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Sanikiluaq Traditional Food Study
Principal Investigator: Fleming, Brian
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: Two researchers from Sanikiluaq will conduct interviews with a household food frequency questionnaire, a food preference questionnaire and a 24-hour recall of daily food consumption. All households in the community will be interviewed to determine the frequency of food use and food preference and a stratefied sample will be asked to recall foods consumed in a 24 hour period. This study will docume...


Variance in food use in Dene/Metis Communities
Principal Investigator: Kuhnlein, Harriet V
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researchers will collect information about levels of food comsumption in Aklavik, Arctic Red River, Deline, Ft. Good Hope, Colville Lake, Ft. Simpson, Ft. Rae, Lutsel K'e, Ft. Resolution, Ft. Smith, Ft. McPherson, Edzo, Wrigley, Jean-Marie River, Ft. Providence, Hay River, and Ft. Smith. 3 types of surveys will be delivered by trained community members: (1) a 24-hour diet recall; (2) a socio-c...


Estimation of the risk to the inhabitants of Fort Resolution of renal impairment related to the long-term consumption of traditional food contaminated by environmental cadmium.
Principal Investigator: Chan, L.H.M.
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researchers will be collecting food samples and analyzing them for the presence of cadmium. The study is being conducted in concert with H. Kuhnlein's study on food use patterns in Dene/Metis communities. Thus, cadmium levels in food can be assessed in light of food consumption patterns in order to address the risks associated with consumption of foods containing cadmium....


Dietary study of the Yellowknives Dene Band: Yellowknife Back Bay Project
Principal Investigator: Christensen, Jill
Licenced Year(s): 1995 1994 1993
Summary: The researchers will continue to collect information on the consumption patterns in traditional and store-bought foods as well as lifestyle patterns (e.g., fishing and hunting activities, health beliefs, traditional food use) of residents of Ndilo and Dettah. This information will be combined with results of the Back Bay Fish Study (contaminants in fish) in order that human health implications of...


Meeting the information needs of Inuit regarding contaminants
Principal Investigator: Usher, Peter J.
Licenced Year(s): 1994 1993
Summary: The researchers will be continuing their interviews with community members on identifying contaminant issues and information needs related to those issues. Interviews will be conducted with a wide range of individuals, including harvesters, elders, women, youth and professionals. An appropriate communication strategy will be developed in an appropriate cultural and social context....


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