Conferences

(Published abstracts are noted with *)

  • Tremblay, M.C., Martin, D., Macaulay, A. (2017, November). How social movement theories can be used to assess community-based participatory research projects: A case study of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project. North American Primary Care Research Group. Montreal, QC. Received a ‘Distinguished Trainee Award’.

 

  • Tremblay, M.C., McComber, A., Martin, D.H., McGregor, A., Macaulay, A.C. (2017). Preventing diabetes by driving a social movement with an Indigenous community: A process evaluation of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project. Canadian Public Health Association Conference. Halifax, NS. Poster Presentation.

 

  • Stefanelli, R., Castleden, H., Cunsolo, A., Harper, S., Martin, D., and Hart, C.”Tick the Box or Authentic Engagement? An Examination of How Canadian and Australian Researchers Involve Indigenous Knowledge-Holders in Water Research and Governance” Water Initiatives for the Future Graduate Student Conference, Kingston, Canada. July 27-29, 2016

 

  • Day L., Cunsolo A., Castleden H., Martin D., Hart C., Russell G., Anaviapik-Soucie T., Paul C., Harper S.L. Resilience and Reconciliation: A pilot project in collaborative podcasting to support inclusive and equitable dialogue on water management in Canada. Poster Presentation. Water Initiative for the Future (WatIF): International Graduate Student Conference, July 2016. Kingston, Ontario.

 

  • Castleden, H., Martin, D., McNally, M., & Sylvestre, P. (2016, May). Pathways to Improving Indigenous Health by Decolonizing the Academy: Institutional Barriers and Ethical Tensions Associated with Doing Community-Based Participatory Research in ‘A Good Way’. New Orleans, LA: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health’s 14th International Conference Journey to Justice: Creating Change Through Partnerships.

 

  • *Castleden, H., Francis, S., Lewis, D., Strickland, K., Denny, C., Martin, D., Jamieson, R., Rainham, D., Russell, R., & Gibson, M. (May 11-14, 2016). “Our ancestors are in our land, water, and air: A ˜Two-Eyed Seeing approach to researching environmental health concerns with Pictou Landing First Nation” (Poster Presentation). Community-Campus Partnerships for Health’s 14th International Conference Journey to Justice: Creating Change Through Partnerships. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Poster Presentation.

 

  • Day L., Cunsolo Willox A., Castleden H., Martin D., Hart C., Anaviapik-Soucie T.,  Russell G., Paul C., Harper S.L. (2016, May). Resilience and Reconciliation: A pilot project in collaborative podcasting to support inclusive and equitable dialogue on water management in Canada. Toronto, ON: Canadian Water Network Blue Cities Conference. Poster Presentation.

 

  • *Tremblay, M-C., Macaulay, A., Martin, D. (2016, October). Can community-based participatory research be conceptualized as social movement? An innovative theoretical framework to assess the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project. American Public Health Association Conference. Chicago, IL.

 

  • *Sylvestre, P., Castleden, H., Martin, D., McNally, M. (June, 2015) Conflicting responsibilities: Using geographic concepts of space, place, and scale to illuminate challenges with enacting ethical community-based participatory Indigenous research in Canada. Canadian Association of Geographers Conference.

 

  • Stefanelli, R., Castleden, H., Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Martin, D., and Hart, C. (June, 2015). Examining Methods and Models for Implementing Indigenous and Western Knowledge to Inform Water Management and Research in Canada. 68th National Canadian Water Resources Association Conference. June 2-4th, 2015. Winnipeg, MB.

 

  • Day, L., Cunsolo Willox, A., Castleden, H., Martin, D., Hart, C., Harper, S. (May, 2015). Where two rivers meet: Integrative approaches to using Indigenous and Western knowledge systems for improved water management and research in the North. Oral Presentation. Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses Scientific Symposium, Guelph, ON.

 

  • Ley, M. & Martin, D. (2015, May). Hydroelectric development along the Lower Churchill River and the perceived influences on social relationships and emotional health of NunatuKavut adults”, IHRTP Graduate Student Research Day, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.

 

  • *Martin, D., McNally, M., Castleden, H., Worden-Driscoll, I. (April, 2015). Getting our stories straight: the challenges and opportunities associated with delivering oral health promotion in NunatuKavut, Canada. British Association of Canadian Studies Conference. London, England.

