Health Transitions in Arctic Populations, paper ed

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Health Transitions in Arctic Populations describes and explains changing health patterns in these areas, how particular patterns came about, and what can be done to improve the health of Arctic peoples. This study correlates changes in health status with major environmental, social, economic, and political changes in the Arctic. T. Kue Young and Peter Bjerregaard seek commonalities in the experiences of different peoples while recognizing their considerable diversity.

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Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives, 2nd edition, paper ed

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Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives is a comprehensive examination of the complex nature of health care issues facing First Nations people in Canada. The authors explore the physiological, spiritual, historical, sociological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to the overall poor health status of Native People. The changes in health and disease patterns prior to European contact up to the present are described.

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Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives, reprint UNAVAILABLE

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This title is currently unavailable through GoodMinds.com. The second edition is currently available. Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives is a comprehensive examination of the complex nature of health care issues facing First Nations people in Canada. The authors explore the physiological, spiritual, historical, sociological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to the overall poor health status of Native People. The changes in health and disease patterns prior to European contact up to the present are described.

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Health Care and Cultural Change: The Indian Experience in the Central Subarctic, OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT Health Care and Cultural Change: The Indian Experience in the Central Subarctic examines the changes in health and health care experienced by the First Nations in Canada's central subarctic region. The author identifies the massive social and cultural upheavals experienced by the Aboriginal People as reasons for these devastating changes. T. Kue Young, a professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba, proposes a strategy for improving the heath of First Nations. OUT OF PRINT

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