Articles in Refereed Journals

27. Richmond, C.A.M., Steckley, M., Neufeld, H., Kerr, R. B., Wilson, K., & Dokis, B. (2020). First Nations Food Environments: Exploring the role of place, income and social connection. Current Developments in Nutrition.
26. Peach, L.*, Richmond, C. A.M., & Brunette-Debassige, C. (2020). “You can’t just take a piece of land from the university and build a garden on it”: Exploring Indigenizing space and place in a settler Canadian university context. Geoforum114, 117-127.
25. Neufeld, H, Richmond, C.A.M. (2020) Exploring First Nation Elder Women’s Relationships with Food from Social, Ecological and Historical Perspectives. Current Developments in Nutrition. Feb 5;4(3):nzaa011. doi: 10.1093/cdn/nzaa011
24. Mikraszewicz, K.*, & Richmond, C.A.M. (2019). Paddling the Biigtig: Mino biimadisiwin practiced through canoeing. Social Science & Medicine, 240, 112548.
23. Richmond, C.A.M. (2018) Try Bravery for a Change: Supporting Indigenous health Training and Development in Canadian Universities. Aboriginal Policy Studies 7 (1).
22. Tait Neufeld, H., Richmond C.A.M. (2017).  Environmental Determinants of Health: Impacts on Traditional Food Systems in Southwestern Ontario.  International Indigenous Health Journal, 11(2).
21. Alcock, D*., Elgie, J*., Richmond, C.A.M., White, J. (2017). Developing Ethical Research Practices Between Institutional and Community Partners: A Look at the Current Base of Literature Surrounding Memorandums of Understanding in Canada. International Indigenous Policy Journal.
20. Richmond, C.A.M., Cook, C.  (2016). Creating conditions for Canadian aboriginal health equity: the promise of healthy public policy. Public Health Reviews, 37:2, doi: 10.1186/s40985-016-0016-5
19. Tobias, J.*, Richmond, C.A.M.  (2016). Gimiigiwemin: Putting Knowledge Translation Into Practice With Anishinaabe Communities.  International Journal of Indigenous Health, 11 (1): 228-243.
18. Tait Neufeld, H*., Richmond, C.A.M. (2015). A taste of tradition.  International Innovation, 174.
17. Tobias, J.*, Richmond, C.A.M. (2014). "That Land Means Everything to us as Anishinaabe….":  Environmental Dispossession and Resilience on the North Shore of Lake Superior.  Health and Place, 29: 26-33.
16. Big-Canoe, K*., Richmond, C.A.M.  (2014). Anishinabe youth perceptions about community health: Toward environmental repossession.  Health and Place (26): 127-136. 
15. Mkandawire, P*., Richmond, C.A.M., Dixon, J*., Luginaah, I., and Tobias, J* (2013). Hepatitis B in Ghana’s Upper West Region: A Hidden Disease In Need of National Policy Attention.  Health and Place.
14. Richmond, C.A.M.  (2013). Toward improving child health.  A foreword for a special compendium on Aboriginal Children’s Health.  Health Reports.
13. Tobias, J.*, Richmond, C.A.M., Luginaah, I. (2013). Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) with Indigenous Communities: Producing Respectful and Reciprocal Research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 8 (2).
12. Richmond C.A.M., Smith, D. and The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health (2012) Sense of Belonging in the Urban School Environments of Aboriginal Youth.  International Indigenous Policy Journal, 3 (1).
11. Finkelstein S*., Forbes D., Richmond C.A.M.  (2012)  Formal Dementia Care among First Nations in Southwestern Ontario.  Canadian Journal on Aging, 30 (3).
10. Kulmann, K.A.*, Richmond C.A.M.  (2012). Addressing the persistence of Tuberculosis Among the Canadian Inuit Population: The need for a social determinants of health framework.  International Indigenous Policy Journal.
9. Zhou, AW*, Boshart, S*, Seelisch, J, Eshaghian, R, McLeod, R, Nisker, J, Richmond, C.A.M, Howard, JM.  (2011).  Efficacy of a 3-hour Aboriginal health teaching in the medical curriculum: Are we changing student knowledge and attitudes?  Health Education Journal.
8. Richmond, C.A.M.  (2009)  The social determinants of Inuit health: A focus on social support in the Canadian Arctic.  International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 68 (5): 471-487.
7. Richmond, C.A.M., Ross, N.A. (2009) The determinants of First Nation and Inuit health: A critical population health approach. Health & Place, 15:403–411.
6. Richmond C.A.M (2008) Explaining the paradox of health and social support among Aboriginal Canadians.  Canadian Issues, Winter: 65-71.
5. Richmond C.A.M., Ross NA. (2008) Social support, material circumstance and health behaviour: Influences on health in First Nation and Inuit Communities of Canada.   Social Science & Medicine, 67: 1423–1433.
4. Richmond, C.A.M, Ross NA, Egeland GM. (2007) Societal resources and thriving health: A new approach for understanding the health of Indigenous Canadians.  American Journal of Public Health, 97 (10): 1827-1833.
3. Richmond, C.A.M. (2007) Narratives of Social Support and Health in Aboriginal Communities.  Canadian Journal of Public Health, 98 (4): 347-51.
2. Frohlich K, Ross NA, Richmond, C.A.M. (2006) Health disparities in Canada today: Some evidence and a theoretical framework. Health Policy, 79 (2-3): 132-143.
1. Richmond, C.A.M, Elliott SJ, Mathews R, Elliott B. (2005) The political ecology of health: Perceptions of environment, economy, health and well-being among 'Namgis First Nation. Health & Place, 11(4): 349-365.


