Selected Publications

Journal Articles

  • Møller, H. (2013). 'Double culturedness': The 'capital' of Inuit nurses. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, Volume 72 (2013), Suppl. 1.
  • Hounsgaard, L., Augustesen, M., Møller, H. & Møller S. (2013). Women's perspectives on illness in being screened for cervical cancer. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, Volume 72 (2013), Suppl. 1.
  • Møller, 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.
  • Zehbe, I., Møller, H., Severini, A., Weaver B., Escott, N., Bell, C., Crawford, S., Bannon, D., & Pavaalo, N. (2011). A pilot study to assess feasibility of self-sampling and Human Pappilomavirus testing for cervical cancer prevention: a pilot study in First Nations women from Northwest Ontario, Canada. BMJ Open.http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/early/2011/03/01/bmjopen-2010-000030.full
  • Møller, H. (2010). Tuberculosis and colonization: Current tales about tuberculosis in Nunavut. Journal of Aboriginal Health, 5(1), 38-48.
  • Møller, H. (2007). Tales about tuberculosis and colonization: The socio-cultural experience of tuberculosis in Nunavut. Alaska Medicine Supplement, 49(2), 178-183.
  • Berger P., Epp, J., & Moeller, H. (2006). The predictable influences of colonialism, culture clash, and current practice on punctuality, attendance, and achievement in Nunavut schools. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 29(2), 182-205.
  • Møller, H. (2003). About the use of narrative: How individual illness stories can be useful for the illumination of Inuit perceptions of health and illness, treatment, healing and cure. (Translation from Danish by author). Nordnytt: Kultur På Tværs (Northern News: Culture Across), 88, 35-57.

In Press

  • Helle Møller, (Ed.) (2014 In press). Grønlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Arktisk sygepleje set fra et grønlands synspunkt. (Greenlandic nurses speak: Arctic nursing seen from a Greenlandic perspective). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Møller H. Introduction in: Helle Møller, (Ed.) (2014 In press). Grønlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Arktisk sygepleje set fra et grønlands synspunkt. (Greenlandic nurses speak: Arctic nursing seen from a Greenlandic perspective). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Møller H. Conclusion in: Helle Møller, (Ed.) (2014 In press). Grønlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Arktisk sygepleje set fra et grønlands synspunkt. (Greenlandic nurses speak: Arctic nursing seen from a Greenlandic perspective). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.
  • Møller H. Chapter 3: At være sygeplejerske og sygeplejerskestuderende I Grønland (To be a nurse and nursing student in Greenland in: Helle Møller (Ed.) (2014 In press). Grønlandske sygeplejersker fortæller: Arktisk sygepleje set fra et grønlands synspunkt. (Greenlandic nurses speak: Arctic nursing seen from a Greenlandic perspective). Copenhagen: Gramma Publishing.

Published Conference Proceedings

  • Møller, H. (2010). Resume af Workshop: Det tværkulturelle aspekt af sundhedsvæsnet i Grønland (Summary of the workshop: The cross cultural aspect of the healthcare system in Greenland). Proceedings from the NUNAMED conference (Greenland’s Medical Conference), Nuuk, Greenland, September 4-6, 2010. (Danish electronic 10 pages)
  • Møller, H. (2007). Fortællinger om tuberkulose og kolonisering: De sociokulturelle oplevelser af tuberkulose i Nunavut (Stories about tuberculosis and colonization in Nunavut: The sociocultural experiences of tuberculosis in Nunavut). Proceedings from the NUNAMED Conference, Nuuk, Greenland, September, 2007 (Danish electronic 9 pages).
  • Møller, H. (2006). Leaving our stories everywhere: Tales of tuberculosis and colonization. Proceedings of the 15th Inuit Studies Conference, Orality, Paris, October 26-28, 2006, (electronic 14 pages).
  • Møller, H. (2005). The role of culturally sensitive health education in decolonizing healthcare in Nunavut. Proceedings of the One Vision-Many Voices: Cross-Cultural/ Anti-Racism Education Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, November 17-19, 2005, (electronic 6 pages).