Addressing the Need for Indigenous and Decolonized Quantitative Research Methods in Canada


This resource argues for the decolonization and Indigenization of quantitative research methods in epidemiology to address health inequities among Indigenous populations. It discusses recent Canadian studies, like the First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey, as examples of operationalizing these concepts and suggests ways to further enhance this process.

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