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INDIGENIZING THE ACADEMIC

2016 Inuit Studies Conference

Memorial University of Newfoundland

September 30, 2016

There's a major shift happening in Indigenous research as more Indigenous people enter the field and more communities take the reigns of research. We talked with Julie Bull, a member of the NunatuKavut Community Council, about the changes she has witnessed in her academic career.

Check out Julie's workshop during the 2016 Inuit Studies Conference in St. John’s in the Arts Lecture Hall 1 at 8:30AM on Saturday, October 8th.

Invited Keynote Presentations 

 

Professional Audiences 

 

Bull, J. (2016). The Role of Collaboration in Northern Development. Panelist for Memorial University’s New Voices, New Approaches at the Northern Lights Trade Show and Conference. Shaw Conference Centre, Ottawa, Canada, January 27-30, 2016.

 

Bull, J. (2015). When Two Worlds Collide: Ethical Quirks and Quandaries in Research Involving Indigenous People. Presented at Ethics in Practice Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, May 22–24, 2015.

 

Bull, J. (2014). When two worlds collide: ‘Doing the right thing’ in research involving Aboriginal people. Presented at the Newfoundland and Labrador Aboriginal Women’s Policy Conference, Hotel North Two, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, November 5, 2014.

 

Bull, J. (2014). From Principles to Practice: Indigenizing Research Ethics for Research Involving Aboriginal Peoples. Presented at the 3rd Seminar on the Ethics of Research with Aboriginal Peoples, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Val d’Or, QC, September 24, 2014.

 

Bull, J. (2014). Where’s the REB GPS: Navigating the Research Ethics Review System in Canada. Presented at Bridging Early Career Researchers and Indigenous People, Helsinki, Finland, April 7, 2014.  

 

Bull, J. (2013). Revitalizing Aboriginal Education in Canada: A Systematic and Culturally Safe Approach to Learning. Presented at the Conference on Peace-building Education. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, September 21, 2013.

 

Bull, J. R. (2012). Where’s the REB GPS? Navigating the Research Ethics Review System for Research Involving Aboriginal Peoples. Webinar delivered on November 20, 2012.

 

Bull, J.R. (2012). Options and Opportunities: Understanding the Role of Aboriginal communities in research ethics review. Presented at the Aboriginal Health Research Ethics Workshop, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, September 25-26, 2012.

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). The University’s Role in Supporting and Monitoring the Implementation of Guidelines for Research Among Aboriginal Peoples. Presented at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, October 12, 2010.

 

Community Audiences 

 

Bull, J. R. (2012). The NunatuKavut Research Ethics Project Report to NunatuKavut Annual General Assembly. Port Hope Simpson, Labrador. November 2-3, 2012.

 

Bull, J. R. (2012). The Community Health Needs Assessment Project Report to the NunatuKavut Annual General Assembly. Port Hope Simpson, Labrador. November 2-3, 2012.

 

Bull, J. R. (2011). Keynote address presented at the University of Prince Edward Island 4th Annual Connecting Aboriginal Cultures. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, March 15-16, 2011.

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). Leading the Way: From Labrador to the Vanier. Keynote address presented at the University of Prince Edward Island Faculty of Education Indigenous Education Day, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, November 25, 2010.
 

Bull, J. R. (2009). Authentic Research Relationships to Improve Aboriginal Health? Presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Student Gathering, In the Spirit of Growing Knowledge. Halifax, NS, Dalhousie University, June 25-28, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2009). Aboriginal Research Ethics and Engaging the Communities. (Invited lecturer) Presented to Contemporary Aboriginal Issues Sociology Class at the University of Prince Edward Island, May 19, 2009. 

 

Critchley, K. & Bull, J. R. (2009). Aboriginal Education at UPEI: Transitioning Toward a Positive Future in Health. Presented at the Aboriginal People’s Health Workshop. Summerside. PE, Loyalist Inn, March 13, 2009.

