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The University of Manitoba campuses are located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. More
Beginning July 26, 2021, Elizabeth Dafoe and Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Libraries are re-opening for individual student study space.
Remaining UM Libraries are closed due to Provincial COVID restrictions.
Physical materials can be requested for contactless pickup at the pickup lockers at Elizabeth Dafoe Library (Fort Garry Campus) and Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library (only accessible for Bannatyne campus students, staff, and faculty who have swipe card access).
Smylie, J., Crengle, Sue, Adomako, Paul Robert Kwaku, & Centre for Research on Inner City Health. (2009). Indigenous children's health report : Health assessment in action. Toronto, Ont.: The Centre for Research on Inner City Health.
Family physicians and other care providers have key roles to play in addressing poverty as a risk to their patients' health, due to their close relationships with their patients and their access to resources to improve patients' health.
Meatherall, B. L., Garrett, M. R., Kaufert, J., Martin, B. D., Fricke, M. W., Arneja, A. S., ... & Embil, J. M. (2005). Disability and quality of life in Canadian aboriginal and non-aboriginal diabetic lower-extremity amputees. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 86(8), 1594-1602.
Hampton M, Baydala A, Bourassa C, McKay-McNabb K, Placsko C, Goodwill K, et al. Completing the circle: Elders speak about end-of-lif e care with Aboriginal families in Canada. J Palliat Care 2010;26(1):6-14.
Browne, A., Smye, V., Rodney, P., Tang, S., Mussell, B., & O'Neil, J. (2011). Access to Primary Care From the Perspective of Aboriginal Patients at an Urban Emergency Department. Qualitative Health Research,21(3), 333-348.
Mota, N., Elias, B., Tefft, B., Medved, M., Munro, G., & Sareen, J. (2012). Correlates of Suicidality: Investigation of a Representative Sample of Manitoba First Nations Adolescents. American Journal Of Public Health, 102(7), 1353-1361.
Elias, Brenda, Mignone, Javier, Hall, Madelyn, Hong, Say P., Hart, Lyna, & Sareen, Jitender. (2012). Trauma and suicide behaviour histories among a Canadian Indigenous population: An empirical exploration of the potential role of Canada's residential school system. Social Science & Medicine, 74(10), 1560-1569.
Newton, A., Rosychuk, R., Dong, K., Curran, J., Slomp, M., & Mcgrath, P. (2012). Emergency health care use and follow-up among sociodemographic groups of children who visit emergency departments for mental health crises. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 184(12), E665-E674.
Indigenous Health Liaison Librarian
Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library,
University of Manitoba, Bannatyne Campus
727 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P5
NJM Library is located next to Health Sciences Centre (HSC)