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  • 1. ABORIGINAL RESOURCE INFORMATION 300- GENERAL 300.01 301- FOODS & NUTRITION 301.01 302- EXERCISE 302.01 303- COMPLICATIONS 303.01 304- EDUCATION 304.01 305- COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 305.01 306- RESEARCH 306.01 307- CATALOGUES & RESOURCES 307.01 308- VIDEOS 308.01 300 - GENERAL CALL # 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:English CALL# 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:English CALL # 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:English CALL# 300.05 TITLE: Healthy Children, Healthy Nations A 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 Conference on Diabetes and 2
  • 3. Native Peoples ΑSociocultural 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:English CALL# 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:English CALL# 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:English CALL#: 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: English CALL# 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:English CALL# 300.12 c.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# 300.12 c.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:English CALL# 300.13 TITLE: A People’s Perspective- Report on Diabetes Related Needs Assessment AUTHOR: Alethea Kewayosh 4
  • 5. PUBLISHER: DATE: 1986 SUBJECT: Health care, management, programs, Ontario reserves SUMMARY: A report about diabetes related needs assessment of native reserves in Ontario. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300. 14 TITLE: A Hand book for First Natio ns on Evalu ating Healt h Progr ams AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Minister of National Health & Welfare DATE: SUBJECT: Health Transfer Initiative, evaluation, health programs, community health plan SUMMARY: LANGUAGE:English/French CALL# 300. 15 TITLE: Principles of Proper Living AUTHOR: Cree, Sioux, Blackfeet Confederacy PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Medicine wheel, Creator, spiritual health SUMMARY: An article based on spiritual health that includes the ΑCree Commandments≅ and the Medicine Wheel LANGUAGE:English CALL# 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 people who have diabetes. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300. 18 TITLE: Minimum Standards of Care for Patients with Diabetes in the Indian Health 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 programs and tracking quality care. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300. 19 TITLE: American Indian & Alaska Native People - Keepers of Wisdom to Strengthen the Hearts AUTHOR: Indian Health Service PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: heart disease, tobacco, smoking, abuse, blood pressure, American Indian, Alaska SUMMARY: Tobacco abuse that leads to heart disease. The use of tobacco for cultural reasons. LANGUAGE:English 6
  • 7. CALL# 300.20 TITLE: Model Standards of Care and Education for first Nations People with Diabetes AUTHOR: Louise Aubrey PUBLISHER: DATE:1993 SUBJECT: care, education, framework, model standards SUMMARY: The Model Standards are intended as a guide for Medical Services Branch and First Nations communities which are working at improving the total health of First Nations people with diabetes mellitus. These Model Standards compliment the Framework for the Prevention and Care of Diabetes in First Nations people in Canada. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 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 that discusses 1) special patient groups in Manitoba, 2) access to health care, 3) the Duncan Declaration, 4) several articles on renal disease in Aboriginal people. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.22 TITLE: The Challenges of Wellness for the Aboriginal Elderly AUTHOR: John D. O’Neil, 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:English 7
  • 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 Health Services dating from 1986 - 1996. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 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:English CALL# 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:English CALL# 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:English 8
  • 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:English CALL# 300.28 TITLE: Native Languages in Manitoba AUTHOR: Manitoba Association of Native Languages PUBLISHER: DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Native languages, Manitoba, Dene, Cree, Oji-Cree, Cree, Inuktituq, Inuit, Ojibwe, Dakota, Michif SUMMARY: A map and list of the Native languages spoken in Manitoba LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.29 TITLE: Important Feelings about Diabetes AUTHOR: Diabetes Program, Clarmore Indian Hospital, Claremore Oklahoma PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Feelings, fear, anger, guilt, sad, denial, coping SUMMARY: A booklet that can help to see that diabetes does not have to remain a downer. You can feel good while having diabetes. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.30 TITLE: My Prenatal Care Record AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Prenatal, IHS SUMMARY: A personal record book for recording daily activities, insulin, blood sugar tests, food or drink for expectant mothers. LANGUAGE:English 9
  • 10. CALL# 300.31 TITLE: My Personal Care Record AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Daily record, IHS SUMMARY: A record book to log daily blood sugar levels, goals, food and drink, insulin and physical activity. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.32 TITLE: Acanthosis Nigricans - What is it? AUTHOR: Winnebago Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Nebraska Department of Health, Diabetes Control Program DATE: SUBJECT: Acanthosis nigricans, AN, darkened skin, Native Americans SUMMARY: An information pamphlet that explains what acanthosis nigricans is, how does one get AN, and how AN can be treated. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.33 TITLE: Introduction To Type II Diabetes: A Guide for Health Care Providers AUTHOR: Indian Health Services PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Type II, diagnosis, management, complications SUMMARY: Explains what type II diabetes is, how to manage, risk factors, as well as some complications that may develop from type II diabetes. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.34 c.1 TITLE: Healthy Visions For A Healthy Future: Aboriginals of the Next Millenium AUTHOR: Richard Courchene PUBLISHER: DATE:1998 SUBJECT: Health of the past, medicine wheel, AIDS, residential schools, gangs, education, the future for Aboriginal peoples. SUMMARY: Reflecting on the past as a way to to into the future. Elders interviewed and teachers talk about the problems of today. The healing process for Aboriginal people in the future and the promise for healthy visions to become realities. Focuses on Winnipeg and offers statistics. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.34 c.2 10
  • 11. TITLE: Healthy Visions For A Healthy Future: Aboriginals of the Millenium AUTHOR: Richard Courchene PUBLISHER: DATE:1998 SUBJECT: health of the past, medicine wheel, AIDS, residential shcools, gangs, education, the future for Aboriginal peoples. SUMMARY: Relecting on the past as a way to to into the future. Elders interviewed and teachers talk about the problems of today. The healing process for Aboriginal people in the future and the promise for healthy visions to become realities. Focuses on Winnipeg and offers statistics from various organizations. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.35 TITLE: Proceedings of the Diabetes Symposium, June 25, 1996 AUTHOR: Partners For Health PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health DATE:June 1996 SUBJECT: Diabetes symposium, Aboriginal communities, Manitoba, prevention SUMMARY: A summarized report of the events of of Diabetes Symposium held June 25, 1996 attended by government, non-government, corporate sectors, hospitals, community clinics, Regional Health Authorities and Aboriginal communities. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 300.36 TITLE: Diabetes Symposium Discussion Paper, June 25, 1996 AUTHOR: Partners For Health PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health DATE:June 1996 SUBJECT: Diabetes symposium, Burden of Illness, Diabetes Strategy SUMMARY: Discussion paper written as a result of the Diabetes Symposium held on June 25, 1996. LANGUAGE:English 301 - FOODS & NUTRITION CALL # 301.01 TITLE: Expanded set of food models (cards) AUTHOR: Manitoba Milk Producers PUBLISHER: DATE: 11
  • 12. SUBJECT: food models, milk products, grain products, meat and alternatives, vegetables and fruit SUMMARY: A collection of food model cards with pictures. LANGUAGE:English and French CALL# 301.02 TITLE: Eat Less Food AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE:1990 SUBJECT: IHS, calories, food, diet SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn more about diabetes, eating less food and taking in fewer calories. LANGUAGE:English CALL#: 301.03 TITLE: Why All the Talk About Fat? AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE:1995 SUBJECT: IHS, choosing low fat foods SUMMARY: How to shop, cook and eat low fat foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.04 TITLE: Why All the Talk About Fibre? AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE:1995 SUBJECT: fiber foods, choices, meals SUMMARY: Eating high fiber foods at home and away from home. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.05 TITLE: A Guide to Weight and Diabetes Control AUTHOR: Indian Health Services Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services Diabetes Program DATE:1989 SUBJECT: Weight loss, fats, fiber, sugar, alcohol SUMMARY: Tips for weight loss, eating out and drinking alcohol. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.06 TITLE: Grocery Store Tour Manual AUTHOR: The North West Company Healthy Living Program PUBLISHER:The North West Company Healthy Living Program DATE: 12
  • 13. SUBJECT: Grocery store tour, healthy food choice, breads and cereals SUMMARY: This manual will help you to organize and conduct a grocery store tour in your local Northern using the ΑHealthy Food Choice≅ shelf labels. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.07 TITLE: Tips on How to Cut Down on Fat AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Fat, cooking SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows how to cut down fat in your cooking. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.08 TITLE: Making Fry Bread More Healthy AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Fry bread, oil, whole wheat flour SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows how to make fry bread more healthy. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.09 TITLE: Hidden Fats AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Fat, hidden, content, total calories SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows hidden fat in foods like potato chips, bacon, hot dogs, bologna, hamburger, pizza and peanuts. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.10 TITLE: Hidden Sugars AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Food, Sugar Content, total calories SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows sugar content in juices, drinks, candy, sweetened cereal. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.11 TITLE: Meal Planning with Diabetes 13
  • 14. AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Meal planning, food intake SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows how to plan meals for diabetics. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.12 TITLE: Hidden Sugars and Fats AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Food, sugar, fat content SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows hidden sugars and fats in food. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.13 TITLE: Celebrating the Pleasures of Healthy Eating AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Background information, nutrition month activities SUMMARY: A Booklet on The theme of Nutrition Month 1995 is ΑCelebrating the Pleasures of Health Eating≅. The goal is to encourage people to eat well because healthy eating tastes great. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.14 TITLE: Northern Food Guide AUTHOR: North West Co. PUBLISHER:North West Co. DATE: SUBJECT: Food Groups SUMMARY: Information Sheet about eating foods from each food group everyday for health. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.15 c.1 TITLE: Native Foods and Nutrition AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER:Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1985 14
  • 15. SUBJECT: Traditional Food Habits, nutrient value, nutrition issues, food guide SUMMARY: An illustrated reference resource - Native Foods and Nutrition - a comprehensive look at nutrition issues of special concern to Indian and Inuit people in light of traditional and changing food habits. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.15 c.2 TITLE: Native Foods and Nutrition AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER:Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1985 SUBJECT: Traditional Food Habits, nutrient value, nutrition issues, food guide SUMMARY: An illustrated reference resource - Native Foods and Nutrition - a comprehensive look at nutrition issues of special concern to Indian and Inuit people in light of traditional and changing food habits. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.16 c.1 TITLE: Native Foods and Nutrition AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:1994 SUBJECT: Traditional food habits, nutrient bar graphs, role of food in health SUMMARY: An illustrated reference manual on the first revision of Native Foods and Nutrition and nutrient information currently available on traditional foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.16 c.2 TITLE: Native Foods and Nutrition AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:1994 SUBJECT: Traditional food habits, nutrient bar graphs, role of food in health SUMMARY: An illustrated reference manual on the first revision of Native Foods and Nutrition and nutrient information currently available on traditional foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.17 TITLE: Choices for a Healthy Lifestyle AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch Ontario Health Canada PUBLISHER:Medical Services Branch Ontario Health Canada DATE: SUBJECT: Milk substitutes, meat and alternates, traditional breads, berries SUMMARY: A food guide in making choices for a healthy lifestyle. 15
  • 16. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.18 TITLE: The Healthy Eating, Food Guide for Diabetes - Handbook and Resource Guide for Health Providers AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Nutrition education priorities, food guide pyramid SUMMARY: Handbook and resource guide that shows healthy food guide pyramid for diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.19 TITLE: What Do You Do When the Nutritionist Isn’t There? – Nutrition Education in NIDDM AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1991 SUBJECT: Family food choices, healthy food choices, hidden sugars/fats, eat less food, other materials SUMMARY: This resource guide contains information about four basic nutrition education written materials: family food choices; healthy food choices; hidden sugars/fats; eat less food. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.20 TITLE: Food Preparation Affects Calories AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program - The Center for Human Nutrition, Omaha, Nebraska DATE:1980 SUBJECT: Baking, broiling, frying or boiling foods SUMMARY: A booklet on the way food is prepared can make a big difference in the number of calories. LANGUAGE: English CALL#: 301.21 TITLE: Eat Less Fat AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1980 SUBJECT: Sources of visible fats and hidden fats SUMMARY: A booklet showing ways you can cut down on how much fat you eat. LANGUAGE: English 16
  • 17. CALL# 301.22 TITLE: Food From the Land; health for the mind, body and spirit AUTHOR: David Loeks PUBLISHER:The Council for Yukon Indians DATE: SUBJECT: Yukon Fruits, Meats, Fish, and Store-bought foods SUMMARY: A booklet about Yukon Foods for Yukon People LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.23 TITLE: The Healthy Eating Handbook for Yukon Nations AUTHOR: Vanessa M. Nardelli and Eleanor E. Wein PUBLISHER: The Canadian Circumpolar Institute - University of Alberta DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Food and nutrients, dietary fibre, dietary fat, food safety, special diets SUMMARY: This handbook encourages the development of positive attitudes and skills towards healthy eating and balanced lifestyles among Yukon First Nations people. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.24 c1. TITLE: Handbook of Nutrition Education Methods AUTHOR: J. Lawn and J. Steckle PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1985 SUBJECT: Nutrition education, Health Fair, Self-Support Group and other Community Nutrition Projects SUMMARY: This handbook is intended as a guide for those interested in planning, developing or implementing nutrition education programs in native communities. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.24 c.2 TITLE: Handbook of Nutrition Education Methods AUTHOR: J. Lawn and J. Steckle PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1985 SUBJECT: Nutrition education, Health Fair, Self-Support Group and other Community Nutrition Projects SUMMARY: This handbook is intended as a guide for those interested in planning, developing or implementing nutrition education programs in native communities. LANGUAGE: English 17
  • 18. CALL# 301.25 TITLE: H.E.L.P. Holiday Eating Learning Program AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, Zuni Wellness Center PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: A plan for weight loss, support for regular exercise, ideas on how to make tasty, healthy low fat food choices. SUMMARY: A participant booklet on the HELP program which gives a plan for maintaining your weight or losing a bit of body fat while being tempted by holiday foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.26 TITLE: H.E.L.P. Holiday Eating Learning Program AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, Zuni Wellness Center PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: How to start H.E.L.P., review program materials, rules. SUMMARY: A HELP booklet that shows a healthful eating guide and exercise plan to promote a healthy lifestyle and provides survival tactics for the holidays. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.27 TITLE: The Healthy Eating Food Guide for Diabetes AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Food guide for diabetes SUMMARY: This booklet contains four pyramid charts on healthy eating for diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.28 TITLE: Quick and Easy AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1990 SUBJECT: Recipes, Healthy Food Habits, Using Commodity Foods SUMMARY: Recipe Binder that contains commodity recipes for the food distribution program in Indian Reservations. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.29 TITLE: Lesson Plans - Native Foods and Nutrition Activity Kit AUTHOR: Indian & Inuit Health Services, Health & Welfare Canada Education Directorate, Department of Indian Affairs 18
  • 19. PUBLISHER:Indian & Inuit Health Services, Health & Welfare Canada Education Directorate, Department of Indian Affairs DATE:1987 SUBJECT: Native Foods and Nutrition SUMMARY: This booklet contains a series of lessons focusing on culture as related to native food and nutrition. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.30 TITLE: Traditional Native Healthy Cookbook AUTHOR: Indian Friendship Centre, Life Long Care Program PUBLISHER:Indian Friendship Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. DATE: SUBJECT: Recipes that include meat & game, game birds & fish, vegetable dishes, breads, preserves, traditional healing SUMMARY: This book was designed to incorporate nutrition and healthy lifestyles utilizing traditional foods and teachings. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.31 TITLE: Recipes For Healthy Living AUTHOR: Northern the Way to Healthy Living PUBLISHER: The North West Company DATE:1997 SUBJECT: Healthy substitutions, tips, recipes, directions SUMMARY: Recipe booklet using recipes that are created by combining commonly- eaten wild foods with nutritious store-bought foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.32 TITLE: American Indian and Alaska Native Women AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Healthy eating, tips for healthy choices SUMMARY: A pamphlet about native foods and traditional ways that can help a healthy lifestyle. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.33 TITLE: Northern Food - Tradition and Health AUTHOR: Northwest Territories Health PUBLISHER: Northwest Territories Health DATE:1992 SUBJECT: Food groups, traditional foods of NWT, health concerns, resources 19
  • 20. SUMMARY: An educator=s tool to promote the use of traditional food for health and well-being. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.34 TITLE: Healthy Meal Planning for People with Diabetes AUTHOR: Indian and Northern Health Services, M.S.B. - Sask. Region PUBLISHER:Indian and Northern Health Services DATE: 1994 SUBJECT: Eating healthy foods and amounts, high fat foods, need to lose weight SUMMARY: A pamphlet about healthy eating to keep diabetes under control LANGUAGE: English CALL# 301.35 TITLE: Native Foods and Nutrition AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER:Health and Welfare Canada DATE: l994 SUBJECT: Educational objectives, traditional food habits, role of food in health, nutrient value, community approach to improved nutrition SUMMARY: An illustrated revised reference manual that has been expanded providing a greater description of regional preferences on the nutritional status of Indian and Inuit as well as the nutrient information currently available on traditional foods. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.36 TITLE: Traditional Aboriginal Foods AUTHOR: Canadian Diabetes Association, Vancouver BC PUBLISHER: DATE:1996 SUBJECT: recipes, traditional foods SUMMARY: A pamphlet of traditional aboriginal food recipes LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.37 TITLE: Traditional Native Healthy Cookbook AUTHOR: Sault Saint Marie Indian Friendship Centre PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: recipes, traditional foods SUMMARY: A book of traditional recipes, healthy tips, and traditional teachings. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.38 c.1 TITLE: Recipes for Healthy Living 20
  • 21. AUTHOR: The North West Company PUBLISHER: DATE:1997 SUBJECT: recipes, traditional foods, food groups SUMMARY: A book presented by the North West Company that has healthy substitutions, tips and a variety of recipes. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.38 c.2 TITLE: Recipes for Healthy Living AUTHOR: The North West Company PUBLISHER: DATE:1997 SUBJECT: recipes, traditional foods, food groups SUMMARY: A book presented by the North West Company that has healthy substitutions, tips and a variety of recipes. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.39 TITLE: Building a Healthy Baby AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch - Saskatchewan Division PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:February 1996 SUBJECT: Canada=s Food Guide, baby, nutrition, pregnancy SUMMARY: A chart showing the food groups and how they relate to the baby=s development. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.40 TITLE: Nutrient Bar Graphs AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Nutrients, Aboriginal foods, fat, carbohydrate, protein, calcium, iron, vitamins, riboflavin, niacin SUMMARY: The Nutrient Bar Graph series lists 66 traditional Aboriginal foods by the nutrients they contain. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 301.41 TITLE: Native Cookery and Edible Wild Plants of Newfoundland and Labrador AUTHOR: Rural Extension Div Dept. of Rural Development 21
  • 22. PUBLISHER: Rural Extension Div Dept. of Rural Development DATE:2000 SUBJECT: Book of recipes traditional food and edible wild plants of Nfld and Labrador SUMMARY: Books consists of recipes for fish, wild game, edible wild plants all for traditional native cookery. LANGUAGE:English 302- EXERCISE CALL# 302.01 TITLE: A Healthy Weight in Native Communities AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1988 SUBJECT: Measurements of body weight, fitness, energy, exercise SUMMARY: A booklet that provides background information and activity ideas to healthy eating habits, regular activity patterns and personal well-being. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.02 TITLE: Moccasin Trail to a Healthy Life AUTHOR: Walpole Island First Nation Health Centre Staff PUBLISHER: Walpole Island First Nation Health Centre Staff DATE: SUBJECT: Community activities such as biking, walking, running, 100 mile club SUMMARY: A booklet on activities to promote healthy lifestyles in the prevention of diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.03 TITLE: Taking Care of Yourself By Walking AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Walking, how often, why walking helps SUMMARY: This booklet will help you plan a good walking program LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.04 TITLE: Creating Physical Activity Programs in American Indian Communities AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Community involvement, goals and objectives, tips for success, evaluate 22
  • 23. SUMMARY: This manual is for anyone who wants to start or develop a fitness program in their community. It provides advice, warnings, and examples from the kinds of experiences you may face in working with community members. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.05 TITLE: Bwezo ΑTo Sweat≅ AUTHOR: Union of Ontario Indians PUBLISHER: Union of Ontario Indians DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Benefits of exercise, how to organize tournaments, active living, daily fitness events and programs SUMMARY: This manual is dedicated to First Nations= People who wish to learn more about exercise and make a personal commitment to make positive changes to their lifestyle. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.06 TITLE: How to Run a Weight-Loss Program AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program Zuni Wellness Center PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1989 SUBJECT: Identify personnel to run the program, educational component, exercise component, incentives, rules, evaluate program SUMMARY: This manual provides a 10-step approach with ideas and examples to get you started with your weight loss program. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 302.07 TITLE: American Indian and Alaska Native Women AUTHOR: Indian Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Heart, workout, being active SUMMARY: A sheet that explains why heart disease is the leading cause of death for American Indians and Alaska Natives today. LANGUAGE: English 303 - COMPLICATIONS CALL# 303.01 TITLE: Taking Care of Your Kidneys - Prevent and Treat Infections AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1989 23
  • 24. SUBJECT: Kidney infection, treatment, prevent kidney damage SUMMARY: This booklet explains what kidneys do, the signs of bladder or kidney infection and how to treat and prevent infections. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.02 TITLE: Kidney Damage ΑNephropathy≅ AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1991 SUBJECT: Kidney damage, what causes it, signs of kidney damage SUMMARY: This booklet shows what causes damage to your kidneys and how to protect your kidneys. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.03 TITLE: Eye Damage ΑRetinopathy≅ AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Eye exams, control blood sugar, laser treatment SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn how to take care of your eyes. You can prevent or delay damage to your eyes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.04 TITLE: How to Have a Healthy Heart AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1991 SUBJECT: Heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn about your chances of getting heart disease and things you can do to prevent it. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.05 TITLE: Taking Care of Your Feet AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1987 SUBJECT: Foot problems, daily care, socks, shoes SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn how to take care of your feet. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.06 24
  • 25. TITLE: Taking Care of Your Eyes AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1987 SUBJECT: Eyesight changes, causes for eye changes SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn how to take care of your eyes and how you can prevent some eye changes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.07 TITLE: Take Care of Your Feet AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Navajo Area Physical therapy, Indian Health Service Diabetes program, Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center DATE: SUBJECT: Foot care, toenails, callus, blister, wound SUMMARY: This booklet shows what you can do to prevent foot problems LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.08 TITLE: Comprehensive Diabetes Foot Care AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Risk Categories for foot injury, instructions for diabetic foot exam, instructions for routine care, footwear SUMMARY: This guide explains how to start a comprehensive diabetes foot care program and is a guide to diabetic footwear. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.09 TITLE: A Basic Approach to the Diabetic Foot AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Foot infections, amputations, deformities, insensitive feet, foot ulcer SUMMARY: This manual tells you about diabetes foot care. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.10 TITLE: Taking Care of Your Heart AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Portland Area Diabetes Program DATE:1989 SUBJECT: Cholesterol, blood vessels, risk, foods to avoid SUMMARY: This booklet tells you about blood cholesterol and how to lower it. 25
  • 26. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.11 TITLE: The Intimate Side of Diabetes AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, Reprint from Novo Nordisk PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1992 SUBJECT: Diabetes and sex, sexual problems, pregnancy SUMMARY: This booklet provides common questions and answers about sexuality and pregnancy. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.12 TITLE: Nerve Damage To The Stomach And Intestines AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Signs, symptoms of nerve damage to the stomach SUMMARY: Information tear-off sheet shows what high blood sugars over a long period of time can do to cause nerve damage to the stomach and intestines. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.13 TITLE: Nerve Damage To The Heart And Blood Vessels AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Symptoms of heart problems, dizziness, fast heart rate, chest pain SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet regarding high blood sugars over a long period of time can damage the nerves that control the blood vessels and heart. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.14 TITLE: Sick Day Guide AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Short-term illness, insulin or diabetes pills, liquids, blood sugar SUMMARY: A tear-off sheet concerning common illnesses, such as the flu, vomiting, and diarrhea that can cause serious problems for people with diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.15 TITLE: Loss Of Feeling Or Numbness Of Hands, Legs, And Feet 26
  • 27. AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Burning numbness, tingling feeling in hands, legs, feet, SUMMARY: A tear-off sheet that explains what happens when nerve damage to the feet and legs occurs. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.16 TITLE: Nerve Damage To The Bladder And Urinary System AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Bladder or urinary tract infection, preventions SUMMARY: Tear-off sheet that shows nerve damage to the bladder, kidneys, and urinary tract system. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 303.17 TITLE: Choose A Healthy Lifestyle - Take Care of Your Feet AUTHOR: Munsee-Delaware Nation Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Healthy living, feet, type 1, type 2, prevention, foot care, nail care, risk SUMMARY: two pamphlets presented by the Munsee-Delaware Nation Diabetes Program and funded by S.O.A.D.I. LANGUAGE:English 304 - EDUCATION CALL # 304:01 TITLE: What is Diabetes? <> Preventing Diabetes <> Diabetes Control <> AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Disease, energy, blood sugar, insulin, prevention, causes, risk SUMMARY: A binder that explains diabetes, preventing it, and controlling diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.02 TITLE: Gestational Diabetes <> Diabetes & Pregnancy <> AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: 27
  • 28. SUBJECT: High blood sugar in pregnancy, healthy baby, exercise and conditioning SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn about what you can do to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304:03 TITLE: Healthy Eating <> Exercise <> AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Healthy eating is: less fat, less sugar, less food, food guide, exercise SUMMARY: This binder contains information about healthy eating choices to control diabetes and why it is important to exercise. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.04 TITLE: Hypoglycemia <> Hyperglycemia <> AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: High blood sugar, symptoms, Low blood sugar, symptoms, treatment SUMMARY: This binder explains what is hypoglycemia (high blood sugar) and what is hyperglycemia (low blood sugar), treatments and control. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.05 TITLE: Oral Hypoglycemic Agents <> Insulin Injection <> Blood Glucose Monitoring <> AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes Pills, Insulin Injection, testing blood sugar SUMMARY: This binder explains how diabetes pills affect the body, how insulin works and why blood sugar should be tested. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.06 TITLE: Staying Well With Diabetes AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Improve blood flow to heart, sick days, eyes, kidneys, feet, sexual health SUMMARY: This binder shows how diabetes makes it harder for the body to work well and the parts of the body that need special care and attention. LANGUAGE: English 28
