Media

We are grateful for the all coverage we receive in the media about the research we are involved in.

General media coverage

U of S Indigenous Health Researcher Makes Royal Society of Canada

USask Researcher Named a Member of the Royal Society of Canada

USask researcher named a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Indigenous wellness through ‘slow’ research, with Alexandra King

Expanding the boundaries of collaboration – Partners for Indigenous Health (pp. 12-13)

Indigenous perspectives in the fight against AMR

New Indigenous Health and Wellness team to support health needs in First Nations and Métis communities

This professor wants to see more Indigenous knowledge in chemistry education

Canadian researchers to lead response against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Improving Indigenous health

Alexandra King named first Cameco chair in Indigenous health

Kennedy’s Disease

Indigenous Groups in Canada May Have Highest Rate of SBMA in World

Research reveals extraordinary rates of rare neuromuscular disorder in Indigenous people in Saskatchewan

Higher rates of Kennedy’s Disease found in Indigenous peoples: U of S study

U of S research shows ‘unusually high’ rates of rare neuromuscular disorder in Indigenous people in Sask.

Disease that disproportionately impacts Indigenous people provides opportunity to do research in a culturally safe way

waniska Centre for HIV/HCV/STBBI research

The waniska Centre: Strengthening land- and culture-based research

New USask-based Indigenous centre for research on HIV, HCV and STBBI launches in Saskatoon

Indigenous-led HIV research centre opens in Sask.

USask researchers awarded $4.9 million for Indigenous health research, HIV and cancer

Indigenous-led research centre to ’employ the best of Indigenous and Western capabilities’ in fight against STIs

‘The very word HIV or AIDS terrifies people’: Research owes debt to HIV-positive advisers, conference hears

COVID-19

By the numbers: A look at COVID-19 in First Nations communities in western Canada

USask researcher helping design improved mask for pre-symptomatic COVID-19 patients

First Nations doctors speak out on Canada’s ‘troublesome’ pandemic response

North Saskatchewan communities set up Covid-19 command centre due to government ‘negligence’

Sanctum 1.5 Hope through strength

Study to examine benefits of keeping newborns in opioid withdrawal with mothers

harm reduction

770 CHQR Calgary Today interview with Malcolm King on the Calgary Harm Reduction event

Harm reduction forum in Calgary showcases strategies for opioid addicts

Siksika First Nation shares success of mobile opioid team at Indigenous harm reduction forum