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Dr. Jaime Cidro's Publications

BOOKS:

Tait Neufeld, H., Cidro, J. (2017). Indigenous Experiences of Birthing and Pregnancy: Demeter Press, York University. ISBN: 9781772581355 (paperback)


ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS:

Jaime Cidro, Rachel Bach & Susan Frohlick (2020): Canada’s forced birth travel: towards feminist indigenous reproductive mobilities, Mobilities, DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2020.1730611 

Jaime Cidro, & Kim Anderson. (2020). Because We Love our Communities: Indigenous Women Talk about their Experiences as Community-Based Health Researchers. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. 

Kim Anderson, & Jaime Cidro (2019): Decades of Doing: Indigenous Women Academics Reflect on the Practices of Community-Based Health Research, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, DOI: 10.1177/1556264619835707

Jaime Cidro, Caroline Doenmez, Ari Phanlouvong, & Ali Fontaine. (2018). Being a good relative: Indigenous doulas reclaiming cultural knowledge to improve health and birth outcomes in Manitoba. Frontiers in Women’s Health. DOI: 10.15761/FWH.1000157. 

Skinner, K., Martens, T. R., Cidro, J., & Burnett, K. (2018). From bitter to sweet: continuing the conversation on indigenous food sovereignty through sharing stories, engaging communities, and embracing culture. Canadian Food Studies / La Revue Canadienne Des Études Sur L'alimentation, 5(2), 3–8. https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v5i2.323

Cidro, J., Robin Martens, T., Zahayko, L., & Lawrence, H. P. (2018). First foods as indigenous food sovereignty: country foods and breastfeeding practices in a manitoban first nations community. Canadian Food Studies / La Revue Canadienne Des Études Sur L'alimentation, 5(2), 25–43. https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v5i2.249

Phillips-Beck, W., Sinclair, S., Campbell, R., Star, L., Cidro, J., Wicklow, B., . . . McGavock, J. (2019). Early-life origins of disparities in chronic diseases among Indigenous youth: Pathways to recovering health disparities from intergenerational trauma. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 10(1), 115-122. doi:10.1017/S2040174418000661

Jaime Cidro, Marion Maar, Sabrina Peressini, Robert Schroth, John Broughton, Lisa Jamieson, & Herenia Lawrence. (2017). Strategies for Meaningful Engagement between Community-Based Health Researchers and First Nations Participants. Frontiers in Public Health. DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2017.00138. 

Cidro, J. Dolin, E., Queskakapow, C. (2017). Bored, Broke and Alone: Experiences of Pregnant and Expectant First Nations Mothers Birthing in and out of the Community. In (Eds) Jaime 

Cidro, J. & Tait Neufeld, H. (2017). Pregnancy and Birthing: The Essence of Indigeneity. In (Eds) Hannah Tait Neufeld and Jaime Cidro, Indigenous Experiences of Birthing and Pregnancy: Demeter Press, York University.

Cidro, J. & Martens, T. (2015). Eating Indigenous in the City: The Limited Scope of Food Sovereignty for Indigenous People in Urban Contexts. International Journal on Biodiversity Watch. Fall/Winter Issue.

Cidro, J., Zahakyo, L., Lawrence, H., Folster, S., McGregor, M. McKay, K. (2014). Breast feeding practices as cultural interventions for early childhood caries in cree communities. Bmc Oral Health, 15(1), 49–49. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12903-015-0027-5

Cidro, J., Zahakyo, L., Lawrence, H., Folster, S., McGregor, M. McKay, K. (2015). Breast Feeding Practices as Cultural Interventions for Early Childhood Caries in Cree Communities. Biomed Central Oral Health, 15(49).

Cidro, J., Matiasek, M., Craig, T., Dhillon, M. Zahayko, L. (2014). Exploring the Purchasing Experience of Cross-Cultural Consumers in Northern Remote, Rural Communities: Thompson, Manitoba. Journal of Community and Rural Development, 9(4).

Cidro, J. & Martens, T. (2014). Eating Indigenous in the City: The Limited Scope of Food Sovereignty for Indigenous People in Urban Contexts. International Journal on Biodiversity Watch. Fall/Winter Issue.

Cidro, J. Suleman, S. Leslie, K., Amaria, K., Hartman, B. Thompson, G., Freeman, J. Bismila, Z., Bismila, V., Moore, E., Alebraheem, Z., Kaufman, M. (2014). “Adolescent Health and Nutrition in US and Canada: An Overview of Determinants and Issues”. Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series.

Cidro, J. Adekunle, B., Peters, E.J. Martens, T. (2014). Beyond Food Security: Understanding Access to Cultural Food for Urban Indigenous People in Winnipeg as Indigenous Food Sovereignty. Canadian Journal of Urban Research. 23(2). 

Cidro, J. Zahayko, L., Lawrence, H., McGregor, M. McKay, K. (2014). Traditional and cultural approaches to childrearing: preventing early childhood caries in Norway House Cree Nation, Manitoba. Journal of Rural and Remote Health. 14 (4).

Cidro, J. (2014). “Stuck at the Border of the Reserve: First Nations Identity” in Aboriginal History: A Reader, Second Edition. Eds Kirstin Burnett and Geoff Read. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Cidro, J. (2012). “Indigenous Methodologies: Nanabush Storytelling as Data Analysis and Knowledge Transmission” in Canadian Journal of Native Studies (2012 fall issues, Volume 32-2).