Vol 9, No 1

Journal of Aboriginal Health

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Making Gains in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Health
Simon Brascoupé 3; 4-5


Aboriginal Children and Physical Pain: What Do We Know?
Margot Latimer, Shelley Young, Carmen Dell, G. Allen Finley 7-14
Cultural Safety: A Framework for Interactions between Aboriginal Patients and Canadian Family Medicine Practitioners
Ava C. Baker, Audrey R. Giles 15-22
Assessment of Tuberculosis Outbreak Definitions for a First Nations On-Reserve Context
H. Samji, D. Wardman, P. Orr 23-28
Old Keyam – A Framework for Examining Disproportionate Experience of Tuberculosis Among Aboriginal Peoples of the Canadian Prairies
Kathleen McMullin, Sylvia Abonyi, Maria Mayan, Pamela Orr, Carmen Lopez-Hille, Malcolm King, Jody Boffa, Richard Long 30-40
“I Like to Think I’m a Pretty Safe Guy but Sometimes a 40-Pounder* Will Change That”: A Mixed Methods Study of Substance Use and Sexual Risk Among Aboriginal Young People
Karen M. Devries, Caroline J. Free, Elizabeth Saewyc 41-51
Feasibility and Outcomes of a Community-Based Taper-to-Low- Dose-Maintenance Suboxone Treatment Program for Prescription Opioid Dependence in a Remote First Nations Community in Northern Ontario
Mae Katt, Claudette Chase, Andriy V. Samokhvalov, Elena Argento, Jürgen Rehm, Benedikt Fischer 52-59

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University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada