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Recipients of Small Research Awards 2012-2013

  • Maxine Carroll, Université du Québec en Outaouais/Suicide Intervention Specialist, Nunavut. MA research allowance: Les séjours thérapeutique sur le territoire: regard des intervenants inuit sur une pratique intégrant le territoire comme élément-clé du processus de guérison.
  • Catherine Charette, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority/Addictions Foundation of Manitoba. Seed funding: Impact of spiritual round rooms on client experience in mental health service settings: learning from the Community Mental Health Crisis Response Centre (CRC).
  • Alexandra D'arrisso, McGill University/Jimmy Sandy Memorial School, Naskapi Community. Seed funding: How Aboriginal fathers promote the positive development of their children.
  • Tara Flanagan, McGill University/Kawawachikamach Central Québec School Board. Seed funding: Quality of student life among Naskapi adolescents.
  • Kelly McShane, Ryerson University/Aboriginal Academic Support Advisor Ryerson Aboriginal Student Services. Seed funding: Aboriginal perspectives on mental health.
  • Erin Wolfson, University of Saskatchewan/CLASSIC (Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc.). Seed funding: Beyond truth and reconciliation: creating supportive spaces for residential school survivor and their families.
  • Karen Wood, University of Saskatchewan/Kinsmen Activity Place, Saskatoon. Knowledge translation: Circle of learning, cycle of change: engaging community in knowledge translation activities regarding sexual abuse and residential schools.

Recipients of Small Research Awards 2011-2012

  • Elizabeth Fast, McGill University School/Inter-tribal Youth Centre Native Friendship of Centre Montréal Inc. PhD research allowance: An exploration of identity among urban Aboriginal youth.
  • Arlene Laliberté, National Public Health Institute of Québec/Manawan - Atikamekw Council, Québec. Seed Funding: Building the strengths to overcome the odds: gaining understanding of well-being and testing an Australian empowerment program with First Nation's Canadians.
  • Thea Luig, University of Alberta/Fort MacPherson, North West Territories. PhD research allowance: Change, health and policy in northern Aboriginal communities.
  • Angela Snowshoe, Western University/Centre for Addictions and Mental Health - Centre for Prevention Science. MA research allowance: Exploring culture as a protective factor in Aboriginal adolescents mental health: development and longitudinal validation of an enculturation measure.
  • Roisin O'Connor, Concordia University/Kawawachikamach, Québec and Kitigan Zibi Kikinamdinan, Québec. Seed funding: First Nations adolescent substance use: identifying risk and protective factors.
  • Erin Wolfson, University of Saskatchewan/Beauval, Saskatchewan and Inuvik, North West Territories. MA research allowance: Righting relationships: discourses of healing and reconciliation in Canada

Recipients of Small Research Awards 2010-2011

  • Pamela Downe, University of Saskatchewan/AIDS Saskatoon. Seed funding: ‘Please let me talk’: Aboriginal men and negotiations of mental health amidst the stigma and stress of substance use and HIV/HCV vulnerability.
  • Amanda Maranzan, Lakehead University/TBD. Seed funding: Investigation of the factors influencing choice of mental health treatment for First Nations people.
  • Jacob Burack, McGill University/Kawawachikamach and Kitigan Zibi First Nations. Seed funding: First Nations children’s perceptions of spirituality.
  • Susan Manitowabi, Laurentian University/Mental Wellness Team. Seed funding: A culturally appropriate way of evaluating the engagement processes utilized by MWT pilot project.
  • Jessica Ball, University of Victoria/Laichwiltach Family Life Society. Knowledge Translation: Creating, sustaining and growing a culturally based, community driven circle of programs for First Nations children and families
  • Peter Braunberger/TBD: Barriers to mental health care of Aboriginal youth in northern Ontario: Beliefs about eating disorder symptoms
  • Janice Victor, University of Saskatchewan. PhD Research Allowance: Discourse, agency and self in the community treatment and integration of sexual offenders.

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