International Union for Circumpolar Health, Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar Health Collection Description

INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH. TENTH INTERNATIONAL
CONGRESS ON CIRCUMPOLAR HEALTH. Proceedings Editorial Committee
Records; 1996-1998.
2 cu. ft.

The International Union for Circumpolar Health (IUCH) is an
international, non-governmental, non-profit organization involved
in international collaboration, cooperation, and communication
between health scientists, practitioners, administrators, policy
makers, and the people of the circumpolar nations. The IUCH was
established, in concept, during a health science meeting at the
University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1967. Since that event, medical
scientists in the circumpolar regions have been collaborating
on arctic research through triennial International Congresses
on Circumpolar Health. The IUCH was formally established in 1981
at the Fifth International Congress on Circumpolar Health, held
in Copenhagen, Denmark. The organization’s objectives, within
its field, are to promote international cooperation, encourage
and support research and exchange of scientific information, promote
public awareness, and facilitate communication with other relevant
organizations. The Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar
Health, held in Anchorage, Alaska on May 19-24, 1996, was sponsored
by the IUCH, and hosted by the American Society for Circumpolar
Health (ASCH). The proceedings of the congress were published
by the ASCH in Anchorage in 1998. Editorial committee members
for the publication included Robert Fortuine and George A. Conway
(senior editors); Cynthia D. Schraer, Michael J. Dimino, and Carl
M. Hild (editors); and Juli Braund-Allen (text editor).

The collection consists of editorial committee records used
in producing the published proceedings of the Tenth International
Congress on Circumpolar Health. The collection is divided into
three series: general editorial records, manuscripts of papers,
and backup computer disks for those manuscripts. The general editorial
records include lists of papers for publication, an abstract indexing
record, notes on paper management and scoring, instructions for
submission of papers, a congress program, congress abstracts of
papers, a congress participation list, and a copy of the published
proceedings. The 155 manuscripts of papers consist of files for
each paper included in the published proceedings, which generally
include a cover sheet, any letters concerning the manuscript,
and a copy of the paper. These manuscripts are arranged in alphabetical
order by first author, as well as numerically by abstract number,
except for those with abstract numbers 500-516. The last five
papers in the series were received too late for publication. The
backup computer disks were submitted to the editorial committee
along with the paper copies of the manuscripts.

The collection was presented to the archives by Carl M. Hild
in 2001.

HMC-0526

JAS (9/2001)

Box and folder list:

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Series 1. General Editorial Committee Records; 1996-1998.

1. Editors’ list of papers; May 1996.

-Papers Received for Publication for Circumpolar Health Congress
(Numbers 1-147).

-Papers Distributed for Publication for Circumpolar Health Congress
(List by committee member and abstract numbers).
2. Abstract indexing record; Mar. 19, 1997 (32 pages).
3. Editorial committee notes on paper management, scoring,
etc.; n.d.
4. Submission of Papers (instructions); 1996.
5. Congress program; 1996.
6. Congress abstracts; 1996.
7. Congress participation list; 1996.
8. Circumpolar Health 96: Proceedings of the Tenth
International Congress on Circumpolar Health, May 19-24, 1996,
Anchorage, Alaska.
Senior editors: Robert Fortuine and George
R. Conway; editors: Cynthia D. Schraer, Michael J. Dimino, and
Carl M. Hild; text editor: Juli Braund-Allen. Anchorage, Alaska:
American Society for Circumpolar Health, 1998 (759 pages, illustrated).

Series 2. Manuscripts of Papers; 1996.

Note: The manuscripts of conference papers are arranged alphabetically
by first author and numerically by abstract number. Abstract
numbers are shown in parentheses with a pound sign (#). If a
3.5 inch backup computer disk or disks exists for the paper,
this will also be noted in parentheses. Papers with abstract
numbers 500-516 are not in alphabetical order. The last five
papers listed in this series were received too late for publication.
The entry for each paper listed below includes: name of first
author; name of a second author if there are no more than two
authors; an indication (et al.) if there are more than two authors;
the title of the paper; the name and location of the first author’s
affiliation, along with that of the second author, if there are
no more than two authors. Most files contain a manuscript cover
sheet at the front of the folder, which includes the paper title,
first author, author’s affiliation, address, phone number, fax
number, e-mail address, computer word processing program, indexing
keywords, and number of words in the paper. Some files contain
letters concerning the manuscript. A few of the files also include
revised versions of the original paper.

1. N.V. Alekseeva et al. “Up-to-date Studies of
Siberian Population: International Programmes of the Institute
of Internal Medicine.” Institute of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk,
Russia (#5).
2. Wendy H. Arundale. “The Wenger Eskimo Database:
A Valuable Research Tool.” Alaska and Polar Regions Department,
Rasmuson Library and Institute of Arctic Biology, University
of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska (#10)(10 backup disks).
3. David A. Beach and Micheal K. K. Jong. “Appropriate
Training for Physicians.” Northern Family Medicine Program,
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland,
Canada (#22)(1 backup disk).
4. R. David Beck et al. “Preliminary Experience with
Orthopedic Teleradiology Service at the Alaska Native Medical
Center.” Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska
(#23).
5. Peter Bjerregaard and Tine Curtis. “Social and
Cultural Factors as Determinants of Self-Rated Health in Greenland.”
Danish Institute for Clinical Epidemiology, Section for Research
in Greenland, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Greenland Home Rule, Department
of Health, Environment and Research, Nuuk, Greenland (#31)(1
backup disk).

