sherilee harper

EcoHealth Research with Indigenous Communities

Other Presentations (non-academic)

1.     Harper, S.L., V.L. Edge, J. Ford, K. Thomas, and S. McEwen. March 2013.  Burden of Acute Gastrointestinal Illness in Iqaluit: Preliminary Research Results. Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Project Meeting.  Oral presentation. Iqaluit, Canada.

2.     Harper, S.L., M. Baikie, and I. Shiwak.  March 2012. Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Project.  Community Open House Presentations. Rigolet, Canada.

3.     Harper, S.L., M. Baikie, and I. Shiwak.  March 2012. Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Project.  Oral presentation for the Torngat Secretariat. Rigolet, Canada.

4.     Harper, S.L., V.L. Edge, J. Ford, and S. McEwen. March 2012. Linking Water, Health, & Weather: Insights from Community Led Research in Labrador.  Waterborne Illness & Climate Change in Inuit Communities, Oral Presentation.  Iqaluit, Canada.

5.     Harper, S.L, V.L. Edge, and J. Trumble-Waddell. February 2012.  Drinking Water & Community Health: Long‐term Visioning for Planning. Oral presentation for Nunatsiavut Government & Labrador Grenfell Health Authority.  Goose Bay, Canada.

6.     Harper, S.L., and V.L. Edge.  May 2011.  Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Program.  Oral presentation for representatives from Nunatsiavut Government and Labrador Grenfell Health Authority. Goose Bay, Canada.

7.     Wolfrey, C., A. Cunsolo Willox, S.L. Harper, V.L. Edge, S. Blake, and the My Word Team. June 2010. ’My Word’: Storytelling and Digital Media for Health Promotion and Research in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut. Tukisinnik Research Forum, Oral presentation. Nain, Canada.