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1. Health Canada. Unintentional and Intentional Injury Profile for Aboriginal People in Canada, 1990-1999. Ottawa: Health Canada, 2001.

2. Young TK. Review of research on aboriginal populations in Canada: Relevance to their health needs. British Medical Journal 2003; 27: 419-22.

3.  Karmali S, Laupland K, Harrop A, et al. Epidemiology of severe trauma among status Aboriginal Canadians: A population-based study. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2005; 172(8): 1007-11.

4.  Tjepkema M. Non-fatal injuries among Aboriginal Canadians. Health Reports 2005; 16(2): 9-22.

5.  Tjepkema M, Wilkins R, Pennock J, Goedhuis N. Potential years of life lost at ages 25 to 74 among Status Indians, 1991 to 2001. Health Reports  2011; 22(1): 25-36.

6.  Tjepkema M, Wilkins R, Senécal S, et al. Potential years of life lost at ages 25 to 74 among Métis and non-Status Indians, 1991 to 2001. Health Reports 2011; 22(1): 37-46.

7.  Health Canada. A Statistical Profile on the Health of First Nations in Canada: Health Services Utilization in Western Canada, 2000. Ottawa: Health Canada, 2009.

8.  Peters PA, Oliver LA, Carrière GM. Geozones: An area-based method for analysis of health outcomes. Health Reports 2012; 23(1): 55-64.

9.  Fantus D, Shah B, Qiu F, et al. Injury in First Nations communities in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Public Health 2009; 100(4): 258-62.

10. Alaghehbandan R, Sikdar KC, MacDonald D, et al. Unintentional injuries among children and adolescents in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2010; 69(1): 61-71.

11.  Oliver LN, Kohen DE. Unintentional injury hospitalizations among children and youth in areas with a high percentage of Aboriginal identity residents: 2001/2002 to 2005/2006. Health Reports 2012; 23(3): 7-15.

12.  Finès P, Bougie E, Oliver LN, Kohen DE. Hospitalizations for unintentional injuries among Canadian adults in areas with a high percentage of Aboriginal identity residents. Chronic Diseases and Injuries in Canada 2013; 33(4).

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16.  Canadian Institute for Health Information. Injury hospitalizations and socio-economic status. Analysis in Brief. Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Health Information, 2010.

17.  Oliver LN, Kohen DE. Neighbourhood variation in hospitalization for unintentional injury among children and teenagers. Health Reports 2010; 21(4): 9-17.

18. Oliver LN, Kohen DE. Neighbourhood income gradients in hospitalisations due to motor vehicle traffic incidents among Canadian children. Injury Prevention 2009; 15: 163-9.

19.  Canadian Institute for Health Information. How Healthy are Rural Canadians? An Assessment of their Health Status and Health Determinants. Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Health Information, 2006.

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29.  O’Sullivan E. The Community Well-Being Index (CWB): Measuring Well-Being in First Nations and Non-Aboriginal Communities, 1981-2006. Unpublished report submitted to Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. Ottawa, 2011.

30.  White JP, Beavon D, Spence N, eds. Aboriginal Well-Being: Canada’s Continuing Challenge. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc., 2007.

31.  Kegler SR. Applying the compound Poisson process model to the reporting of injury-related mortality rates. Epidemiologic Perspectives and Innovations 2007; 4: 1.

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