raven Healing, Roberta Kennedy (Kung Jaadee) -- PART 3: WELLNESS IS KNOWING WHO WE ARE: CULTURE, LANGUAGE, IDENTITY -- 13: Atikowisi miýw-ay¯awin, Ascribed Health and Wellness, to Kaskitamasowin miýw-ay¯awin¯, Achieved Health and Wellness: Shifting the Paradigm, Madeleine Dion Stout -- 14: Miyo pimâtisiwin “A Good Path”: Indigenous Knowledges, Languages, and Traditions in Education and Health, Diana Steinhauer and James Lamouche -- 15: Reshaping the Politics of Health: A Personal Perspective, Warner Adam -- 16: Aboriginal Early Childhood Development Policies and Programs in British Columbia: Beyond the Rhetoric, Karen Isaac and Kathleen Jamieson -- 17: Grandma and Grandpa and the Mysterious Case of Wolf Teeth in the House!, Richard Van Camp -- 18: Knowing Who You Are: Family History and Aboriginal Determinants of Health, Brenda Macdougall -- PART 4: REVISIONING MEDICINE: TOWARD INDIGENIZATION -- 19: Miyo pimâtisiwin: Practising “the Good Way of Life” from the Hospital Bed to Mother Earth, Patricia Makokis and James Makokis -- 20: Reflections of One Indian Doctor in a Town up North, Nadine Caron -- 21: Type 2 Diabetes in Indigenous Populations: Why a Focus on Genetic Susceptibility Is Not Enough, Fernando Polanco and Laura Arbour -- 22: Determining Life with HIV and AIDS, Sherri Pooyak, Marni Amirault, and Renée Masching -- 23: Medicine Is Relationship: Relationship Is Medicine, Leah May Walker and Danièle Behn-Smith.
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