Show simple item record Kulig, Judith Celene University of Lethbridge. Regional Centre for Health Promotion 2009-10-27T18:00:21Z 2009-10-27T18:00:21Z 1995
dc.description 63 p. ; 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-36). en
dc.description.abstract A needs assessment was completed with the target group, the Kanadier Mennonites. This assessment was successfully completed through a partnership between the School of Nursing, University of Lethbridge Advanced Community Nursing class, the Barons- Eureka-Warner (BEW) Health Unit (now part of the Chinook Regional Health Authority) and the Mennonite Central Committee local office, the Kanadier Concerns. Thirteen student teams conducted interviews with 22 key informants and 44 household informants. Male and female interpreters, fluent in English and Low German, were used as translators and cultural interpreters. The limitations include the inability to randomize the sample, the need to use interpreters which may have led to a loss in understanding, the misinterpretation by the student teams of some of the questions, or the in accurate completion of the demographic information sheets by some of the student teams. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Regional Centre for Health Promotion and Community Studies, University of Lethbridge en
dc.subject Kanadier Mennonites -- Health and hygiene en
dc.subject Community health services -- Alberta, Southern -- Cross-cultural studies en
dc.subject Public health -- Alberta, Southern en
dc.subject Mennonites -- Alberta, Southern en
dc.subject Demographic surveys -- Alberta, Southern en
dc.title Community Assessment of the Kanadier (Mexican) Mennonites: Final Report en
dc.type Technical Report en
dc.publisher.faculty Regional Centre for Health Promotion and Community Studies en
dc.publisher.institution University of Lethbridge en

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