Aboriginal Health Forum

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Report Code: ABP11686. May, 2011. Location: Toronto

ARTICLE I

Restoring Our Nation: Action Plan for Community Recovery from Opioid Addiction

Deputy Grand Chief Mike Metatawabin
Nishnawbe-Aski Nation

ARTICLE II

The Need for Effective Provincial and Federal Partnerships

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

ARTICLE III

Chronic Diseases Among Aboriginal People

Dr. Hadia Naqi
Family Physician
Anishnawbe Mushkiki-CHC-Thunder Bay

ARTICLE IV

Innovative Programming in Diabetes Prevention

Shannon Van Every
Education Coordinator
Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (S.O.A.D.I.)

ARTICLE V

Physical Activity, Sport, and Recreation as Primary Prevention for the Generations

Dr. Lynn Lavallée, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Ryerson University

ARTICLE VI

Cancer and Aboriginal People

Alethea Kewayosh
Acting Director, Aboriginal Cancer Control
Cancer Care Ontario

ARTICLE VII

Prevention of Substance Abuse in Aboriginal Communities

Gertie Beaucage
Bear Clan, Ojibway – Anishnabe
Executive Director, Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle

ARTICLE VIII

Mental Health and Related Social Issues

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

ARTICLE IX

South Western Ontario FASD Needs Assessment

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

ARTICLE X

Challenges and Successes in Improving Health Surveillance for First Nations on Reserve in Ontario: A Federal Perspective

Dr. Geoff Dunkley
Community Medicine Specialist, First Nations and Inuit Health
Ontario Region, Health Canada

ARTICLE XI

Aboriginal Long Term Care “Journey to Success”

Chief Joel Abram
Oneida Nation of the Thames

Bernard Bouchard, B.A., M.A., MSW, RSW
Executive Director
The Council on Aging of Ottawa