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作者:Tanya C. Tran , Natalie C. Ban , Jonaki Bhattacharyya
来源:[J].Biological Conservation(IF 3.794), 2020, Vol.241
摘要:Abstract(#br)Indigenous Peoples’ protected and conserved areas have gained global attention due to growing interest in protecting biodiversity during a time of Indigenous resurgence. We reviewed the academic literature to synthesize the motivations, successes, challenges, an...
作者:Diana Sarfati , Gail Garvey , Bridget Robson ...
来源:[J].Annals of Epidemiology(IF 2.479), 2018, Vol.28 (5), pp.335-342
摘要:Abstract(#br)It is estimated that there are 370 million indigenous peoples in 90 countries globally. Indigenous peoples generally face substantial disadvantage and poorer health status compared with nonindigenous peoples. Population-level cancer surveillance provides data to set ...
作者:Ariana C. Kong , Lucie Ramjan , Mariana S. Sousa ...
来源:[J].Women and Birth, 2019
摘要:... Even though Indigenous women experience poorer pregnancy and birth outcomes compared to other women, these models have not been developed with Indigenous communities to address the oral health needs of Indigenous pregnant women. This review aimed to understand the oral he...
作者:Melanie I Morris , Roland Sioui , Mederik Sioui
来源:[J].Journal of Pediatric Surgery(IF 1.383), 2020
摘要:Abstract(#br)In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission called for health care institutions to address structural barriers that affect Indigenous families seeking health care in Canada. Pediatric care centers in Canada have failed to adequately address these, resulting ...
作者:Jessica Chan , Jeppe Friborg , Eduardo Zubizarreta ...
来源:[J].Radiotherapy and Oncology(IF 4.52), 2020, Vol.146, pp.1-8
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)A high cancer burden exists among indigenous populations worldwide. Canada and Greenland have similar geographic features that make health service delivery challenging. We sought to describe geographic access to radiotherapy for indigenous populations ...
作者:Elizabeth Dale , Peter J. Kelly , K.S. Kylie Lee ...
来源:[J].Addictive Behaviors(IF 2.021), 2019, Vol.98
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)Addictions contribute significantly to the overall disease burden for Indigenous peoples of colonised countries. Mutual support groups are one of the most common addiction recovery resources, however their effectiveness for Indigenous peoples is unclea...
作者:Anne-Marie Leclerc , Paule Miquelon , Marie-Claude Rivard
来源:[J].Journal of Emergency Nursing(IF 0.802), 2020, Vol.46 (2), pp.239-245.e2
摘要:Abstract(#br)Introduction(#br)For decades, health inequalities have persisted among Indigenous peoples. As the Indigenous population is growing in the cities, health care delivery in urban areas can be challenging. Emergency nurses are often the first contact in the health sy...
作者:Steve Kisely , Karolina Katarzyna Alichniewicz , Emma B. Black ...
来源:[J].Journal of Psychiatric Research(IF 4.066), 2017, Vol.84, pp.137-152
摘要:Abstract(#br)Indigenous populations are considered at higher risk of psychiatric disorder but many studies do not include direct comparisons with similar non-Indigenous controls. We undertook a meta-analysis of studies that compared the prevalence of depression and anxiety disord...
作者:Sarah Ireland , Ruth Montgomery-Andersen , Sadie Geraghty
来源:[J].Midwifery(IF 1.116), 2019, Vol.75, pp.52-58
摘要:Abstract(#br)Objective(#br)The purpose of this article is to establish a body of literature exploring the emergent topic of Indigenous doulas, in relation to Indigenous communities in remote locations, where women are routinely evacuated and no longer supported to give birth. In ...
作者:Jennie B. Gamlin
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2020
摘要:... Indigenous communities continue to display the highest levels of maternal and infant mortality in Mexico, a fact often accounted for by reference to inadequate access to quality services. A growing body of research has identified gender inequality as a major determinant of M...

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