Student Researcher (1981-2021). We miss you. We put this work out into the world in honour of your brilliant mind and your gentle heart, inspired by your fierce determination and with your sparkling laugh forever in our hearts.
More-than-mental health: Indigenous Identity, Culture, Community and Relationship with Land are Integral to Indigenous Wellbeing is intended to provide methodological guidance and operational direction focused on mental health indicators in Impact Assessment for major projects that impact Indigenous populations.
We use ArcGIS StoryMaps in tandem with the training manual in order to proceed to an understanding of what the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada calls ‘mental health indicators’.
Please begin with the training manual as it is intended to provide you with guidance as you proceed through the ArcGIS StoryMap and provides suggestions for supplementary reading to enhance your knowledge. As you read along, we will prompt you to when to start the ArcGIS StoryMap and to refer back to the manual.
The training manual is available in PDF form. In order to view and download the training manual in PDF form please click here, or use the link: https://indigenousimpacts.uwo.ca/training_resources/IAAC%20PDF%20-%20FINAL.pdf. If you require any assistance in viewing the manual please contact us.
The StoryMap can be viewed below and accessed in fullscreen formatting by clicking here, or by using the following link: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/5f641b1662c643b79cf562d5003495f9.
Indigenous Impacts Story Map