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Indigenous Peoples: Health Care

This guide supports Prof. Ulrike Wiethaus' courses on Indigenous Peoples.

Sources

The Center for Indigenous Medicine

A Profile of American Indians and Alaska Natives and Their Health Coverage
This report was sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation

Social Determinants and Indigenous Health: The International Experience and its Policy Implications  From the World Health Organization

Is the Media Part of the Aboriginal Health Problem and Part of the Solution? 
From Australian Policy Online.

Health Research Policy: a Case Study of Policy Change in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research
From Australian Policy Online.

In this report "Social Panorama of Latin America 2007" turn to page 55 to see "Social Agenda: Health Programmes and Policies for Indigenous Peoples in Latin America and the Caribbean and the International Social Agenda"

Regional Differences in Indian Health 2002 - 2003 Edition.
This publication of the Indian Health Service,
the companion publication to Trends in Indian Health, provides regional information on the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) based on data from the twelve Indian Health Service (IHS) regional administrative units called Area Offices.

Native American Health

American Indian Health
Provided by the National Library of Medicine, this site provides a wide array of information and data on health-related issues.

Indian Health Service
Published by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, this site focuses on American Indians and Alaska Natives.

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