2 edition of Highlights of the health survey conducted among the Inuit of Northern Québec, 1983-1984 found in the catalog.
Highlights of the health survey conducted among the Inuit of Northern Québec, 1983-1984
by Gouvernement du Québec, Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux in [Québec]
Written in English
|Statement||Carole Blanchet ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Blanchet, Carole, 1956-, Québec (Province). Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux.|
|LC Classifications||RA450.Q3 F3513 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||93135043|
Abstract Nutrition surveys conducted in the Arctic indicate major variations in nutrient intake among Inuit from different regions. However, no studies have been undertaken to evaluate the importance of these differences or similarities in term of nutrient intakes. In order to provide a basis for comparison of the different Arctic regions, a profile of food consumption and nutritional patterns. An international conference titled “Transforming Health Care in Remote Communities” was held at the Chateau Lacombe Hotel in Edmonton, Canada, April 28–30, The event was organized by the University of Alberta’s School of Public Health, in partnership with the Institute for Circumpolar Health Research in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and the Qaujigiartiit Health Cited by: 3.
Agreement Between the Inuit of the Nunavut Settlement Area and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada (ottawa: Indian and Northern affairs, ); agreements, Treaties and Negotiated settlements, 31 august , James Bay and Northern Quebec agreement and Complimentary agreements ( November ), [2 september ]; Grand. overall rate among Inuit from to was times that in the gen-eral population in Canada.5 Among young people, the Inuit rate was times that among non-Aboriginals.5 In the northern Quebec region of Nunavik, the suicide rate among Inuit in – was times higher than that in the rest of Quebec;Cited by:
Between and , the Northern Quebec Inuit Association represented Inuit of Nunavik in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA) negotiations, and by facilitating a leadership role for Inuit in the management of their own lands and resources. This land claim was negotiated as an Agreement-in-Principle in , and as a final. Health Canada, including the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch 10 Indian and Northern Affairs Canada 11 National Aboriginal Health Organization 12 Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami 12 Assembly of First Nations 12 Provincial/territorial level health indicator sets 13 Regional level health indicator sets 13 Indigenous-operated health authorities
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Highlights of the health survey conducted among the Inuit of northern Québec, Québec: Gouvernement du Québec, Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux. Commission des droits de la personne et de droits de la jeunesse Quebec.
Nunavik: Conclusions of the investigation and recommendations. The Inuit Oral Health Survey was built on the Oral Health Component of the Canadian Health Measures Survey, This report provides the results of the Oral Health Survey of Inuit conducted by the Office of the Chief The prevalence of coronal caries was very high among Inuit.
Over 85% of preschoolers had had dental caries with a mean of 8. The largest Inuit health survey ever conducted in Canada has begun in southern Hudson Bay, with medical staff travelling across Nunavut aboard an Arctic icebreaker to test and talk with Inuit.
northern Quebec, and the Nunatsiavut region of Labrador (Fig. Historical context Nearly three centuries ago, the arrival of European whalers and explorers to 1983-1984 book Arctic marked a significant turning point in the health of Inuit.
Interaction with European visi-tors through trade and gift exchange had bothFile Size: 1MB. Correlates of Health-Care Use: Inuit and Cree of Northern Quebec Jean-Pierre Thouez, Peter Foggin, Andre Rannou Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 30, No. 1,pp.
Based on data gathered inpresents a case study of health-care services, which reports on health status, risk factor, and access to care. More information. [2 ] Highlights of the Québec Health Survey of High School Students Institut de la statistique du Québec or suffered, in adolescents’ romantic relationships.
School dropout, associated with multiple risk factors, remains a major issue in Québec society. As a large-scale survey, the QHSHSS covered.
regions in Nunavut. A community-participatory, cross-sectional Inuit Health Survey was conducted among self-identified Inuit adults in the Canadian north in the summer and fall of and A total of 1, randomly selected households completed a household questionnaire.
