selected scholarly activity
- Kayaní:yo (a good path)—Warrior Science Ohneganos—Indigenous ecological knowledge. 207-216. 2023
- Terrastories. 189-217. 2023
- Haudenosaunee women's water law: Reclaiming the sacred. 63-89. 2022
- Striving toward reconciliation through the co-creation of water research. 13-40. 2022
- Women in Indigenous Traditions 2015
- Resistance, Determination and Perseverance of the Lubicon Cree Women. 313-331. 2004
community engaged research
- Water Insecurity and Maternal Health Among Haudenosaunee Women in Canada. Medical Anthropology. 42:535-550. 2023
- Exploring the relevance of a psychology-based resilience app (JoyPop™) for Indigenous youth. Child Abuse and Neglect. 106343-106343. 2023
- Impacts of climate change on streamflow in the McKenzie Creek watershed in the Great Lakes region. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 11. 2023
- Examining the connection between water concerns, water anxiety, and resilience among Indigenous persons: A systematic scoping review. Child Abuse and Neglect. 106184-106184. 2023
- Exploring the feasibility of a mental health application (JoyPopTM) for Indigenous youth. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 14:1269347. 2023
- Indigenous Youth and Resilience in Canada and the USA: a Scoping Review. Adversity and Resilience Science. 3:113-147. 2022
- Be like the running water: Assessing gendered and age-based water insecurity experiences with Six Nations First Nation. Social Science and Medicine. 298:114864-114864. 2022
- Assessing the Impact of Water Insecurity on Maternal Mental Health at Six Nations of the Grand River. Frontiers in Water. 4. 2022
- Mental Health Mobile Applications Developed for Indigenous Communities in Canada: A Scoping Review. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health. 41:102-106. 2022
- Evaluation of observed and projected extreme climate trends for decision making in Six Nations of the Grand River, Canada. Climate Services. 24:100263-100263. 2021
- The Decolonization of Health Through Indigenous Medicine. Journal of Aboriginal Health. 6. 2010
- Traditional Medicine and Restoration of Wellness. Journal of Aboriginal Health. 5. 2009
- Jidwa:doh - "Let's Become Again". Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health. 5:55-76. 2008
- The Land is Everything. Journal of Indigenous Issues. 1995
- A collective education mentorship model (CEMM): Responding to the TRC calls to action in undergraduate Indigenous health teaching. International Journal for Students as Partners. 4:138-147.
- The Use of Mobile Applications to Support Indigenous Youth Wellbeing in Canada. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience. 8.
- Traditional Medicine. Journal of Aboriginal Health. 6:2-4.
- Using Boundary Objects to Co-Create Community Health and Water Knowledge with Community-Based Medical Anthropology and Indigenous Knowledge. Engaged Scholar Journal Community-Engaged Research Teaching and Learning. 6:49-76.