John D O'Neil
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Understanding the social and cultural contexts of female sex workers in Karnataka, India: implications for prevention of HIV infection
JF Blanchard, J O’Neil, BM Ramesh, P Bhattacharjee, T Orchard, S Moses
The Journal of infectious diseases 191 (Supplement_1), S139-S146, 2005
Analysis of a dialogue on risks in childbirth: clinicians, epidemiologists, and Inuit women
P Kaufert, J O’Neil
Knowledge, power and practice: The anthropology of medicine and everyday …, 1993
Closing the health equity gap: evidence-based strategies for primary health care organizations
AJ Browne, CM Varcoe, ST Wong, VL Smye, J Lavoie, D Littlejohn, D Tu, ...
International Journal for Equity in Health 11 (1), 59, 2012
Dhandha, dharma and disease: traditional sex work and HIV/AIDS in rural India
J O’Neil, T Orchard, RC Swarankar, JF Blanchard, K Gurav, S Moses
Social science & medicine 59 (4), 851-860, 2004
Access to primary care from the perspective of Aboriginal patients at an urban emergency department
AJ Browne, VL Smye, P Rodney, SY Tang, B Mussell, J O'Neil
Qualitative Health Research 21 (3), 333-348, 2011
Changing the relations of surveillance: the development of a discourse of resistance in Aboriginal epidemiology
JD O'NEIL, JR Reading, A Leader
Human organization, 230-237, 1998
Cardiovascular diseases in a Canadian Arctic population.
TK Young, ME Moffatt, JD O'Neil
American Journal of Public Health 83 (6), 881-887, 1993
Coping with stress among Aboriginal women and men with diabetes in Winnipeg, Canada
Y Iwasaki, J Bartlett, J O’Neil
Social science & medicine 60 (5), 977-988, 2005
The role of collectives in STI and HIV/AIDS prevention among female sex workers in Karnataka, India
SS Halli, BM Ramesh, J O'Neil, S Moses, JF Blanchard
AIDS care 18 (7), 739-749, 2006
The politics of health in the fourth world: a northern Canadian example
J D O'Neil
Human Organization 45 (2), 119, 1986
Biphasic fracture risk in diabetes: a population-based study
WD Leslie, LM Lix, HJ Prior, S Derksen, C Metge, J O'Neil
Bone 40 (6), 1595-1601, 2007
The cultural and political context of patient dissatisfaction in cross‐cultural clinical encounters: A Canadian Inuit Study
JD O'Neil
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 3 (4), 325-344, 1989
Colonial stress in the Canadian Arctic: An ethnography of young adults changing
JD O’Neil
Anthropology and epidemiology, 249-274, 1986
Social capital and youth suicide risk factors in First Nations communities
J Mignone, J O’neil
Canadian Journal of Public Health 96 (1), S51-S54, 2005
Have investments in on-reserve health services and initiatives promoting community control improved First Nations’ health in Manitoba?
JG Lavoie, EL Forget, T Prakash, M Dahl, P Martens, JD O’Neil
Social Science & Medicine 71 (4), 717-724, 2010
Cooptation and control: The reconstruction of Inuit birth
PA Kaufert, JD O'Neil
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 4 (4), 427-442, 1990
Biomedical rituals and informed consent: Native Canadians and the negotiation of clinical trust
JM Kaufert, JD O’Neil
Social science perspectives on medical ethics, 41-63, 1990
‘Trying to make it all come together’: structuration and employed mothers' experience of family food provisioning in Canada
J Slater, G Sevenhuysen, B Edginton, J O'neil
Health Promotion International 27 (3), 405-415, 2011
Best practices in intercultural health: five case studies in Latin America
J Mignone, J Bartlett, J O'Neil, T Orchard
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 3 (1), 31, 2007
Poisoned food: Cultural resistance to the contaminants discourse in Nunavik
JD O'Neil, B Elias, A Yassi
Arctic Anthropology, 29-40, 1997
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