Published Contributions to a Collective Work and Book Chapters

17. Richmond, C. A.M.  (2020). A Pathway to “Becoming”: Stories About Indigenization From One Indigenous Health Scholar. In Critical Reflections and Politics on Advancing Women in the Academy (pp. 70-86). IGI Global.
16. Richmond, C.A.M., Big-Canoe, K.  (2018) Geographies of Indigenous health.  Routledge Handbook of Health Geography. Ed. V. Crooks, G. Andrews and J. Pearce. Routledge.
15. Richmond, C.A.M. (2017). Indigenous health.  In D. Richardson The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology.  Wiley-Blackwell.
14. Laliberte Rudman, D., C.A.M. Richmond, T. Orchard, and A. Isaac* (2016). Educational vision quests of Canadian First Nations youth: A photovoice exploration. In ‘And a Seed was Planted’: Occupation-Based Approaches for Social Inclusion, ed. H. van Bruggen, N. Pollard and S. Kantartzis. London, UK: Whiting and Birch (in press).
13. Richmond, C.A.M. (2016). Applied decolonizing methodologies: A community based film project with Anishinabe communities.  In Fenton, NE and Baxter, J.  Practicing Qualitative Methods in Health Geographies. 
12. Richmond, C.A.M. (2015). The relatedness of people, land and health: Stories from Anishinabe Elders.  In Sarah de Leeuw, Margo Greenwood, and Charlotte Reading.  Determinants of Indigenous Peoples’ Health in Canada: Beyond the social. Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc.
11. Williams, J., Richmond C.A.M. (2015). Cross Cultural Issues in Health Psychology in, Hadjistavropoulos, T. & Hadjistavropoulos, H. (Editors). Fundamentals of Health Psychology, Second Edition.  Don Mills: Oxford University Press.
10. Wilson K., Richmond C.A.M, Snyder M (2014).  Indigenous Health.  Encyclopaedia of Health and Society.  Wiley-Blackwell.
9. Williams, J., Richmond C.A.M. (2014). Cross Cultural Issues in Health Psychology in, Hadjistavropoulos, T. & Hadjistavropoulos, H. (Editors). Fundamentals of Health Psychology.  Don Mills: Oxford University Press.
8. Richmond, C.A.M, Crighton, E., Wilson, K., Rosenberg, M. (2011) Self-rated health status and Health Utility Index scores among Adult First Nations. Analysis of the Regional Health Survey.  For the First Nations Information Governance Centre.  Ottawa.
7. Wilson, K, Rosenberg, M., Crighton, E., Richmond, C.A.M. (2011) Demographics and Migration of the Adult First Nation Population.  Analysis of the Regional Health Survey.  For the First Nations Information Governance Centre.  Ottawa.
6. Crighton, E., Richmond, C.A.M., Wilson, K., Rosenberg, M. (2011) Healthcare Utilization and Preventative Care among First Nations youth. Analysis of the Regional Health Survey.  For the First Nations Information Governance Centre.  Ottawa.
5. Richmond, C.A.M Wilson, K (2011) “La santé de gens Indigènes,” pages 63-80 dans Santé et Géographie, Nouveaux Regards, 320 pp par Sébastien Fleuret et Anne-Cécile Hoyez.
4. Richmond, C.A.M., Big-Canoe K*. (2010) The social determinants of Aboriginal health:  Defining a research Agenda for Canada’s Urban Population.  In White, Jerry, Julie Peters, Dan Beavon and Peter Dinsdale. (April 2010). Aboriginal Policy Research: Urban Perspectives, Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing. 
3. Beavon D., Richmond, C.A.M., Dockstator, M.  (2009)  Editorial: One Path, Many Directions: The Complex and Diverse Nature of Contemporary Aboriginal Reality. Canadian Diversity 7(3).
2. Wilson K, Richmond, C.A.M. (2009) Indigenous Health and Medicine. In Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography.  Oxford: Elsevier Limited.
1. Richmond, C.A.M, Ross NA, Bernier J. (2007) Exploring Indigenous concepts of health: The Dimensions of Métis and Inuit Health.  In White, Jerry, Dan Beavon, Susan Wingert and Paul Maxim (eds). Aboriginal Policy Research: Directions and Outcomes Volume 4. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, pp 3-13.

Documentary Films Produced

Richmond, C.A.M, Fortier, J.M. (2013) Gifts from the Elders, 60 minutes.   Copyright: University of Western Ontario.  London. Companion website: