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Indigenous Health: PGME



Bibliography of resources on this subject guide compiled by Janice Linton, with thanks to the many people who provide suggestions for new resources to be added

Paper Copy NJM Indigenous Health WC 11 L977m 2001

Paper Copy NJM Indigenous Health WX 11 DC2 L977 2016

Key Resources

Suggested Resources About Indigenous Peoples' Health

Video & Film


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Janice Linton
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)

Online resources


NCCIH Online Webinars

Excellent webinars from the National Collaborating Centre For Indigenous Health on the following topics:

Trauma Informed Care  

2-Spirit People

Family Violence  

Cultural Safety   

Metis Health 


Indigenous Languages

Separate Beds:  A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada

Structures of Indifference:  An Indigenous Life and Death in a Canadian City

This webinar is about the life and death of patient Brian Sinclair in Winnipeg

Reconciliation and Public Health Presentation - Dr. Marcia Anderson

Reconciliation and Public Health Q & A -- Dr. Marcia Anderson