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Welcome to Aboriginal Health
This guide will help you with work and research in Aboriginal Health. Aboriginal Health is holistic and incorporates Indigenous worldviews, medicinal knowledges, arts, places, and healing practices.
Elder Bruce Wolf Child has named the University of Lethbridge “Iniskim,” meaning Sacred Buffalo Stone. The university is located within the geographic region of a Blackfoot story about a medicine rock. Wolf Child originally named the university "Nato’ohkotok” (Medicine Rock), in 2002, in honour of the wisdom, knowledge, solidarity, and connection to the land and people of Blackfoot territory. In 2014, he refined the name to “Iniskim” (Sacred Buffalo Stone). This naming is a great honour for the University of Lethbridge and, in the spirit of sharing, we are committed to recognizing the Blackfoot and other Aboriginal peoples who are such an integral part of our community.
Other Useful Guides
A University of Lethbridge Library guide to Public Health research and resources.
A University of Lethbridge Library guide to research and resources in Complementary & Alternative Medicine.
A University of Lethbridge guide to Psychology research and resources.
Library Quick Links
A full list of Library help guides, including general research and subject-specific guides.
Library guide to citing sources in APA, MLA, or Chicago format.
When a book, journal article, or other item is not available through the Library, request it through interlibrary loan.
Your Library Record
Check due dates, holds, and other information on your Library account.
Iikaisskini Indigenous Student Affairs
Our gathering place is about an invitation to come share our stories, teachings, and wisdom. It’s about relationships, a safe place to explore new knowledge and engage in community dialogue. It’s about igniting pride and inspiring leadership.