 

  • Hart, C., H. Castleden, A. Cunsolo Willox, S. Harper, D. Martin, R. Stefanelli, K. Lauridsen, and L. Day. (April, 2015). Integrating Indigenous and Western Knowledge and Research to Improve Water Management in Canada. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 20-25th, 2015. Chicago, IL.

 

  • Ley, M. & Martin, D. (2015, March). Hydroelectric development along the Lower Churchill River and the perceived influences on social relationships and emotional health of NunatuKavut adults, School for Resource and Environmental Studies 2015 Conference on Children, Youth and the Environment. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.

 

  • *Day, L., Cunsolo Willox, A., Castleden, H., Martin, D., Hart, C. (2014, December). Where two rivers meet: integrative approaches to using Indigenous and Western knowledge systems for improved water management and research in the North. Arctic Change conference. Ottawa, ON. Poster.

 

  • *Sylvestre, P., Castleden, H., Martin, D., Denis, J. (2014, November). “I honestly don’t think I learned anything about Indigenous peoples”: Understanding medical school preceptors’ and students’ current knowledge and attitudes towards Indigenous peoples and Indigenous health. Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto.

 

  • Ley, M. & Martin, D. (2014, November). Kungatsiajuk: Supporting the Healthy Smiles of NunatuKavut Children. IDR Research Conference, Dalhousie University/IWK. Halifax, NS. (poster).

 

  • *Martin, D., McNally, M., & Castleden, H. (2014, October). Oral health as public health: building the case for health promotion in NunatuKavut. International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development Conference. Winnipeg, MN.

 

  • *Castleden, H., Martin, D., & McNally, M. (2014, October). Community-based participatory Indigenous health research in Canada: Navigating the community-institutional paradox for doing ‘good’ research International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development Conference. Winnipeg, MN.

 

  • Ley, M. & Martin, D. (2014, June). The development of hydroelectric dams along the Lower Churchill river and the perceived health effects of this project on NunatuKavut- an Inuit community in Labrador. National Gathering of Graduate Students. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

 

  • *Castleden, H., Martin, D., McNally, M. (2014, May). Aboriginal Health Research and the Academy: Navigating the TCPS2. Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards. Montreal, QC.

 

  • *Martin, D., Wojcik, S., Castleden, H., McNally, M., Clarke, M., Wall, D. (2013, October). Kungatsiajuk: Community engagement with oral health research among Inuit of south-eastern Labrador. 19th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference. Halifax, NS.

 

  • *Demsey, A., McNally, M., Martin, D., Wall, D., Matthews, D., Castleden, H., & Worden-Driscoll, I. (2013, March 20-23). Kungatsiajuk: Examining the oral health of NunatuKavut children in Labrador, Canada. International Association for Dental Research Conference, Seattle, WA. (poster presentation).

 

  • *Martin, D. Bull, J., Graham, J., Moore, C., Baikie, G., Reading, C. & Wien, F. (2012, April). Teachings from our Learners: Graduate students’ experiences with funding support from the Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program. International Polar Year Conference, Montreal, QC. (poster presentation).

 

  • *Valcour, J., Martin, D., Bull, J., Paul, M., Graham, J., & Wall, D. (2011, June). A loss of colour: Mental health in south Labrador coastal communities. Congress of Epidemiology, June 24th, 2011, Montreal, QC.

 

  • *Martin, D., Valcour, J., Bull, J., Graham, J., Paul, M. & Wall, D. (2011, May). “Now I got my teeth, but I can’t afford to eat”: Understanding oral health as public health in NunatuKavut. CAHSPR Conference, May 9-12th, 2011, Halifax, NS.

 

  • *Valcour, J., Martin, D., Bull, J., Graham, J., Paul, M. & Wall, D. (2011, May). Access to health-care and health related services in NunatuKavut communities. CAHSPR Conference, May 9-12th, Halifax, NS.

 

  • Pritchard, G. & Martin, D. (2011, April). Aboriginal Perspectives on Water: How Does Water Contribute to Overall Health and Well-Being? Meeting at the Crossroads: Graduate Conference on Health. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Award for Best Undergraduate Oral Presentation).

 

  • Valcour, J.E., Martin, D.H., Bull, J., Graham, J., Paul, M., Wall, D. (2010, November). Partnerships beyond the paper: Meaningful collaborations between aboriginal communities and university researchers.  PriFor 2010:  The Primary Healthcare Partnership Forum.  Working together for better patient care.  St. John’s.

