Debbie Martin
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Two-eyed seeing: a framework for understanding indigenous and non-indigenous approaches to indigenous health research
DH Martin
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive 44 (2), 2012
Understanding community-based participatory research through a social movement framework: a case study of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project
MC Tremblay, DH Martin, AM McComber, A McGregor, AC Macaulay
BMC public health 18 (1), 487, 2018
Does moving from a high-poverty to lower-poverty neighborhood improve mental health? A realist review of ‘Moving to Opportunity’
L Jackson, L Langille, R Lyons, J Hughes, D Martin, V Winstanley
Health & place 15 (4), 961-970, 2009
Reconciliation and relationality in water research and management in Canada: Implementing indigenous ontologies, epistemologies, and methodologies
H Castleden, C Hart, A Cunsolo, S Harper, D Martin
Water Policy and Governance in Canada, 69-95, 2017
Renewable energy and energy autonomy: how Indigenous peoples in Canada are shaping an energy future
RD Stefanelli, C Walker, D Kornelsen, D Lewis, DH Martin, J Masuda, ...
Environmental Reviews 27 (1), 95-105, 2019
Can we Build on Social Movement Theories to Develop and Improve Community‐Based Participatory Research? A Framework Synthesis Review
MC Tremblay, DH Martin, AC Macaulay, P Pluye
American journal of community psychology 59 (3-4), 333-362, 2017
Indigenous voices and knowledge systems–promoting planetary health, health equity, and sustainable development now and for future generations
M Ratima, D Martin, H Castleden, T Delormier
Global health promotion 26 (3_suppl), 3-5, 2019
Enhancing Indigenous health promotion research through two-eyed seeing: A hermeneutic relational process
RB Hovey, T Delormier, AM McComber, L Lévesque, D Martin
Qualitative health research 27 (9), 1278-1287, 2017
First Nations, Inuit and Métis health: Considerations for Canadian health leaders in the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report
M McNally, D Martin
Healthcare management forum 30 (2), 117-122, 2017
“I Don't Think that Any Peer Review Committee... Would Ever ‘Get’What I Currently Do”: How Institutional Metrics for Success and Merit Risk Perpetuating the (Re) production of …
H Castleden, P Sylvestre, D Martin, M McNally
The International Indigenous Policy Journal 6 (4), 2, 2015
Are the pens working for justice? News media coverage of renewable energy involving Indigenous Peoples in Canada
C Walker, A Alexander, MB Doucette, D Lewis, HT Neufeld, D Martin, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 57, 101230, 2019
“Thank You Very Much... You Can Leave Our Community Now.”: Geographies of Responsibility, Relational Ethics, Acts of Refusal, and the Conflicting Requirements of Academic …
P Sylvestre, H Castleden, D Martin, M McNally
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 17 (3), 750-779, 2018
The tools at their fingertips: How settler colonial geographies shape medical educators’ strategies for grappling with Anti-Indigenous racism
P Sylvestre, H Castleden, J Denis, D Martin, A Bombay
Social Science & Medicine 237, 112363, 2019
Implementing Indigenous and Western Knowledge Systems in Water Research and Management (Part 1): A Systematic Realist Review to Inform Water Policy and Governance in Canada
HE Castleden, C Hart, S Harper, D Martin, A Cunsolo, R Stefanelli, L Day, ...
The International Indigenous Policy Journal 8 (4), 7, 2017
Implementing the Tri-Council Policy on Ethical Research Involving Indigenous Peoples in Canada: So, How’s That Going in Mi’kma’ki?
C Moore, HE Castleden, S Tirone, D Martin
The International Indigenous Policy Journal 8 (2), 4, 2017
Experiences with integrative Indigenous and Western knowledge in water research and management: a systematic realist review of literature from Canada, Australia, New Zealand …
RD Stefanelli, H Castleden, SL Harper, D Martin, A Cunsolo, C Hart
Environmental Reviews 25 (3), 323-333, 2017
Nutrition transition and the public-health crisis: Aboriginal perspectives on food and eating
D Martin
Critical perspectives in food studies, 228-241, 2012
Off-grid energy sustainability in Nunatukavut, Labrador: Centering Inuit voices on heat insecurity in diesel-powered communities
N Mercer, P Parker, A Hudson, D Martin
Energy Research & Social Science 62, 101382, 2020
" Put It Near the Indians": Indigenous Perspectives on Pulp Mill Contaminants in Their Traditional Territories (Pictou Landing First Nation, Canada)
H Castleden, E Bennett, D Lewis, D Martin
Progress in community health partnerships: research, education, and action …, 2017
Implementing Indigenous and Western Knowledge Systems (Part 2):“You Have to Take a Backseat” and Abandon the Arrogance of Expertise
HE Castleden, D Martin, A Cunsolo, S Harper, C Hart, P Sylvestre, ...
The International Indigenous Policy Journal 8 (4), 8, 2017
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