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Tailfeathers, Esther
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Opoid crisis - Indigenous people - Alberta
Fentanyl abuse
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Dr. Esther Tailfeathers works as a physician with Alberta Health Services in both Fort Chipewyan, in northern Alberta and Blood (Kainai) Indian Reserve in southern Alberta. Dr Tailfeathers speaks about the state of the health of Indigenous people in Alberta. She also addressed the determinants of health (rates of education, poverty, adverse childhood experiences, inter- generational trauma), as well as resiliency and cultural identity as protective factors
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2017/10/27
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