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|Title:||"Celebrating community knowledge: Encouraging involvement, achieving ownership and building confidence through comprehensive community consultation"|
|Publisher:||School of Native Human Services|
|Citation:||Armstrong, Todd, 2000. "Celebrating community knowledge: Encouraging involvement, achieving ownership and building confidence through comprehensive community consultation". NSWJ-V3, p. 107-117.|
|Abstract:||Pauktuutit Inuit Women's Association of Canada has demonstrated a historical commitment to addressing health care issues among Inuit communities, and HIV/AIDS is no exception. Since the story of Leetia Geetah, the first Inuk woman diagnosed with HIV, hit the news in 1988, Pauktuutit has been increasingly involved in HIV/AIDS issues.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 3, September 2000 HIV/AIDS: Issues Within Aboriginal Populations|
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