5 record(s) found with the tag "traditional healing" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Digital Storytelling as an Indigenous Women’s Health Advocacy Tool: Empowering Indigenous Women to Frame Their Health Stories
Principal Investigator: Wiart, Shelley M
Licensed Year(s): 2019
Summary: Expected outcomes include: 1) Clarification on Indigenous women's traditional knowledge and healing practices, and how/if they use them on a regular basis; 2) an understanding of common traditional healing practices and medicines Indigenous women, from a variety of backgrounds, are using for themselves and their families; 3) Indigenous women sharing their digital stories with non-Indigenous commun...

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...

Traditional Healing in Fort Simpson
Principal Investigator: Fajber, Elizabeth
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researcher will work with the Liidli Koe First Nation to investigate the roles of traditional healing and the Western health care in the health and well-being of Fort Simpson residents. This will include participation with the council on a project investigating culturally appropriate health care and key informant interviews within the community....

Development of a Native Cultural Component for the Treatment of Alcohol and Drug Problems in the NWT
Principal Investigator: Martel, Pat
Licensed Year(s): 1992
Summary: The research will be based at Hay River and conducted over a 4-month period in 1992 in order to provide a working draft of the Native cultural component of the Hay River Reserve Treatment Centre for the training of Centre Staff. Seven elders from designated communities in the South Slave region will be employed as the primary resource for development and organization of information with regard to...

Licence #2157
Principal Investigator: O'Neil, John
Licensed Year(s): 1977
Summary: A detailed study of Inuit perceptions of health and illness, and an examination of current and traditional Inuit folk beliefs, and methods employed by them in dealing with illness....