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6. Peter Bjerregaard et al. “Regional Variation
in Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Ischemic Heart Disease Mortality
in Greeland.” Danish Institute for Clinical Epidemiology,
Section for Research in Greenland, Copenhagen, Denmark (#33)(1
backup disk).
7. Donald A. Boudreau et al. “Arterial Calcification
as a Marker for Atherosclerosis in Three Arctic Populations.”
Department of Pathology, Louisiana State University Medical Center,
New Orleans, Louisiana (#43)(1 backup disk).
8. Ken J. Brooks et al. “Pneumococcal Carriage in
Alaskan Drug Using Population.” Department of Psychology,
University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#45)(1 backup
disk).
9. Jocelyn Bruyere and Linda Garro. “The Illness
Known as ‘Twisted Mouth’ Among the Nehinaw (Cree).” Department
of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada (#46)(1 backup disk).
10. J. Keenan Casteel. “The Ethics of Informed Consent
among Storyteller Cultures.” School of Nursing and Health
Sciences, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#56)(1
backup disk).
11. Marie Chamberlain et al. ” Evaluation of a Midwifery
Birthing Centre in the Canadian North.” University of Ottawa,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (#58)(1 backup disk).
12. Hing Man Chan and Amy Ing. “A Database for Environmental
Contaminants in Traditional Food in Northern Canada.” Center
for Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous Peoples, School
of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue,
Quebec, Canada (#59)(1 backup disk).
13. Susan Chatwwod-Affleck et al. “Indications for
transfer for childbirth in Inuit women at the Innuulisivik maternity.”
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McGill University,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (#61)(1 backup disk).
14. Arva Chiu and Pedro E. Perez. “The Effect of
an Alcoholic Ban on the Number of Alcohol-Related Hospital Visits
in Barrow.” North Slope Borough Physicians Services, Public
Health Service Hospital, Barrow, Alaska (#63)(1 backup disk).
15. George A. Conway et al. “Effective Injury Prevention
Using Surveillance Data: Helicopter Logging, Alaska, 1992-1995.”
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute
for Occupational Safety and Health, Department of Safety Research,
Alaska Field Station, Anchorage, Alaska (#67)(1 backup disk).
16. George A. Conway et al. “Preventing Deaths in
Alaska’s Commercial Fishing Industry.” Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health, Department of Safety Research, Alaska Field Station,
Anchorage, Alaska (#68)(1 backup disk).
17. Janet Cox et al. “Management of Hereditary Non
Polyposis Colon Cancer in a Northern Rural Setting.” Grenfell
Regional Healty Services, St. Anthony, Newfoundland, Canada (#72)(1
backup disk).
18. Tine Curtis et al. “Family Pattern and Family
Care in Greenland.” Danish Institute for Epidemiology, Section
for Research in Greenland, Copenhagen, Denmark (#77)(1 backup
disk).
19. Christine A. DeCourtney. “Alaska Native Community
Assessment: Health Care Services; Knowledge of Health Issues
and Health Education.” Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation,
Dillingham, Alaska (#81)(1 backup disk).
20. Diana V. Denisova et al. “Cardiovascular risk
factors in adolescent population of Chukotka.” Institute
of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (#84)(1 backup disk).
21. Raymond A. Dieter, Jr. et al. “Trans Antarctic
Expedition-The Second 100 Days.” Glenn Ellyn Clinic, Glen
Ellyn, Illinois (#91)(1 backup disk)(2 different copies).
22. Michael J. Dimino and Robert Fortuine. “Educating
Medical Students in Alaska.” Biomedical Program, University
of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#92)(1 backup disk).
23. Joseph P. Dooley and Mark E. Sugamori. “Pregnancy
Outcome in Aboriginal Women with NIDDM in the Sioux Lookout Zone.”
University of Toronto Sioux Lookout Program, Sioux Lookout, Ontario,
Canada (#97)(1 backup disk).
24. R. F. Dyck et al. “Preventing NIDDM Among Aboriginal
People: Is Exercise the Answer? Description of a Pilot Project
Using Exercise to Prevent Gestational Diabetes.” Department
of Medicine, Royal University Hospital, University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (#101)(1 backup disk).
25. Douglas Eby. “Integrated Primary Care.”Native
Health Services in Anchorage, Alaska.” Alaska Native Medical
Center and Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska (#107)(1
backup disk).
26. Douglas Eby. “Traditional Healers and Allopathic
Medicine: Issues at the Interface.” Alaska Native Medical
Center and Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska (#108)(1
backup disk).
27. Nancy A. Edgecombe. ” Value Orientation of the
Copper Inuit.” Department of Health and Social Services,
Northwest Territories, Yellowknife, Canada (#110)(1 backup disk).
28. Christine Egan. “Point of View: Inuit Women’s
Perceptions of Pollution.” Department of Community Health
Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
(#113)(1 backup disk).
29. Joyce I. England. “Rankin Inlet Birthing Project:
Outcome of Primpara Deliveries.” Rankin Inlet Birthing Project,
Rankin Inlet, Northwest Territories, Canada (#122).
30. Kerry Feldman and Kelly Scannell Brewer. ” The
Alaska Naming Test: Assessing Speech Loss for Alaska Natives
After Injury or Stroke.” University of Alaska Anchorage
