The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) was established to advance knowledge and understanding to improve Indigenous health.
Volume 10 Issue 1
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural IJIH 2014 Volume 10 Issue 1 Sharing Knowledge across Nations. Read the edition here.
Volume 10 Issue 1 Sharing Knowledge across Nations
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural IJIH 2014 Volume 10 Issue 1 Sharing Knowledge across Nations.
We are pleased to share a collection of excellent papers, which span diverse countries, cultures, disciplines and critical health issues, with a particular focus on Indigenous ways of knowing, decolonizing methodologies, suicide prevention, food security, child malnutrition, health research ethics reform, and sexual health communication with youth.
We hope that you find this edition both informative and inspiring. Read it here.
Notice to Submitting Authors: IJIH not currently accepting submissions
IJIH would like to thank all the authors for their submissions this year, 2014. The interest and support from Indigenous health researchers and practitioners has been overwhelming and Editorial Advisory Board and Editorial staff is grateful to have received an unexpected high volume of submissions in 2013-2014.
Welcome from the Editor
|The Aboriginal Health Research Networks Secretariat is pleased to announce the International Journal of Indigenous Health is now online and accepting papers.|
IJIH Announces Editorial Advisory Board Members
|International Journal of Indigenous Health welcomes Inaugural Editorial Board|
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Aboriginal Health Research Networks Secretariat
Centre for Aboriginal Health
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada