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  • 1.ABORIGINAL RESOURCE INFORMATION300- GENERAL 300.01 301- FOODS & NUTRITION 301.01 302- EXERCISE302.01 303- COMPLICATIONS 303.01 304- EDUCATION 304.01 305- COMMUNITY PROGRAMS305.01 306- RESEARCH306.01 307- CATALOGUES & RESOURCES307.01 308- VIDEOS308.01 300 - GENERALCALL #300.01 TITLE:Centre for Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous People Two-Year Report 1994-1996 AUTHOR: CINE - Macdonald Campus of McGill University PUBLISHER:CINE DATE: SUBJECT: projects, education, workshops, activities, financial report SUMMARY: CINE=s accomplishments throughout 1994-1996. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.02 TITLE:Centre for Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous Peoples Information Folder AUTHOR: CINE - Macdonald Campus of McGill University PUBLISHER:CINE DATE: 1994-95 SUBJECT: cancer, Dehcho River fish kill, caribou, ratroot, contaminants, Dene/Metis project SUMMARY: 3 newsletters regarding questions and answers about the environment and nutrition. LANGUAGE:English CALL #300.03 TITLE: Aboriginal Health In Canada 1

2. AUTHOR: Health & Welfare Canada PUBLISHER:Minister of National Health & Welfare DATE: 1992 SUBJECT: aboriginal, indian, inuit, metis,health care, death, mortality SUMMARY: Aboriginal and Inuit peoples and the Canadian Health Care System LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL # 300.04 TITLE:Nutrition Newsletter - Special Issue AUTHOR: Health & Welfare Canada PUBLISHER:Minister of National Health & Welfare DATE: 1990 SUBJECT: diabetes, lifestyle, Ojibway, obesity, diet, tri-hospital diabetes education centre, nutrition,NARTC, Kahnawake, Sioux Lookout, Whitefish Bay, Gila River, SUMMARY: diabetes and Aboriginals across Canada. Takes a look at the nutrition as well as lifestyle aspect. Looks at various reserves across Canada. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL#300.05 TITLE:Healthy Children, Healthy NationsA Framework Document To Support the Well-being of First Nations=Children AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada DATE: SUBJECT: alcohol, tobacco, drugs, prenatal care, nutrition, contaminants, disease, SIDS, child abuse, parenting SUMMARY: a guidebook and information source by First Nations care givers who wish to refocus and direct community programs to support the health and well- being of First Nations children. LANGUAGE:English CALL#300.06 TITLE: Report on the Second International Conferenceon Diabetes and2 3. Native Peoples Sociocultural Approaches In Diabetes Care For Native Peoples AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:First Nations Health Commission Assembly of First Nations DATE: 1993 SUBJECT: prevention programs, American Indians, Alaskan Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islands, nutrition, health, alcohol, ADA SUMMARY: the prevalence of diabetes in various communities throughout North America. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.07 TITLE:Diabetes Symposium AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health DATE: 1996 SUBJECT: burden of illness, public health strategy SUMMARY: identifies and priorizes issues and actions necessary for the implementation of a Diabetes Strategy for Manitoba LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.08 TITLE Proceedings of the Diabetes Symposium AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health DATE: 1996 SUBJECT: diabetes symposium, Manitoba, burden of illness, diabetes strategy SUMMARY: summarizes the events of the symposium LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL#:300.09 TITLE:Theory, Reality, Hope - Program 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: DATE:1995 SUBJECT: SUMMARY: actual program guide of the complete conference LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.10 TITLE:Theory, Reality, Hope - Abstracts 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples AUTHOR: 3 4. PUBLISHER:Canadian Diabetes Association DATE:1995 SUBJECT: SUMMARY: abstracts of the presentations at the conference LANGUAGE: EnglishCALL# 300.11 TITLE:Theory, Reality, Hope - Proceedings 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: DATE:1995 SUBJECT: SUMMARY: The complete presentations and papers delivered at the conference. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.12c.1 TITLE:Diabetes in the Canadian Native Population- Biocultural Perspectives AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:Canadian Diabetes Association DATE: 1987 SUBJECT: genetic, environment, clinical, complications, sociocultural, biomedical SUMMARY: Reviews some of the biomedical and epidemiological features of diabetes in Canadian Native populations. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.12c.2 TITLE:Diabetes in the Canadian Native Population- Biocultural Perspectives AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:Canadian Diabetes Association DATE: 1987 SUBJECT: genetic, environment, clinical, complications, sociocultural, biomedical SUMMARY: Reviews some of the biomedical and epidemiological features of diabetes in Canadian Native populations. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.13 TITLE: A Peoples Perspective- Report on DiabetesRelated NeedsAssessment AUTHOR: Alethea Kewayosh4 5. PUBLISHER: DATE:1986 SUBJECT: Health care, management, programs, Ontario reserves SUMMARY: A report about diabetes related needs assessment ofnative reserves in Ontario. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300. 14 TITLE: AHandbookforFirstNations onEvaluatingHealthProgramsAUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Minister of National Health & Welfare DATE: SUBJECT: Health Transfer Initiative, evaluation, health programs, community health plan SUMMARY: LANGUAGE:English/FrenchCALL# 300. 15 TITLE: Principles of Proper LivingAUTHOR: Cree, Sioux, Blackfeet Confederacy PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Medicine wheel, Creator, spiritual health SUMMARY: An article based on spiritual health that includes the CreeCommandments and the Medicine Wheel LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300. 16 TITLE:The Traditional Indian Sweat Lodge Presentation 5 6. AUTHOR: The Yorkton District Chiefs Cultural Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program PUBLISHER: DATE:1986 SUBJECT: Medicine Wheel, sweat lodge, fire, rocks, water, air SUMMARY: Traditional healing by way of a Sweat Lodge ceremony. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300. 17 TITLE:Aiming For Control: Blood Glucose Levels in a 24 hour period (Re-usable poster board) AUTHOR: Health Consultation Program - Union of BC Indian Chiefs PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Blood glucose SUMMARY: A re-usable poster board and marker designed for use by Indian peoplewho have diabetes. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300. 18 TITLE:Minimum Standards of Care for Patients with Diabetes in the IndianHealth Service AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: DATE:1994 SUBJECT: health care, standards of care, Indian Health Services, IHS SUMMARY: Realistic recommendations helpful in developing diabetes care programsand tracking quality care. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300. 19 TITLE: American Indian & Alaska Native People -Keepers of Wisdom toStrengthen the Hearts AUTHOR: Indian Health Service PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: heart disease, tobacco, smoking, abuse, blood pressure, AmericanIndian, Alaska SUMMARY: Tobacco abuse that leads to heart disease. The use of tobacco forcultural reasons. LANGUAGE:English 6 7. CALL#300.20 TITLE: Model Standards of Care and Education for first Nations People withDiabetes AUTHOR:Louise Aubrey PUBLISHER: DATE:1993 SUBJECT: care, education, framework, model standards SUMMARY: The Model Standards are intended as a guide for Medical ServicesBranch and First Nations communities which are working at improving thetotal health of First Nations people with diabetes mellitus. These ModelStandards compliment the Framework for the Prevention and Care ofDiabetes in First Nations people in Canada. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL#300.21 TITLE: Report of the Renal Services/Dialysis Committee AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: DATE:1996 SUBJECT: renal disease, dialysis, kidney disease SUMMARY: A report from the Reanl Services/Dialysis Committee of Manitoba thatdiscusses 1) special patient groups in Manitoba, 2) access to health care,3) the Duncan Declaration, 4) several articles on renal disease inAboriginal people. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL#300.22 TITLE: The Challenges of Wellness for the Aboriginal Elderly AUTHOR: John D. ONeil, Community Health Services PUBLISHER: DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Aboriginal rights to health, Royal Commission, holistic approach SUMMARY: Handout material at the Annual Spring Research Symposium LANGUAGE:English7 8. CALL#300.23 TITLE: Bibliography of Publications: Indian Health Services Program AUTHOR: Indian Health Services PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE:Jan 24, 1996 & rev. June 13, 1996 SUBJECT: Dr. Gohdes, IHS, Diabetes in American Indians, prevalence, prevention,Navajo, Alaska Natives SUMMARY: A listing of all published articles from members of the Indian HealthServices dating from 1986 - 1996. LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.24 TITLE:Diabetes and Oral Pills AUTHOR: Indian Health Services PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes, pills, medication SUMMARY: A booklet that explains how the pills you take help to control blood sugar LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.25 TITLE:Living in Balance - In Native American Tradition AUTHOR: The Nebraska Department of Health & Winnebago IHS Hospital PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE: SUBJECT: Native American, tradition, exercise, blood pressure, cholesterol, tobacco, diabetes SUMMARY: A guide for Native Americans on healthy living and living in balance LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL# 300.26 TITLE:Feelings and Diabetes AUTHOR: The Diabetes Program, Claremore Indian Hospital, Claremore Oklahoma PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE:1992 SUBJECT: Feelings, diabetes, fear, anger, guilt, depression, coping, control SUMMARY: A booklet that explains how to cope with the emotional side of diabetes LANGUAGE:English8 9. CALL# 300.27 TITLE:Smoke-Free . . . and Healthy AUTHOR: Indian Health Care Association PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE:1990 SUBJECT: Smoking, quitting, health SUMMARY: A guide on how and why to quit smoking LANGUAGE:EnglishCALL#300.28 TITLE: Native Languages in Manitoba AUTHOR: Manitoba Association of Native Languages PUBLISHER: DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Native languages, Manitoba, Dene, Cree, Oji-Cree