and Providence Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska (#130)(1 backup
disk).
31. Robert Fortuine. “C. Earl Albrecht and the Struggle
against Tuberculosis in Alaska.” Biomedical Program, University
of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#138)(1 backup disk).
32. Moni Fricke. “Self-Determination: The Panacea
for Canadian Aboriginal People with Disabilities?” Department
of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, and Community
Therapy Services, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#139)(1 backup
disk).
33. Matt L. Ganley. “The Dispersal of the 1918 Influenza
Virus on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska: An Ethnohistoric Reconstruction.”
Bering Straits Foundation, Nome, Alaska, and the Anthropology
Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska (#144)(1
backup disk).
34. Larry C. Garrett and George A. Conway. “Occupational
Aviation Deaths in Alaska: 1990-1995.” Epidemic Intelligence
Service, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health,
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, Anchorage, Alaska
(#145)(2 backup disks).
35. Roda Grey. “Inuit and Tobacco in Canada.”
Pauktuutit Inuit Women’s Association of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada (#165).
36. J. Grondin et al. “Review of Foodborne Diseases
in Nunavik.” Environmental Health Services, Quebec Centre
for Public Health, Beauport, Quebec, Canada (#167)(1 backup disk).
37. Joan Hamilton et al. ” The Development of a Culture-Based
Substance Abuse Treatment Program in the Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska.”
Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation, Bethel, Alaska (#169)(1 backup
disk).
38. Carl M. Hild. “Cultural Concerns Regarding Contaminants
in Alaskan Local Foods.” Subsistence and Natural Resources
Department, Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Anchorage,
Alaska (#177)(1 backup disk).
39. Frederick Hill. “Food Mail – The Canadian Alternative
to Food Stamps.” Regional Analysis Directorate, Northern
Affairs Program, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (#178)(1 backup disk).
40. Brian H. Himelbloom. “Primer on Foodborne Pathogens
for Subsistence Food Handlers.” Fishery Industry Technology
Center, Kodiak, Alaska (#179)(1 backup disk).
41. Stephen Hodgins et al. “Iron Deficiency Anemia
in Nunavik: Pregnancy and Infancy.” Department of Health,
Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services, Kuujjuaq,
Quebec, Canada (#182).
42. Tim Holder. “Education on Health Risks of Smoking
in Magadan, Russia.” American Cancer Society, Alaska Division,
Anchorage, Alaska (#183)(1 backup disk).
43. Diane Ingle and Patricia G. Owen. “A Comparison
of Demographic Characteristics of Selected Year 2000 Health Objectives
for the United States (US) Using Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance
System (BRFSS) Data for Alaska.” Division of Public Health,
Department of Health and Social Services, State of Alaska, Anchorage,
Alaska (#185)(1 backup disk).
44. Thorkild Jacobsen and Susanne M. Moller. “Prematurity
in Greenland.” Uummannaq District Hospital, and Queen Ingrids
Hospital, Nuuk, Greenland (#188)(2 backup disks).
45. Mireille Jette. “A Health Profile of the Inuit
of Nunavik, Report of the Sante Quebec Health Survey (1992).”
Sante Quebec, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (#190)(1 backup disk).
46. Mark E. Johnson et al. “Unmet Treatment Needs
of Drug Users in Alaska: Correlates and Social Costs.” Department
of Psychology, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska
(#192)(1 backup disk).
47. Roger J. Johnson. “The Potential for Ontario
Region’s Health Information System to Facilitate Case Management,
Program Planning and Evaluation and Promote Enhanced First Nations’
Control of Health Services.” Medical Services Branch, Health
Canada, Nepean, Ontario, Canada (#193)(1 backup disk).
48. Joseph M. Kaufert and Patricia Leyland Kaufert. “Ethical
Issues in Community Health Research: Implications for First Nations
and Circumpolar Indigenous Peoples.” Department of Community
Health Sciences and Northern Health Research Unit, University
of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#199)(1 backup disk).
49. Joseph M. Kaufert et al. “The Experience of Aboriginal
Health Interpreters in Mediation of Conflicting Values in End
of Life Decision Making.” Department of Community Health
Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
(#200)(1 backup disk).
50. Jane Kelly. “Continuing Medical Education for
CHA/Ps.” Anchorage Community Health Aide/Practitioner Training
Program, Anchorage, Alaska (#204)(1 backup disk).
51. Valeri P. Klopov. “Levels of Heavy Metals in
Biomedia of Women, Risided in the Russian Arctic.” Regional
Centre Monitoring of the Arctic, St. Petersburg, Russia (#207)(1
backup disk).
52. Valeri P. Klopov. “Persistent Organic Compounds
in Women’s Biomedia in the Russian Arctic.” Regional Centre
Monitoring in the Arctic, St. Petersburg, Russia (#208)(1 backup
disk).
53. Anders Koch et al. “Respiratory Tract Infections
in Greelandic Children – A Prospective Cohort Study.” Department
of Epidemiology Research, Statens Serum Institute, Copenhagen,
Denmark (#209)(1 backup disk).
54. Arnulf Kolstad. “Risk Perception Related to Depletion
of the Ozone Layer and UV-B Radiation in the Arctic.” Department
of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
Trondheim, Norway (#212)(1 backup disk).

