- Martin, D. (2017, July). Growing diverse worldviews together through spirit and stories: Indigenous knowledges, ‘western’ science education and the guiding principle of Two-Eyed Seeing. Western Conference on Science Education. London, ON: Western University. Keynote.
- Castleden, H., Martin, D., McNally, M., Moore, C., & Sylvestre, P. (2016, May). Audits, ethics, tobacco, and door prizes: Institutional challenges to operationalizing Indigenous research that adheres to the TCPS2 in the context of OCAP, UNDRIP, and the TRC. Vancouver, BC: Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards.
- McNally, M., Martin, D. (2016, February). Researching oral health in Indigenous communities. Atlantic Aboriginal Head Start Conference. Moncton, NB.
- Martin, D. (2016, February). Telling our stories: Accessing Indigenous health data in Canada. Information Without Borders Conference. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
- Martin, D., McNally, M. & Castleden, H. (2014, October). Aboriginal Health Research and the Academy: exploring researchers’ experiences to identify tensions from the TCPS2 to the REB to the community. Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards – Atlantic Conference. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
- Martin, D. (2011, January). “Use it or lose it?”: Incorporating Indigenous voices into Arctic dialogue. Invited panelist for the Ronald St. John MacDonald Symposium, hosted by Dalhousie’s International Student Law Society.
- Martin, D. (2010, March). Just what the doctor ordered: Two salmon-fishing trips and a side order of sealskin boots? Thinking outside of the (health) disciplinary box. Keynote Presentation for ‘Meeting at the Crossroads: Interdisciplinary Student Health Research Conference’. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- Martin, D. (2010, September). Environmental policy and health equity: Perspectives from NunatuKavut. Invited presentation to First Nations and Inuit Health, Health Canada. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
- Martin, D., Macaulay, A., McComber, A., Moore, C., Wien, F. (2006, May). Aboriginal knowledge translation: A quest for understanding. Panel Presentation on Methods and Approaches for Community-University Partnerships. Community Health Research in Labrador: Listening, Learning and Working Together. Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador.