1. Beyond the Social: Chapter 7 with Margo Greenwood

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    Chapter 7: Being at the Interface: Early Childhood as a Determinant of Health In her interview, Dr. Greenwood, the Academic Lead of the NCCAH, reflects upon the intergenerational teachings and…

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    • Beyond the Social: Chapter 3 with Shirley Tagalik

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      Chapter 3: Inuit Knowledge Systems, Elders, and Determinants of Health: Harmony, Balance, and the role of Holistic Thinking As part of her interview, Shirley Tagalik discusses Inuit concepts for…

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      • Distinguished Speaker Series- Dr. Kakooza “Dealing with Trans-Border Quasi-Intellectual Property'

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        Published on Oct 5, 2016 Open AIR East Africa's Inaugural Distinguished Speaker Series with Dr. Anthony Kakooza, entitled “Dealing with Trans-Border Quasi-Intellectual Property".…

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        • Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit - Rhoda’s Dream: Burying the Baby

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          Based on a dream recounted by Rhoda Karetak, this video depicts her encounter and near burial of a baby girl who is gravely ill. Hearing the cries of the baby, Rhoda turns back and pulls the baby…

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          • Beyond the Social: Chapter 2 with Albert Marshall

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            Chapter 2: Two-Eyed Seeing in Medicine Mikm’aw Elder Albert Marshall describes the practice of “Two-Eyed Seeing”—emphasizing the need to preserve ancient, traditional knowledge…

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            • Beyond the Social: Chapter 1 with Charlotte Loppie

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              Chapter 1: Structural Determinants of Aboriginal Peoples' Health Charlotte Loppie’s explanation of the structural elements of health disparities helps provide a framework for understanding…

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              • Beyond the Social: Introduction with Margo Greenwood and Sarah de Leeuw

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                Introduction: Rethinking Determinants of Indigenous Peoples' Health in Canada In their interview, editors Sarah de Leeuw and Margo Greenwood explain that the goal of this unique publication—the…

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                • Transforming our realities | Transformer nos réalités

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                  On December 2-3, 2015, the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) hosted a unique knowledge sharing and networking forum in Ottawa, Ontario, with over 100 representatives from…

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                  • Managing Benefits from Traditional Knowledge (TK) in Bushbuckridge, South Africa

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                    Published on Nov 11, 2014 Traditional health practitioner Rodney Sibuyi and Open A.I.R. researcher Britta Rutert (of Free University Berlin and Natural Justice, Cape Town) discuss the workings of…

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                    • Geographical Indications (GIs) for Branding of Locally Specific Products

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                      Published on Nov 11, 2014 Open AIR researcher Prof. Chidi Oguamanam of the University of Ottawa and Blackfriars LLP, Lagos, discusses his research, conducted with Dr. Tesh Dagne of Thompson Rivers…

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