  • 29. CALL # 304.07 TITLE: Alcohol And Diabetes AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Alcohol, risks, safety tips SUMMARY: This binder shows the effects alcohol has on the body with diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.08 TITLE: Diabetes And Your Feelings AUTHOR: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: The Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Feelings of shock, fear, guilt, sadness SUMMARY: This binder explains the feelings that are experienced when diagnosed with diabetes and what can be done to handle these feelings. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.09 TITLE: Kiingo It Is Up To You!≅ AUTHOR: The Union of Ontario Indians, Medical Services Branch, and the Community Care & Awareness Program about Diabetes PUBLISHER: The Union of Ontario Indians DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Colouring book about elders, exercise, food SUMMARY: A First Nations Colouring & Activity Book and Video About Diabetes LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.10 TITLE: Diabetes And American Indians AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1987 SUBJECT: High blood sugar, who gets it, why control blood sugar SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn about blood sugar. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 304.11 TITLE: Foot Wear For People With Diabetes AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1994 SUBJECT: Foot problems, injury, shoes SUMMARY: This booklet shows how to take care of your feet. 29
  • 30. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 304.12 TITLE: How To Have A Healthy Baby <> Gestational Diabetes <> AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1992 SUBJECT: Pregnancy, blood sugar, high sugar/fat foods, weight gain, tests SUMMARY: This booklet will help you learn about what you can do to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.13 TITLE: Living In Balance To Prevent Diabetes AUTHOR: Health Canada - Medical Services Branch - Saskatchewan Region - Nutrition PUBLISHER:Health Canada - Medical Services Branch DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Learning, Diabetes, Objectives, Evaluation SUMMARY: Education package that introduces students between the ages of 10 to 14 to the concept of preventing or delaying the onset of diabetes and its subsequent health problems. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.14 TITLE: Alcohol And Diabetes AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Alcohol abuse, effects, production of acids, peripheral neuropathy SUMMARY: A workshop preparation booklet that outlines two case studies to demonstrate interaction of alcohol and diabetic patients. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.15 TITLE: Taking Care Of Your Teeth AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1990 SUBJECT: Gum disease, teeth, prevent SUMMARY: This booklet explains what can happen with gum disease and diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.16 TITLE: An Elder’s Teaching Helps Jerephine AUTHOR: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program 30
  • 31. PUBLISHER: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Colouring book, story book, school, family, junk food SUMMARY: This booklet shows what happens to a child when they have to leave home and go to school in the city. It shows the effects of a change in diet. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.17 TITLE: ΑOne-Shot≅ Healthy Living Class - JK - AUTHOR: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Teacher=s role, student=s role, food models, discussion, demonstration SUMMARY: A work-shop or presentation booklet for students of all ages to discuss healthier food choices and diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.18 TITLE: Diabetic Guide For Community Health Representatives AUTHOR: Cree Board of Health And Social Services of James Bay - Chasisibi, Quebec, Sylvie Beriault, Dietician PUBLISHER: Cree Board of Health And Social Services of James Bay DATE:1993 SUBJECT: Basic knowledge on diabetes, nutrition, diet education, insulin SUMMARY: A diabetic guide that explains the general points of diabetes, insulin, alcohol and what the diabetic should know about diabetes and nutrition. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.19 TITLE: Jonah Takes Control AUTHOR: Susan Russell R.D. PUBLISHER: Northern=s Healthy Living Program DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes, Jonah, weight, dietician, quick tips SUMMARY: A pamphlet about a story on diabetes prevention and treatment for adolescents. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.20 TITLE: Cross-Cultural Counseling AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1990 SUBJECT: Counseling, communicating, language barrier, information SUMMARY: A guide for nutrition and health counselors to develop a greater awareness of the problems in cross-cultural counseling and 31
  • 32. how to approach those problems. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.21 TITLE: Diabetes Education Slides AUTHOR: Zuni Teen Wellness Center - Dr. Nicky Teufel PUBLISHER: Zuni Teen Wellness Center DATE: SUBJECT: Adult Onset Diabetes, types of sugars, kidneys, insulin SUMMARY: Copies of Slides that shows diabetes among populations in U.S. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.22 TITLE: Living With Diabetes And Enjoying Life AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1988 SUBJECT: Life as it was and life today with unhealthy lifestyles SUMMARY: A booklet that shows what should be done once a person is diagnosed with diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.23 TITLE: Diabetes Education Slides OjiCree-Western AUTHOR: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes is not contagious, changes to make, test for ketones SUMMARY: Copies of slides that shows illustrations of diabetes and the changes it causes to the body. Also shown with syllabics. LANGUAGE: English and OjiCree-Western CALL# 304.24 TITLE: Diabetes Flip Charts AUTHOR: Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay - Chasisibi, Quebec PUBLISHER: Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Body of cells, stomach, kidney, bladder, pancreas SUMMARY: Teaching Tool that illustrates what happens to the internal parts of the body when diabetes is present. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.25 TITLE: What Is Diabetes? 32
  • 33. AUTHOR: Nutrition Pacific Region Medical Services PUBLISHER:Nutrition Pacific Region Medical Services DATE:1981 SUBJECT: Parts of the healthy body, functions, foods to eat and foods not to eat SUMMARY: Educational Tool in English with Cree Syllabics about the body functions. LANGUAGE: English and Cree CALL# 304.26 TITLE: Complications Series Diabetes Curriculum AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: High blood pressure, Periodontal Disease, Heart and Blood Vessels, Neuropathy (nerve damage), Nephropathy (kidneys), sexuality. SUMMARY: This curriculum guide shows education objectives for complications of diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.27 TITLE: Basic Series Diabetes Curriculum AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes and American Indians, Health Care System, Feelings, Weight, Glucose, Treatment Therapies SUMMARY: This curriculum guide explains basic diabetes education objectives. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.28 TITLE: Native Stories On Food And Nutrition AUTHOR: Health and Welfare Canada PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1986 SUBJECT: Native stories about traditional foods, lesson plans for teachers SUMMARY: A teaching tool on healthy lifestyles and food habits through tales and stories of every day life as seen through the eyes of native people. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.29 TITLE: Diabetes Board Game AUTHOR: Diabetes Education Resource for Children & Adolescents PUBLISHER: Diabetes education Resource for Children & Adolescents DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Game that has questions about diabetes SUMMARY: A sheet with a diabetes board game for children ages 8-12. 33
  • 34. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.30 TITLE: ΑFeeling About Diabetes Game AUTHOR: Diabetes Education Resource for Children & Adolescents PUBLISHER: Diabetes Education Resource for Children & Adolescents DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Board game, feelings about diabetes SUMMARY: A sheet with a ΑFeeling About Diabetes game to help children ages 4-8 years express a range of feelings about diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.31 TITLE: An Elder Named Mary AUTHOR: Teresa Taillefer, BASc, RD, CDE PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Mary, dietician, diabetic survival rules for eating SUMMARY: A booklet that illustrates a story about an elder named Mary. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.32 TITLE: Diabetes <> Questions & Answers <> AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1989 SUBJECT: Questions about food, calories, weight SUMMARY: Booklet in the form of Question Cards which also provides answers about a variety of regular foods and diabetic foods. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.33 TITLE: You Can Make A Difference: Developing Comprehensive School Health Education Programs in American Indian Communities. AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1995 SUBJECT: What/Why is a comprehensive school program needed, How to get started, how to assess schools SUMMARY: This booklet is designed for health providers who want to develop school- based diabetes prevention programs. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.34 TITLE: Putting Integrated Diabetes Care And Education To Work For American Indians/Alaska Natives 34
  • 35. AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Diabetes program evaluation, levels, program themes, review standards SUMMARY: This manual includes program reviews for diabetes, annual audits and the diabetes education process itself. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.35 TITLE: The Medicine Wheel And Diabetes AUTHOR: Minomodzawin Diabetes Education Program-Northern Diabetes Health Network PUBLISHER:Minomodzawin Diabetes Education Program DATE: SUBJECT: Medicine Wheel, health, healing, life, ceremonies SUMMARY: A Manu al and Table Top Prese ntatio n using the teachi ngs of the Medicine Wheel to heal the mind, body and spirit. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 304.36 TITLE: Diabetes Sharing Kit AUTHOR: Treaty 6 First Nations of Alberta PUBLISHER: Treaty 6 First Nations of Alberta DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes, prevention, managing, complications, activities, resources SUMMARY: A Manual and Flip Chart to be used as teaching aid in providing information and resource material to individuals who are affected by diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.37 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes AUTHOR: Manitoba Health, Health Promotion 35
