Indigenous Health

Indigenous Health Research Monitoring

The research monitoring conducted by the Indigenous Health team at INSPQ is intended for public health officials, employees of government organizations and NGOs, as well as support workers and other stakeholders in the community network. Scientific publications are chosen for review based on their relevance to public health action pertaining to Indigenous health in Québec, specifically with respect to health promotion, the prevention of disease and psychosocial disorders, and the reduction of social inequalities in health. The research monitoring newsletter is published quarterly.

A forward-looking, non-exhaustive process of monitoring scientific and grey literature is conducted on an ongoing basis, and the selection of articles is based first on the title and then on the article abstract. A detailed methodology is available at Methodology for Indigenous Health Research Monitoring.

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