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ISBN (Print) : 978-0-9952089-3-3 | ISBN (Online) : 978-1-77368-037-8

Indigenous Knowledge and Knowledge Synthesis, Translation and Exchange (KSTE)

February 2014

This discussion paper is the first in a series of three focused on Indigenous knowledge synthesis, translation, and exchange (KSTE) aimed at improving the health of Indigenous people in Canada. It provides an overview of KSTE in public health, evidence-informed public health, types of evidence reviews, implementation science, Indigenous knowledge as “evidence,” research ethics and participatory KSTE, and Indigenous KSTE systems.


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