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Kivalliq Health Research Collection: Suicide Prevention


Promoting community conversations about research to end suicide: learning and behavioural outcomes of a training-of-trainers model to facilitate gassroots community health education to address Indigenous youth suicide prevention. (2017).
Nunavut's new suicide prevention strategy.(2016).
Training medical providers in evidence-based approaches to suicide prevention.(2015).
Suicide among Inuit: Results from a large, epidemiologically representative follow-back study in Nunavut.(2015).
Protective factors for mental health and well-being in a changing climate: Perspectives from Inuit youth in Nunatsiavut, Labrador.(2015).
Tunngajuq : Stress and resilience among Inuit youth in Nunavut, Canada.(2014).
Mental health in Inuit youth from Nunavik: Clinical considerations on a transcultural, interdisciplinary, community-oriented approach.(2012).
Placing identity: Town, land, and authenticity in Nunavut, Canada.(2010).
Inuit health system must move past suicide prevention to “unlock a better reality,”(2010).
Connections to the land : The politics of health and wellbeing in Arviat Nunavut.(2009).
Suicide prevention: Inuit traditional practise that encouraged resilience and coping.(2006).
Echoes and reflections a discussion of best practices in Inuit mental health : a comparative cross-jurisdictional analysis of the literature on services, program models, and best practices in mental health, with a focus on interdisciplinary, intersectoral approaches emphasizing Inuit youth.(2005).