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  • SPHERU
    Aging in Place Supporting Rural Seniors Health Needs Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care 2013 Rural Seniors Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well Being Research 2014 Policy community and kin Interventions that support rural healthy aging Activities Adaptation and Aging 2014 Published Conference Abstracts Novik N Bacsu J Johnson S 2013 Aging and rural mental health I don t think I ll ever get better Conference Program Aging in America 2013 ASA Conference Chicago Illinois March 11 15 2013 pp 202 Bacsu J Jeffery B Novik N Martz D Johnson S Abonyi S 2012 Policy community and kin Interventions the support rural healthy aging in place Canadian Rural Health Research Society 11th Conference Levis Quebec October 25 27 2012 pp 31 Novik N Bacsu J Jeffery B Martz D Abonyi S Johnson S 2012 Barriers to mental health for rural seniors I don t think I ll ever get better Canadian Rural Health Research Society 11th Conference Levis Quebec October 25 27 2012 pp 42 Novik N Bacsu J Jeffery B Abonyi S Johnson S Martz D Oosman S 2012 Healthy aging through the eyes of rural Saskatchewan seniors Factors that support aging in rural Saskatchewan Abstract Book Canadian Association of Gerontology 41st Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting Vancouver British Columbia October 18 20 2012 pp 176 Related Documents Developing a Framework to Support Rural Healthy Aging pdf of poster presented at 2013 Canadian Rural Health Research Society conference Healthy Aging in Place Winter 2015 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Brain Power edition Winter 2014 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Summer 2014 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Brain Power edition Summer 2014 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Winter 2014 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Winter 2013 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place Summer 2013 Newsletter Healthy Aging in Place

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/healthy-aging-in-place.php (2015-04-04)
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    develop capacity for community based indigenous health research in Saskatchewan and to create networks of indigenous health researchers regionally nationally and internationally Principal Investigators include Frederic Wien of Dalhousie University and JoAnn Episkinew and Carrie Bourassa of First Nations University of Canada The IPHRC is a partnership between the First Nations University of Canada the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan and is funded by the Institute of

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/indigenous-peoples-health-research-centre-cihr-.php (2015-04-04)
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    PhD Co Investigator Diane Martz PhD Co Investigator This Community University Research Alliance project led by RESOLVE Research and Education for Solutions to Violence and Abuse Saskatchewan at the University of Regina will build upon the established connections among the three RESOLVE provincial research offices and justice and community family violence agencies across the Prairie provinces RESOLVE is a tri prairie research network that coordinates and supports research aimed at

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/ruralnorthern-community-response-intimate-partner-violence-.php (2015-04-04)
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    Investigator First Nations Métis and Inuit are high incidence communities in terms of contracting tuberculosis This project led by Principal Investigator Richard Long of the University of Alberta will address knowledge gaps concerning the disease among these communities by developing a tuberculosis specific curriculum for First Nations Métis and Inuit youth Goals Outcomes A key objective is to strengthen tuberculosis elimination strategies by passing on the knowledge of transmission and

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/tuberculosis-education-aboriginalnon-aboriginal-youth.php (2015-04-04)
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    knowledge in mental health promotion theory policy and practice The project is bringing together a unique blend of research scientists policy and decision makers and community based practitioners that work with Indigenous or racialized immigrant women The research program led by Co principal Investigators Lewis Williams and Caroline Tait of the University of Saskatchewan consists of components such as a research literature review analysis of federal and provincial MHPR policies

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/reducing-mental-health-disparities-through-population-health-promotion-translating-knowledge-into-practice-practice-into-knowledge.php (2015-04-04)
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    Nazeem Muhajarine PhD Co Investigator Bonnie Jeffery PhD Co Investigator Diane Martz PhD Co Investigator Maps can be used to show health and health care patterns Digital maps have the additional advantages of storing data providing a mechanism for retrieval and use and testing hypotheses SPHERU researchers are developing a user friendly interactive digital atlas covering health issues throughout Saskatchewan Goals Outcomes The goal of this project is to develop

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/atlas-project.php (2015-04-04)
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    in First Nations than for the rest of the Canadian born population and repeated outbreaks in reserve communities have put elimination efforts back decades This study reflects a region wide multifaceted and programmatic approach to informing TB elimination strategies It has the potential to influence social determinants of health in marginalized communities provide impetus for improved outcomes for Aboriginal people and explore a regional model of coordinated activity by translating

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/determinants-of-tb-transmission.php (2015-04-04)
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    February 3 2014 Sylvia Abonyi PhD Principal Investigator Bonnie Jeffery PhD Co Investigator The major objective of this research project conducted between October 2002 and June 2005 was to collect baseline information on northern peoples perceptions and experiences of HIV AIDS as well as to identify local and regional capacities and gaps for preventing and managing HIV AIDS Because hepatitis C comes to communities in many of the same ways as HIV and AIDS it was also included in the research Goals Outcomes A steering committee representing researchers health regions Aboriginal health organizations and participating communities identified the project objectives as determining community awareness documenting knowledge and local experiences identifying factors to increase communities capacity to assists individuals with HIV AIDS and finding ways to talk about these issues while conducting primary prevention education care and monitoring Through individual interviews and group discussion researchers found a desire for more knowledge misconceptions about transmission causes and vulnerability concerns about geographical distances and remoteness for service and a wish for more consistent programming and service The steering committee then made recommendations to create a regional strategy move the emphasis from treatment to public awareness and education address misconceptions and include communities in

    Original URL path: http://www.spheru.ca/research_projects/projects/HIV-AIDS-HepC-Awarness.php (2015-04-04)
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