The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) was established to advance knowledge and understanding to improve Indigenous health. IJIH is peer-reviewed, online, and open-access.
Notice of Republication of Current and Past Editions of IJIH
|The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is pleased to announce that with the technical support of the University of Victoria Journal Publishing Service, the Journal has re-published its 10(1) and 10(2) editions with Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs). Reference lists for each article have been modified to include DOIs where applicable and now indicate "Revised References" with date of re-publication. Each article published by IJIH will be assigned a unique serial code by mid-summer 2016. If you have cited an IJIH article this will not affect your published work, though future article citations should include DOIs when available.|
Volume 10, Issue 2: Valuing Indigenous Peoples in Health Research
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is happy to announce the publication of the 2015 Volume 10, Issue 2: Valuing Indigenous Peoples in Health Research.
We are pleased to share this wealth of Indigenous community-based health knowledge, experience, and innovation in the areas of mental health, dental health, and chronic illness, along with issues of racism and cultural safety in healthcare and technological and jurisdictional barriers to care.
We hope that you find the knowledge and learnings shared by the authors useful in your work to improve the health of Indigenous peoples. Read it here.