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Articles on Remote Nursing

Adams ME, et al. The implications of isolation for remote industrial health workers. 2019; 19(2):5001.

Burrows, G, et al. What are the support needs of nurses providing emergency care in rural settings as reported in the literature? A scoping review. Rural Remote Health. 2019; 19(2):4805.

Calleja P, et al. Transition support for new graduate nurses to rural and remote practices: A scoping review. Nurse Educ Today. 2019; 76(May); 8-20.

Conlon M, et al. Access to palliative care for cancer patients living in a northern and rural environment in Ontario, Canada: the effects of geographic region and rurality on end-of-life care in a population-based decendcancer cohort. Clin Med Insights Oncol. 2019; 13(Feb).

de Oliveira A, et al. Satisfaction and limitation of primary health care nurses' work in rural areas. Rural Remote Health. 2019; 19(2):4938.

Ding J, et al. End-of-life care in rural general practice: how best to support commitment and meet challenges? BMC Palliat Care. 2019; 18(1):51.

MacLeod M, et al. Nurses who work in rural and remote communities in Canada: a national survey. Hum Resour Health. 2017; 15(1):34.

Martin-Misener R, et al. The mosaic of primary care nurses in rural and remote Canada: Results from a national survey. Healthc Policy. 2020; 15(3):63-75.

Prince R, et al. User-centered design of a web-based tool to support management of chemotherapy-related toxicities in cancer patients. J Med Internet Res. 2019; 21(3):e9958.

Rainsford S, et al. Rural end-of-life care from the experiences and perspectives of patients and family caregivers: A systematic literature review. Palliative Medicine. 2017; 31(10):895-912.

Schill K, et al. Cultural safety strategies for rural Indigenous palliative care: a scoping review. BMC Palliat Care. 2019; 18(1):21.

Speyer R, et al. Effects of telehealth by allied health professionals and nurses in rural and remote areas: A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Rehabil Med. 2018;50(3):225-235.

Ugalde A, et al. Understanding rural caregivers' experiences of cancer care when accessing metropolitan cancer services: a qualitative study. BMJ Open. 2019;50(3):225-235.

Inuit Health

Government of Canada. First Nations and Inuit Health. 2019.

Statistics Canada. Inuit Health: Education and Country Food Harvesting. 2008.

Statistics Canada. Inuit in Canada: Findings from the Aboriginal Peoples Survey - Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic. 2007.

Government of Canada. Inuit Oral Health Survey Report 2008-2009. 2011.

Jenkins A, et al. Inuit Women's Health in Nunavut, Canada: a Review of the Literature. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2003; 66(3).

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Social Determinants of Inuit Health. 2014.

Nelson C, et al. Mental health indicators among pregnant Aboriginal women in Canada: results from the Maternity Experiences Survey. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada. 2018.

Government of Canada. The federal framework for suicide prevention - Progress report. 2018.

Sheppard A, et al. Birth outcomes among First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations. Health Rep. 2017; 28(11): 11-16.

Baron M, et al. The social determinants of healthy ageing in the Canadian Arctic. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2019; 78(1).

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