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Trauma and suicide behaviour histories among a Canadian indigenous population: an empirical exploration of the potential role of Canada's residential school system.
It has been theorized that suicide behaviours amongst indigenous peoples may be an outcome of mass trauma experienced as a result of colonization. In Canada, qualitative evidence has suggested thatExpand
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Near misses: a useful adjunct to maternal death enquiries.
In developed countries where maternal death is rare, the factors surrounding the death are often peculiar to the event and are not generalizable, making analysis of maternal deaths less useful. NearExpand
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The burden of cancer risk in Canada’s indigenous population: a comparative study of known risks in a Canadian region
Background Canadian First Nations, the largest of the Aboriginal groups in Canada, have had lower cancer incidence and mortality rates than non-Aboriginal populations in the past. This pattern isExpand
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Validation of a Culturally Appropriate Social Capital Framework to Explore Health Conditions in Canadian First Nations Communities
An earlier study of our research group formulated a conceptual framework of social capital for First Nation communities and developed a culturally appropriate instrument for its measurement. WeExpand
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When the Data Does Not Match the Story: Do Trauma Histories and Addiction Issues Really Characterize Poor Cervical Cancer Screening Uptake Among Manitoba First Nation Women Living On-Reserve?
First Nations women have historically used cervical Papanicolaou (Pap) screening services less than non-First Nations women, and have correspondingly higher rates of cervical cancer compared toExpand
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