null Carrie Martin, BA, BSW, PhD (candidate)


Indigenous • women • HIV • sexual and reproductive health and rights • health equity

Research Focus

My research focuses on supporting Indigenous peoples living with HIV and women-identified people specifically, finding ways to reduce barriers to healthcare, improve their health outcomes, achieve health equity, and improve their quality of life.

Selected Publications

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  • Peltier, D., Martin C, Masching, R., Standup, M., Cardinal, C., Nicholson, V., Kazemi, M., Kaida, A., Warren, L., Jaworsky, D., Gervais, L., de Pokomandy, A., Bruce, S., Greene, S., Becker, M., Cotnam, J., Larkin, K., Beaver, K., Bourassa, C., & Loutfy M. (2020). A journey of doing research “in a good way”: Partnership, ceremony, and reflections contributing to the care and wellbeing of Indigenous women living with HIV in Canada. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 11(4).

  • O’Brien, N., Martin, C., Peltier, D., et al. Employing Indigenous Methodologies to understand women’s perceptions of HIV, health, and wellbeing in Quebec, Canada" (in press 2019). International Review of Qualitative Research.

  • Yaphe, S., Richer, F., Martin, C. Cultural Safety Training for Health Professionals Working with Indigenous Populations in Montreal Quebec. International Journal of Indigenous Health, Volume 14, Issue 1, May 28, 2019.