Melody E. Morton Ninomiya
Melody E. Morton Ninomiya
Wilfrid Laurier University, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
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Reconciling community-based Indigenous research and academic practices: Knowing principles is not always enough
MEM Ninomiya, NJ Pollock
Social science & medicine 172, 28-36, 2017
672017
Sexual health education in Newfoundland and Labrador schools: Junior high school teachers' experiences, coverage of topics, comfort levels and views about professional practice.
MM Ninomiya
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 19, 2010
462010
Effective knowledge translation approaches and practices in indigenous health research: a systematic review protocol
MEM Ninomiya, D Atkinson, S Brascoupé, M Firestone, N Robinson, ...
Systematic reviews 6 (1), 34, 2017
162017
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
132014
Collaborative Action on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention: Principles for Enacting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Call to Action# 33
L Wolfson, N Poole, M Morton Ninomiya, D Rutman, S Letendre, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (9), 1589, 2019
82019
Vagueness, power and public health: use of ‘vulnerable ‘in public health literature
AS Katz, BJ Hardy, M Firestone, A Lofters, ME Morton-Ninomiya
Critical Public Health 30 (5), 601-611, 2020
72020
A decolonizing method of inquiry: using institutional ethnography to facilitate community-based research and knowledge translation
ME Morton Ninomiya, N Hurley, J Penashue
Critical Public Health 30 (2), 220-231, 2020
72020
Fostering the conduct of ethical and equitable research practices: the imperative for integrated knowledge translation in research conducted by and with indigenous community …
J Jull, M Morton-Ninomiya, I Compton, A Picard
Research Involvement and Engagement 4 (1), 45, 2018
62018
More than words: Using visual graphics for community-based health research
MEM Ninomiya
Canadian Journal of Public Health 108 (1), e91-e94, 2017
62017
A community-driven and evidence-based approach to developing mental wellness strategies in First Nations: a program protocol
MM Ninomiya, NP George, J George, R Linklater, J Bull, S Plain, ...
Research involvement and engagement 6 (1), 1-12, 2020
32020
Buffering effects of social support for Indigenous males and females living with historical trauma and loss in 2 First Nation communities
JG Sharon Bernards, Samantha Wells, Melody Morton Ninomiya, Sara Plain ...
International Journal of Circumpolar Health 78 (2), 2019
32019
The rationale for developing a programme of services by and for Indigenous men in a First Nations community
J George, M Morton Ninomiya, K Graham, S Bernards, S Wells
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 2019
32019
Revealing disjunctures: Making tensions between fetal alcohol spectrum disorder diagnoses and institutional supports visible
MEM Ninomiya
Children and Youth Services Review 59, 38-46, 2015
32015
Sexual health education: Silenced by diplomacy and political correctness
MEM Ninomiya
32009
The past, present, and future of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder work in Newfoundland and Labrador: A landscape paper for change
K Dunbar Winsor, ME Morton Ninomiya
Birth defects research 110 (16), 1215-1222, 2018
22018
Institutional ethnography as an instrument of change: making an emancipatory method of inquiry visible
ME Morton-Ninomiya
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2015
12015
DAKO on Trial: A Case Study in the Politics of a Medical Controversy
K Bonia, F Brunger, L Fullerton, C Griffiths, C Kaposy, B Mason
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 16 (3), 275-295, 2012
12012
Sexual health education: a critical analysis of'sex ed'teachers' feelings, attitudes and comfort levels
ME Morton Ninomiya
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2008
12008
A Principled Approach to Research Conducted with Inuit, Métis, and First Nations People: Promoting Engagement Inspired by the CIHR Guidelines for Health Research Involving …
J Jull, A King, M King, ID Graham, ME Morton Ninomiya, K Jacklin, ...
The International Indigenous Policy Journal 11 (2), 1-30, 2020
2020
Fostering implementation of knowledge into health practice: study protocol for the validation and redevelopment of the Knowledge Uptake and Utilization Tool
S Shankar, K Skinner, MEM Ninomiya, J Bhawra
Health Research Policy and Systems 17 (1), 1-7, 2019
2019
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