  • 36. PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health, Health Promotion DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes, prevention, managing, activity, foot care SUMMARY: A Manual and table top presentation to be used as a teaching aid in providing information and resource material to individuals who are affected by diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.38 TITLE: Gestational Diabetes - How to have a healthy pregnancy and a Health baby AUTHOR: Health Canada, Indian and Northern Health Services PUBLISHER: Health Canada, Indian and Northern Health Services, M.S.B. DATE: 1995 SUBJECT: High blood sugar, healthy foods, physical activity, healthy baby, alcohol, smoke SUMMARY: This booklet will provide important information on gestational diabetes and information you can use to have a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 304.39 TITLE: DIABETES - A Diabetes Teaching Manual for CHRs AUTHOR: Wrinch Memorial Hospital- Merve Fedrau, RN & Debbie Houle, RDN, PUBLISHER: DATE:1997 SUBJECT: diabetes, blood sugar testing, food, excercise, feet, traveling, teaching manual SUMMARY: A teaching manual designed for CHRs to use when teaching about diabetes. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 304.40 TITLE: Health Education Program for Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Program AUTHOR: Heather Jacobs-Whyte, R.N., B.Sc. N., Susan Munday, P.Dt. B.Sc. PUBLISHER:Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre, Kahnawake, Quebec DATE:1994 SUBJECT: Diabetes education, curriculum, First Nations, children, schools SUMMARY: The curriculum was designed to teach elementary school children about the prevention of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM). This program serves as a basis for health education. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 304.41 36
  • 37. TITLE: Kahnawake Diabetes Education Trainer=s Guide for First Nations Community Diabetes Educators AUTHOR: Heather Jacobs-Whyte, R.N., B.Sc. N., Susan Munday, P.Dt. B.Sc. PUBLISHER:Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre, Kahnawake, Quebec DATE:1994 SUBJECT: Diabetes education, trainer=s guide, curriculum SUMMARY: The Diabetes Education Trainer=s Guide is based on the Kahnawake Diabetes Education Curriculum. The guide contains a number of lessons for each of the units found in the curriculum. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 304.42 TITLE: You Can Make a Difference: Developing Comprehensive School Health Education Programs in American Indian Communities. AUTHOR: Karen Bachman-Carter, MPH, RD, CDE PUBLISHER:Indian Health Services DATE:1995 SUBJECT: school, health program, curriculum, training SUMMARY: This booklet was designed to help develop school-based diabetes prevention programs. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 304.43 TITLE: Poppa Bear Gets Diabetes - Story book and Facilitator=s Manual AUTHOR: Isabel Didriksen PUBLISHER:Alberta First Nations Diabetes Task Force DATE:1999 SUBJECT: Children, diabetes, management, lifestyle, classroom, workshop SUMMARY: the facilitator=s guide and its companion stoybook were written to help raise awareness of diabetes, in particular Type 2 diabetes. Can be used in groups or by individuals. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 304.44 TITLE: Strong in Body and Spirit AUTHOR: Native American Diabetes Project PUBLISHER:Diabetes Wellness Connection DATE:January 1995 SUBJECT: Healthy food, exercise, curriculum, diabetes, prevention program SUMMARY: A curriculum designed specifically for the Rio Grande Pueblo people to help prevent diabetes through healthy foods and increased exercise. LANGUAGE:English 305 - COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 37
  • 38. CALL# 305.01 TITLE: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program AUTHOR: Sioux Lookout, Ontario PUBLISHER: Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program DATE: SUBJECT: Teaching Manuals, OjiCree Handouts, Two Part Poster SUMMARY: Brochure and Educational Tools Order Form LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.02 TITLE: Sewinikan Aspinewin AUTHOR: Battlefords Indian Health Centre Inc. PUBLISHER: Battlefords Indian Health Centre Inc. DATE:1984 SUBJECT: What is diabetes, symptoms, diagnosing, treatment SUMMARY: A pamphlet describing diabetes LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.03 TITLE: Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project AUTHOR: Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project PUBLISHER: Contact - Rhonda Kirby, Intervention Media Agent DATE:1995 SUBJECT: Community projects, exercise activities, recipes SUMMARY: Assorted Materials, Community Activity Tools about Diabetes LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.04 TITLE: Diabetes Education Program AUTHOR: Stanton Regional Hospital, Yellowknife, North West Territories PUBLISHER: Mabel Wong and Onalee Randell DATE: SUBJECT: Daily program guide, various topics SUMMARY: Brochure about a four day course that starts on Monday and ends Thursday discussing diabetes. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.05 TITLE: What is Diabetes? <> Diabetes on Haida Gwaii <> Are You at Risk of 38
  • 39. Developing Diabetes? AUTHOR: Queen Charlotte Islands Health Care PUBLISHER: Haida Gwaii Diabetes Project DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Complications of diabetes on Haida Gwaii, factors, prevention SUMMARY: Brochures on various diabetic topics LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.06 TITLE: Minomodzawin Diabetes Education Program AUTHOR: North Shore Tribal Council - Health Program PUBLISHER: North Shore Tribal Council - Health Program DATE: SUBJECT: Goals of Minomodzawin, What/Who they are SUMMARY: Brochure describing Minomodzawin that is an Anishnawbek Diabetes Education Program that provides a culturally sensitive and comprehensive care to individuals and families. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.07 TITLE: Why Does High/Low Blood Sugar Happen? <> How To Keep Healthy Eyes <> Sexual Health <> Travelling Into The Wilderness <> AUTHOR: Office of the Prince Albert Grand Council, Health & Social Development Diabetes Education Project PUBLISHER: Office of the Prince Albert Grand Council DATE: SUBJECT: High/Low Blood Sugar, Alcohol, Eyes SUMMARY: Handouts displaying topics about hemoglobin, mixing alcohol and pills, care of eyes, sexuality. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 305.08 TITLE: Tee Cha Chitl AUTHOR: The Nuu-chah-nulth Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Nuu-chah-nulth Community and Human Services DATE:1997 SUBJECT: diabetes in First Nations, risk, prevention, treatment, healthy living, traditional teaching SUMMARY: A pamphlet presented by the Tee Cha Chitl Program designed to give information on diabetes and their program. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 305.09 TITLE: Quest - Diabetes Prevention Program for Children AUTHOR: Gila River Indian Community, Department of Public Health 39
  • 40. PUBLISHER:Gila River Indian Community, Department of Public Health DATE:1998 SUBJECT: Diabetes prevention, children, Gila River, curriculum SUMMARY: The Quest, Diabetes Prevention Program was designed in 1995 for Gila River Indian Community children as a visual, culturally specific, basic introduction of behaviors to prevent the onset of diabetes in youth. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 305.10 TITLE: Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (SOADI) AUTHOR: SOADI PUBLISHER:SOADI DATE: SUBJECT: Ontario, diabetes, prevention SUMMARY: Informational pamphlet describing SOADI. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 305.11 TITLE: Alberta First Nations Diabetes Task Force (AFNDTF) AUTHOR: AFNDTF PUBLISHER:AFNDTF DATE: SUBJECT: First Nations, diabetes, prevention, community program SUMMARY: Informational pamphlet describing the AFNDTF LANGUAGE:English 306- RESEARCH CALL# 306.01 TITLE: Diabetes Burden Of Illness Study In Manitoba AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE:1995 & 1996 SUBJECT: Statistics of diabetes among adults, First Nations, children, complications SUMMARY: Report on the prevalence (percent) of diabetes among Manitoba Adults, by Treaty Status LANGUAGE: English CALL# 306.02 TITLE: TEE CHA CHITL: Getting Well Again AUTHOR: NUU - CHAH -NULTH Community and Human Services, PUBLISHER: NUU - CHAH - NULTH Community and Human Services DATE: SUBJECT: Disseminate diabetes information, traditional concepts, values 40
  • 41. SUMMARY: A report to evaluate a diabetes education programme using traditional concepts and values relevant to maintaining health. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 306.03 TITLE: Incidence and Prevalence Of Diabetes In Manitoba, 1986-1991 AUTHOR: James Blanchard, MD, Epidemiology Unit PUBLISHER:Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Diabetes education resource database SUMMARY: An article about the incidence and prevalence of diabetes among adults in Manitoba from 1986 to 1991. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 306.04 TITLE: NHRDP Projects Funded Through a Special Competition on Native Diabetes AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: Risk factors, obesity, gestational, prevention, childhood risk factors, exercise programs, Vitamin A and Zinc SUMMARY: Projects to study the prevalence of NIDDM in aboriginal people of Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 306.05 TITLE: The Haida GWAII Diabetes Project: Non-insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus Among the Haida AUTHOR: Queen Charlotte Islands Health Care Society PUBLISHER: C. Heffernan, D. Brown, C. Herbert DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Diabetes in Haida, project objectives, qualitative findings, project principles, response activities, quantitative findings. SUMMARY: A report on the project that was used to search for an understanding the problem of diabetes. This study honors the holistic concept of health held by the people of Haida Gwaii. LANGUAGE: English CALL # 306.06 TITLE: A Diabetes Education Program for Urban Dwelling Aboriginal People AUTHOR: J.A. Whiting (Saskatoon District Health), J.B. Waldram, B.F. Habbick (University of Saskatchewan), N.M. Kornder (Saskatoon District Health) PUBLISHER:National Health Research and Development Program DATE:1998 SUBJECT: Diabetes, education, Aboriginal, culture 41