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55. Vladimir K. Kozlov et al. “Ecology and Children’s
Health Condition in Far Eastern Region.” Maternal and Childhood
Care Institute of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical
Sciences, Khabarovsk, Russia (#217)(1 backup disk).
56. Andreas H. Kramer and David W. McCullough. “The
Prevalence of Otitis Media with Effusion Among Inuit Children.”
Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, and Department of
Surgery, Health Sciences Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#218)(1
backup disk).
57. Sergey G. Krivoschekov and Tatiana N. Shishkina. “Psycho-Physiological
Mechanisms of Adaptation of Rotation Personnel in Arctic.”
Institute of Physiology SB RAMN, Novosibirsk, Russia, and Nadymgazprom
Enterprise, Nadym, Russia (#220)(1 backup disk).
58. Harriet V. Kuhnlein and Hing Man Chan. “Ooligan
Grease: A Traditional Food Fat of Western Canada and Alaska.”
Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment (CINE),
and School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, Macdonald Campus
of McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (#222)(1 backup
disk).
59. Svetlana A. Kurilovich et al. “Flushing Response
and Its Role in Alcohol Disease in Siberian Populations.”
Institute of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia, and Institute
of Mental Health, Tomsk, Russia (#225)(1 backup disk).
60. Aino Laurila et al. “Clamydia pneumoniae Antibodies
are Associated with Altered Serum Lipid Profile.” National
Public Health Institute and the Regional Institute of Occupational
Health, Oulu, Finland (#232).
61. Judith Lawn et al. “Food Consumption Patterns
of Inuit Women.” Dialogos Educational Consultants Inc.,
Campbell’s Bay, Quebec, Canada (#233)(1 backup disk).
62. Judith Lawn et al. “Food Affordability in Air
Stage Communities.” Dialogos Educational Consultants Inc.,
Campbell’s Bay, Quebec, Canada (#234)(1 backup disk).
63. Juhanni Leppaluoto et al. “Seasonal Variation
of Serum TSH and Thyroid Hormones in Males Living in Subarctic
Environmental Conditions.” Department of Physiology, University
of Oulu, Finland (#236)(1 backup disk).
64. Matthew E. Levine and Lawrence K. Duffy. “Seasonal
Variation of the Amino Acid, L-Tryptophan, in Interior Alaska.”
Department of Psychiatry, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and Institute
of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks,
Alaska (#239) (1 backup disk).
65. Desmond J. Lugg. “Telemedicine: Have Technological
Advances Improved Health Care to Remote Antarctic Populations?”
Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston, Tasmania, Australia
(#243)(1 backup disk).
66. Vyacheslav V. Lyakhovich et al. “Genetic Polymorphism
of CYP1A1 and CYP2D6 in Tundra Nentsi Population.” Institute
of Molecular Pathology and Ecological Biochemistry, Novosibirsk,
Russia (#245)(1 backup disk).
67. Inge Lynge et al. “Common Mental Disorders Among
Patients in Primary Health Care in Greenland.” Danish Institute
for Clinical Epidemiology, Section for Research in Greenland,
Copenhagen, Denmark (#246)(1 backup disk).
68. Ann C. Macaulay et al. “Developing a Code of
Research Ethics for Research with a Native Community in Canada:
A Report from the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project.”
Kateri Memorial Hospital Center and Department of Family Medicine,
McGill University, Kahnawake Territory, Quebec, Canada (#247)(1
backup disk).
69. Alex M. McComber et al. “Community Participation
in the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project.” Kahnawake
Schools Diabetes Prevention Project, Kahnawake Territory, Quebec,
Canada (#248)(1 backup disk).
70. W. A. McDonald. “Medical Teaching Program in
a Rural Northern Hospital.” University of Toronto Sioux
Lookout Program, Sioux Lookout Zone Hospital, Sioux Lookout,
Ontario, Canada (#249)(1 backup disk).
71. Theodore A. Mala and Kevin L. Gottlieb. “Designing
a Home Health Care System for Alaska Natives in Anchorage.”
Southcentral (Tribal Health Care) Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska
(#253)(1 backup disk).
72. Farida R. Mamleeva et al. “Dietary Fat and Disease
Patterns in Chukotka Native Adults.” Institute of Internal
Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (#257)(1 backup disk).
73. Bruce D. Martin et al. “Follow-up of a Decentralized
Program for the Investigation and Management of Cervical Intraepithelial
Neoplasia in the Central Canadian Arctic.” J.A. Hildes Northern
Medical Unit, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
(#260)(1 backup disk).
74. Bruce D. Martin et al. “Enhancing Diagnostic
Ultrasound Programs Utilizing Wide Area Image Management Technology.”
J.A. Hildes Norther Medical Unit, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada (#261)(1 backup disk).
75. Bruce D. Martin and Sharon M. Macdonald. “The
Management of Ear Disease: Guidelines for Aboriginal Health Care
Programs.” J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit, University
of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#262)(1 backup disk).
76. J. David Martin and Richard G. Mathias. “HIV
and Hepatitis B Surveillance in First Nations Alcohol and Drug
Treatment Centres in British Columbia, Canada.” Health Canada,
Medical Services Branch, and Department of Health Care and Epidemiology,
Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada (#263)(1 backup disk).
77. J. David Martin and Haile M. Yidegiligne. “Diabetes
Mellitis in the First Nations Population of British Columbia.”
Health Canada, Medical Service Branch, and Private Health Consultant,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (#264)(1 backup disk).
78. J. David Martin and Haile M. Yidegiligne. “The
Cost Effectiveness of a Retinal Photography Screening Program
for Preventing Diabetic Retinopathy in First Nations Diabetics
in British Columbia.” Health Canada, Medical Service Branch,
and Private Health Consultant, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
(#265)(1 backup disk).

