SSM - Population Health
| 10.1016/j.ssmph.2021.100962


Bonding social capital and health within four First Nations communities in Canada: A cross-sectional study

To date, research on social capital in Indigenous contexts has been scarce. In this quantitative study, our objectives were to (1): Describe bonding social capital within four distinct First Nations communities in Canada, and (2) Explore the associations between bonding social capital and self-rated health in these communities.
| 10.32799/ijih.v16i2.33098


Entsisewata’karí:teke (You Will Be Healthy Again): Clinical Outcomes of Returning to a Traditional Haudenosaunee Diet

Haudenosaunee Peoples of eastern North America have a strong agricultural tradition and culture associated with maize horticulture. Traditional foodways and diet were disrupted after the people were dispossessed from traditional lands maintained prior to colonization. As a result, Haudenosaunee have been disconnected from their traditional diet and lifestyle, and chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity are increasing. Healthy Roots was developed in Six Nations of the Grand River territory by Haudenosaunee community members. It started as a 90-day challenge, in which participants adhere to a diet of traditional foods found in Haudenosaunee territories pre-European contact.
| 10.1016/S2542-5196(19)30237-2


Explaining The Variability In Cardiovascular Risk Factors Among First Nations Communities In Canada: A Population-Based Study

Historical, colonial, and racist policies continue to influence the health of Indigenous people, and they continue to have higher rates of chronic diseases and reduced life expectancy compared with non-Indigenous people. We determined factors accounting for variations in cardiovascular risk factors among First Nations communities in Canada.
| 10.1016/J.CJCO.2019.09.002


"All About Us": Indigenous Data Analysis Workshop-Capacity Building In The Canadian Alliance For Healthy Hearts And Minds First Nations Cohort

Research collaborations between non-Indigenous and Indigenous researchers primarily have been led by non-Indigenous researchers with privileged locations in university settings. Recognition of the importance of data sovereignty and control to enable Indigenous self-determination requires building data management and analysis capacities among Indigenous research partners. The Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds First Nations (CAHHM-FN) cohort study, a collaboration of 8 First Nations and researchers at 8 universities, convened a 3-day data management and analysis workshop.
| DOI: 10.1353/CPR.2018.0006


Canadian Alliance For Healthy Hearts And Minds: First Nations Cohort Study Rationale And Design

This is the first national indigenous cohort study in which a common, in-depth protocol with a common set of objectives has been adopted by several indigenous communities across Canada.
| 10.1186/S12889-016-3310-8


Rationale, Design, And Methods For Canadian Alliance For Healthy Hearts And Minds Cohort Study (CAHHM) - A Pan Canadian Cohort Study

The Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds (CAHHM) is a pan-Canadian, prospective, multi-ethnic cohort study being conducted in Canada. The overarching objective of the CAHHM is to understand the association of socio-environmental and contextual factors (such as societal structure, activity, nutrition, social and tobacco environments, and access to health services) with cardiovascular risk factors, subclinical vascular disease, and cardiovascular and other chronic disease outcomes.