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Manjoo P, Dannenbaum D, Joseph L, Torrie J, Dasgupta K.  2015.  Utility of current obesity thresholds in signaling diabetes risk in the James Bay Cree of Eeyou Istchee.. BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care. 3(1):e000114.PDF icon Identifying which Eeyouch are at risk of diabetes: A summary for health workers (168.74 KB)
Boston P, Jordan S, MacNamara E, Kozolanka K, Bobbish-Rondeau E, Iserhoff H, Mianscum S, Mianscum-Trapper R, Mistacheesick I, Petawabano B et al..  1997.  Using participatory action research to understand the meanings aboriginal Canadians attribute to the rising incidence of diabetes.. Chronic Dis Can. 18(1):5-12.
Sicotte C, Moqadem K, Vasilevsky M, Desrochers J, St-Gelais M.  2011.  Use of telemedicine for haemodialysis in very remote areas: the Canadian First Nations.. 17(3):146-9.
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)
Makokis J, Willows NDianne.  2003.  Understanding pediatric overweight in Cree communities in James Bay, Quebec. PDF icon Understanding Pediatric overweight in Cree communities_2003.pdf (531.78 KB)
Metallic J E.  2004.  Understanding diabetes in a Cree community : a qualitative study. :81p.
Tabib C.  2011.  Understanding cultural adherence and the use of traditional medicine in Waskaganish First Nation. :156p.PDF icon FRP-023-3-03-Y Tabib 2010-11-02 (PlainLanguage).pdf (271.02 KB)