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79. Karen Martinek et al. “Development and Implementation
of a Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program in Urban and
Rural Alaska.” Section of Epidemiology, Department of Health
and Social Services, State of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska (#266)
(2 backup disks).
80. Ruth Martin-Misener and Joyce Black. “Using the
Evaluation of the Dalhousie Outpost Nursing Program Evaluation
for Responsive Social Action.” Dalhousie School of Nursing,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (#267)(1 backup disk).
81. Jane McGillivary et al. “TB: Finding a Community
Solution.” Innu Nation Commission, Sheshatshiu, Labrador,
Canada (#270)(2 backup disks, 1 damaged).
82. Nashila Mohamed and Joseph Dooley. “Gestational
Diabetes and Subsequent Development of NIDDM in Aboriginal Women
of Northwestern Ontario.” Sioux Lookout Zone Hospital, University
of Toronto Program, Ontario, Canada (#282)(1 backup disk).
83. Susanne M. Moller et al. “Effects of Dietary
Seal Oil on Fat Metabolism.” Center for Arctic Environmental
Medicine, Institute of Environmental and Occupational Medicine,
University of Aarhus, Denmark (#283)(2 backup disks, 1 damaged).
84. Arcadiy L. Molokov et al. “New Approaches to
Smoking Prevention in the North.” Institute of Internal
Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (#284)(1 backup disk).
85. Natalia Morrison and Joe Dooley. “The Sioux Lookout
Diabetes Program – Diabetes Prevention and Management in Northwestern
Ontario.” University of Toronta Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program,
Sioux Lookout, Ontario, Canada (#287)(4 backup disks).
86. Gert Mulvad and Henning Sloth Pedersen. “Communication
About Health and Risk Effect of Eating Traditional Food.”
The Primary Health Care Clinic, Nuuk, Greenland (#289)(1 backup
disk, damaged).
87. Birgit Niclasen. “Disease Pattern in Children
Living in the Arctic – Visits to GP IN 0 to 14 Year-Old Children
in Nuuk, Greenland.” District Health Care Clinic, Nuuk,
Greenland (#299)(1 backup disk).
88. Francine Noel et al. “Communication of Risks:
Organization of a Methylmercury Campaign in the Cree Communities
of James Bay, Northern Quebec.” Cree Board of Health and
Social Services of James Bay, Quebec, Canada (#305)(1 backup
disk).
89. John O’Neil and Laura Commanda. “Determining
the Feasibility of the Canadian First Nations and Inuit Regional
(Longitudinal) Health Surveys.” Department of Community
Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, and
Medical Services Branch, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (#311)(1 backup
disk).
90. John O’Niel et al. “Cultural Environmental Health
Risk Perception in the Canadian North.” Northern Health
Research Unit, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty
of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (#313)(1
backup disk).
91. P. H. Orr and R. Brown. “Incidence of Ectopic
Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Disease in the Canadian Arctic.”
J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit, Department of Community Health
Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, and Keewatin Regional
Health Board, Rankin Inlet, Northwest Territories, Canada (#314)(1
backup disk).
92. P. H. Orr et al. “Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus
and Obesity in the Keewatin District of the Canadian Arctic.”
J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit and Northern Health Research
Unit, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of
Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#315)(1 backup disk).
93. Jungwee Park and Connie H. Nelson. “The Investigation
of Stress in Resource Dependent Communities: The Effect of Rapid
Socioeconomic Changes on Mental Health Service Use.” Northern
Health Human Resources Research Unit, Lakehead University, Thunder
Bay, Ontario, Canada (#319)(1 backup disk).
94. David M. Paschane et al. “Cocaine Smokers and
Injection Drug Users in Alaska: What Distinguishes Native Americans
From Non-Native Americans?” Department of Psychology, University
of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#322)(1 backup disk).
95. J. Michael Pedersen. “Well-being Among Greenlandic
Students.” HBSC-Greenland, WHO Cross-National Survey, Frederikssund,
Denmark (#326)(1 backup disk).
96. Kenneth Peterson et al. “Immunogenicity of a
Combined Hepatitis B and Haemophilis Influenzae B Conjugate Vaccine
in Alaska Native Infants.” Arctic Investigations Program,
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Anchorage, Alaska
(#334)(1 backup disk).
97. Jackie Pflaum and Nancy Sanders. “Health Promotion
Partnerships: Service and Education Addressing the Health Needs
of Vulnerable Groups.” School of Nursing and Health Sciences,
University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#338)(1 backup
disk).
98. James A. Pickard. “Instrumentation Available
for Remote Diagnosis and Consultation in Eye Care.” Bristol
Bay Area Health Corporation, Dillingham, Alaska (#339)(1 backup
disk).