 

Critchley, K., Bull, J. R., Jadis, A., & Jadis, S. (2009). Aboriginal Education at UPEI: Transitioning Toward a Positive Future in Health. Presented at the Aboriginal Health Human Resources Initiative Networking Meeting. Halifax, NS, Maritime Centre , March 17, 2009.

 

Critchley, K., Bull, J.R. et al. (2009). TAjige’g Segewe’get: Pathways to Health for Mi’kmaq Families in Prince Edward Island. Presented at the Mi’kmaq – Prince Edward Island – Canada Health Services Integration Steering Committee, Scotchfort, PE, Abegweit Band Office, March 25, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2009). The Tri Council Policy Statements New Chapter on Research Involving Aboriginal Peoples. Presented as a learning workshop, Charlottetown, PEI. University of Prince Edward Island, March 27, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R (2008). Keynote motivational address. Presented at the Labrador School Board Leadership Summit. Happy Valley- Goose Bay, NL. Northern Cross Community Church. April 24-26, 2008.

 

Bull, J. R. (2008) Leading My Way: National Aboriginal Role Model Presentation. Presented at the Labrador School Board Leadership Summit. Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL. Mealy Mountain Collegiate. April 24-26, 2008.

 

Bull, J. R. (2008). Leading My Way: National Aboriginal Role Model Presentation. Presented at Kitigan Zibi: Maniwaki, QC. April 10, 2008.

 

Bull, J. R. (2007). Leading My Way: National Aboriginal Role Model Presentation. Presented at the Labrador Metis Nation Annual General Assembly. Charlottetown, NL.  Charlottetown Recreation Centre. December 1-2, 2007.

 

Bull, J. R. (2007). Leading My Way: National Aboriginal Role Model Presentation. Presented at the Youth Annual General Assembly: Youth Leading the Way. Richmond, PE. August 30-31, 2007.

 

Bull, J. R. (2007).  Leading My Way: National Aboriginal Role Model Presentation. Presented at the 12th Annual Multicultural Youth Gathering: On the Path to Change, We Will Unite. Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. Labrador Christian Youth Camp.  August 10-12, 2007.

 

Bull, J. R. (2007). Indigenous Research Ethics: Interpreting the Tri-Council Policy Statement in Community Based Research. Presented at 7th Annual National Gathering of Graduate Students in Aboriginal Health Research: Our Seven Teachings: What We Have Learned. University of Manitoba: Winnipeg, Manitoba. June 25-28, 2007

 

Bull, J. R. (2007). Indigenous Research Ethics: Interpreting the Tri-Council Policy Statement in Community Based Research. Presented at 3rd Annual Student Gathering of the Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program. Cambridge Hotel and Suites: Halifax, NS. May 11-12, 2007.

 

Bull, J. R. et al. (2007). An Environmental Scan for the Aboriginal Health Human Resources Initiative. Presented at the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Advisory Group Meeting. The Westin Hotel: Halifax, NS. May 9-10, 2007.

 

Bull, J. R. (2007). Indigenous Research Ethics: Interpreting the Tri-Council Policy Statement in Community Based Research. Presented at Labrador AAHRP Steering Committee Teleconference. May 31, 2007.

 

 

Student Audiences 

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). History of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Presented at the Study Abroad Canada Program, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. June 16, 2010.

 

MacLellan, D. & Bull, J. R.  (2009). Surviving your thesis. Presented at the Atlantic Regional Training Centre Orientation. Fredericton, NB, University of New Brunswick, August 24-28, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2008). Defining our Ethical Space: Labrador Innu, Inuit, and Métis Perspectives on the Governance of Health Research. (Invited lecturer) Presented to Cross Cultural Health Promotion Research and Policy class at Dalhousie University, September 30, 2008.

 

Bull, J. R. (2006). Indigenous Research Ethics: Interpreting the Tri-Council Policy Statement in Community Based Research. Presented at 2nd Annual Student Gathering of the Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program. Lord Nelson Hotel: Halifax, NS. November 17-18, 2006.

 

Bull, J. R. (2005). Marching to the beat of a different drum: Aboriginal students speak out about challenges faced while attending university. A paper presented at the 1st Annual Student Gathering of the Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program. Lord Nelson Hotel: Halifax, NS. November 2005.

