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Title: Exploring Protective Factors for Addictive Behaviour among Urban Aboriginal Canadians
Authors: Currie, Cheryl
McKennitt, Daniel
Wild, Cam
Keywords: Indians of North America -- Substance use -- Canada;Indians of North America -- Substance use -- Canada -- Prevention
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Citation: Currie, C., Wild, T. C., & McKennitt, D. (2008). Risk and protective factors for addictive behaviour among Aboriginal Canadians. CIHR-IAPH Global Indigenous Health Research Symposium. Victoria, B.C. Refereed Conference Proceedings.
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to work in partnership with the urban Aboriginal community to identify cultural factors that may protect Aboriginal people from developing problems with one or more addictive behaviours (alcohol, drug, nicotine or gambling) and to examine ways to promote these factors in culturally appropriate ways.
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