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Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

 
 
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Aboriginal Women's Health
Gender and Health Planning
Health Reform and Policy
Immigrant/Refugee Women's Health
Informal Caregivers' Health
Lesbian Health
Literature Reviews
Women, Poverty and Health
Older Women's Health
Rural Women's Health
Women's Mental Health
Women, Violence and Abuse
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Aboriginal Women's Health

Aboriginal Maternal And Infant Health In Canada:
Review Of On-Reserve Programming

R. Stout and R. Harp

Aboriginal Women, Water and Health: Reflections from Eleven First Nations, Inuit, and M閠is Grandmothers
K. Anderson

Aboriginal Women's Employment in Non-Traditional and Resource Extractive Industries in Northern Manitoba: An Exploration of the Issues
R. Stout and M. Seguin

Aboriginal Women抯 Employment in Non-Traditional and Resource Extractive Industries in Saskatchewan: An Exploration of the Issues
R. Stout

Aboriginal Women's Health Research Synthesis Project
Centres of Excellence for Women's Health Research Synthesis Group

Access to Health Services for Elderly M閠is Women in Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan (Revised Aug. 2007)
B. Krieg, D. Martz and L. McCallum

Across the Road: Understanding the Differences in Health Services Available to First Nations and M閠is Women
K. Bent, J. Havelock and M. Haworth-Brockman

Anishinaabe Ik-We Mino-Aie-Win
Aboriginal Women's Health Issues: A Holistic Perspective on Wellness

K. Bent

เกมออนไลน์ที่ดีที่สุดEntitlements and Health Services for First Nations and Métis Women in Manitoba and Saskatchewan
K. Bent, J. Havelock and M. Haworth-Brockman

Ethical Guidelines for Aboriginal Women's Health Research
Saskatoon Aboriginal Women's Health Research Committee

A Gathering for First Nations and Métis Women's Health in Northern Manitoba

Injury and Injury Prevention: Women in Work Related to Mining
R. Stout

Invisible Women: Gender and Health Planning in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and Models for Progress
T. Horne, L. Donner and W. E. Thurston

KISK耏ITAMAWIN MIYO-MAMITONECIKAN
Urban Aboriginal Women and Mental Health

R. Stout

kiskinoham鈚魌鈖鈔鈙k:   Inter-generational Effects on Professional First Nations Women Whose Mothers are Residential School Survivors
R. Stout, S. Peters

Living in Balance: Gender, Structural Inequalities, and Health Promoting Behaviors in Manitoba First Nation Communities
B. Elias, A. Leader, D. Sanderson and J. O’Neil

Living Well: Aboriginal Women, Cultural Identity and Wellness, A Manitoba Community Women's Project
A. Wilson

Maternal And Infant Health And The Physical Environment Of First Nations And Inuit Communities:
A Summary Review

R. Stout, T. Dionne Stout and R. Harp

A Metis-Specific Gender-based Analysis Framework for Health
D. Barron-McNabb

Naspici Miyomahcihowin (Continuous Good Health), A Community-Based Research Project Examining the Health Needs of Aboriginal Women in Saskatoon
Saskatoon Aboriginal Women's Health Research Committee

Northwest Saskatchwan Métis Women's Health
Research discussion paper for the Northwest Métis Women's Health Research Committee

L. McCallum-McLeod and K. Willson

Sexual Violence and Dislocation as Social Risk Factors Involved in the Acquisition of HIV Among Manitoba Women
I. McKeown, S. Reid, S. Turner and P. Orr

Sharing Our Stories On Promoting Health and Community Healing: An Aboriginal Women's Health Project
C. Deiter and L. Otway

A Winnipeg Workshop with Kim Anderson hosted by Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence, Aboriginal Self-Governance Program & Institute of Urban Studies

A Workshop with Kim Anderson and Maria Campbell held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Young Aboriginal Mothers in Winnipeg
L. Murdock

Young and Aboriginal: Labour and Birth Experiences of Teen Mothers in Winnipeg
B. Downey, R. Stout

Gender and Health Planning    Back to top of page
Better Evidence to Improve Women抯 Health with Gender and Health Statistics: Health Indicator Frameworks
M. Haworth-Brockman, H. Isfeld

Boil Water Advisory Mapping Project: An Exploration and Review of Available Data
H. Isfeld

Breastfeeding: Understanding the Motivations and Supports for Women in Saskatoon and Winnipeg
R. Stout and Y. Hanson


Careful Measures: An Exploration of the Sex and Gender Dimensions of a Deprivation Index
M. J. Haworth-Brockman, H. Isfeld, A. Pederson, B. Clow, A. Liwander, and B. A. Kinniburgh, Editors

Guidelines for Gender Based Analysis of Health data for Decision Making (Also available in Spanish)
M. Haworth-Brockman, H. Isfeld, Prairie Women抯 Health Centre of Excellence

Guidelines for Developing a Population Based Gender and Health Profile (Also available in Spanish)
M. Haworth-Brockman, H. Isfeld, Prairie Women抯 Health Centre of Excellence

