Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Conference Proceedings

Mental Health and Substance Use
  • Alani-Verjee, T., Braunberger, P., Bobinski, T., & Mushquash, C.J. (2017). First Nations Elders in Northwestern Ontario's perspectives of health, body image and eating disorders. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing, 2(1), 76-96. link
  • Bedard, T.E., Nadin, S., Zuefelt, C., Crawford, B., Plant-Dupuis, N., & Cheng, C. (2016). Implementation and evaluation of a quality improvement project: Carepaths for early psychosis intervention programs in Northeastern Ontario. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 10(6), 547-553. link
  • Ewen, V., Mushquash, A.R., Bailey, S.K., Haggarty, J., Dama, S., & Mushquash, C.J. (2016). Same-day counselling: Study protocol for the evaluation of a new mental health service. JMIR Research Protocols, 5, e22. link
  • Mushquash, C. J. (2015). Clinically competent to provide culturally appropriate services for First Nations peoples. Rapport, 1, 1-3.
  • Kruse, A.S., Tippin, G., & Mushquash, C.J. (2014). Transcending categories: Transdiagnostic approaches in rural and northern practice. The View From Here: Rural and Northern Perspectives, 9, 5-7. link
  • Kruse, A.S., Tippin, G., & Mushquash, C.J. (2014). Transdiagnostic approaches in rural clinical practice. Psynopsis, the Magazine of the Canadian Psychological Association, 36, 17-18. link
  • Minore, B., Haggarty, J., Boone, M., & Katt, M. (2014). Providing psychiatric medical services to remote communities. In P. Menzies and L. Lavallée (Eds.), Working with Aboriginal peoples with mental health and addictions problems (pp. 201-216). Toronto, Ontario: Centre for Addictions and Mental Health.
  • Chomycz, S., Houlding, C., Kruse, A., Mushquash, A.R., & Mushquash, C.J. (2013). Psychology in the spotlight: Lakehead University. Psynopsis, the Magazine of the Canadian Psychological Association, 35, 54-55. link
Maternal, Child, and Family Health
  • Jumah, N.A. (2018). Opioid use in pregnancy and parenting: An Indigenous-based, collaborative framework for northwestern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Public Health/Revue canadienne de santé publique, 108(5-6), 616. link
  • Toombs, E., Drawson, A.S., Bobinski, T., Dixon, J., & Mushquash, C.J. (2018). First Nations parenting and child reunification: Identifying strengths, barriers, and community needs within the child welfare system. Child & Family Social Work, 1–9. link
  • Moeller, H., Wakewich, P., Dowsley, M., Burnett, K., & Bishop, L. (2016). Facilitators and barriers to positive birth experiences for Indigenous women in Northwestern Ontario. Abstracts from the 16th International Circumpolar Conference on Health. Int J Circumpolar Health, 75(1). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v75.33200
  • Moeller, H., Bishop, L., Burnett, K., Dowsley, M., & Wakewich, P. (2015)Birthing experiences in the borderland of 'citizen-status' in North-Western Ontario, Canada. Hyperdiversity in Health Care: Comparative Perspectives from the U.S., Canada and Europe: Proceedings of the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. Denver, CO: American Anthropological Association.
  • Moeller, H., Burnett, K., Dowsley, M., & Wakewich, P. (2015). "I'd have to feel safe [with my birth attendant]": Facilitators and barriers to positive birth experiences for Indigenous women in North Western Ontario. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress on Circumpolar Health ICCH16. Oulu, Finland: International Union for Circumpolar Health.
  • Moeller, H., Dowsley, M., Wakewich, P., Bishop, L., Burnett, K., & Churchill, M.E. (2015). A qualitative assessment of factors in the uptake of midwifery of diverse populations in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice, 14(3):14-20. 
