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CCPH 10th Anniversary Conference • April 11-14, 2007 • Hilton Hotel • Toronto, ON Canada

Mobilizing Partnerships for Social Change

Aboriginal & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Track Planning Subcommittee

Emerging Leaders Track Planning Subcommittee

Aboriginal & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Track Planning Subcommittee

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Barbara Beacham
Adelaide, Australia

Barbara Beacham is from the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health.

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Sharon Bonython-Ericson
Torres Strait Island, NSW
Australia

Sharon Bonthon-Ericson is from the School of Public Health at Sydney University.
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Ali (Alexandra) Darnay
Toronto, ON
Canada

Ali (Alexandra) Darnay is from Aboriginal Health Research Networks Secretariat (AHRNetS).

Jim Galloway
Tucson, AZ
USA

Jim Galloway is a Captain in the U.S. Public Health Service and the Indian Health Service. As Director of the National Native American Cardiology Program, Dr. Galloway provides oversight and cardiac care to Native Americans in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, as well as parts of California and New Mexico. He is the senior cardiologist nationally for the Indian Health Service and provides leadership, dedication and vision towards the delivery of the highest quality health care at the primary care and subspecialty levels, with his major focus area within the realms of primordial, primary, and secondary prevention.
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Alfred Gay
Ottawa, ON
Canada

Alfred Gay is from the National Association of Friendship Centres.
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Nancy Gibson
Edmonton, AB
Canada

Nancy Gibson is from the Alberta ACADRE (Aboriginal Capacity and Development Research Environments) Network and PIMATISIWIN Journal.
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Annabelle Hartnell
Torres Strait Island, NSW
Australia

Annabelle Hartnell is from the School of Public Health at Sydney University.

Randy Jackson
Ottawa, ON
Canada

Randy Jackson is currently Director of National Research and Programs at the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) and is also a member of the Chippewa's of Kettle and Stoney Point First Nation in south-western Ontario. Randy is a community representative and is co-principal and/or co-investigator on several community-based research projects focused on issues of HIV/AIDS in Aboriginal communities.  These projects have been funded by the Ontario HIV Treatment Network and the Canadian Institute of Health Research.  Randy is himself Aboriginal, has training in sociology from the University of Manitoba, and has worked at the HIV/AIDS community level for over 12 years.

Rhonda M. Johnson
Anchorage, AK
USA

Rhonda M. Johnson is Associate Professor of Public Health and Chair of the Department of Health Sciences at University of Alaska-Anchorage. An Arizona native and returned Peace Corps Volunteer, she first came to Alaska as a tribal health contractor in 1992 (certified family nurse practitioner) and has learned much from her collaboration with Native communities. She coordinates the Master of Public Health (MPH) program in Alaska and is active in the Pathways into Health collaborative to increase the number of American Indian and Alaska Natives in the health professions through cultural integration, multidisciplinary education and distance learning. She was recently selected as a Rural Health Fellow by the National Rural Health Association.
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Freidoon Khavarpour
Lidcombe, NSW
Australia

Freidoon Khavarpour is from the Yooroang Garang: School of Indigenous Health Studies at the University of Sydney.
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Patti LaBoucane-Benson
Edmonton, AB
Canada

Patti LaBoucane-Benson is from the Alberta ACADRE (Aboriginal Capacity and Development Research Environments) Network and PIMATISIWIN Journal.

Ann C. Macaulay
Montreal, QC
Canada

Ann C. Macaulay is Professor of Family Medicine, the Inaugural Director of the Centre for Participatory Research at McGill University (September 2006) and foreign member of the Institute of Medicine, USA. Her past experiences include her position from 1994-2006 as the Scientific Director of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project This is an ongoing community-based participatory research project where the Mohawk community of Kahnawake is in partnership with the researchers to promote healthy lifestyles for the primary prevention of type 2 diabetes. She continues to see patients one day a week in Kahnawake and teaches in the family medicine residency program at McGill University.
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Namasté Marsden
Victoria, BC
Canada

Namasté Marsden is from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health.

Ryan Meili
Saskatoon, SK
Canada

Ryan Meili, a second year resident in Family Medicine, lives in Saskatoon.  While he readily admits there is no better place to reside than the ‘Paris of the prairies,’ he endeavors, strangely, to spend as much time as possible in the exotic locale of Mozambique where he works with medical students in a rural hospital.  In addition to his work in Saskatoon with the Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH), a program which he helped to found (and in which he is commonly referred to as the ‘SWITCHblade’), his interests include public health care, puzzles (primarily of the crossword variety), punning persistently, playing guitar, Prine (John), and, not surprisingly, alliteration.  He has recently taken up the piano; his roommate wonders whether he will ever put it down.
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Alice Park
Seattle, WA
USA

Alice Park is from Urban Indian Health Institute.

