5 record(s) found with the tag "healing" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Project Jewel: Using Inuvialuit ways of Knowing to Understand How On-the-Land Programming Can Foster Wellness
Principal Investigator: Giles, Audrey R.
Licensed Year(s): 2019 2018 2017
Summary: The objective of this project is to better understand how Project Jewel’s on-the-land programming offers culturally safe and trauma and violence informed programs that meet the self-identified needs of residents of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) as the community partner in this research project will be the owner of the data and control the research p...

Telling the story of diabetes care in Aboriginal communities: A proposal for a community-based participatory research project in Fort Smith, NWT
Principal Investigator: Dutton, Jessica N
Licensed Year(s): 2015 2014 2013
Summary: Research Objectives: 1. To explore the third space that exists between western medical diabetes treatments and traditional Aboriginal healing to resolve the false dichotomy presented in the literature on diabetes treatment in Aboriginal communities. 2. To develop a community-based, participatory program of research that will provide opportunities for community members with diabetes to engage in...

Healing as an Alternative to Incarceration
Principal Investigator: Chisholm-Smith, Alexandra
Licensed Year(s): 1995
Summary: The researcher, as part of a wider study on healing, will use a participatory research method to gain insight into the issue of incarcerated women in the NWT. Interviews will take place with women presently incarcerated in the North as well as with those directly involved (healers, correctional officers, government and interest groups)....

Dene Healing and Wellness
Principal Investigator: Fajber, Elizabeth
Licensed Year(s): 1995
Summary: The researcher will investigate the issues using qualitative, community-based, collaborative research methods. Research tools include semi-structured and unstructured interviews with consenting informants. Also, involvement both in formal community meetings and political assemblies, and in informal daily activities of Dene in the community will enhance the researcher's understanding of the heali...

Traditional Dene Medicine in Use in the Dogrib Area
Principal Investigator: Ryan, Joan
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992
Summary: No baseline information has been systematically collected for the Dene about traditional use of plants and animal parts used for healing. There are still several Dogrib elders who hold and use this information and the Dene are eager to have this knowledge documented so so that they can teach it to young people....