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99. Rafael A. Ponce et al. “Twenty Years of Trace
Metal Analyses of Marine Mammals in Alaska: Evaluation and Summation.”
Section of Epidemiology, Alaska Division of Public Health, Department
of Health and Social Services, State of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska
(#342)(1 backup disk).
100. Olivier Receveur and Harriet Kuhnlein. “Benefits
of Traditional Food in Dene/Metis Communities.” Centre for
Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment, and School of
Dietetics and Human Nutrition, Macdonald Campus of McGill University,
Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, Canada (#349)(1 backup disk).
101. Olivier Receveur and Harriet Kuhnlein. “Sources
of Bias in Estimates of Calcium and Vitamin A Intake of Indigenous
Peoples in the Northwest Territories.” Centre for Indigenous
Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment, and School of Dietetics and
Human Nutrition, Macdonald Campus of McGill University, Ste.
Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, Canada (#350)(3 backup disks).
102. Hannu Rintamaki et al. “Heat Balance at -5ÂșC
after Cold Water Immersion.” Oulu Regional Institute of
Occupational Health, Oulu, Finland (#352)(1 backup disk).
103. Tormod Risholt et al. “Man and Polar Bear in
Svalbard, a Solvable Ecological Conflict.” Department of
Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Telemark Central Hospital,
Skien, Norway (#353)(1 backup disk).
104. Hillary C. Robinson. “The Use of Ethnic Identifiers
in Epidemiologic Research.” Medical Services Branch, Health
Canada, Yukon Region, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada (#358)(1
backup disk).
105. Ted Rosenberg. “Cancer Trends for Registered
Indians Living on Manitoba Reserves from 1972-1991.” Department
of Community Health Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada (#362)(1 backup disk).
106. Jean Rounds-Riley. “The Use of Objective Structured
Clinical Examination (OSCEs) in Training and Evaluating Community
Health Aides.” Anchorage Community Health Aide Training
Center, Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska (#363)(1
backup disk).
107. Leslie H. Rozier. “The Hydration Status of Backpackers
at Hight Altitude.” Eastern Aleutian Tribes, Inc., Akutan,
Alaska (#364)(1 backup disk).
108. Paul Sawchuk et al. “Infant Nutrition Program
Effectively Prevents Iron Deficiency Anemia in a First Nations
Community.” United Church Health Services, Bella Bella,
British Columbia, Canada (#376)(1 backup disk).
109. Brian Saylor et al. “Methodological Issues in
Evaluating a Culture-Based Substance Abuse Treatment Program
in the Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska.” Institute for Circumpolar
Health Studies, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska
(#377)(1 backup disk).
110. Michele A. Schiffkorn-Hansen et al. “Developing
and Conducting a Health Risk Behavior Survey Among School Aged
Students.” Department of Health and Social Services, State
of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska (#380)(1 backup disk).
111. Cynthia Schraer et al. “Glucose Tolerance and
Insulin Resistance Syndrome Among St. Lawrence Island Eskimos.”
Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska (#382)(1 backup
disk)(Original and revised versions).
112. Paul D. Schuller et al. “Awareness of Periodontal
Disease in a Group of Northern Canadian Children.” Faculty
of Medicine and Oral Health Sciences, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (#384)(2 backup disks).
113. Catherine Schumacher et al. “Youth Risk Behavior
Survey: The Alaskan Perspective.” Section of Epidemiology,
Alaska Division of Public Health, Department of Health and Social
Services, State of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska (#385)(1 backup
disk).
114. Carol L. Seyfrit et al. “Alcohol, Drugs, and
Family Violence: Perceptions of High School Students in Southwest
Alaska.” Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old
Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia (#387)(1 backup disk).
115. Victor W. Sidel. “Maintaining Public Health
into the 21st Century: The Impact of Poverty, Privatization and
