Community Based Research
- Community governance of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project, Kahnawake Territory, Mohawk Nation, Canada (PDF)
- Participatory Research Maximizes Community and Lay Involvement (PDF)
- The Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project Intervention, Evaluation and Baseline Results of a Diabetes Primary Prevention Program with a Native Community in Canada (PDF)
- The community voice in research (PDF)
- Participatory research with native community of Kahnawake creates innovative Code of Research Ethics.
- Health sciences research and Aboriginal communities: pathway or pitfall?
- Community needs assessment and development using the participatory research model.
The Alberta ACADRE Network produces two Newsletters. The first is the Alberta ACADRE Network Community Report, which is meant as a communications medium for Aboriginal and health communities. This newsletter is distributed every few months, and it contains updated information about ACADRE, health, and the communities it is associated with. Contributions to its content are welcome, if you have an article that you think would be of interest to ACADRE readers, please contact the general editor.
The second newsletter is In the Loop. This newsletter is a means of communication between each of ACADRE's Advisory Groups. This provides an opportunity for each group to learn and understand the roles and current undertakings of other groups within ACADRE.
The Alberta ACADRE Network Community Report:
In the Loop:
- Commentary: About training Aboriginal health professionals in Canada. Malcolm King, PhD, University of Alberta, Edmonton AB.
The following articles are written by the Network’s co-investigators in their respective field of expertise. If you cannot access a copy on the website please feel free to call the main ACADRE office for a paper copy of the article. The following research papers may be viewed using Adobe Acrobat reader.
Please note that some of the links will direct you to abstracts only. The following abstracts are offered through the U.S. National Library of Medicine's (NLM) PubMed Database.