  • 42. SUMMARY: A project report on ways to improve the health of status urban-dwelling Aboriginal persons with diabetes. LANGUAGE:English/French CALL # 306.07 TITLE: Diabetes in Canada:National Statistics and Opportunities for Improved Surveillance, Prevention, and Control. AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER:Minister of Health DATE:1999 SUBJECT: statistics, prevention, control, surveillance, Diabetes Council of Canada SUMMARY: The Diabetes Division at the Laboratory Centre for Disease Control, Health Canada, has compiled current national statistics on diabetes and its complications. LANGUAGE:English/French CALL # 306.08 TITLE: Chronic Disease in Canada Volume 16, No 4 AUTHOR: PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:Autumn 1995 SUBJECT: Aboriginal health, Quebec,diet, exercise, family history, obesity, Ontario, British Columbia, community screening, prevalence, risk factors, Saskatchewan SUMMARY: Journal articles: Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, Using Qualitative Research to Understand the Sociocultural Origins of Diabetes among Cape Breton Mi=kmaq, Effect of Bush Living on Aboriginal Canadians of the Eastern James Bay Region with Non-insulin -dependent Diabetes Mellitus, the Sandy Lake Health and Diabetes Project: Design, Methods and Lessons Lessons learned, Developing Diabetes Interventions in an Ojibwa-Cree Community in Northern Ontario: Linking Qualitative and Quantitative Data, Diabetes Prevalence, Behavioural and Anthropometric Risk Factors, and Psychosocial constructs in Three Aboriginal Communities in Central British Columbia. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 306.09 TITLE: Diabetes and Canada=s Aboriginal Peoples: the Need for Primary Prevention AUTHOR: Mark Daniel, Diane Gamble PUBLISHER:International Journal of Nursing Studies DATE:Vol.32 No. 3 1995 SUBJECT: Prevalence, native communities, risk factors, early detection SUMMARY: Journal article discussing the need to develop, implement and test interventions aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of NIDDM. LANGUAGE:English 42
  • 43. CALL # 306.10 TITLE: Aboriginal Health AUTHOR: Harriet. L. MacMillan, Angus B. MacMillan, David R. Offord, Jennifer L. Dingle PUBLISHER:Canadian Medical Association Journal DATE:December 1, 1996 SUBJECT: mortality, morbidity, Eskimos, Indians, north America, diabetes, alcoholism, suicide, social problems SUMMARY: A report to inform health care workers about the health status of Canada=s Native people. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 306.11 TITLE: Cree Indian Healing Practices and Western Health Care: A Comparitive Analysis. AUTHOR: Janice M. Morse, David E. Young, Lise Swartz PUBLISHER:Social Sciences and Medicine Vol. 32 No. 12 DATE:1991 SUBJECT: Cree indian, traditional medicine, health care practices SUMMARY: A comparison of Cree Indian practices and the Western health care system. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 306.12 TITLE: Assessing and Implementing Diabetes Patient Education Programs for American Indian communities. AUTHOR: Frances Stracqualursi, Dorothy Gohdes, Steven Rith-Najarian, Gwendolyn Hosey, Patricia Lundgren PUBLISHER:The Diabetes Educator Vol. 19 No. 1 DATE:Jan/Feb 1993 SUBJECT: American Indian, Alaska Natives, Indian Health Services, diabetes, complications, National Standards, diabetes education programs SUMMARY: The Diabetes Education Program of the Indian Helath Services reviews the criteria for National Standards to fit the unique needs of the Indian communities. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 306.13 TITLE: The Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project: Intervention, Evaluation, and Baseline Results of a Diabetes Primary Prevention Program with a Native Community in Canada AUTHOR: A. Macaulay, G. Paradis, L. Potvin, E. Cross, C. Saad-Haddad, A. McComber, S. Desrosiers, R. Kirby, L. Montour, D. Lamping, N. Leduc, M. Rivard PUBLISHER:Preventive Medicine, 26 43
  • 44. DATE:1997 SUBJECT: Primary prevention, diabetes, children, Indian, North American, community, school, physical activity, obesity, diet. SUMMARY: the Project is a 3-year community based, primary prevention program for non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in a Mohawk community near Montreal, Canada. LANGUAGE:English 44
  • 45. 307 - CATALOGUES/RESOURCES CALL# 307.01 TITLE: Catalogue Of Diabetes Education Resources For First Nations Peoples AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch Ontario Region PUBLISHER:Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1989 SUBJECT: Diabetes/nutrition written materials, videos SUMMARY: Resource materials binder containing educational materials relevant to diabetes in First Nations communities. LANGUAGE: Language CALL# 307.02 TITLE: Health Programs Support Division AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch PUBLISHER:Health and Welfare Canada DATE: SUBJECT: Video s, printe d materi al, addicti ons, family violen ce, fetal alcoho l syndrome, suicide, tobacco, HIV/AIDS SUMMARY: Booklet of information about videos and printed material that can be obtained dealing with family violence, fetal alcohol syndrome, addictions, nutrition, solvent abuse, suicide, tobacco, HIV/AIDS, child development LANGUAGE:English CALL# 307.03 TITLE: Health Canada Publications AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch Quebec PUBLISHER: Health and Welfare Canada DATE:1995
  • 46. SUBJECT: Publications on native foods and nutrition, nutrient bar graphs, framework for the prevention and care of diabetes in First Nations in Canada SUMMARY: Publications list about aboriginal nutrition issues, report of the Second International Conference on Diabetes and Native Peoples, Planning Guide for the prevention and care of diabetes in First Nations in Canada, Framework for the prevention and care of diabetes in First Nations in Canada. LANGUAGE:English
  • 47. CALL# 307.04 TITLE: Native American Research and Training Center AUTHOR: World Indigenous Peoples Conference PUBLISHER:Native American Research and Training Center DATE:1996 SUBJECT: NARTC projects dealing with health-related issues of concern to Native American populations. SUMMARY: Information handout and material/video order form on topics such as; Twenty years of Diabetes on the Warm Springs Reservation, Diabetes and the American Indian: a review of current treatment strategies. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 307.05 TITLE: Catalog Of Diabetes Education Materials AUTHOR: Indian Health Service Diabetes Program PUBLISHER:Indian Health Service Diabetes Program DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Diabetes curriculum materials SUMMARY: Booklet catalogue of diabetes education materials designed to be used in patient counseling. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 307.06 TITLE: Healthy Living Catalogue AUTHOR: Zuni Wellness Center PUBLISHER: American Diabetes Association DATE:1996 SUBJECT: Books about diabetes, Managing Diabetes on a Budget, Raising a Child with Diabetes, The Fitness Book : For People with Diabetes, Cookbooks & Meal Planners, Exercise Guides, Medical Management Guides. SUMMARY: Catalogue featuring books and special selections on diabetes LANGUAGE: English CALL# 307.07 TITLE: Ota-Miska 1999-2000 AUTHOR: Manitoba Industry, Trade and Tourism PUBLISHER: Manitoba Industry, Trade and Tourism DATE:1999 SUBJECT: Various provincial and federal departments, organizations, businesses in Manitoba SUMMARY: Resource manual that provides a current listing of programs, services and resources available from government and private sector programs. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 307.08
  • 48. TITLE: Chronic Diseases in Canada AUTHOR: Health Canada PUBLISHER: National Health and Welfare DATE: 1995 SUBJECT: Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, Sociocultural Origins of Diabetes among Cape Breton Mi=kmaq, Effect of Bush Living on Aboriginal Canadians of Eastern James Bay Region, Sandy Lake Health and Diabetes Project, Diabetes in an Ojibwa-Cree community in Northern Ontario, in three Aboriginal communities in Central B.C., position paper SUMMARY: This booklet features six articles concerning diabetes and aboriginal peoples in Canada. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 307.09 TITLE: Catalogue of Diabetes Education Resources For First Nations Peoples AUTHOR: Medical Services Branch Ontario Region Health Canada PUBLISHER:Health Canada SUBJECT: Diabetes written material, nutrition material, videos, pharmaceutical companies, materials available from CDA SUMMARY: A catalogue of information that identifies educational materials about diabetes to assist health care providers working with First Nations peoples. LANGUAGE: English
  • 49. 308 - VIDEOS CALL# 308.01 TITLE: The Therapeutic Challenge of Type II Diabetes in the Aboriginal Patient AUTHOR: Dr. K. Van Ameyde and Dr. G. Nyomba PUBLISHER:Biomedical Communications, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, Canada DATE: 1996 SUBJECT: Blood sugar, complications of diabetes, treatment of diabetes SUMMARY: This video (62 minutes) shows statistics for aboriginal men and women with diabetes in comparison with the general public, complications of diabetes and the treatment that should be followed in order to control diabetes or prevent it. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.02 TITLE: KIINGO ΑIt is up to you≅ AUTHOR: Union of Ontario Indians PUBLISHER: Union of Ontario Indians DATE: 1995 SUBJECT: A First Nations Diabetes Video for Children SUMMARY: This video was designed to empower children ages 6 to 12 to eat healthier foods, exercise daily, and therefore control their weight. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.03 c.1 TITLE: Diabetes: Treatment and Management AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: Paskwayak Productions DATE: SUBJECT: Type II diabetes, glucose, healthy eating, individuals who are at high risk for getting diabetes, alcohol and side effects, physical activity, medications. SUMMARY: This video (18 minutes) explains how diabetes can be controlled with the proper eating habits, physical activity and medications that are taken properly. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.03 c.2 TITLE: Diabetes: Treatment and Management AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: Paskwayak Productions DATE: SUBJECT: Type II diabetes, glucose, healthy eating, individuals who are at high risk for getting diabetes, alcohol and side effects, physical activity, medications. SUMMARY: This video (18 minutes) explains how diabetes can be controlled with the
  • 50. proper eating habits, physical activity and medications that are taken properly. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.04 TITLE: Choose Nutrition Now - It Pays AUTHOR: Labrador Institute of Northern Studies PUBLISHER: Labrador Institute of Northern Studies DATE: 1983 SUBJECT: Traditional way of life in Labrador as compared to present life style that is in that community now. SUMMARY: This video (15 minutes) shows how to shop for healthy foods in the store and how to prepare a healthy meal. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.05 TITLE: Centre For Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous Peoples AUTHOR: CINE - Macdonald Campus of McGill University PUBLISHER: McGill University DATE: 1994 SUBJECT: CINE, environment, traditional way of life affected by environment SUMMARY: This video briefly described why the Centre for Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous Peoples was created and how it interacts with native communities. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.06 TITLE: ΑWalking In Balance≅ AUTHOR: Native Workshop - Winnipeg PUBLISHER: DATE: 1985 SUBJECT: Diabetes, discussions by medical professionals, individuals who have diabetes SUMMARY: This video gives an in-depth look at diabetes and diabetes education among native people, viewed by researchers, education and natives themselves who discuss trying to walk in balance with nature and the creator. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.07 c.1 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people.
  • 51. LANGUAGE: Cree CALL# 308.07 c.2 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: Cree CALL# 308.08 c.1 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: Saulteaux CALL# 308.08 c.2 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: Saulteaux CALL# 308.09 c.1 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.09 c.2 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People
  • 52. AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.09 c.3 TITLE: Learning About Diabetes - A Resource for Native People AUTHOR: Manitoba Health PUBLISHER: Manitoba Health DATE: SUBJECT: Description of diabetes and how it affects the body, body fat, foods SUMMARY: This video is about an education program designed to assist the health educator in providing diabetes information to native people. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.10 TITLE: Choosing The Right Path - Moccasin Trail to a Healthy Life AUTHOR: Walpole Island First Nation Health Centre Staff PUBLISHER: Health Canada DATE: SUBJECT: Healthy eating, exercise, nutrition education, maintain program SUMMARY: This video gives service providers a resource for First Nation communities about diabetes. It shows healthy lifestyle activities that have been incorporated into Walpole Island diabetic education program LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.11 TITLE: Dialysis - The Artificial Kidney AUTHOR: Paskwayak Productions PUBLISHER:Paskwayak Productions DATE: SUBJECT: Aboriginal, diabetes, kidney, dialysis SUMMARY: This educational video addresses the issues surrounding dialysis. It examines the pros and cons to this treatment, while providing critical information regarding diet, exercise and urban living issues, all produced for an Aboriginal audience. Part of the Aboriginal Health Education Series. LANGUAGE: English CALL# 308.12 TITLE: Balance - Healing Through Helping AUTHOR: Health Canada
  • 53. PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE: SUBJECT: Healing, holistic, Aboriginal youth, peer pressure, family values, physical fitness, goals. SUMMARY: This video is an upbeat look into the lives of many of our First Nations, Inuit and Metis youth in Canada. They talk frankly about the situations that they are faced with. The youth talk about peer pressure, family values, physical fitness, goals, personal health and other topics. The video was filmed on location throughout the country and includes excerpts from Toronto=s cosmopolitan to Canada=s far north. LANGUAGE:English CALL# 308.13 TITLE: Why Me? AUTHOR: Medical Services Bransh - Ontario Division PUBLISHER:Health Canada DATE:1988 SUBJECT: diabetes, acceptance, elders, coping, learning, diagnosis SUMMARY: A story of Ken, a 35 year old Aboriginal pilot sho learns he has diabetes. The film illustrates the emotional turmoil of a newly diabnosed person with diabetes. I show that Ken must start by accepting his condition before any meaningful education can take place. It also depicts the supportive role that elders and family can play in helping the person with diabetes cope with his/her disease. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 308.14 c.1, c.2 TITLE: Taking Responsibility to Heal Ourselves - Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project AUTHOR: Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: school, prevention, children SUMMARY: A synopsis of the KSDPP LANGUAGE:English CALL # 308.15 TITLE: Diabetes: Lifetime Solutions AUTHOR: Nuu-Chah-Nulth Community and Human Services PUBLISHER:Gryphon Productions Ltd. DATE:1998 SUBJECT: diabetes, Aboriginal, management, complications, culture SUMMARY: the primary purpose of this video is to help Aboriginal people understand their health risks associated with diabetes, as well as prevention and maintenance of diabetes. With a discussion guide and discussion points. LANGUAGE:English
  • 54. CALL # 308.16 TITLE: Natives and Diabetes AUTHOR: Foundation on Independent Living PUBLISHER:Magic Lantern Communications DATE:1993 SUBJECT: Ontario, Manitoulin Island, diabetes, Aboriginal SUMMARY: Discussions on Naatives and diabetes in the London, Ontario and Manitoulin Island areas. LANGUAGE:English CALL # 308.17 TITLE: ABORIGINAL DIABETES WELLNESS PROGRAM AUTHOR: Canadian Diabetes Association PUBLISHER: DATE: SUBJECT: SUMMARY: LANGUAGE:English CALL # 308.18 TITLE: MANAGING YOUR DIABETES AUTHOR: Canadian Diabetes Association PUBLISHER: Novo Nordisk DATE: SUBJECT: Managing Your Diabetes SUMMARY: Diabetes is one of the most serious chronic diseases facing Aboriginal people in Canada. In this video you will learn what diabetes is, factors that contribute to the higher incidence among Aboriginals, and how diabetes can be managed. LANGUAGE:English
  • 55. SUBJECT FILES ABORIGINAL- GENERAL 1) Brosseau, James D; Bata, Bonnie R. & Marquart, P.A. - ΑA Quiet Epidemic≅ - Diabetes Forecast, November-December 1984 (Article) 2) McCarren, Marie, ΑBreaking the Cycle≅ - Diabetes Forecast, June 1996 (Article) 3) Montour, Louis T. - ΑDiabetes Care for First Nations: Theory, Reality and Hope≅- Plein Soleil, Winter 1991 (Article) 4) Ghodes, Dorothy, - ΑDiabetes In North American Indians and Alaska Natives≅ - Diabetes in America, Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, 1995 (Article) 5) DRTC (Diabetes Research and Treatment Centre) Bulletin, ΑDiabetes: Knowledge and Awareness≅ - 1996 (Article) 6) ΑDiabetes Becoming an Epidemic≅ - Windspeaker, August 2-13/1993 (Article) 7) Mazur, Marcia, - ΑFor His People≅ - Diabetes Forecast, January 1994 (Article) 8) Diabetes Facts - ΑDiabetes Among American Indians≅ - American Diabetes Association 1992 (Fact Sheet)
  • 56. 9) Maunder, Mike, - ΑNorth West Company Plans Program to Educate Aboriginals About Diabetes≅ - Winnipeg Free Press/Community Review North-Northeast, January 24, 1996 (Article) 10) Benjamin, Evan, MD - ΑProject Promotes Well-Being In Zuni Population≅ - The American College of Physician Executives, 1993, (Article) 11) Worral, Graham, - ΑProject Aims To Prevent Diabetes In Aboriginals≅ - The Medical Post, January 2-9/1996 (Article) 12) Appavoo, Donna, RD; Waboose, Rayanne RN & Harris, Stuart MD, CCFP, ACPM, - ΑSioux Lookout Diabetes Program≅ - Diabetes Dialogue, Fall 1994 (Article)
  • 57. 13) Paul, Alexandra, - ΑDialysis Patients On Hold; doctors rail at shortage≅ and Paul, Alexandra & Samyn, Paul, - ΑDialysis Relief On Way: Praznik≅ - Winnipeg Free Press June 10-11, 1997 (Articles) 14) Mitchell, Catherine; Logan, Marty, - ΑCure Is All They Want≅ - Winnipeg Free Press, Saturday, March 30, 1996 (Article) 15) Nepinak, Doug - ΑDiabetes and Indigenous Peoples International Conference≅ Weetamah, June 12, 1995 (Article) 16) Mooney, Koralie - ΑPrevention A Key to Reduce Diabetes In First Nations≅ - Keewatin Times, June 1995 (Article) 17) ΑAboriginals Are Four To Five Times More Likely To Get Diabetes Than Other People≅- InterMedia Transcript Service, CBC Radio May 29, 1995 (Transcript) 18) ΑNorthern First Nations Run For Diabetes≅ - The Community Voice May 22/97 (Article) ΑAboriginal Leaders To Run For Diabetes≅ - Portage la Prairie Daily Graphic May 27/97 (Article) ΑNatives Hold Run To Fight Diabetes≅ - Winnipeg Free Press May 27/97 (Article) ΑLeaders Run For Diabetes≅ - Roblin Review May 27/97 (Article) ΑRun For Diabetes Goes From Thompson To Winnipeg≅ - Opasquia Times May 23/97 (Article) ΑChiefs on the Run≅- Weetamah May 1997 (Article) 19) Ferguson, Rosanna, - ΑMarch For Election Attention≅ - Weetamah May 1997 (Article) 20) Beer, Graham, - ΑNIDDM In The Pima Indians; the development of oral hypoglycaemics; some interesting facts about diabetes≅ - Practical Diabete International September/October 1996 (Article) 21) George, Marge, - ΑDiabetes Part One & Understanding Diabetes and Treatment Part Two≅ - Kahtou, July 1995 (Article)
  • 58. 22) Deagle, George MD; McCracken, Eric, MB, Antone, Irwin, MD, Evers, Susan, PhD, - ΑA Diabetes Awareness Program In A Native Community≅ - Beta Release Vol. 10, No. 3 1986 (Article) 23) Taylor, Drew Hayden, - ΑWhen A Sweet Tooth Becomes A Biological Bomb≅ - The Globe And Mail, March 14, 1997 (Article) 24) Paul, Alexandra, - ΑNative Role In Reforms Unclear≅ - Winnipeg Free Press February 18, 1996 25) Elliott, Louise - ΑLack Of Defibrillators Slammed≅ - Sioux Lookout Bulletin, February 21, 1997 26) Martin, Nick - ΑNative Health Centre Praised≅ - Winnipeg Free Press June 7, 1997 (Article) 27) Jager, Manfred - ΑPrevention best medicine≅ - Winnipeg Free Press Feb. 11/96 (Article) 28) Forgues, Louise Aubrey - ΑPlanning Guide for the Prevention and Care of Diabetes in First Nations in Canada Α - Indian and Northern Health Services, Department of National Health and Welfare, 1994, (Guide) 29) ΑThe Silent Epidemic: Diabetes in the First Nations≅ - Dialogue, Volume 41 No. 3 Fall 1994 30) ΑDiabetes Mellitus≅ - Prairie Medical Journal, Diabetes Issue Vol. 65 No. 4 (Article) 31) ΑThe Diabetes Epidemic and Thrifty Genes≅ - Canadian Diabetes Vol. 6 No. 3 32) ΑDiabetes: Theory, Reality and Hope≅ - CDA - MB Banner, Summer 1995 (Article) 33) ΑDiabetes and Aboriginal People in Canada≅ - Health Canada, July 1994 (Information Sheet) 34) Robertson, Bud - ΑStalking The >Thrifty Gene≅ - Winnipeg Free Press May 16,1996 (Article) 35) Macaulay, A; Hanusaik, N; Delisle D.D. - ΑDiabetic Education Program In The Mohawk Community of Kahnawake, Quebec≅ - Canadian Family Physician July 1988 (Article)