Politics.” Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College
of Medicine, Bronx, New York (#391)(1 backup disk).
116. Rosalyn Singleton et al. “RSV-associated Hospitalizations
in Alaska Native Infants.” Arctic Investigations Program,
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Anchorage, Alaska
(#395)(1 backup disk).
117. Torstein Sjovold. “The Tyrolean Iceman and Excavated
Human Remains as a Source of Information About the Past, the
Present and the Future.” Osteological Research Laboratory,
Stockholm University, Solna, Sweden (#396)(1 backup disk) (3
b&w photographs, 5 X 7 inch).
118. Dorsett D. Smith and Ruth Sechena. “Arctic Snow
Crab Related Lung Disease.” Division of Respiratory Disease
and Critical Care, School of Medicine, and Department of Environmental
Health, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (#399)(2
backup disks)(Original and revised versions).
119. Pamela J. Smith and Michael E. K. Moffatt. “Baby-Bottle
Decay: Are We on the Right Track?” Department of Community
Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada (#400)(2 backup disks)(Original and revised versions).
120. Richard E. Steele. “Quality Development in Health
Care in Greenland: Facing Unlikely Odds.” Greenland Home
Rule Government, Nuuk, Greenland (#407)(1 backup disk).
121. Richard E. Steele. “Telemedicine in Greenland:
The Case for and Against Implementation.” Greenland Home
Rule Government, Nuuk, Greenland (#408)(1 backup disk).
122. C. Stephens et al. “Premedical Program Effective
in Increasing Admissions to Health Professional Schools.”
Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine,
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#410)(1 backup
disk).
123. Margret Thomas. “Delivery of Physiotherapy Services
to Some First Nations Communities in Manitoba.” Community
Therapy Services Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (#418)(1 backup
disk).
124. Gordon W. Thompson et al. “Dental Caries Knowledge
in a Group of Northwest Territories Children.” University
of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (#419)(4 backup disks,
1 damaged).
125. Karo Thomsen et al. “The Role of Hunting in
Socioeconomic Classification for Greenland.” Danish Institute
for Clinical Epidemiology, Section for Research in Greenland,
Copenhagen, Denmark (#420)(1 backup disk).
126. A. V. Trofimov. “The Evaluation of the Sensitiveness
of Human Organism to Magnetic Fields and Perspectives of Human
Health at the Extreme North.” International Institute of
Cosmic Anthropoecology, Novosibirsk, Russia (#421)(2 backup disks)
(Original and revised versions).
127. Valery A. Trufakin and Konstantin V. Gaidul. “RAMS
Siberian Branch Activity in Solving the Medical Problems of Russian
Circumpolar Regions.” RAMS Siberian Branch, Novosibirsk,
Russia (#422)(1 backup disk).
128. A. Allan Turner et al. “Standard Versus Modified
Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis on Reluctance Measurements.”
Arctic Human Performance Laboratory, University of Alaska Anchorage,
Anchorage, Alaska (#427)(2 backup disks).
129. Scott J. Turner et al. “Alcohol Consumption
Among Alaskan Drug Users.” Department of Psychology, University
of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska (#428)(1 backup disk).
130. Andruss J. Voitik and Judy Watts. “The Role
of Cost Analysis in Deciding Whether to Provide Laparoscopic
Cholecystectomy in Remote Communities.” Baffin Regional
Hospital, Iqaluit, Northwest Territories, Canada (#436)(1 backup
disk).
131. Brian Wheatley and Sylvian Paradis. “Northern
Exposure: Further Analysis of the Results of the Canadian Aboriginal
Methylmercury Program.” Medical Services Branch, Health
Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (#442)(1 backup disk).
132. Margaret A. Wheatley. “Social and Cultural Impacts
of Environmental Change on Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.”
Eco-Anth Consulting, Kanata, Ontario, Canada (#443)(1 backup
disk).
133. Kirsti Ytrehus et al. “Increase in Leukotrienes
in the Coronary Circulation by Cooling: A Study in the Anesthetized
Dog.” Department of Physiology, Institute of Medical Biology,
University of Tromso, Tromso, Norway (#451)(1 backup disk).