Immigrant Women, Family Violence, and Pathways Out of Homelessness
W.E. Thurston, D. Este, T. Gordey, M. Haworth-Brockman, L. McCoy, R. Rapaport Beck, C. Saulnier and J. Smith

Including Gender In Health Planning, A Guide For Regional Health Authorities
L. Donner

Invisible Women: Gender and Health Planning in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and Models for Progress
T. Horne, L. Donner and W. E. Thurston

Overweight and Obesity in Pregnancy: A Review of Evidence
J. R. Bernier, Y. Hanson
 
Prairie Women Prepared for Disaster, An Emergency Planning Guide For Women's Community Organizations
E. Enarson

Producing a Profile of the Health of Manitoba Women
Background Report

L. Donner

A Profile of Women's Health in Manitoba
L. Donner, H. Isfeld, M. Haworth-Brockman and C. Forsey

Rethinking Women and Healthy Living in Canada
A. Pederson, M.J. Haworth-Brockman, B. Clow, H. Isfeld and A. Liwander.

Rising to the Challenge: Sex and Gender-Based Analysis for Health Planning, Policy and Research in Canada
B. Clow, A. Pederson, M. Haworth-Brockman and J. Bernier

A Rural Women's Health Program: The Experience of the South Westman RHA
L. Donner

Sighting Gender Based Analysis: Phase II Of Invisible Women

W. E. Thurston with the assistance of A. Eisener

Uncovering Sex And Gender Differences in Use Patterns of Self-Help and Support Groups
R. Barnett

Weight Expectations: Experiences and Needs of Overweight and Obese Pregnant Women and their Health Care Providers
J. Bernier, Y. Hanson, T. Barber

Health Reform and Policy     Back to top of page
Action Plan for Women's Health in Manitoba & Saskatchewan: Key Priorities and Strategies
Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

The Differential Impact of Health Care Privatization on Women in Alberta
C. M. Scott, T. Horne and W. E. Thurston

The Ethical and Human Rights Implications of Prenatal Technologies: The Need for Federal Leadership and Regulation
Y. Peters and K. Lawson

Including Gender In Health Planning - A Guide For Regional Health Authorities
L. Donner

Including Low-Income Women with Children: Program and Policy Directions. Research Report 2007
L. Scruby and R. Rapaport Beck

Invisible Women: Gender and Health Planning in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and Models for Progress
T. Horne, L. Donner and W. E. Thurston

Missing Links: The Effects of Health Care Privatization on Women in Manitoba and Saskatchewan
K. Willson and J. Howard

Women and Health: Experiences in a Rural Regional Health Authority
J. Roberts, M. Falk and South Eastman Health/Santé Sud-Est Inc.

Women's Formal (paid) Home Care Work in Transition: The Impact of Reform on Labour Process Change in Saskatoon, SK
A. Williams, S. Wagner, M. Buettner and A. Coghill


Immigrant/Refugee Women's Health     
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Lived Experience of Immigrant, Refugee and Visible Minority Women
Immigrant, Refugee and Visible Minority Women of Saskatchewan

Resilience and Health: Salvadoran Refugee Women in Manitoba
S. J. Bowen

Women and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Moving Research to Policy
Conducted under the auspices of Immigrant, Refugee, and Visible Minority Women of Saskatchewan, Provincial


Informal Caregivers' Health     Back to top of page
Coping as a Rural Caregiver: The Impact of Health Care Reforms on Rural Women Informal Caregivers
J. Jaffe and B. Blakley

Health of Informal Caregivers: Effects of Gender, Employment, and Use of Home Care Services
P. G. Hawranik and L. A. Strain


Lesbian Health     Back to top of page
Staying Well Together: Social Support and Well-Being Among Lesbian Couples in Manitoba
J. Mitchell and Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre


Literature Reviews     Back to top of page
L'impact du Support Social Sur La Santé Des Femmes: Une Revue Littéraire
C. Alarie

She Stands Alone: A Review of the Recent Literature on Women and Social Support
M. L. Weber

Uncovering Sex And Gender Differences in Use Patterns of Self-Help and Support Groups
R. Barnett

Virtual and Actual Realities: A Feminist Environmentalist Analysis of the Computer Industry
M. McCracken

Women, Gender and Health: A Review of the Recent Literature
B. L. Janzen


Women, Poverty and Health     Back to top of page
Cartographies of Salt: Sodium, Healthy Eating and the Built Environment
Y. Hanson, R. Stout

Don't We Count as People? Saskatchewan Social Welfare Policy And Women's Health
M. Kerr, D. Frost, D. Bignell and Equal Justice for All

Exploring The Intersections Between Women's Health And Poverty
J. Savarese

Including Low-Income Women with Children: Program and Policy Directions, Research Report 2007
L. Scruby and R. Rapaport Beck

Left In The Cold: Women, Health and The Demise of Social Housing Policies
D. Rude and K. Thompson

Mother's Health and Access to Recreation Activities for Children in Low-Income Families
S. Forsyth

Recipes for Food Insecurity: Women抯 Stories from Saskatchewan
Y. Hanson

Surviving on Hope is Not Enough. Women's Health, Poverty, Justice and Income Support in Manitoba
R. Wiebe and P. Keirstead

Telling It Like It Is: Realities of Parenting in Poverty
K. Green and participants of "We Did It Together:" Low-Income Mothers Working Toward a Healthier Community.

