2016 CHC Publications
Cultural Transitions of International Medical Graduate Residents into Family Practice in Canada
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Muslim Spiritual Realities and Their Impact on Health and Healing
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2015 CHC Publications
BOOKS (publisher reviewed)
Young, D. Rogers, R. Willier, R. (2015) A Cree Healer and His Medicine Bundle: Revelations of Indigenous Wisdom. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic. ISBN 978-1-58394-903-0 (paperback) ISBN 978-1-58394-904-7(ebook). 223pp.
Waugh, EH. Szafran, O. Triscott, JAC. Parent, R. (2014) Cultural Competency Skills for Health Professionals. Edmonton: Brush Education Inc. 169 pp. plus CD.
Waugh, EH. Szafran, O. Triscott, JAC. Parent, R. (2015) Cultural Competency Skills for Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counselling Professionals. Edmonton: Brush Education Inc. 198 pp. plus CD.
BOOKS (Peer reviewed)
Miller BH.(2015) Idioms of Sámi Health and Healing. Edmonton, Alberta. University of Alberta Press ISBN: 9781772120882 (Series Editor, Earle Waugh, CHC)
ARTICLES (Peer reviewed)
Waugh, EH. Szafran, O. Duerksen, K. Torti, J. Charles, G. Shankar, J.- “Is there a Care Gap for Young Carers in Canada? Edmonton Agency Community Perspectives” Canadian Journal of Family and Youth, 7(1), 2015, pp 1-26 ISSN 1718-9748 © University of Alberta http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index/php/cjfy
Waugh, EH. Szafran, O. Duerksen, K. Torti, J. Charles, G. Shankar, J."Is there a Care Gap for Young Carers in Canada? Edmonton Community Agencies' Perspectives" Canadian Journal of Family and Youth
, 7(1), 2015, pp 1-26 ISSN 1718-9748 © University of Alberta http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index/php/cjfy
Waugh, EH. "Introduction." (2015) Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, Farmington Hill, MI; Thomson Gale, 2nd Edition.Vol.1, 4-6.
Waugh, EH. "Sunnism" (2015) Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, Farmington Hill, MI; Thomson Gale.2nd Edition.Vol.1, 501-514.
Current Research Projects
The Centre has several areas of interest that are typically operationalized within the context of a single research project. Once a research proposal is designed, a team of experts is assembled to conduct the project. Research is typically carried out over a one or two year period.
The Centre has completed a Pallium-funded project on Dementia and End-of-Life Care in Four Ethnic Communities in Northern Alberta entitled Cultural Competency Skills for Health Care Professionals: Learning Manual. While this manual is out of print, we are rewriting and updating the manual and expect it to be published in 2014.
French-speaking colleagues will be happy that the manual now exists as Cours Formation Interculturelle, thanks in part to the translating abilities of Roger Parent, Raphael Fortin and Arnaud Jean from Campus St. Jean. Funding for this development came from the Interdisciplinary Health Research Academy and the Roger Smith Scholarship. In addition to projects which are undertaken by Centre members, individual researchers who are affiliated with the Centre also conduct their own projects pertaining to the mandate of the Centre. The projects include:
- A study of Islamic approach to medical ethical issues-PI: Dr. Earle Waugh
- A study on Chinese traditional medicine PI: Dr. Steven Aung
Women in Medicine. Edited by Earle Waugh, Shelley Ross and Shirley Schipper. Planning Stage.New Initiatives