Manuscripts received at a later date, which are not in
alphabetical order by first author:

134. Irina P. Berezovikova et al. “Nutrition of
Chukotka Native Children.” Institute of Internal Medicine,
Novosibirsk, Russia (#500)(1 backup disk).
135. Oleg V. Reshetnikov et al. “Helicobacter pylori
in Chukotka Native Male Population.” Institute of Internal
Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (#501)(1 backup disk).
136. Gert Mulvad. “The Recruiting of Staff for the
Health System in Greenland.” The Primary Health Clinic,
Nuuk, Greenland (#502)(1 backup disk).

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137. Brian J. McMahon et al. “Hepatitis B and
Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Eskimo/Inuit Populations.” Department
of Medicine, Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska
(#503)(1 backup disk)(Original and edited version).
138. Eleanor E. Wein et al. “Preliminary Assessment
of Nutrients in Daily Diets of a Sample of Belcher Island Inuit
Adults.” Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (#504)(1 backup disk).
139. Pavel I. Sidorov. “Clinico-social Aspects of
Alcoholism Among the Nenetz Population.” Department of Psychiatry
and Alcoholic Diseases, Arkhangelsk Medical Academy, Arkhangelsk,
Russia (#505).
140. Aino Snellman et al. “Post Soviet Russian Indigenous
Health – The Sami People of Kola Peninsula.” Provincial
Government of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland (#506).
141. Larry C. Garrett and George A. Conway. “Urban
Encroachment on the Wilderness: Moose-vehicle Collisions in Anchorage,
Alaska: 1991-1995.” Epidemic Intelligence Service, National
Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Centers of Disease
Control and Prevention, Anchorage, Alaska (#507)(1 backup disk).
142. Sofia Malyutina et al. “Left Ventricular Hypertrophy
in Northern and Siberian Population.” Institute of Internal
Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (#508)(1 backup disk).
143. David L. Marshall. “Accidental Deaths and Suicides
Among Alaska Natives, 1979-1994.” Marshall and Associates,
Juneau, Alaska (#509).
144. Rosemarie Kuptana. “Notes for an Address by
Rosemarie Kuptana, President, Inuit Circumpolar Conference to
the Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar Health, May 21,
1996, Anchorage, Alaska” (#510).
145. Julie E. Kitka. “Comments by Julie E. Kitka,
President of the Alaska Federation of Natives before the Tenth
International Congress on Circumpolar Health; May 20, 1996; Anchorage,
Alaska” (#511).
146. Rachael Craig. “Traditional Healing Among Alaska
Natives.” Keynote Speaker (#512).
147. Grace M. Egeland. “A Public Perspective on the
Evaluation of Subsistence Food Safety.” Section of Epidemiology,
Alaska Division of Public Health, Department of Health and Social
Services, State of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska (#513)(1 backup
disk)(Original and revised versions).
148. F. Blain Hollinger. “Overview of Viral Hepatitis.”
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas (#514)(1 backup disk).
149. Nathaniel Cobb. “Investigating Cancer Clusters.”
Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Indian Health Service,
Albuquerque, New Mexico (#515)(1 backup disk).
150. Ruth Sidel. “Keeping Women and Children Last:
America’s War on the Poor.” Department of Sociology, Hunter
College, New York, New York (#516).

Papers received too late for publication:

151. Larisa A. Gyrgolkay et al. “Blood Leukogram
in Native Chukotka Population, Social and Ecological Risk Factors.”
Institute of Internal Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia (1 backup
disk).
152. Yuri P. Nikitin et al. “Diabetes Mellitus Prevalence
in Siberia and Far East.” Institute of Internal Medicine,
Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Novosibirsk,
Russia (1 backup disk).
153. Yuri P. Nikitin et al. “Cancer and some of its
Risk Factors in Population of Chukotka.” Institute of Internal
Medicine, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences,
Novosibirsk, Russia (1 backup disk).
154. Emilia Y. Zhuravskaya et al. “Iron Deficiency
States and Blood Lipids in Native Chukotka Women.” Institute
of Internal Medicine, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Medical
Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia (1 backup disk).
155. Yuri P. Nikitin and O. V. Tatarinova. “Longevity
in Siberia.” Institute of Internal Medicine, Siberian Branch,
Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia (1 backup
disk).

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Series 3. Backup Computer Disks for Paper Manuscripts;
1996 (165 disks, 3.5 inch).

Disks by abstract number: 10 (10 different), 22, 31, 33, 43,
45, 46, 56, 58, 59, 61, 63, 67, 68, 72, 77, 81, 84 (2 different),
91, 92, 97, 101, 107, 108, 110, 113, 130, 138, 139, 144, 145
(2 different), 167, 169, 177, 178, 179, 183, 185, 188 (2 different),
190, 192, 193, 199 & 200 (shared disk), 204, 207& 208
(shared disk), 209, 212, 217, 218, 220, 222, 225, 233, 234, 236,
239, 243, 245, 246, 248, 249, 253, 257, 260, 261, 262, 263-265
(shared disk), 266 (2 different), 267, 270 (2 different), 282,
283 (2 different), 284, 287 (4 different), 289, 299, 305, 311,
313, 314, 315, 319, 322, 326, 334, 338, 339, 342, 349, 350 (3
different), 352, 353, 358, 362, 363, 364, 376, 377, 380, 382,
384 (2 different), 384, 387, 391, 395, 396, 399 (2 different),
400 (2 different), 407, 408, 410, 418, 419 (4 different), 420,
421 (2 different), 422, 427 (2 different), 428, 436, 442, 443,
451, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 507, 508, 513, 514, and 515.

Disks by folder number (for which no abstract number exists):
151, 152, 153, 154 and 155.

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