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Tel: (204) 982-6630

"We Did It Together": Low-Income Mothers Working Toward a Healthier Community
K. Green

Women and Social Assistance Policy in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
J. Savarese and B. Morton

Women Need Safe, Stable, Affordable Housing: A study of social, private and co-op housing in Winnipeg
M. McCracken and G. Watson

Young Women Work. Community Economic Development to Reduce Women's Poverty and Improve Income
M. McCracken, K. Dykman, F. Parent and I. Lopez



Older Women's Health     Back to top of page
The Effect of Social Isolation and Loneliness on the Health of Older Women
M. Hall and B. Havens

Rural Women's Health     Back to top of page
An Exploration of Health-Related Impacts of the Erosion of Agriculturally Focused Support Programs for Farm Women in Saskatchewan
N. Gerrard and G. Russell

Bovine Spongiform Encephalitis (BSE): An Annotated Review of International Literature
M. McCallum, R. Sutherns and M. Haworth-Brockman

Rural and Remote Women's Health and the Kirby-Keon Report on Mental Health, A Preliminary Gender-Place Analysis
J. Melville Whyte and J. Havelock

Leaders For Tomorrow: Rural Women Creating Change.
Report on the workshop held in Davidson, Saskatchewan

N. Johns and J. Havelock

Rural Women's Action Workshops. Nipawin and Swift Current, Saskatchewan
N. Johns and J. Havelock

Rural Women's Action Workshop, Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan
N. Johns and J. Havelock

Rural Women's Action Workshop, Unity, Saskatchewan
N. Johns and J. Havelock

Rural Women's Forum, Muenster, Saskatchewan
J. Havelock, N. Johns, D. Martz with assistance from N. Streuby

Rural, Remote and Northern Women's Health: Summary Report
R. Sutherns, M. McPhedran and M. Haworth-Brockman
Accompanying Community Kit   R. Sutherns, S. Fish

Rural Women's Health Workshop. Meetings One and Two

N. Johns

Rural Women's Action Workshops. Nipawin and Swift Current, Saskatchewan
N. Johns and J. Havelock

Rural Women's Action Workshop, Carlyle, Saskatchewan
N. Johns and J. Havelock

A Rural Women's Health Program: The Experience of the South Westman RHA
L. Donner

Women and Health: Experiences in a Rural Regional Health Authority
J. Roberts, M. Falk and South Eastman Health/Santé Sud-Est Inc.


Women's Mental Health     Back to top of page
Rural and Remote Women's Health and the Kirby-Keon Report on Mental health. A Preliminary Gender-Place Analysis
J. Melville Whyte with J. Havelock

Social Support and Women Living with Serious Mental Illness

W. Chernomas and D. E. Clarke


Women, Violence and Abuse     Back to top of page
Domestic Violence and the Experiences of Rural Women in East Central Saskatchewan
D. J. F. Martz and D. Bryson Saraurer

I Couldn't Say Anything So My Body Tried To Speak For Me: The Cost of Providing Health Care Serivces to Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
S. Burgess, A. M. Watkinson, A. Elliott, W. MacDermott and M. Epstein

Prairie Women, Violence and Self-Harm
C. Fillmore, C. A. Dell and The Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba

Sexual Violence and Dislocation as Social Risk Factors Involved in the Acquisition of HIV Among Manitoba Women
I. McKeown, S. Reid, S. Turner and P. Orr

Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Knowledge and Preparation of Health Care Providers to Meet Client Needs
S. Tudiver, L. McClure, T. Heinonen, C. Scurfield and C. Kreklewetz


Women-Centred Health Programs and Services     Back to top of page
Delivering An Alternative: An Overview of the Regulation of Midwifery in Manitoba
M. Haworth-Brockman

Entitlements and Health Services for First Nations and Métis Women in Manitoba and Saskatchewan
K. Bent, J. Havelock and M. Haworth-Brockman

Evaluating Programs for Women: a Gender-Specific Framework (2000 Revised Edition)
J. McLaren

Midwifery Care: Women's Experiences, Hopes and Reflections
M. Moon, L. Breitkreuz, C. Ellis and C. Hanson

Proceedings from THE MIDWIFERY WAY
A National Forum Reflecting on the State of Midwifery Regulation in Canada July 22 - 23, 2004

Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Women's Health
Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

Rehabilitation for Women with Cardiac Disease: A Needs Assessment
D. E. Clarke

A Study of the Service Needs of Pregnant Addicted Women in Manitoba
C. Tait as commissioned by Manitoba Health

Voices from the Front Lines: Models of Women-Centred Care in Manitoba and Saskatchewan
R. Barnett, S. White and T. Horne

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