 

  • *Bull, J., Graham, J., Martin, D., Paul, M., Valcour, J. Wall, D. (2010, October). Partnerships beyond the paper: Meaningful collaborations between communities and universities. Canadian Rural Health Conference, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

 

  • *Brzezicki, C. & Indigenous Health Scholars (Martin, D.). (2010, August). Indigenous summer research institute. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide 2010, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

 

  • Martin, D, Valcour, J, Bull, J., Paul, M, Wall, D. & Graham, J. (2010, March). Doing Aboriginal community-based health research. Engaging Together: Global Health Research in Atlantic Canada. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

  • *Martin, D. (2009, July). From survival to necessity: Food stories from three generations of Labrador Inuit-Metis. International Conference on Circumpolar Health. Conference Proceedings from the 14th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

 

  • *Martin, D. (2009, June). A Labrador Inuit-Metis community speaks about addressing global changes through ‘salmon stories’. Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

  • Martin, D. (2008, June). Food Stories. CIHR Scientific Director’s Award of Excellence Awards Presentation. NEAHR Student Gathering. Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec.

 

  • Martin, D. & Salmon, N. (2008, April). Inside Out: A Dialogue About Research and Identity. Interdisciplinary PhD Student Conference. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

  • Martin, D. (2008, January). Food Stories: A Labrador Metis Community Speaks about Global Change. Thesis Proposal Defence. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

  • *Martin, D., Jackson, L., Tirone, S. & Donovan, C. (2007, July). Adult perspectives on youth out-migration. Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Poster presentation.

 

  • Moore, C., Martin, D. & MacAulay, A. (2006, March). Knowledge translation: A quest for understanding. Knowledge Translation Summit, Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

  • Martin, D. Food and Water Accessibility and Availability in Coastal Labrador: Labrador Métis Women’s Perspectives (2005, November). Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Programme Graduate Student Conference “Moving Forward”, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

  • Martin, D. Jackson, L., Tirone, S. & Donovan, C. (2005, October). Community restructuring in coastal Newfoundland and Labrador: Implications for the social health and well-being of youth. Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research Forum, White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia.

 

  • Jackson, L., Tirone, S., Donovan, C., Hood, R., & Martin, D. Community restructuring in & the emotional health of youth: A case study of a small remote costal community in Newfoundland (2005, October). Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research Forum 2005, White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia.

 

  • Martin, D., Jackson, L., Clarke, L., Tirone, S., Hood, R. & Donovan, C. (2005, October). Presentation of video “Its our ways, its who we are”. Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research Forum, White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia.

 

  • Martin, D. Moore, C., Loppie, C., Wien, F., McComber, A. & MacAulay, A. Knowledge Translation: An Aboriginal Perspective (2005, October). Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research Forum, White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia.

 

  • *Hood, R., Jackson, L., McLaren, B. & Martin, D. The last resort: Youth views on tourism in one coastal community (2005, May). 11th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, Malaspina University College, Nanaimo, British Columbia, (Canada).

 

  • Martin, D. The Changing Nature of Social Relations: Young Women’s Perceptions of Their Health and Health-Related Practices in Three Coastal Newfoundland and Labrador Communities (2004, August). Thesis Defense.

 

  • *Martin, D. Tirone, S., Jackson, L., Hood, R. & Donovan, C. In-between Worlds: Exploring perceptions of changing food patterns among young adults within coastal Newfoundland and Labrador (2004, July). World Congress on Rural Sociology, Trondheim, Norway.

 

  • Martin, D., Jackson, L., Tirone, S., Hood, R., & Donovan, C. “If young people ran the show, it would be alright”: Youth in coastal Newfoundland and Labrador discuss their ability to access sexual health information (2004, June). Atlantic Health Promotion Research Conference, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

 

  • *Martin, D. & Jackson, L. “It must be something when you goes away”: Young women in three small coastal communities talk about perceptions of their health and health-related practices (2004, June). Atlantic Health Promotion Research Conference, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

 

  • Martin, D. Young Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women talk about social relationships and health within coastal Newfoundland and Labrador (2004, May). A methodological discussion of a component of Master’s Thesis Results, Crossroads Conference in Health, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.