Selected Publications

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES AND PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

a) Refereed Journal Articles

Tait, Caroline (2013). Resituating the Ethical Gaze: Government Morality and the Local Worlds of Impoverished Indigenous Women. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 72, Aug, doi:10.3402/ijch.v72i0.21207

Tait, Caroline. L., Henry, R. & Loewen Walker, R (2013). Child Welfare: A Determinant Of Health For Canadian First Nations and Métis Children?Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 11 (1)

Tait, Caroline. L. & Whiteman, E. (2011). Introduction: Indigenous Youth, Resilience, and Decolonizing Research. Native Studies Review, 20(1), 1

Tait, Caroline L. (2008) Simmering Outrage During an “Epidemic” of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Canadian Women Studies/les Cahiers de la Femme’s. 26 (3/4), 69-76. (Winter/Spring 2008)

Tait, Caroline L. (2008) Ethical Programming Towards a Community-Centered Approach to Mental Health and Addiction Programming in Aboriginal communities. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 6(1), 29-60

Tait, Caroline L. (2008) Canadian Aboriginal Women and Health. Journal of Aboriginal Health. 4(1), 2-5

Smylie, J., Martin, C. M., Kaplan-Myrth, N., Steele, L., Tait, C. L. & W. Hog (2004) Knowledge Translation and Indigenous Knowledge. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 63(Suppl 2), 139-143

Smylie, J., Kaplan-Myrth, N., Tait, C. L., Martin, C. M., Chartrand, L., Hogg, W., Tugwell, P., MD, Valaskakis, G., & A.C. Macaulay. (2004). Pathway or Pitfall? Health Sciences Research and Aboriginal Communities. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, 26(3), 211-216

b) Peer Reviewed Publications

Tait, Caroline L.Research/Writer and Content Producer) and Doug Cuthand (Producer) (2011). Child Welfare – The State as Parent. (Documentary). Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Blue Hill Production

Tait, Caroline L.Research/Writer and Content Producer) and Doug Cuthand (Producer) (2011).Do you find this unethical, partner? (Documentary). Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Blue Hill Production

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Is Canada failing Métis children? An examination of the challenges and barriers to improved health. Canadian Supplement to The State of the World’s Children 2009: Aboriginal Children’s health: leaving no child behind. Ottawa: Unicef Canada. 30-36

Kirmayer, L. J., Brass, G. M., Holton, T., Paul, K., Simpson, C., Tait, C. L. (2007) Suicide Among Aboriginal People in Canada. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation. 168 p. (Peer Reviewed)

PAPERS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS

Tait, Caroline L. (2004). A Study of the Service Needs of Pregnant Addicted Women in Manitoba. Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP), 39, 13-16

TECHNICAL REPORTS RELEVANT TO ACADEMIC FIELD

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Drug Utilization Prevention Program: Phase II Final Report. Prepared for the Northern Intertribal Health Authority, p. 25

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Meadow Lake Tribal Council Drug Utilization Prevention Program: Phase II Final Report. Prepared for the Northern Intertribal Health Authority and Meadow Lake Tribal Council, p. 16.

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Prince Albert Grand Council Drug Utilization Prevention Program: Phase II Final Report. Prepared for the Northern Intertribal Health Authority and Prince Albert Grand Council, p. 17

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Lac LaRonge Indian Band Drug Utilization Prevention Program: Phase II Final Report. Prepared for the Northern Intertribal Health Authority and The Lac LaRonge Indian Band, p. 18

Tait, Caroline L. (2009) Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation Drug Utilization Prevention Program: Phase II Final Report. Prepared for the Northern Intertribal Health Authority and the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, p. 17

Tait, C., Williams, L., Fornssler. B (2007) Women, Health and Migration: A Literature Review and Synthesis Regarding the Experience and Mental Health Effects of Migration within Canada for Indigenous Women. Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Williams, L., White, J., Tait, C., Cezerilo, S., Mease, A., & The Saskatoon Immigrant Women’s Communities of Saskatoon (2007) Land, Belonging & Nomadic Identities: Women, Migration & Well Being: A Research Symposium and Community Gathering for Racialized Immigrant and Refugee Women and People Working With These Communities. Prairie Region Health Promotion Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Williams, L., White, J., Tait, C., Earl, K. (2007) Migration, Well-Being, and the Experience of Racialized Immigrant and Refugee Women in Canada. Prairie Region Health Promotion Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Williams, L., Tait, C. Fornssler, B. (2007) Reducing Mental Health Disparities: Annotated Bibliography Examining Literature About the Migration of Indigenous Women. Prairie Region Health Promotion Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Williams, L., White, J., Tait, C., Fornssler, B., Earl, K. (2007) Daring to Dream: Honoring the Realities of Racialized Immigrant and Refugee Women in Canada: A Literature Review and Synthesis. Prairie Region Health Promotion Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Williams, L., White, J., Tait, C., Fornssler, B., Earl, K., Beckwell Scriven, E. (2007) Daring to Dream: Honoring the Realities of Racialized Immigrant and Refugee Women in Canada. Summary of the Literature Review and Implications for Public Policy and Practices. Prairie Region Health Promotion Centre & Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Tait, Caroline L. (2007) Drug, Utilization Prevention and Promotional. Prepared for the Northern Inter-tribal Health Authority, p. 22

Tait, Caroline, L. (2007) A Critical Analysis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder(s) Prevention in Canadian First Nations Communities. Prepared for the Assembly of First Nations, Ottawa, Ontario

Tait, Caroline, L. (2007) Pakeeway House: Healthy Women, Healthy Families. Prepared for the Pakeeway House Board of Directors

Hayson, A., McBain, L., Jeffery, B., Tait, C.L. (2006) Integrated Mental Health Services Delivery in Isolated First Nation Communities: Issues and Directions. Prepared for the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority

Tait, Caroline, L. (2006). “Strengthening the Circle”: FASD Prevention—Mentorship Pilot Evaluation. Prepared for the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority, Prince Albert Saskatchewan

BOOK REVIEWS

Tait, Caroline L. (2004) Review of Conceiving Risk, Bearing Responsibility: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Diagnosis of Moral Disorder. By Elizabeth M. Armstrong. Social History, 37 (74), 263 – 264

BOOKS, CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, EXPOSITORY AND REVIEW ARTICLES

Tait, Caroline L.(2013 - accepted) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Indigenous Peoples of Canada: Reflection on 15 years of Study. Working with Aboriginal Peoples with Mental Health and Addiction Problems. Chapter 18. Peter Menzies and  Lynn Lavaleé (eds.), CAMH.

Kirmayer, Laurence J; Tait, Caroline L; Simpson, Cori. (2007) The Mental Health of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples: Transformation of Identity and Community. In Laurence J. Kirmayer and Gail Valaskakis (eds.), Healing Traditions: The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 3-35

Tait, Caroline L. (2007) Disruptions in Nature, Disruptions in Society: Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the “Making” of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. In Laurence J. Kirmayer and Gail Valaskaki (eds.), Healing Traditions: The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 196-222