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Release: Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre at the University of Regina Receives Funding from the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-04-26)
Aboriginal youth in Saskatchewan are the focus of a new community-based research project combining arts, theatre, and storytelling to develop culturally-appropriate and cost-effective methods for improving Aboriginal youth ...
Feature Story: Women of Distinction Award for Indigenous health researcher
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2017-05-21)
The research of Cassandra Opikokew Wajuntah continues to reach a wider audience. Wajuntah has received a YWCA Regina Women of Distinction Award, in the Cultural Heritage category. The award recognizes women who have made ...
Feature Story: Public policy school appoints new director of Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2018-03-28)
After more than a decade of working with Indigenous groups in defining healthy communities, JoLee Sasakamoose has assumed leadership of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre (IPHRC) as the new director, under the ...
Feature Story: Professor to receive prestigious Indspire Award
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2015-09-17)
Dr. Jo-Ann Episkenew, Director of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre and a professor of English at First Nations University of Canada, has been named to receive the 2016 Indspire Award. Dr. Episkenew is one of ...
Release: Canadian Institute of Health Research Grants Awarded to Two University of Regina Researchers
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-05-01)
University of Regina graduate student, Cassandra Opikokew, and postdoctoral fellow, Nuno Ribeiro, have been awarded funding by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to further their work on Indigenous health and ...
Feature Story: Social Work student to receive Indspire Award
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2018-03-21)
A journey by social work student Tracie Léost, to raise awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, is about to hit the national stage. Léost is one of the youth recipients of the 2018 Indspire Awards ...