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Ninomiya, M. M., George, N. (P.), George, J., Linklater, R. , Bull, J., et al. (2020). A community-driven and evidence-based approach to developing mental wellness strategies in First Nations: A program protocol, Research Involvement and Engagement, 6(5), 1-12.

Nothing About Us Without Us: An Inuk Reply to Exploitive Research

J Bull. (2019, June 13). Nothing about us without us: An Inuk reply to exploitive research. [web log comment]. Retrieved from

The Naalak Gathering: A Regional Dialogue on Indigenous Research Governance

Bull, J., Hudson, A., & Shea, J. (2019). The Naalak Gathering: A regional dialogue on Indigenous research governance. Northern Notes, 51(Spring/Summer), 22.

Bull, J. (2019). Relational and reflexive research: Peoples, policies, and priorities at play in ethically approving research with Indigenous Peoples (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.


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INTERACT Fieldwork Planning Handbook

Tummon, F., Schneider, A., Bull, J., Gremion, G., Roldan, G., Slag, M., Vingerhagen Hindshaw, R. (2019). INTERACT fieldwork planning handbook. M. Rasch, E. Topp-Jørgensen, G. Fugmann, & F. Skancke Hansen (Eds.). Aarhus, Denmark: Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University.

Shifting Practise: Recognizing Indigenous Rights Holders in Research Ethics Review

Bull, J., Beazely, K., Shea, j., MacQuarrie, C., Hudson, A., Shaw, K., Brunger, F., Kavanagh, C., & Gagne, B. (2019). Shifting practise: Recognizing Indigenous rights holders in research ethics review, Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, published online ahead of printing. Retrieved November 25, 2019 from

Research Governance in NunatuKavut: Engagement, Expectations and Evolution

Bull, J., & Hudson, A. (2018). Research governance in NunatuKavut: Engagement, expectations and evolution. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 1-4.

APECS Nordic Workshop: Connecting Early Career Researchers and Community Driven Research in the North

Juutilainen, S., & Bull, J. (2014). APECS Nordic workshop: Connecting early career researchers and community driven research in the north, The Polar Journal, 4(2), 426-427.

A Northern and Indigenous Ethical Imperative for Working with Communities

Bull, J. (2018). A northern and Indigenous ethical imperative for working with communities. In H. Exner-Pirot, B. Norbye, and L. Butler (Eds.), Northern and Indigenous health and healthcare, (Chapter 23). Saskatoon, SK: University of Saskatchewan. Retrieved from:

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Bull, J. (2016). In W.C. Van den Hoonaard and A. Hamilton (Eds.), The Ethics Rupture: Exploring Alternatives to formal Research Ethics Review (pp. 167-186). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 

Brunger, F., Bull, J., & Wall, D. (2015). In N. Gros-Louis McHugh, K. Gentelet, and S. Basile, (Eds.), Toolbox of Principles for Research in Indigenous Contexts: Ethics, Respect, Equity, Reciprocity, Cooperation and Culture. Wendake, QC: First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission. 

Brunger, F., Schiff, R., Morton-Ninomiya, M., & Bull, J. (2014). International Journal of Indigenous Health, 10(1), 3-15. 

Reeves, A., Bull, J., Heaslip, A., & Rowe Muskego Inninew Iskwew, G. (2014). Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 34(1).

Brunger, F., & Bull, J. (2012). Études/Inuit/Studies, 35(1-2), 127-142.


Critchley, K., & Bull, J. (2011). Creating cultural connections through Mawi'omi: the Aboriginal student center at the University of Prince Edward Island. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 31(1), 187-192.

Bull, J. (2010). The Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 5(4), 13-22.

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