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About Chantelle Richmond

I am a First Nation scholar who has trained primarily in health geography. Both from a personal and academic perspective, I am deeply concerned with the current health and social inequalities endured by Indigenous Canadians, and the contributions of environmental change to these realities.
My research draws from various methods to examine the social and environmental determinants of Indigenous health, and to better understand the dimensions linking health and place among Indigenous peoples in Canada and around the world. I have research interests in the ways that social, environmental, economic and political processes – broadly defined - work to affect the environments within which Indigenous peoples live. I am particularly interested in understanding how these environments shape access to, and the quality of, social determinants of Indigenous health.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor (Cross-Appointment) Department of Family Medicine, Western University
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Present Assistant Professor (Cross-Appointment) First Nations Studies, Western University
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Present Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Western University
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests


Honors and Awards

  • CIHR New Investigator Award (2010-2015)
  • University Student Council Teaching Honour Roll 2009



Contact Information

Social Science Centre 2433
Phone: 519.661.2111 ext. 85324


Articles (15)

Documentary Film (1)