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Population-specific HIV/AIDS status report : Aboriginal peoples

Author: Public Health Agency of Canada.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : Public Health Agency of Canada, 2010
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Genre/Form: Statistics
Statistiques
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Public Health Agency of Canada.
ISBN: 9781100158730 1100158731
OCLC Number: 716054304
Notes: 7. Conclusions: 7.1 References.
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 122 p.) : ill., map, digital file.
Contents: 1. Introduction. 1.1 Meaning and Use of Evidence in this Report --
1.2 Methodology --
1.3 References. 2. Demographic Profile. 2.1 Population Size and Projected Growth --
2.2 Geographic location: 2.2.1 First Nations; 2.2.2 Inuit; 2.2.3 Métis; 2.2.4 Population mobility, housing and homelessness --
2.3 Age --
2.4 Sex --
2.5 Language: 2.5.1 First Nations; 2.5.2 Inuit; 2.5.3 Métis --
2.6 Education: 2.6.1 First Nations; 2.6.2 Inuit; 2.6.3 Métis --
2.7 Employment: 2.7.1 First Nations; 2.7.2 Inuit; 2.7.3 Métis --
2.8 Income: 2.8.1 First Nations; 2.8.2 Inuit; 2.8.3 Métis --
2.9 Health status: 2.9.1 First Nations; 2.9.2 Inuit; 2.9.3 Métis --
2.10 References. 3. Status of the Concentrated HIV/AIDS Epidemic among Aboriginal Peoples. 3.1 Overview of the Concentrated HIV/AIDS Epidemic among Aboriginal Peoples --
3.2 Sex --
3.3 Perinatal Transmission --
3.4 Age --
3.5 Injection Drug Use --
3.6 Gay, Two-Spirit, Bisexual and other Men Who Have Sex with Men --
3.7 Lesbian, Two-Spirit, Bisexual and other Women Who Have Sex with Women --
3.8 People in Prison --
3.9 HIV Co-morbidity --
3.10 References. 4. Current Evidence on Factors that Impact Aboriginal Peoples' Resiliency and Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS. 4.1 Determinants of health: 4.1.1 Culture; 4.1.2 Social Environments and Social Support Networks; 4.1.3 Income, Education and Employment; 4.1.4 Physical Environments; 4.1.5 Personal Health Practices and Coping Skills; 4.1.6 Healthy Child Development; 4.1.7 Biology and Genetic Endowment; 4.1.8 Health Services; 4.1.9 Gender; 4.1.10 Residential Schools --
4.2 References. 5. Current HIV/AIDS Research. 5.1 Methodology --
5.2 Research Analysis: 5.2.1 Geographic distribution of research projects; 5.2.2 Research projects addressing prevention, care and treatment; 5.2.3 Research projects addressing specific populations; 5.2.4 Resilience; 5.2.5 Community research capacity, research dissemination and knowledge transfer --
5.3 Areas for Further Research --
5.4 References. 6. Current Response to HIV/AIDS among Aboriginal Peoples. 6.1 Methodology --
6.2 Overview --
6.3 Population-specific Strategies --
6.4 Population-specific Networks, Coalitions and Advisory Bodies --
6.5 Program Analysis: 6.5.1 Response to HIV/AIDS among First Nations off-reserve, Inuit and Métis populations; 6.5.2 Response to HIV/AIDS among First Nations populations living on-reserve; 6.5.3 Response to HIV/AIDS among Aboriginal people in prison --
6.6 References. Appendix A: 1) Search terms; 2) Databases searched --
Appendix B: Research Projects Focusing on HIV/AIDS among Aboriginal Peoples --
Appendix C: 1) Population-specific Networks, Coalitions and Advisory Bodies --
2) Organizations Involved in the Delivery of Programs and Time-Limited Projects (2006-2008) Addressing HIV/AIDS among Aboriginal Populations Residing Off-Reserve.
Other Titles: Aboriginal peoples
Rapport d'étape sur le VIH/SIDA et les populations distinctes, Autochtones
Responsibility: Public Health Agency of Canada.
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