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The Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community-Based HIV/AIDS Research (CJACBR) is published annually by the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) as a service to its membership and anyone with an interest in Aboriginal Community-Based Research.

Purpose and Audience:

The CJACBR is a peer-reviewed journal which welcomes contributions from any author. Priority however, may be given to an author of Aboriginal ancestry/background, should manuscripts of comparable quality be available. First consideration will be given to innovative articles covering areas identified as HIV/AIDS research-intensive which demonstrates the use of Aboriginal Community-Based Research (ACBR) methods or philosophy. Articles published in CJACBR are directed toward several audiences.The primary audience is Aboriginal HIV/AIDS service organizations and Aboriginal people living with HIV/AIDS (APHAs). The CJACBR secondary audiences include community leaders, policy and decision-makers, and anyone with an interest in HIV/AIDS, particularly within Aboriginal populations and communities.

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Call For Papers

The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) is calling for papers to be considered for the third issue of the Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community-Based HIV/AIDS Research (CJACBR). The CJACBR is a peer-reviewed journal, published by CAAN, which welcomes contributions from any author. Innovative HIV/AIDS research articles which demonstrate the use of Aboriginal Community-Based Research (ACBR) methods or philosophy are strongly encouraged. Submissions should be prepared in plain language.

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2014

Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community – Volume 6, Winter 2014

2014 CJACBR

2014 Introduction pages

Voices from the Fire

Moving Mountains

Condom Use-related Beliefs in Adolescents

Perceptions of Alcohol Use

2013

Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community –  Volume 5, Winter 2013

2013 Introduction pages

Because we are Natives

Cultural Concepts of Care

Perspectives of Canadian Inner City

Getting the Canadian HIV epidemic to zero

Positive Social Support and Mental Health among Two-Spirit and Heterosexual

HIV Colonalisim and Aborginal Youth

2011

Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community –  Volume 4, Winter 2011

2010

Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community – Based HIV/AIDS Research Volume 3

2009

2008

2006

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