|Title||A Scoping Study of Cultural Interventions to Treat Addictions in Indigenous Populations: Methods, Strategies and Insights from a Two-Eyed Seeing Approach|
|Created by:||Margo Rowan, Nancy Poole, Beverley Shea, David Mykota, Marwa Farag ... Laura Hall ... Barbara Fornssler, Colleen Anne Dell|
|Description:||Research looked at interventions and their effectiveness. Includes literature review, and consultations with 12 National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program and Youth Solvent Addiction Program treatment centres through a series of focus groups
Part of the three-year study Honouring Our Strengths: Indigenous Culture as Intervention in Addiction Treatment.
|Citation:||Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, Vol. 10, 2015, p. article no. 26.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Health and Well-being > Health Care Practices > Contemporary
Indigenous Studies Portal > Health and Well-being > Substance Use, Abuse & Treatment
Indigenous Studies Portal > Health and Well-being > Health Care Practices > Traditional
|Names:||Dell, Colleen [Find offline items]
Mykota, David [Find offline items]
Fornssler, Barb [Find offline items]
Farag, Marwa [Find offline items]
Rowan, Margo [Find offline items]
Hall, Laura [Find offline items]