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Social Determinants of Health Among Indigenous Peoples
Date: Nov. 22, 2018 @ 7PM
Location: Ondaatje Hall, 6135 University Avenue, Marion McCain Arts & Social Sciences building
Fall 2018 Term: ESS Lecture Series
Debbie Martin is a Tier II Canada Research Chair and professor of Indigenous Peoples Health and Well-Being in Dalhousie's School of Health and Human Performance. She has conducted extensive community-based research into factors influencing the rate of chronic disease among Canada's Indigenous peoples. Much of her research draws upon the Two-Eyed Seeing concept and she is widely recognized for her work identifying the historical, societal, and racial inequalities within Indigenous communities and our health-care system.
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