Robert V. TwoBears
Minneapolis, MN
USA

Robert V. TwoBears is an enrolled tribal member Ho-Chunk Nation, traditional practitioner of tribal culture. Father, husband, brother, uncle, & role model to three boys and a wonderful wife. Director of Facilities & Transportation Indian Health Board of Minneapolis. Community Health Care Center, Student of Public Health Management. Chairman of Indian Education School District 13, Mn.
 

 

Emerging Leaders Track Planning Subcommittee

Angelia Bowman
Rockford, VA
USA

Angelia Bowman is a project manager for the American Medical School Association (AMSA) Foundation where she works on a number of projects that address various issues in health professional education. Her work on AMSA’s Achieving Diversity in Dentistry and Medicine project has encompassed a number of issues related to dental and medical education including improving the quality of cultural competency and ethnogeriatric training in medical and dental schools, promoting leadership opportunities for students, and the make-up of the health workforce. She can be reached at abowman@amsa.org.
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Shadia Garrison
Rockford, VA
USA

Shadia Garrison is from the American Medical School Association (AMSA) Foundation.
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Susan Ghanbarpour
Baltimore, MD
USA

Susan Ghanbarpour is from Students for a Positive Academic paRrtnership with the East Baltimore Community (SPARC) and the Department of Population and Family Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Adrian Guta
Toronto, ON
Canada

Adrian Guta is currently pursuing a Masters of Social Work at the University of Toronto, specialising in Diversity and Social Justice. His research interests are in the areas of HIV, Health Promotion, Sexual Diversity, Research Ethics, and Community-Based Participatory Research. Adrian is currently doing a practicum at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network, as well as sitting on a number of community boards. 

Mindi B. Levin
Baltimore, MD
USA

Mindi B. Levin is the Director of the Student Outreach Resource Center (SOURCE) at the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health. SOURCE is a community service and service-learning center for the health professional schools, which partners with over 100 community-based organizations in Baltimore. Additionally, Ms. Levin is an Associate in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and adjunct faculty in the Department of Health Sciences at Towson University. Ms. Levin teaches a service-learning course for MPH students who are placed with community-based organizations to work on specific population-based projects. She advises a variety of student groups that organize service activities and promote increased community involvement for the purpose of strengthening professional development opportunities (such as SPARC - Students for a Positive Academic paRtnership with the East Baltimore Community). www.jhsph.edu/source
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Kamila Mistry
Baltimore, MD
USA

Kamila Mistry is from Students for a Positive Academic paRrtnership with the East Baltimore Community (SPARC) and the Department of Population and Family Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Carmen Patrick Mohan
Atlanta, GA
USA

Carmen Patrick is an MD candidate at Emory University who has been mobilizing students around access to healthcare and gender and racial equality for eight years. Along those lines, Carmen serves on the boards of the Third Wave Foundation, where she works specifically for reproductive health and justice, and of Health Students Taking Action Together (HealthSTAT). Her interdisciplinary efforts have included coordination of clinical trials of preventive HIV vaccines, internship with the national pilot of the Friendly Access Maternal and Child Health Program, and tissue-engineering research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Carmen is also a member of the CCPH Board of Directors.

Caitlin Phelps
Rockford, VA
USA

Caitlin Phelps is a Health Project Manager with the American Medical Student Association Foundation where she currently works on projects focused on promoting diversity in medical and dental education, and integrating complementary and alternative medicine into curricula. Caitlin received her Masters degree in Applied Anthropology, with a focus on Community Health and Development, from the University of Maryland; her undergraduate degree in cultural anthropology and women’s studies is from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

Amanda Vogel
Baltimore, MD
USA

Amanda Vogel is a doctoral student in the Department of Health Policy and Management, track in Health and Social Policy, at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  Her interests are in community-based research and practice, social determinants of health, and urban environment and health.  Amanda’s doctoral research consists of a ten-year follow-up study of the sustainability and impact of the Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation (HPSISN) program, administered by CCPH.  Amanda is also a founding board member of Students for a Positive Academic paRrtnership with the East Baltimore Community (SPARC), a JHSPH student advocacy group promoting greater institutional commitment to the East Baltimore community.



 

 

 
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