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IPHRC Staff Profile: Dustin Brass

Dustin Brass, from Key First Nation, is a Community Research Associate for our CIHR-funded research that will use a variety of arts-based methods and activities to support wellness in Aboriginal youth.  Our activities include delivering arts-based after-school programs in a number of First Nations communities, including Pasqua & Peepeekisis First Nation as well as inner city Regina....
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IPHRC Staff Profile: Tarun Katapally

Tarun Katapally brings a diverse skill set and experience spanning three continents. He is a medical doctor with clinical experience in India and UK. After his stint as a clinician, he moved to Philadelphia where he obtained his masters in health administration before he decided to pursue his PhD in population health science. Specific to population health, Tarun's interests focus on...
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IPHRC Staff Profile: Julian Robbins

Growing up in southwestern Ontario, Julian Robbins is a mixed race person with Mi’kmaq ancestry. He completed a PhD in August 2013 through the Indigenous Studies Department at Trent University where he focused on First Nations self-determination in the health field with a particular emphasis on traditional health and healing.   His future ambitions include the continued support,...
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Free Educational Materials Released for National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW)

One of our Research Affiliates from the University of Saskatchewan, Dr. Colleen Dell - Canada Research Chair, kicks off National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW) with a release of free products brochure for front-line workers.NAAW starts November 17-21, 2014. Dell's message: "To mark National Addictions Awareness Week this week, I am excited to share that our office released its...
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IPHRC Staff Profile: Janice Victor

Janice Victor is originally from the Edmonton area. She recently joined IPHRC in August 2014. Janice completed her BA (Honours) at Wilfrid Laurier University and completed her PhD in the Department of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. Her interests include: psyschological anthropology, power and social justice, environmental justice, culture and mortality, gendering processes and...
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