Other Indigenous People
A non-profit coalition of individuals and organizations which provides leadership, support, and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, regardless of where they reside.
In this section you will find information on how to stay healthy, learn about disease threats and health conditions; substance use and help with addictions; drug, dental and medical benefits as well as what programs and funding are available for First Nations and Inuit in Canada.
Canadian Culture Online Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage and National Indigenous Literacy Association
Four Directions Teachings celebrates Indigenous oral traditions by honoring the process of listening with intent as each elder or traditional teacher shares a teaching from their perspective on the richness and value of cultural traditions from their nation. In honor of the timelessness of Indigenous oral traditions, audio narration is provided throughout the site, complimented by beautifully animated visuals.
John Neal Mclean Health Sciences Libraries, University of Manitoba
The Indigenous Health Collection contains unique resources on all aspects of Aboriginal health. Books, DVDs, videos and reports are located at the John Neal Mclean Health Sciences Library and are listed in the University of Manitoba Libraries catalogue. If a publication is freely available on the internet, a link is provided from the catalogue to the publication.
The National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) is an Aboriginal-designed and -controlled body committed to influencing and advancing the health and well-being of Aboriginal Peoples by carrying out knowledge-based strategies.
The Queens Medical Center, Hawaii Medical Library
Department of Health, Western Australia
The Office of Aboriginal Health works in partnership with Aboriginal communities and health service providers to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people receive culturally appropriate health care that meets their needs.