 

Peer Reviewed International Presentations 

 

Bull, J. R. (2015). From Theory to Practice: Indigenous Research Ethics in Action. Presented at the 16th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Hotel Restaurant Lasaretti, Oulu, Finland, June 8-12, 2015.

 

Bull, J.R. (2015). The Grassroots Voices are Getting Louder: How to engage Indigenous People in the Research Process. Presented at the International Conference on Arctic Research Planning, Toyama International Convention Center, Toyama, Japan. April 23-30, 2015.

 

Juutilainen, S., Bull, J. R., Sjoberg, Y., Zaika, Y., Flemming-Sharp, L., and Fugmann, G. (2015). APECS NORDIC Research Project: Bridging Early Career Researchers and Indigenous People in Nordic Countries.  Presented at the International Conference on Arctic Research Planning, Toyama International Convention Center, Toyama, Japan. April 23-30, 2015.

 

Bull, J. R. (2012). (Re)framing the picture of research ethics through communication: A collective and collaborative approach to research ethics review. Presented at Ethics Rupture: An Invitational Summit about Alternatives to Research Ethics Review. University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada. October 25-28, 2012.

 

Bull, J.R. & Brunger, F. (2012). Where’s the REB GPS? A roadmap to understanding ethics for research involving Aboriginal peoples. Presented at the International Polar Year Conference, Palais de Congres, Montreal, QU, Canada. April 22-27, 2012.

 

Martin, D., Bull, J., Graham, J., Moore, C., Baikie, G., Reading, C., Wien, F. (2012). Teachings from our Learners: Graduate students’ experience with funding support from the Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program. Poster Presented at the International Polar Year Conference, Palais de Congres, Montreal, QU, Canada. April 22-27, 2012.

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). Defining our ‘Ethical Space’: Governance of Health Research. Poster presented at the 20th International Union on Health Promotion and Education World Conference. International Conference Centre, Geneva, Switzerland. July 11-15, 2010.

 

Bull, J. R. & Critchley, K. (2010). Aboriginal education at UPEI: Transitioning toward a positive future in health. Poster presented at the 20th International Union on Health Promotion and Education World Conference. International Conference Centre, Geneva, Switzerland. July 11-15, 2010.

 

Bull, J. R. (2009). ‘Authentic’ research relationships to improve aboriginal health? Presented at the 9th Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) International Student Conference on Northern and Polar Studies, Communities of Change: Building an International Polar Year Legacy. Whitehorse, Yukon. Yukon College, October 2-5, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2009). It’s not as cool as shooting birds: Building Research relationships with aboriginal peoples. Presented at the 14th International Congress on Circumpolar Health. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. St. Patrick’s School, July 11-16, 2009.

 

Reeves, A. & Bull, J. (2009). In Pursuit of an ‘Indigenous’ Education: Student Reflections in Aboriginal Health Research in Canada. Presented at the 14th International Congress on Circumpolar Health. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. St. Patrick’s School, July 11-16, 2009.

 

Peer Reviewed National Presentations 

 

Bull, J. (2014). Addressing health inequalities by Indigenizing health services and research. Presented at the Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto Conference Centre, November 20-21, 2014.

 

Bull, J. (2013). Building Healthier Urban Aboriginal Communities Through Research and Organizational Communication. Presented at the Aboriginal Mawi’omi: Investing in Aboriginal Canada 2014. Ottawa Convention Center, December 9-11, 2013.

 

Brunger, F., Bull, J. & Wall, D. (2012). TCPS2-9, REBs, HREA and other terms From Away: Labrador NunatuKavut research perspectives on best practices in ethics review. Poster presented at the 2012 CAREB National Conference and Annual General Meeting. Intercontinental Toronto Centre Hotel, April 26-28, 2012.

 

Bull, J. R. (2011). Building authentic partnerships: the key to healthy communities? Presented at the CU Expo, Sir Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, Canada, May 10-14, 2011.

