2012 Aboriginal Health Forum

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Report Code: ABP12858. December 2012. Toronto

ARTICLE 1

Intersectoral Partnerships for First Nations, Inuit and Metis Health
Improvement Informed Through Research

Dr. Malcolm King
Scientific Director
CIHR Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health

ARTICLE 2

Becoming a Centre of Excellence – a difficult path freely chosen!

David Murray
Chief Executive Officer and President
Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre

ARTICLE 3

Prescription Drug Abuse in NAN First Nations

Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler
Nishnawbe Aski Nation

ARTICLE 4

First Nations and Metis Cancer Screening Project

Audrey Logan
First Nations & Métis Cancer Screening Project Coordinator
Windsor Regional Hospital
Erie/St. Clair Regional Cancer Centre

ARTICLE 5

Building Cultural Competency – Within the Toronto Central Local Health
Integration Network to Improve the Quality of Care for Aboriginal Peoples

Todd Ross
Senior Consultant, Community Engagement
Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network

ARTICLE 6

First Nation Community Based Screening to Improve Kidney Health and
Prevent Dialysis

Caroline Chartrand
Executive Director
Diabetes Integration Project Inc.

Dr. Paul Komenda
Nephrologist
Manitoba Renal Program

ARTICLE 7

Empowering Children Through Culturally Relevant Curriculum:
Drop The Pop and Our Children, Their Health, Our Future

Melanie Ferris
Kidney Health Coordinator
Kidney Foundation of Canada

ARTICLE 8

The Over-Representation of HIV/AIDS in Aboriginal Populations
– Challenges and Strategies

Tamara Cascagnette
Regional Outreach/Support Services
Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy (OAHAS)

ARTICLE 9

Changing Directions, Changing Lives: Working with First Nations,
Inuit and Metis to Develop the Mental Health Strategy for Canada

Howard Chodos
Special Advisor, Mental Health Strategy
Mental Health Commission of Canada

ARTICLE 10

An Emerging Centre of Excellence for Culturally Integrated Healthcare
in Northwestern Ontario

Barb Linkewich
Vice President, Clinical Services and Research
Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre

Helen Cromarty
Special Adviser for First Nations Health
Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre

ARTICLE 11

A Sense of Belonging Supporting Healthy Child Development in
Aboriginal Communities

Alison Benedict
Aboriginal Health Promotion Consultant
Best Start Resource Centre