Aboriginal Health Forum 2010

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Report Code: ABP10490. May, 2010. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Aboriginal Health Policy in Canada

Angela Mashford-Pringle
PhD Candidate, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
University of Toronto
Program Consultant, Aboriginal and Southern Ontario Areas
Health Canada

ARTICLE II

Grandmother Spirit – A qualitative research project exploring safety and well-being among senior Aboriginal women

Billie Allan, MSW
Health Research and Policy Officer
Native Women’s Association of Canada

ARTICLE III

Youth Diabetes Rap/Hip-Hop Album Project

John Henhawk
Youth Coordinator
Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes initiative (S.O.A.D.I.)

ARTICLE IV

The Emergence of the Integrated Continnum of Care – Implications for Aboriginal Healthcare and eHealth

J. Wayne Gudbranson
President and Chief Executive Officer
Branham Group Inc.

ARTICLE V

Métis Nation of Ontario Chronic Disease Surveillance

Donna Lyons
Director of Health
Métis Nation of Ontario

ARTICLE VI

Two Spirit Women The More We Know The More We Heal

Doris O’Brien Teengs
Regional Outreach Worker
Regional Outreach/Support Services
Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy

ARTICLE VII

Health Impact Assessment

Roy Kwiatkowski
Director, Environmental Research Division
Primary Health Care and Public Health Directorate

ARTICLE VIII

Strategic Approaches to Ending Violence and the Subsequent Health Issues

Sylvia Maracle
Executive Director
Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres

ARTICLE IX

First Nations First Link Program for Alzheimer’s

Susan Oster
First Link Public Education Coordinator
Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex

Robin Shawanoo
Oneida First Link Coordinator
Oneida Nation of the Thames

ARTICLE X

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder FASD: Where we have been and where are we going

Laura Spero, B.A., B.Ed., Certified in Addiction Studies
Fetal Alcohol Prevention and Awareness Educator
Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Center

ARTICLE XI

Chronic Kidney Disease Screening in First Nations

David Gilbert
Consultant
HarbourFront Health Group

Dr. C.W. Ashton, MD, MBA (Finance)
Executive Vice President
HarbourFront Health Group

ARTICLE XII

Aboriginal Peoples and Mainstream Organizational Changes

Peter Menzies, PhD, RSW
Clinic Head, Aboriginal Services
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

ARTICLE XIII

Gender & Culture Impacts on Health

Erin Wolski
Health Director
Native Women’s Association of Canada

ARTICLE XIV

Cultural Safety: Aboriginal Health Models, Best Practices and Case Studies

Simon Brauscoupé
Senior Advisor, Aboriginal Relations and Initiative Unit
National Aboriginal Health Organization

ARTICLE XV

First Nations Specific Telemedicine: Working for Community Health

Nancy Muller, RN, BHScN, CDE
Regional Telemedicine Coordinator, KO Telemedicine
Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Northern Chiefs Council

ARTICLE XVI

Telehealth: Making Health Care Accessible to Remote Communities

Lak Parmar
Group Director, Programs
Canada Health Infoway