Indigenous peoples -- Health and hygiene

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            Arrowhead Programme fonds
            PR0960 · Fonds · 1979

            The fonds includes Arrowhead Programme ’79 posters targeting Indigenous youth on topics such as alcoholism, health, depression, nutrition and other social issues.

            Arrowhead Programme
            Betty Eggen fonds
            PR4110 · 1938 - 1981

            The fonds consists of an audiotaped interview of Betty Eggen by Lynne French on January 20, 1994. In the interview, she discusses her training and career as an Army nurse, and as a public health nurse for the Victorian Order of Nurses, the Calgary Board of Health, and the Federal government. Notes from the interview include the advances in training and practice, as well as the development of homecare services. She also compares the cooperative inter-agency activities among charities and agencies in Montreal with the competitive activities of service groups in Calgary.

            Eggen, Betty
            PR2118 · Collection · 1991

            The collection consists of recorded and written interviews with former staff and patients of the Charles Camsell Hospital dating from 1991 conducted by Lisa Staples of the Provincial Museum of Alberta.

            Provincial Museum of Alberta
            Mary Percy Jackson fonds
            PR0102 · Fonds · 1928-2000

            The fonds consists of correspondence between Mary Percy Jackson and her friends and family in Canada and England; biographical information about the doctor and her many achievements; transcripts of speeches which she had given; subject files of material that was of professional and personal interest to her; and, four audio recordings of her life as a doctor and a farmer in Peace River Country.

            Jackson, Mary Percy