 

Bull, J. R., Valcour, J., Wall, D., Graham, J., Paul, M., & Martin, D. (2011). Community-driven health needs assessment: Participatory research in action. Presented at the CU Expo, Sir Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, Canada, May 10-14, 2011.

 

Bull, J. R., Graham, J., Martin, D., Valcour, J., Paul, M., Wall, D (2010). Partnerships beyond the paper: Meaningful collaborations between communities and universities.  Presented at the Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference. Crowne Plaza, Fredericton , New Brunswick,  September 23-25, 2010

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). Ethics for research involving Aboriginal people: Moving beyond the individual. Presented at the Decolonizing Indigenous Health Research Conference. Crowne Plaza, Niagara Falls, Ontario. September 8-10, 2010.

 

Bull, J. R. (2010). When multiple voices collide: Ethics realities in research involving Aboriginal people. Presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Bioethics Society, Voices of the Community. Kelowna, British Columbia, Grand Okanogan Delta, June 8-12, 2010.

 

Bull, J.R. (2009). Authentic’ research relationships to improve aboriginal health? Presented at the National Aboriginal Health Organization Conference, Our People, Our Health. Ottawa, On. Crowne Plaza, November 24-26, 2009

 

Critchley, K. & Bull, J. R. (2009). TAjige’g Segewe’get: Pathways to Health for Mi’kmaq Families in PEI. Presented at the National Aboriginal Health Organization Conference, Our People, Our Health. Ottawa, On. Crowne Plaza, Nov. 24-26, 2009

 

Bull, J. R. & Critchley, K. (2009). Aboriginal Education at UPEI: Transitioning Toward a Positive Future in Health. Presented at the National Aboriginal Health Organization Conference, Our People, Our Health. Ottawa, On. Crowne Plaza, November 24-26, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2009). ‘Authentic’ research relationships to improve aboriginal health? Presented at the Canadian Bioethics Society 20th Annual Conference, Just Evidence? Hamilton, ON. Hamilton Convention Centre, June 11-14, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R., Critchley, K. et al. (2008). Empowering the community and enlightening the researcher: Methodological success in Prince Edward Island. Poster Presented at the Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada 32nd Annual Conference, Embracing the Diverse Roles of Aboriginal Nurses. Halifax, NS. Delta Halifax, August 14-16, 2008.

 

Bull, J. R (2008). Defining our Ethical Space: Labrador Innu, Inuit, and Métis Perspectives on the Governance of Health Research. Presented at the Canadian Bioethics Society 19th Annual Conference, Family. St. John’s, NL. Fairmont Newfoundland, June 18-21, 2008

 

Bull, J. (2013). Building Healthy Urban Aboriginal Communities through Research and Organizational Communication. Presented at the Symposium on Healthier Cities and Communities. Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Ki La Shing Knowledge Institute, Toronto, Ontario, October 23-24, 2013.

 

Peer Reviewed Regional Presentations 

 

Martin, D., Valcour, J., Bull, J., Graham, J., Paul, M., Wall, D.  (2010). Doing Aboriginal Community-based research. Presented at the Global Health Research Forum. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia March 26th & 27th, 2010

 

Critchley, K., Bull, J.R. et al. (2009). TAjige’g Segewe’get: Pathways to Health for Mi’kmaq Families in Prince Edward Island. Presented at the 2009 Research Forum: Fostering Research Collaborations in Education and Health. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, May 20, 2009.

 

Critchley, K. & Bull, J. R. (2009). Aboriginal Education at UPEI: Transitioning Toward a Positive Future in Health. Presented at the 2009 Research Forum: Fostering Research Collaborations in Education and Health. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, May 20, 2009.

 

Bull, J. R. (2006). Marching to the beat of a different drum: Aboriginal students speak out about challenges faced while attending university. A paper presented at Eastern Horizons: Research Without Borders: Annual Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences (APICS): Cape Breton, NS. May 2006.

 

Bull, J. R. (2006). Marching to the beat of a different drum: Aboriginal students speak out about challenges faced while attending university. A paper presented at Community Health Research in Labrador: Listening, Learning, and Working Together: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL. May 2006.