2016 Annual ArcticNet Scientific Meeting – PHOTOS

December 14th, 2016 | Posted by Research Group Coordinator in Uncategorized

Members of the Health, Environment and Indigenous Communities Research Group participated in the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, between December 5th – 9th. It was a great opportunity to share, learn and engage with the wider Arctic research community!

dsc_1336-1Current and former HEIC research group members and project collaborators

Back (left to right): Megan Dicker, Kristeen McTavish, Mark Basterfield, Shirin Nuesslein,
Kaitlin Breton-Honeyman, Jennie Knopp, Prof. Chris Furgal, Vinay Rajdev, Katie Rosa, Eric Lede
Front (left to right): Kayla Bruce, Cecile Lyall, Agata Durkalec, Coral Voss, Lindsay Thackeray


PHOTOS OF PRESENTATIONS

Panel Discussion - ‘Vision for Sustainable Arctic Communities’  Chair: Chris Furgal; Panellists (left to right): Sherilee Harper, Megan Dicker, Jamie Snook, Shelly Elverum

Panel Discussion – ‘Vision for Sustainable Arctic Communities’
Panellists (left to right: Sherilee Harper, Megan Dicker, Jamie Snook, Shelly Elverum); Chair: Chris Furgal

EVALUATING CONTAMINANTS LEARNING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM’S WILDLIFE, CONTAMINANTS AND HEALTH WORKSHOP Nuesslein, Shirin, C. Furgal, M. Gamberg, J. Shirley, J. Carpenter and J. F. Provencher

Shirin Nuesslein

EVALUATING CONTAMINANTS LEARNING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM’S WILDLIFE, CONTAMINANTS AND HEALTH WORKSHOP
Nuesslein, Shirin, C. Furgal, M. Gamberg, J. Shirley, J. Carpenter and J. F. Provencher

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING AROUND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES: CASE STUDY OF THE COMMUNITY-LED FOOD ASSESSMENT PROCESS IN NUNATSIAVUT AND NUNAVUT McTavish, Kristeen, C. Furgal, S. Hill and NiKigijavut Nunatsiavutinni Project Team

Kristeen McTavish

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING AROUND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES: CASE STUDY OF THE COMMUNITY-LED FOOD ASSESSMENT PROCESS IN NUNATSIAVUT AND NUNAVUT
McTavish, Kristeen, C. Furgal, S. Hill and NiKigijavut Nunatsiavutinni Project Team

EVALUATING CONTAMINANTS LEARNING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM’S WILDLIFE, CONTAMINANTS AND HEALTH WORKSHOP Nuesslein, Shirin, C. Furgal, M. Gamberg, J. Shirley, J. Carpenter and J. F. Provencher

Shirin Nuesslein

EVALUATING CONTAMINANTS LEARNING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM’S WILDLIFE, CONTAMINANTS AND HEALTH WORKSHOP
Nuesslein, Shirin, C. Furgal, M. Gamberg, J. Shirley, J. Carpenter and J. F. Provencher

THE ROLE OF POLICY IN ARCTIC FOOD (IN) SECURITY: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY OF NUNAVIK Thackeray, Lindsay and C. Furgal

Lindsay Thackeray

THE ROLE OF POLICY IN ARCTIC FOOD (IN) SECURITY: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY OF NUNAVIK
Thackeray, Lindsay and C. Furgal

 

LIST OF PRESENTATIONS

FOOD SECURITY EXPERIENCES IN NUNAVIK: TOWARDS A MULTIVARIATE UNDERSTANDING OF A GENDER-BASED APPROACH TO DEVELOP INTERVENTIONS AND PROMOTE FOOD SECURITY
Fillion, Myriam, M Lucas, E A. Laouan Sidi and C. Furgal

WHAT WE DON’T UNDERSTAND ABOUT FOOD SECURITY IN THE ARCTIC: INSIGHTS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Furgal, Chris, C. Pirkle, L. Teh, G. Muckle and M. Lucas

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING AROUND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES: CASE STUDY OF THE COMMUNITY-LED FOOD ASSESSMENT PROCESS IN NUNATSIAVUT AND NUNAVUT
McTavish, Kristeen, C. Furgal, S. Hill and NiKigijavut Nunatsiavutinni Project Team

EVALUATING CONTAMINANTS LEARNING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM’S WILDLIFE, CONTAMINANTS AND HEALTH WORKSHOP
Nuesslein, Shirin, C. Furgal, M. Gamberg, J. Shirley, J. Carpenter and J. F. Provencher

RINGED SEAL FEEDING ECOLOGY DETERMINED THROUGH LOCAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND STOMACH CONTENT ANALYSIS
Ghazal, Maha, C. Furgal and S. Ferguson

GOING OFF, GROWING STRONG: RESULTS FROM A MIXED-METHODS PROGRAM EVALUATION TARGETING AT-RISK INUIT YOUTH
Hackett, Christina, E. Obed, D. Angnatok, C. Pamak, D. Baikie, R. Dicker, L. Angnatok, R. Laing, T. Sheldon and C. Furgal

STRESSORS OR STRESSES? ADDRESSING THE NUANCES OF MULTIPLE STRESSORS IN HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE SCHOLARSHIP IN THE ARCTIC
Lede, Eric, T. Pearce and C. Furgal

THE ENUK PROGRAM: PARTICIPATORY, COMMUNITY-LED ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH SURVEILLANCE WITH INUIT IN RIGOLET, NUNATSIAVUT, CANADA
Sawatzky, Alexandra, A. Cunsolo, D. Gillis, A. Bunce, O. Cook, I. Shiwak, C. Flowers, J. Shiwak, J. Ford, C. Furgal, V. Edge, The Rigolet Inuit Community Government RICG and S. Harper

THE ROLE OF POLICY IN ARCTIC FOOD (IN) SECURITY: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY OF NUNAVIK
Thackeray, Lindsay and C. Furgal

 

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