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Plante C, Torrie J, Rochette L, Kuzmina E, Dannenbaum DA, Lejeune P, Larocque I.  2011.  Use of Services and Complications Among the Cree Population with Diabetes: A Linkage study with Québec administrative data. PDF icon Poster Céline et Isa_Toronto_20102011_v7.pdf (1.53 MB)
Del Gobbo LC, Song Y, Dannenbaum DA, Dewailly E, Egeland GM.  2011.  Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D is not associated with insulin resistance or beta cell function in Canadian Cree.. 141(2):290-5.
Julien N, Iqbal S, Dannenbaum DA, Vasilevsky M, Bartlett G.  2004.  Screening of microalbuminuria among type 2 diabetic patients from Cree Communities. PDF icon 92.pdf (78.76 KB)PDF icon Screening for Microalbuminuria and Use of Reno-protective Agents among Type 2 Diabetic Patients [Compatibility Mode].pdf (44.25 KB)
Hayward M N, Kuzmina E, Dannenbaum DA, Torrie J, Huynh J, Harris SB.  2012.  Room for improvement in diabetes care among First Nations in northern Quebec (Eeyou Istchee): reasonable management of glucose but poor management of complications.. 71:1-8.
VanSpronsen E, Dannenbaum DA, Daniel M.  2007.  Prevention of Diabetes in Eeyou Istchee: An evaluation of community priorities for Diabetes Prevention and Clinical Pre-Diabetes Services Delivery in Waskaganish.. PDF icon Diabetes Evaluation Report_Vanspronsen.pdf (104.78 KB)PDF icon Diabetes Evaluation Report 2007_Short Summary.pdf (24.13 KB)
Dannenbaum DA, Kuzmina E, Lejeune P, Torrie J, Gangbe M.  2008.  Prevalence of Diabetes and Diabetes-related Complications in First Nations Communities in Northern Quebec (Eeyou Istchee), Canada. 32(1):46-52.
Willows NDianne, Dannenbaum DA, Vadeboncoeur S.  2012.  Prevalence of anemia among Quebec Cree infants from 2002 to 2007 compared with 1995 to 2000.. 58(2):e101-6.
Brennand EA, Dannenbaum DA, Willows NDianne.  2005.  Pregnancy Outcomes of First Nations Women in Relation to Pregravid Weight and Pregnancy Weight Gain. PDF icon 41.pdf (111.18 KB)
Patapas J M, Blanchard A C, Iqbal S, Vasilevsky M, Dannenbaum DA.  2012.  Management of aboriginal and nonaboriginal people with chronic kidney disease in Quebec: quality-of-care indicators.. 58(2):e107-11.
Légaré G, Dannenbaum DA, Torrie J, Kuzmina E, Linton P.  2004.  Effects of diabetes on the health of the Cree of Eeyou Istchee : what can be learned from linking the Cree Diabetes Information System (CDIS) with the Quebec Diabetes Surveillance System (QDSS). PDF icon 83-166-1-SM.pdf (662.18 KB)
Dannenbaum DA, Kuzmina E, Gangbe M, Torrie J.  2008.  Diabetes clinical management in Iiyiyiu Aschii (2006). PDF icon Diabetes_audit_08-10.pdf (580.48 KB)
Château-Degat M-L, Pereg D, Egeland GM, Nieboer E, Bonnier-Viger Y, Laouan Sidi EA, Dannenbaum DA, Dewailly E.  2009.  Diabetes and Related Metabolic Conditions in an Aboriginal Cree Community of Quebec, Canada. 33(3):156-162.
Iqbal S, Bartlett G, Dannenbaum DA, Vasilevsky M, Phillips M.  2004.  Diabetes and Kidney Project. PDF icon Diabetes and Kidney Disease prevention [Compatibility Mode].pdf (197.71 KB)
Vallianatos H, Brennand EA, Raine KD, Stephen Q, Petawabano B, Dannenbaum DA, Willows NDianne.  2008.  Cree Women Speak: Intergenerational Perspectives on Weight Gain during Pregnancy and Weight Loss after Pregnancy. 4(1):6-14.
Dannenbaum DA, Verronneau M, Torrie J, Smeja H, Dr Robinson EJ, Dumont C, Kovitch I, Webster T.  1999.  Comprehensive computerized diabetes registry; Serving the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (eastern James Bay). PDF icon 19-36-1-SM.pdf (490.98 KB)
Château-Degat M-L, Dannenbaum DA, Egeland GM, Nieboer E, Laouan Sidi EA, Abdous B, Dewailly E.  2011.  A comparison of the metabolic response to abdominal obesity in two Canadian Inuit and First Nations population.. 19(11):2254-60.
Vallianatos H, Brennand EA, Raine KD, Stephen Q, Petawabano B, Dannenbaum DA, Willows NDianne.  2006.  Beliefs and Pratices of First Nation Women about Weight Gain during Pregnancy and Lactation : Implications for Women's Health. 38(1):102-119.