Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre
Our goal is to enable health research to be conducted locally, by northerners, and with communities in a supportive, safe, culturally-sensitive and ethical environment, as well as promote the inclusion of both Inuit and Western epistemologies and methodologies (ways of knowing and doing) in addressing health concerns, creating healthy environments, and improving the health of Nunavummiut.
|Primary Contact||Gwen K. Healey||Gwen.email@example.com||(867) 979-2683|
|Secondary Contact||Michelle Boucherfirstname.lastname@example.org||(867) 975-2524|
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Aboriginal Government/ Homeland
Government of Nunavut, Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., Inuit Nunangat
Community Research Facility
Main Research Disciplines
Social Science, Traditional/Aboriginal Knowledge, Health, Public Health, Communicable Disease
Operational since 2006.
Includes: Circumpolar Innovations in Health Systems; Mental Health and Suicide in Circumpolar countries; Mental Health/Wellness intervention, research and community advocacy; Health-related Indicators of Climate Change in NU; Parenting Program; Youth Camps; etc.
Telephone, Internet, Computer, Printer/Scanner
None. Health Researchers coming into Nunavut from outside of the territory require a research license from the Nunavut Research Institute: www.nri.nu.ca
Special Rules and Regulations
Local External Resources
Nearest Medical Service
Qikiqtani General Hospital (10 minute drive)