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Research with Aboriginal peoples: Authentic relationships as a precursor to ethical research
JR Bull
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 5 (4), 13-22, 2010
1492010
Animating the concept of “ethical space”: the Labrador Aboriginal health research Committee ethics workshop
F Brunger, R Schiff, M Morton-Ninomiya, J Bull
International Journal of Indigenous Health 10 (1), 3-15, 2014
28*2014
Whose agenda is it? Regulating health research ethics in Labrador
F Brunger, J Bull
Études/Inuit/Studies 35 (1-2), 127-142, 2011
212011
A community-driven and evidence-based approach to developing mental wellness strategies in First Nations: a program protocol
M Morton Ninomiya, NP George, J George, R Linklater, J Bull, S Plain, ...
Research involvement and engagement 6 (1), 1-12, 2020
162020
Research governance in NunatuKavut: engagement, expectations and evolution
J Bull, A Hudson
International Journal of Circumpolar Health 77 (1), 2018
142018
9. A Two-Eyed Seeing Approach to Research Ethics Review: An Indigenous Perspective
J Bull
The ethics rupture, 167-186, 2018
142018
Shifting practise: Recognizing Indigenous rights holders in research ethics review
J Bull, K Beazley, J Shea, C MacQuarrie, A Hudson, K Shaw, F Brunger, ...
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal, 2019
122019
NunatuKavut community health needs assessment: A community based research project
DH Martin, JE Valcour, JR Bull, JR Graham, M Paul, D Wall
NunatuKavut Community Council Incorporated, 2012
102012
Relational and reflexive research: peoples, policies, and priorities at play in ethically approving research with Indigenous peoples
J Bull
University of New Brunswick., 2019
62019
Indigenous self-determination and data governance in the Canadian policy context
RK Rowe, JR Bull, JD Walker
Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Policy, 81-98, 2020
42020
Defining Our'Ethical Space': Labrador Innu, Inuit and Inuit-Métis Perspectives on the Governance of Health Research
JR Bull
University of Prince Edward Island, 2008
32008
Autoethnography and Ethics: Sovereignty, Self-Determination, and Strategies
J Bull
Indigenous Research Ethics: Claiming Research Sovereignty Beyond Deficit and …, 2020
12020
Indigenizing academia: student reflections on aboriginal health research in Canada
J Bull, A Heaslip, GRMI Iskwew
The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 34 (1), 185, 2014
12014
Creating cultural connections through Mawi'omi: the Aboriginal student center at the University of Prince Edward Island
K Critchley, J Bull
The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 31 (1), 187, 2011
12011
Authentic research relationships to improve Aboriginal health
JR Bull
Halifax, Nova Scotia: Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program, 2009
12009
Weaving Autoethnography, Poetry, Digital Storytelling, and Empirical Inquiry to Re-story the Research Ethics Regulatory System in Canada
J Bull
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH 80, 2021
2021
Research is reflexive and relational: promoting and practicing ethical research with indigenous peoples
J Bull
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH 80, 2021
2021
From Theory to Practice: Indigenous Research Ethics in Action.
J Bull
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH 75, 44-44, 2016
2016
Sharing Knowledge across Nations
F Brunger, R Schiff, M Morton-Ninomiya, J Bull, S Flicker, J Danforth, ...
International Journal 10 (1), 2014
2014
A LOSS OF COLOUR: MENTAL HEALTH IN SOUTH LABRADOR COASTAL COMMUNITIES
J Valcour, D Martin, J Bull, M Paul, J Graham, D Wall
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY 173, S312-S312, 2011
2011
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