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1,6-9) Key national research ethics documents developed out of collaborative processes led by Aboriginal peoples include the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO)'s OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access, Possession) Principles document, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Guidelines for Health Research Involving Aboriginal People.
I went in with a Bachelor of Social Work," she said, adding she also worked for the National Aboriginal Health Organization in Ottawa.
Jodie-Lynn Waddilove from the Munsee-Delaware Nation has been selected as one of 12 National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) national Aboriginal role models for 2006.
Director of the Metis Centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization, Catherine Graham, believes the DVD and discussion guide will act as great resources for those who work with Metis youth in communities across Canada.
Even the National Aboriginal Health Organization based in Ottawa lists this American resource and can recommend no Canadian equivalent.
17 - 19, 2003 Piikani Nation Crow Lodge Complex, AB (403) 627-4224 see ad page 12 NATIONAL ABORIGINAL HEALTH ORGANIZATION FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND HEALTH FAIR: HEALTH - GET WITH IT
With the new knowledge and collaboration with Aboriginal youth, the Native Canadian Centre and the National Aboriginal Health Organization, Kids Help Phone hopes to reach out more effectively now to Aboriginal youth.
OTTAWA Bernice Downey, a registered nurse and founding member of the Aboriginal-controlled National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO), has recently been appointed the organization's executive director.