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Record #168025:

Understanding death and dying in select First Nations communities in northern Manitoba: issues of culture and remote service delivery in palliative care / K.E. Hotson, S.M. Macdonald, B.D. Martin.

Title: Understanding death and dying in select First Nations communities in northern Manitoba: issues of culture and remote service delivery in palliative care / K.E. Hotson, S.M. Macdonald, B.D. Martin.
Author(s): Hotson, K. E.
Macdonald, S. M.
Martin, B. D.
Date: 2004.
In: International Journal of Circumpolar Health. (2004.), Vol. 63(1) (2004)
Abstract: 44 semi-structured interviews were conducted in remote communities, among religious leaders, community elders and health workers, besides among specialist providers in Winnipeg. Many Aboriginal people are taken to urban centres to die, but would prefer to die at home. Study recommends supporting care in community.
Notes:

International Journal of Circumpolar Health. Vol. 63(1) :25-38 (2004).

Keywords: 614 -- Public health and safety.
614.2 -- Health service administration.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 168025

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