Aboriginal knowledge translation: MR4-62/2009E-PDF

understanding and respecting the distinct needs of Aboriginal communities in research.

"The combination of a rich history of KT in Aboriginal communities and growing interest in KT among the Western scientific research community provides a unique opportunity to develop partnerships to utilize and apply knowledge to improve Aboriginal health and well-being. These partnerships are particularly important today, as large disparities in health status continue to exist between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations. KT approaches that are driven by Aboriginal community members and their knowledge systems will be the most effective in addressing these health status disparities"--p. 3.

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Department/Agency Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Title Aboriginal knowledge translation
Subtitle understanding and respecting the distinct needs of Aboriginal communities in research.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Application des connaissances autochtone, comprendre et respecter les besoins particuliers des communautées autochtones en recherche. Cover title. "June 2009." "Authors: Elizabeth Estey M.A., Janet Smylie M.D., & Ann Macaulay M.D."--p. 2.
Date 2009.
Number of Pages 5 p.
Catalogue Number
  • MR4-62/2009E-PDF
Subject Terms Aboriginal peoples, Medical research