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									                               COLLEGE OF NURSING
                                 RESEARCH DAY
                              Theme: Aboriginal Health Research
                                                February 1, 2006
You Are Invited ….
The College of Nursing invites you to come and take part in the
Research Day to be held on February 1, 2006 at the Queensbury Downs,
Regina Exhibition Park, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Dr. Janet Smylie, MD, MPH will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Smylie is
the Director of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre
(IPHRC). Dr. Smylie is also an Associate Professor with cross-
appointment to the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology,
Faculty of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.

The objective of the Research Day is to showcase faculty and graduate
student research in the College of Nursing through paper and poster
presentations. The program is on the following page.

Upper year classes have been cancelled for the day and students are required to
attend. Return transportation will be provided from Prince Albert and Saskatoon
to Regina. There is no registration fee but it is necessary to register because
lunch will be provided. REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS January 13, 2006.

Address: _________________________________ E-mail: _______________________

Faculty  Graduate Student Post Reg Student 

Undergraduate Student (NEPS): Yr: 3rd               4th      Second Degree Option Student 

Other (Please identify) _______________________________

Please send your registration by e-mail to: or mail to:
Continuing Nursing Education, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan,
Box 60000 RPO University, Saskatoon, SK S7N 4J8.
Telephone: (306) 966-8363 or Facsimile: (306) 966-7673
          Theme: Aboriginal Health Research

0830   Registration & Poster Set Up
       Coffee and juice available

       Chair: Dr. Sandra Bassendowski

0930   Opening Prayer
       Opening Remarks – Acting Dean, Joan Sawatzky
       Greetings from the University of Saskatchewan - Dr. Steven Franklin,
        Vice-President Research
       Greetings from the Government of Saskatchewan

1000   Healthy Ways of Being - Working with Aboriginal Communities to Support
       the Meaningful Construction and Sharing of Health Information. Presenter:
       Dr. Janet Smylie, Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre (IPHRC)

1100   Break

1115   Nursing Students and the IPHRC Experience. Panel: Holly Graham, Holly
       Whitehead-Poulin, Peggy Lumberjack, Diane Poitras

1145   Lunch (provided) and Poster Walk-About

1315   Stories about Cancer Among the Woodland Cree of Northern Saskatchewan
       – Professor Rose Roberts

1345   Environmental Contaminants and First Nations Communities. Presenter: Dr.
       Lalita Bharadwaj

1415   Break

1430   Seeking Paths to Aboriginal Wellness: A Community Approach. Presenters:
       Professor Carrie Bourassa, Dr. Pammla Petrucka, and Dr. Marlene Smadu

1500   Wrap-up and final remarks: Dr. Norma Stewart

1530   Adjournment

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