Congratulations to our Conference Travel Award Recipients 

2020 Winter

Renee Bujold

Masters of Health Promotion

Mi'kmaq

Dalhousie University to attend the 2020 Science Atlantic Nutrition and Foods Conference

(Charlottetown, PEI; March 2020) and present the project titled: Exploring youth's perspective of Indigenous food sovereignty during a traditional food project

Summary Report

             Jocelyn Paul

             Masters of Psychiatry Research

             Mi'kmaq

             Dalhousie University to attend the McMaster University Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference

             (Hamilton, ON; February 2020) and present the project titled: Social stressors, community belonging, and culture-r.           related protective factors among youth and adults in First Nations communities: Links with psychological stress

            

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2019

          Gail Baikie

          Social Work PhD Student

          Inuit

          Memorial University to attend the 21st Inuit Studies Conference

          (Montreal, QC; October 2019) and present the project titled: Indigenous social work: (De)colonizing praxis in-            between worldviews

 

 

 

Leah Carrier

Nursing PhD Student

Niitsítapi (Blackfoot)

Dalhousie University to attend the 2nd World Indigenous Cancer Conference

(Calgary, AB; September 2019) and present the project titled: The experiences of Indigenous youth in the cancer care system: A scoping review

Summary Report

 

 

 

Katharine Gloade

Health PhD Student

Mi'kmaq

Dalhousie University to participate in Intergenerational Trauma Treatment Model Training

(Banff, AB; September 2019)

Summary Report

 

 

 

                 John Sylliboy

                 Integrated Studies in Education PhD Student

                 Mi'kmaq

                 McGill University to attend the Native American and Indigenous Students Association Conference 2019

                 (Aotearoa, New Zealand; June 2019) and present the project titled: Using L'nuwey (Mi’kmaw) worldview                     to conceptualize two-spirit identity

                 Summary Report

 

 

 

 

Tara White

Health PhD Student

Mi'kmaq

Dalhousie University to attend the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2019

(Niagara Falls, ON; May/June 2019) and present the project titled: Occupational therapy roles in the Indigenous context: An integrative review 

Summary Report

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