The purpose of this study was to explore Inuit parent perspectives on sharing knowledge with teenage children about sexual health and relationships.
Describes the Inunnguiniq program origins and basic structure.
Exploring the perspectives of frontline mental health workers in nunavut
An article about the purpose of the project to develop, implement, and evaluate, child and youth mental health and wellness interventions in Nunavut that focus on northern and community-based ways of understanding and knowing about healthy children and youth.
This report contains the final evaluation and analysis of the six pilots of the Makimautiksat Wellness and Empowerment camp, the evidence-based, culturally competent intervention promoting mental health and wellness among youth in Nunavut.
Makimautiksat is an evidence-based youth camp which aims to equip Nunavut youth with critical life skills and knowledge that foster positive mental health and wellness.
Ten communities completed pilots of the Inunnguiniq Parenting Support Program between January and April 2012 and 4 of the original communities participated in pilots of the revised 2nd edition of the Inunnguiniq Parenting Support Program in 2013-14.
This document talks about research into Nunavummiut needs for parenting support programs and what parents needed most.
This document talks about pilots of the Inunnguiniq Parenting Support Program between January and April 2012.