Food insecurity affected. We conducted a cross-sectional survey of the health status of randomly selected Inuit children aged three to five years in 16 Nunavut communities during the period from to From the survey data, we classified levels of food insecurity specifically among by: Fiber intake for Inuit children was low.
Fiber can be found in plants, caribou stomach, fruits, vegetables and cereal grains. Percent of children consuming country food in the month prior to the survey Caribou Fish Berries Ring. seal meat % Average number of days children consumed country food in month prior to survey 4.
Higher n3-fatty acid status is associated with lower risk of iron depletion among food insecure Canadian Inuit women Article (PDF Available) in BMC Public Health 13(1) April with 58 Reads. The study, titled Assessing the social determinants of self-reported Inuit health in Inuit Nunangat, is based on the Aboriginal Peoples Survey.
It surveyed over 2, Inuit aged 15 to Background Why was the Inuit Health Survey developed. Inuit had expressed a desire to develop a health project that would discover information about the health and wellness of Inuit adults, children and communities throughout the North.
Inuit want health information and health research that is Inuit specific and of practical relevance so that informed decisions could help minimize the negative. Background: Suicide is the second leading cause of death among adolescents worldwide, and is a major driver of health inequity among Indigenous people in high-income countries.
Inuit Publications. - Includes single copy of Inuit Today, together with two issues of Inungnut. See also below, Publications Series. Greenland Politics and Finances. - nd, Various articles on Danish sovereignty and the rise of nationalism; economic development; etc.; together with notes and correspondence.
With the exception of the / Inuit Health survey carried out in three of the four Inuit regions, health studies are discrete local or regional research pro-jects rather than large population-based surveys or ongoing surveillance.
There is nearly a complete lack. Inuit Oral Health Survey Report. for describes the oral health status and burden of oral health conditions of Inuit living in the Inuit regions (except Nunavik). It was found that more Inuit reported poor oral health, more food avoidance and oral pain than southern Canadians, with more dental disease among Inuit, and much of it remainingFile Size: KB.
Nunavik Inuit Health Survey /Qanuippitaa. How are we. Alcohol, Drug Use and Gambling Among the Inuit of Nunavik: Epidemiological Profile 2 Institut national de santé publique du Québec Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services/ Régie régionale de la santé et des services sociaux du Nunavik questionnaire.
The generosity of Air Inuit and First Air is highly commendable. Air Inuit has donated 14 pairs of airline tickets to be used within Nunavik that will be drawn among participants in each community. First Air has donated a pair of tickets for a flight from Kuujjuaq to Montreal that will be drawn at the end of the survey.
How are we. Survey” was conducted in Nunavik in ( adult participants). The second took place over a period of 4 years over the entire territory of Greenland ( – adult participants), the “Inuit Health in Transition ”. Finally, conducted in andthe International Polar Year Adult Inuit Health Survey.
Anctil, M. (prepared by) (). Survey Highlights. Nunavik Inuit Health SurveyQanuippitaa. How are we. Quebec: Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) & Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services (NRBHSS). This document is also available in French and in Inuktitut.
Soc. Sc Med. Vo 29, No. 8, pp.Printed in Great Britain THE OTHER FACE OF DEVELOPMENT: NATIVE POPULATION, HEALTH STATUS AND INDICATORS OF MALNUTRITION-THE CASE OF THE CREE AND INUIT OF NORTHERN QUEBEC J. P. THOUEZ, A. RANNou and P. FoGGIN Department of Geography, University of Montreal, C.P.Succursale A, Montreal, Quebec Cited by: The many health challenges faced by Inuit (3–10) require Inuit-specific approaches.
To find solutions for these challenges as well as to inform public policy makers, the Inuit Health Survey (IHS) was designed and completed. A summary of the design and methods used in the IHS are presented in this by: South Peace Regional Archives Library collection.
— volumes. Back to Finding Aids. Agency History. South Peace Regional Archives was established in January as a project of the Pioneer Museum Society of Grande Prairie & District in response to an active lobby of individuals and organizations.