Research Group at the Arctic Change Conference

December 10th, 2014 | Posted by Research Group Coordinator in Uncategorized

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Members of the Health, Environment and Indigenous Communities research group are currently participating in the 2014 Arctic Change Conference, taking place in Ottawa between December 8th -12th, 2014.

Below is a schedule of the group members’ poster presentations and oral presentations. The complete program can be downloaded here.

Poster presentations (Canada Hall – Room 303)

Brigitte Evering (Poster #6) “Curriculum Development and Delivery for Science–Traditional Knowledge Learning on Environmental Issues in the North: A Review of the Yukon College Source Water Protection Course Experience”

Eric Lede (Poster #370) “A Climate Change and Public Health Needs Assessment Report Card for the North”

Kristeen McTavish (Poster #14) “Inuusuktut Qaujisarnilirijut: Inuit Youth Seeking to Gain Health Knowledge”

Shirin Nuesslein (Poster #46) “Evaluation of the Nasivvik Centre for Inuit Health and Changing Environments: Impacts of the program on capacity enhancement in the field of Inuit environmental health research”

Janet Kivett Knight (Poster #80) “Participant and End User Perspectives on the ArcticNet Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) as a Science to Policy Mechanism”

Paul McCarney (Poster #17) “Research, Management, and Community Priorities for Ringed Seals in Nunavut”

Emily Willson (Poster #35) “Addressing the ‘need’ for sustainable food security initiatives: Exploring Inuit perspectives of food needs in Hopedale, Nunatsiavut”

Jennie Knopp (Poster #22) “Understanding community-based monitoring of arctic char from the community perspective”

Cedric Juillet (Poster #36) “Food Insecurity in Inuit Communities: Supporting decision making through Bayesian Modeling”

Laura Martinez-Levasseur (Poster #9) “Dealing with limitations and biases when documenting Inuit Knowledge of Arctic marine species: the example of walrus in Nunavik (Quebec, Canada)”

Oral presentations at topical sessions

T26. Health and Well-Being in Arctic Communities: Advancements in Practices, Processes and Outcomes (Room 206; Co-chairs: Chris Furgal, Eric Loring)
Time: 10:30 to 12:00 (T26A), 13:30 to 15:00 (T26B), 15:30 to 17:00 (T26C)

  • Wednesday, Dec 10 2014 at 11:00am: “Identifying Indigenous Determinants of Health: Insights from Analysis of Inuit Self-Rated Health in Nunavik” by Nicole Bilodeau (Room 206)

T09B. Arctic Wildlife Co-Management Challenges and Solutions – Bringing Together Inuit and Scientific Knowledge (Room 210)

  • Thursday, Dec 11 2014, at 4:45pm: “Inuit Knowledge and Conservation of the Torngat Mountains Caribou Herd” by Mark Basterfield

T45. The Interface Between Science and Policy in the Arctic: New Perspectives on Knowledge to Action (Room 211; Co-chairs: David Hik, Chris Furgal, Aynslie Ogden)

T23. Energy Security for Arctic and Remote Communities

  • Friday, Dec 12 2014, at 11:00am: “Energy Resilience in Northern Communities: Critical Success Factors for Sustainable Northern Energy” by Lawrence Keyte

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