Research as Cultural Renewal: Applying Two-Eyed Seeing in a Research Project about Cultural Interventions in First Nations Addictions Treatment

@inproceedings{Hall2015ResearchAC,
  title={Research as Cultural Renewal: Applying Two-Eyed Seeing in a Research Project about Cultural Interventions in First Nations Addictions Treatment},
  author={Laura Hall and Colleen Anne Dell and Barb Fornssler and Carol Hopkins and Christopher J Mushquash and Margo Rowan},
  booktitle={International indigenous policy journal},
  year={2015}
}
This article explores the application of two-eyed seeing in the first year of a three-year study about the effectiveness of cultural interventions in First Nations alcohol and drug treatment in Canada. Two-eyed seeing is recognized by Canada's major health research funder as a starting point for bringing together the strengths of Indigenous and Western ways of knowing. With the aim of developing a culture-based measurement tool, our team carried out an Indigenous-centred research process with… CONTINUE READING

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