  • 59. 36) Jackson, M.Y; Broussard, B. - ΑCultural Challenges In Nutrition Education Among American Indians≅ - The Diabetes Educator 1987 (Article) 37) Aubrey, Louise - ΑFramework For The PreventionAnd Care Of Diabetes In First Nations In Canada≅ - Indian and Northern Health Services, Department of National Health and Welfare 1994 (Guide) 38) White Shield, Rosemary - ΑProject Puts Diabetics In Charge≅ - Northern Plains Today June 11-18, 1996 (Article) 39) Brousseau, James D. - ΑNative Americans≅ - Diabetes Forecast September 1988 (Article) 40) Lloyd, Dorothy - ΑA Successful Diabetes Affair≅ - Health Beat Spring 1987 (Article) 41) Robertson, Bud - ΑDiabetes Rises In Manitoba - Aboriginal Adults Especially At Risk≅ - Winnipeg Free Press November 15, 1995 (Article) 42) MacGillivray, Donald - ΑDiabetes >Epidemic= - Incidence Among Natives Twice As High As Others≅ - Winnipeg Sun September 20, 1995 (Article) 43) Moharib, Nadia - ΑThe Dangers Of Diabetes - Disorder Endemic Among Native People≅ - Winnipeg Sun May 28, 1995 (Article) 44) Elliot, Louise - ΑDiabetes Will Soar Among Aboriginals, Says Study≅ - Portage La Prairie Daily Graphic October 14,1997 (Article) 45) Elliot, Louise - Α> Epidemic of Diabetes= Facing Natives:Study≅ - Winnipeg Free Press October 12, 1997 (Article) 46) Samuelian, Christine - ΑDiabetes Epidemic on Reserve - Major social, family disruption as natives seek treatment in city≅ - Winnipeg Free Press February 6, 1997 (Article) 47) Elliot, Louise - ΑCases of Diabetes Expected to Triple≅ - Windspeaker November 1997 (Article) 48) Mitchell, Susan - ΑCaring for the Health of the Natives≅ - Globe and Mail January 22, 1992 (Article) 49) Higgins, Micheal - ΑNative Peoples Take On Diabetes≅ - East West April 1991 (Article)
  • 60. 50) Burke, Marie - ΑPrevention needs to play a bigger role≅ - Windspeaker October 1998 (Article) 51) Watters, Catherine - ΑDiabetes Conference attracts over 200" - Thompson Nickel Belt News October 13, 1998 (Article) 52) Boyd, Gail - ΑTelehealth introduced to First Nations≅ - The First Perspective November 1998 (Article) 53) Brown, Sharon - ΑDiabetes Interventions for Minority Populations: We=re Really Not That Different, You and I≅ - Diabetes Spectrum Vol. 11, No 3 1998 (Article) 54) Mayer, A., Brown, T., Kelly, J. - ΑOf Muktuk and Men≅ - Diabetes Spectrum Vol. 11, No 3 1998 (Article) 55) Grinder, Barb - ΑEducator Takes the Mystery Out of Diabetes≅ - Windspeaker March 1999 (Article) 56) McKinley, Rob - ΑAlberta First Nations Walk for Awareness≅ - Windspeaker July 1998 (Article) 57) Kelly, Peter - ΑPodiatrist with a Mission≅ - Podiatry Today November 1996 (Article) 58) Guthrie, Patricia - ΑA peek at the neck may help doctors detect diabetes early≅ - The Albuquerque Tribune December 23, 1997 (Article) 59) Guthrie, Patricia - ΑStrangle Hold on Indian Country≅ - the Albuquerque Tribune December 22, 1997 (Article) 60) McKinley, Rob - ΑPrevention, education key to beating diabetes≅ - Windspeaker July 1998 (Article) 61) Grace, Heather - ΑBack to their Roots≅- Windspeaker September 1998 (Article) 62) Black, Joan - ΑScientists find diabetes link in Oji-Cree≅ - Windspeaker April 1999 (Article) 63) Kruzenga, Len - ΑGene discovery hold out hope for future diabetes treatment≅ - The first Perspective April 1999 (Article) 64) ΑDiabetes rates to double by year 2025, expert says≅ - Winnipeg Free Press November 20, 1998 (Article)
  • 61. 65) Mitchell, Catherine - ΑNative diabetes rates soaring, professor says≅ - Winnipeg Free Press November 23, 1998 (Article) 66) Green, Pamela - ΑA tale of two tribes: genetically the same, but oh so different≅ - Windspeaker April 1998 (Article) 67) Whyatt, Sabrina - ΑDiabetes sufferers need ongoing treatment≅ - Windspeaker August 1998 (Article) 68) ΑDiabetes and the First Nations≅ - The Canadian Journal of Paediatrics 1994 Vol.1 No. 7 (Article) 69) Habib, Marlene - ΑOttawa targets diabetes especially among natives≅ - Portage la Prairie Daily Graphic May 18, 1999 70) Davis, Jolene - ΑBetter education needed≅ - Windspeaker August 1999 71) Mitchell, Catherine - ΑThrifty gene costs natives= health≅ - Winnipeg Free Press March 9, 1999 72) Mitchell, Catherine - ΑGenetic mutation possible key≅ - Winnipeg Free Press March 10, 1999 73) ΑAn interview with Elder Frank Wesley≅ - Grassroots News June 1999 74) Roslin, Alex - ΑCree diabetes rate soars in Quebec≅ - Windspeaker July 1999 75) Lamirande, Todd - ΑMother=s Day walk for diabetes honours B.C. advocate≅ - The Drum May 1999 76) Kruzenga, Len - ΑNADA targets youth to fight diabetes≅ - The Drum May 1999 77) Black, Joan - ΑTravelling diabetes program popular in rural Alberta≅ - Windspeaker July 1999 78) Kruzenga, Len - ΑNADA targets Native youth to fight diabetes≅ - Windspeaker June 1999 79) Black, Joan - ΑDiabetic dilemma: traditional or Western medicine?≅ - Windspeaker June 1999 80) Elliot, Louise - ΑSandy Lake diabetes third highest in world≅ - The Sioux Lookout Bulletin January 29, 1999 81) Samyn, P., Rollason, K. ΑHealth of aboriginals in crisis, report says≅ -
  • 62. Winnipeg Free Press January 29, 1999 82) ΑFirst Nations healthcare in state of emergency≅ - Rossburn Review December 7, 1998 83) Russell, Susan - ΑBackground on diabetes in Manitoba≅ - The Drum August 1999 Aboriginal- Gestational 1) Laycock, M., Whiting, J. - ΑHarmony and Health: A Workshop On Gestational Diabetes for Native Health Workers≅ - Beta Release December 1990, (Article) 2) Burke, Marie - ΑPregnant women more at risk for diabetes≅ - Winspeaker October 1998 (Article) Aboriginal- Culture/Tradition 1) Bertorelli, A., Gallagher, A., - ΑDiabetes in Ethnic and Minority Groups: A Cultural Challenge≅ - Diabetes Care and Education December 1991 (Newsletter) 2) Buller, E., Hagey, R., - ΑDrumming and Dancing: A New Rhythm in Nursing Care≅ - Canadian Nurse Vol. 19 #9 (Article) 3) Feste, Catherine., - ΑStorytelling in Diabetes Education≅ - Diabetes Spectrum March/April 1995 (Article) 4) Brosseau, James D., - ΑFirst Settlers≅ - Diabetes Forecast January 1994 (Article) 5) Houlden, Robyn, - ΑHealth Beliefs in Two Ontario First Nations Populations≅ - Diabetes Dialogue Winter 1994 (Article) 6) Mazur, Marcia, - ΑJourney of the Spirit≅ - Diabetes Forecast January 1994 (Article) 7) Kipling, David R., - ΑThe Sacred Circle≅ - Health Beat Fall 1987 (Article) 8) Garro, L., - ΑUnderstanding Diabetes in Its Cultural Context: A Case Study of A Manitoba Ojibway Community≅ - Manitoba Medicine Fall 1989
  • 63. (Article) 9) Stewart, Jane - ΑTreating Aboriginal Diabetes With Cultural Sensitivity≅ - Health Sciences Centre Foundation newsletter Winter 1995 (Article) 10) O=Neil, J., Kaufert, J., Koolage, W., - ΑThe Role of Native Medical Interpreters in Diabetes Education≅ - Beta Release 1986 Vol. 10, No. 2 (Article) 11) Mitchell, Catherine, - ΑOttawa Cuts Out Curbs On Traditional Healers≅ - Winnipeg Free Press January 13, 1996 (Article) 12) Kinoshameg, Rosella, - ΑHealing Ourselves - Healing Our Health Care System≅ CDA Ontario Presentation 1992 13) Broussard, Brenda, - ΑA Return to Tradition≅ - Diabetes Forecast January 1994 (Article) 14) Paul, Alexandra, - ΑReturn to Healing - Aboriginal People Look to Traditional Methods≅ - Winnipeg Free Press March 16, 1997 (Article) 15) Gilliland, S., Carter, J., Perez, G., Two Feathers, J., Kenui, C., Mau, M. - ΑRecommendations for Development and Adaptation of Culturally Competent Community Health Interventions in Minority Populations with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus≅ - diabetes spectrum Vol. 11 No 3 1998 (Article) 16) Sinkewicz, Paul - ΑEducation program struggles against diabetes pandemic≅ - Windspeaker January 1999 (Article) 17) Lockyer, Debora - ΑAttention to culture extremely important≅ - Windspeaker November 1998 (Article) 18) Perez, Georgia - ΑThrough the Eyes of the Eagle≅ - Diabetes Forecast December 1998 (Article) 19) Story, Jane - ΑTraditional medicine found to be effective≅ - Windspeaker December 1998 (Article) 20) Kruzenga, Len - ΑCommunities tackle health issues using holistic approach≅ - Windspeaker April 1999 (Article) 21) Levine Mazur, Marcia - ΑLionel and his family - the Stewarts have found a new road to health in the lifestyle of their ancestors≅ - Diabetes Forecast December 1998
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