Youth Wellness and Resilience
  • Boydell, K., Gladstone, B., Stasiulis, E., Cheng, C., & Nadin, S. (2017). Co-producing narratives on access to care in rural communities: Using digital storytelling to foster social inclusion of young people experiencing psychosis. Studies in Social Justice (Visual Methods Special Issue), 11(2), 298-304. link
  • Hill, M.E., Bodnar, P., Fenton, R., Mason, B., & Bandoh, G. (2017). Teach our children: Learning how to do stroke education with Indigenous children, First Nations, Ontario, Canada, 2009–2012. Centers for Disease Control: Preventing Chronic Disease Journal, 14, 160506. link 
  • Nowrouzi, B., Manassis, K., Jones, E., Bobinski, T., & Mushquash, C.J. (2015). Translating anxiety-focused CBT for youth in a First Nations context in Northwestern Ontario. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 24, 33-40. link
The Rural and Northern Healthcare Workforce
  • Thompson, D.S., Carter, L., Adams-Carpino, G., Berry, S., Graves, L., Ranger, N.J., & Abourbih, J. (2018). Views from the field: Student experiences and perceptions of interprofessional learning and collaboration in rural settings. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 32(3) 339-347. doi: 10.1080/13561820.2017.1409703. Epub 2017 Dec 13. link
  • Hill, M.E., Raftis, D., & Wakewich P. (2017). Strengthening the rural dietetics workforce: Examining early effects of the Northern Ontario Dietetic Internship Program on recruitment and retention. Rural and Remote Health, 17(1), 4035. link
  • Moeller, H. (2016). Culturally safe communication and the power of language in Arctic nursing. Journal Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 40(1), 85-104. link
  • Hogenbirk, J., Robinson, D., Hill, M.E., Pong, R.W., Minore, B., Adams, K., Strasser, R., & Lipinski, J. (2015). The economic contribution of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine to communities participating in distributed medical education. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 20(1), 25-32. link
  • Tippin, G.K., Kruse, A.S., & Mushquash, C.J. (2015). Graduate training in rural and northern psychological practice. The View from Here: Rural and Northern Practice Newsletter, 8(2): 11-12. link
  • Moeller, H. (2014). "Chapter 3: At være sygeplejerske og sygeplejestuderende i Groenland (To be a nurse and a nursing student in Greenland." In Helle Moeller (Ed.). Groenlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Om Sygeplejersker og Sygepleje i Groenland (Greenlandic nurses voices: About nursing and nurses in Greenland). (pp 55-65) Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Moeller, H. (2014). "Conclusion: Nursing Research in Greenland." In Helle Moeller, ed. Groenlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Om Sygeplejersker og Sygepleje i Groenland (Greenlandic nurses voices: About nursing and nurses in Greenland). (pp 150-155). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Moeller, H. (2014). "Introduktion: Groenlandske sygeplejersker er guld værd (Introduction: Greenlandic nurses are invaluable)." In Helle Moeller, ed. Groenlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Om Sygeplejersker og Sygepleje i Groenland (Greenlandic nurses voices: About nursing and nurses in Greenland). (pp 9-15). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Strasser, R., Hogenbirk, J.C., Minore, B., Marsh, D.C., Berry, S., McCready, W.G., & Graves, L. (2014). Transforming health professional education through social accountability: Canada's Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Medical Teacher, 35(6), 490-496. link
  • Moeller, H. (2013). "Double culturedness": The 'capital' of Inuit nurses. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 72(S1). link
Housing
  • Schiff, R., Turner, A. & Waegemakers Schiff, J. (2016). Rural Indigenous homelessness in Canada. In E. Peters and J. Christensen (Eds), Indigenous homelessness: Perspectives from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. link
  • Schiff, R., Waegemakers Schiff, J., & Turner, A. (2016). Rural homelessness in western Canada: Lessons from diverse communities. Social Inclusion, 4(4): 73-85. (Invited Submission). link
  • Waegemakers Schiff, J. & Schiff, R. (2016). Northern Housing Networks: Collaborative efforts to develop innovative housing programs for high needs Aboriginal women in northern, remote communities. In N. Nichols and C. Doberstein (Eds), Exploring effective systems responses to homelessness (pp. 175-181). Toronto, Canada: Homeless Hub - Canadian Observatory on Homelessness.
Community Health and Well-Being 
  • Moeller, H. (in press). Chapter 7: Circumpolar health and well-being. In M. Nuttall, T. R. Christensen, & M. Siegert (Eds), The Routledge Handbook of the Polar Regions. London: Routledge. link
  • Moeller, H. (2013). Sygeplejeantropologisk forskning: Et instrument til at fokusere på sundhed og velvære i Arktisk sygepleje [Nursing anthropological research: A tool to focus on health and wellbeing in Arctic Nursing]. Tikiusaaq Journal for Nurses in Greenland, 21(2), 52-59. link
  • Kral, M.J., Idlout, L, Minore, B., Dyck, R., & Kirmayer, L. (2011). Unikkaartuit: Meanings of well-being, unhappiness, health, and community change among Inuit in Nunavut, Canada. American Journal of Community Psychology, 48(3-4), 426-38. link
Cancer
  • Sameshima, P., Slingland, D., Wakewich, P., Morriseau, K., & Zehbe, I. (2017). In G. Barton & M. Baguley (Eds.). Growing wellbeing through community participatory arts: A Canadian Anishinaabek First Nations women cervical cancer screening study. (pp 399-416). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Arts Education. Brisbane: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Zehbe, I., Wakewich, P., King, A.D., Morriseau, K., & Tuck, C. (2017). Self-administered sampling for Human Papillomavirus testing versus health care provider-directed Papanicolaou cytology: First Nations women's perspectives. BMJ Open, 7(8), 1-9. link
  • Maar, M., Wakewich, P., Wood, B., Severini, A., Burchell, A., Little, J., Ogilvie, G., & Zehbe, I. (2016). Strategies for increasing cervical cancer screening amongst First Nations communities in Northwest Ontario, Canada. Health Care for Women International, 37(4), 478-495. link
  • Wakewich, P., Wood, B., Davey, C., Laframboise, A., Zehbe, I., & on behalf of the ACCSS Group. (2016). Colonial legacy and the experience of First Nations Women in cervical cancer screening: a Canadian multi-community study. Critical Public Health, 26(4):368-380. link
  • Zehbe, I., Wakewich, P., Wood, B., Sameshima, P., Banning, Y., Little, J., & on behalf of the ACCSS group. (2016). Engaging Canadian First Nations Women in cervical screening through education. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 54(5): 255-264. link
  • Zehbe, I., Wood, B., Wakewich, P., Maar, M., Escott, N., Jumah, N., & on behalf of the ACCSS group. (2016). Teaching tools to engage Anishinaabek First Nations women in cervical cancer screening: report of an educational workshop. Health Education Journal, 75(3): 341-342. link
  • Hounsgaard, L., Augustesen, M., Moeller, H., Bradley, S.K., & Moeller, S. (2013). Women's perspectives on illness in being screened for cervical cancer. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 72. link
HIV
  • Giles, M., Schiff, R., & Valcour, J. (2017). Impact of an HIV program for youth in southern Inuit communities. AIDS Education and Prevention: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
  • Quinn, K., Sanders, C., & Petroll, A. (2017). 'HIV is not going to kill me, old age is!': The intersection of aging and HIV for older HIV-infected adults in rural communities. AIDS Education and Prevention, 29(1), 62-76. link
  • Schiff, R. (2016). "Regina, Saskatchewan: The case of small, isolated urban centres." In K. Buccieri and R. Schiff (Eds). Pandemic Preparedness and Homelessness: Lessons from H1N1 in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Observatory on Homelessness.
Brain Health
  • Hill, M.E., Bodnar, P., Fenton, R., Mason, B., & Bandoh, G. (2017). Teach our children: Learning how to do stroke education with Indigenous children. Centres for Disease Control: Preventing Chronic Disease Journal, 14(E68), 1-8. link
    Keightley, M., Kendall, V., Jang, S.H., Parker, C., Agnihotri, S., Colatonio, A., Minore, B., Katt, M., Cameron, A., White, R., Longboat-White, C., & Bellavance, A. (2011). From health care to home community: an Aboriginal community-based ABI transition strategy. Brain Injury, 25(2), 142-152. link
  • Keightley, M., King, G.E., Jang, S.H., White, R.J., Minore, B., Katt, M., Cameron, A., Bellavance, A., & Longboat-White, C. (2011). Brain injury from a First Nations' perspective: teachings from elders and traditional healers. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(4), 237-245. link
  • Minore, B., Hill, M.E., & Bodnar, P. (2010). Developing a stroke education tool for First Nation people. [Abstract]. Stroke, 41(7), E483.
End-of-Life Care
  • Nadin, S., Crow, M., Prince, H. & Kelley, M.L. (2018). Wiisokaatiwin: Development and evaluation of a community-based palliative care program in Naotkamegwanning First Nation. Rural & Remote Health, 18(2), 4317. link
  • Koski, J., Kelley, M.L., Nadin, S., Crow, M., Prince, H., Wiersma, E.C., & Mushquash, C.J. (2017). An analysis of journey mapping to create a palliative care pathway in a Canadian First Nations community: Implications for service integration and policy development. Palliative Care Research and Treatment, 10, PMC5524242. link
  • Prince, H., Mushquash, C.J., & Kelley, M. L. (2016). Improving end-of-life care in First Nations communities: Outcomes of a participatory action research project. Psynopsis, 38(4), 17-19. link