1050 Chemin Sainte-Foy
Canada G1S 4L8
Climate change, contaminants, and country food: collaborating with communities to promote food security in the ArcticChapitre de livre
Predicting Future Oceans, p. 249-263, Elsevier, 2019, ISBN: 9780128179451.
Prevalence of heart attack and stroke and associated risk factors among Inuit in Canada: A comparison with the general Canadian populationArticle de revue
Int J Hyg Environ Health, 222 (2), 2019.
Potential impacts of climate-related decline of seafood harvest on nutritional status of coastal First Nations in British Columbia, CanadaArticle de revue
PLoS One, 14 (2), 2019.
Potential impact of restricted caribou (Rangifer tarandus) consumption on anemia prevalence among Inuit adults in northern CanadaArticle de revue
BMC Nutr, 5 , 2019.
Optimisation modelling to improve the diets of First Nations individualsArticle de revue
J Nutr Sci, 8 , 2019.
Modelling optimal diets for quality and cost: examples from Inuit and First Nations communities in Canada 1Article de revue
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab, 44 (7), 2019.
Calories are cheap, nutrients are expensive – The challenge of healthy living in Arctic communitiesArticle de revue
Food Policy, 80 , 2018.
A rapid assessment of co-benefits and trade-offs among Sustainable Development GoalsArticle de revue
Mar Policy, 93 , 2018.
Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) and Inuit Nutrition Security in CanadaArticle de revue
Ecohealth, (15), 2018.
Linking health and the environment through education—A Traditional Food Program in Inuvik, Western Canadian ArcticArticle de revue
J Hunger Environ Nutr, 13 (3), 2018.
- Fonds de démarrage. Tiff-Annie Kenny, du 2021-05-01 au 2024-04-30
Projets terminés récemment
- “Can we tell them that people can’t afford to eat, and it’s getting worse and worse?”: Developing innovative methods for participatory food environment research in northern and remote communities, du 2022-03-01 au 2023-02-28