Heather Castleden
Heather Castleden
Canada Research Chair in Reconciling Relations for Health, Environments, & Communities, Queen's U.
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TitleCited byYear
Modifying Photovoice for community-based participatory Indigenous research
H Castleden, T Garvin
Social science & medicine 66 (6), 1393-1405, 2008
5832008
Sloan Morgan, V., & Lamb, C.(2012).“I spent the first year drinking tea”: Exploring Canadian university researchers’ perspectives on community-based participatory research …
H Castleden
The Canadian Geographer 56 (2), 160-179, 0
257*
“I spent the first year drinking tea”: Exploring Canadian university researchers’ perspectives on community‐based participatory research involving Indigenous peoples
H Castleden, VS Morgan, C Lamb
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 56 (2), 160-179, 2012
2312012
“I spent the first year drinking tea”: Exploring Canadian university researchers’ perspectives on community‐based participatory research involving Indigenous peoples
H Castleden, VS Morgan, C Lamb
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 56 (2), 160-179, 2012
2312012
Reflection on teaching and epistemological structure: reflective and critically reflective processes in ‘pure/soft’and ‘pure/hard’fields
C Kreber, H Castleden
Higher Education 57 (4), 509-531, 2009
992009
Huu-ay-aht First Nation.(2008)
H Castleden, T Garvin
Modifying photovoice for community-based participatory Indigenous research …, 0
90
“It’s not necessarily the distance on the map…”: Using place as an analytic tool to elucidate geographic issues central to rural palliative care
H Castleden, VA Crooks, N Schuurman, N Hanlon
Health & place 16 (2), 284-290, 2010
622010
Self-regulated learning about university teaching: an exploratory study
C Kreber, H Castleden, N Erfani, T Wright
Teaching in Higher Education 10 (1), 75-97, 2005
622005
“Hishuk Tsawak”(everything is one/connected): a Huu-ay-aht worldview for seeing forestry in British Columbia, Canada
H Castleden, T Garvin, HF Nation
Society and Natural Resources 22 (9), 789-804, 2009
562009
“Hishuk Tsawak”(everything is one/connected): a Huu-ay-aht worldview for seeing forestry in British Columbia, Canada
H Castleden, T Garvin, HF Nation
Society and Natural Resources 22 (9), 789-804, 2009
562009
Researchers' perspectives on collective/community co-authorship in community-based participatory indigenous research
H Castleden, VS Morgan, A Neimanis
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 5 (4), 23-32, 2010
532010
Unintended consequences of regulating drinking water in rural Canadian communities: Examples from Atlantic Canada
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Health & place 17 (5), 1030-1037, 2011
512011
Community‐based participatory research involving Indigenous peoples in Canadian geography: Progress? An editorial introduction
H Castleden, M Mulrennan, A Godlewska
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 56 (2), 155-159, 2012
492012
Water systems, sanitation, and public health risks in remote communities: Inuit resident perspectives from the Canadian Arctic
K Daley, H Castleden, R Jamieson, C Furgal, L Ell
Social Science & Medicine 135, 124-132, 2015
442015
The human dimension of water safety plans: a critical review of literature and information gaps
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Environmental Reviews 23 (1), 24-29, 2015
432015
Providers’ perceptions of Aboriginal palliative care in British Columbia’s rural interior
H Castleden, VA Crooks, N Hanlon, N Schuurman
Health & social care in the community 18 (5), 483-491, 2010
412010
Municipal water quantities and health in Nunavut households: an exploratory case study in Coral Harbour, Nunavut, Canada
K Daley, H Castleden, R Jamieson, C Furgal, L Ell
International journal of circumpolar health 73 (1), 23843, 2014
372014
“We listen to our Elders. You live longer that way”: Examining aquatic risk communication and water safety practices in Canada's North
AR Giles, H Castleden, AC Baker
Health & place 16 (1), 1-9, 2010
352010
Leashes and lies: Navigating the colonial tensions of institutional ethics of research involving Indigenous peoples in Canada
ML Stiegman, H Castleden
International Indigenous Policy Journal 6 (3), 2015
312015
Refining a location analysis model using a mixed methods approach: Community readiness as a key factor in siting rural palliative care services
VA Crooks, N Schuurman, J Cinnamon, H Castleden, R Johnston
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 5 (1), 77-95, 2011
302011
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