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(last five years)

Total Research Funding Received from External & Internal U of L funding sources: $1,813,590.40 (1993 – 2012; plus $2,950,000 in training grants)




  1. MacLeod, M., Kulig, J., Stewart, N., & Pitblado, R., The Nature of Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada II

Health Canada

Award: $400,00.00

Start Date: March 1, 2012


  1. Kulig, J., (Principal Investigator), Mental Health Wellness & Illness Knowledge and Beliefs among Low German-speaking Mennonites: Development of Best Practice Guidelines

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Award: $173,055

Start Date: April 1, 2012


  1. Kulig, J., (Principal Investigator), I. Townshend, O. Awosoga, B. Shepard, D. Edge, B. Reimer, & N. Lightfoot Families & Children: Responses to Wildfires—Links to Community Resilience

Alberta Centre for Child, Family & Community Research (ACCFCR), The Alberta Government & The Institute of Catastrophic Loss Reduction

Award $40,000, $60,000 & $5,000 respectively

Start Date: August 1, 2011 – ongoing

Webpage: Ruralwildfire.ca




  1. Kulig, J., (Principal Investigator), The Discovery of Death and Dying Beliefs among Low German Speaking Mennonites: Application to Best Practice Guidelines

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Award: $187,388

Start Date: April 1, 2009 – March 31, 2013

Webpage: Mennonitehealth.com




  1. Kulig, J. (Principal Investigator), B. Reimer, I. Townshend, D. Edge, N. Lightfoot

Resiliency in Rural Settlements that have experienced Wildfires: Implications for Disaster Management and Mitigation

Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council

Award: $114,439

Start Date: April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2012

Webpage:ruralwildfire.ca



  1. Kulig, J., (Principal Investigator), B. Reimer, I. Townshend, D. Edge, K. Neves-Graca, N. Lightfoot

Understanding Resiliency and Risk: A Case Study of the Lost Creek Fire

Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction

Award: $10,000.00

Start Date: September 1, 2006 – February 29, 2008




  1. Kulig, J. (Principal Investigator), Exploring Kanadier Mennonite Women’s Health: Identifying Their Knowledge and Need for Health Promotion

CIHR Institute of Gender and Health

Start Date: December 1 2003 – March 31, 2008

Award: $7708.00

CIHR (Open Grant)

Start Date: April 1, 2004 – March 31, 2006

Award: $14,944.


Other

  1. Public Health in Agricultural & Rural Environments (PHARE)

PI team (11 in total) led by J. Gordon; Kulig, J. is one of 8 co-investigators

Renewed: 2008 – ongoing (for 6 years)

Award: $1.95 million


  1. School of Health Sciences/University of Lethbridge written by: Kulig, J., Support Program for Aboriginal Nursing Students (SPANS) Health Canada, Aboriginal Health Human Resource Initiative.

August 2007 – March 2010

Award: $1 million




  1. Kulig, J. Kanadier Mennonite Household Survey

Monies from the Baron-Eureka-Warner Family & Community Social Services (FCSS); Grasslands FCSS; Forty Mile Regional FCSS; Palliser Health Authority, Region 2 Community Partnership Enhancement Fund; Southeast SAFCA.

December, 2005 – May, 2006


Award: $10,000.

PUBLICATIONS

Peer Reviewed



Books


  1. Kulig, J., & Williams, A. (co-editors). (2012). Health in Rural Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.




  1. Ramp, W., Kulig, J., Townshend, I., & McGowan, V. (Eds.). (1999). Health in rural settings: Contexts for action. Lethbridge: University of Lethbridge.



Contributions to Books


  1. Kulig, J., MacLeod, M., Stewart, N., & Pitblado, R. (2012). Clients in Rural Areas. In L. Stamler & L. Yui (Eds). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective. 3rd Ed (pp 363-374) Toronto: Pearson.




  1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., Hegney, D., (2010). Resiliency in rural communities. In C. Winters & H. Lee (Eds). (3rd edition). (pp 385-400) Rural Nursing: Concepts, Theory, and Practice New York: Springer.




  1. Kulig, J., MacLeod, M., Stewart, N., & Pitblado, R. (2008). Clients in Rural Areas. In L. Stamler & L. Yui (Eds). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective. 2nd Ed (pp 301-310) Toronto: Pearson.




  1. Kulig, J. & Prak, S. (2005). Cambodian People. In J. Lipson & S. Dibble. (Ed). Culture and Nursing Care: Volume II. (pp 73-84) San Francisco: UCSF Press.



  1. Kulig, J. (2003). Cambodian women. In P. St. Hill, J. Lipson, & A. Meleis (Eds.), Caring for women cross-culturally (pp. 78-91). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.





  1. Kulig, J. (2000). Culturally diverse communities: The impact on the role of community health nurses. In M. Stewart (Ed.), (2nd ed.) Community nursing: Promoting Canadians' health (pp. 194-210). Toronto: W.B. Saunders.




  1. Kulig, J. (1999). Sensing collectivity & building skills: Rural Communities & community resiliency. In W. Ramp, J. Kulig, I. Townshend, & V. McGowan (Eds.), Health in rural settings: Contexts for action (pp. 223-244). Lethbridge: University of Lethbridge.




  1. Kulig, J. (1996). Cambodians (Khmer). In J. Lipson, S. Dibble, P. Minarik (Eds.), Culture and nursing: A pocket guide (pp. 55- 63). San Francisco: UCSF Press. (Winner of the AJN Community Book of the Year Award).




  1. Kulig, J. (1996). Insight, experience & expertise: Including front-line workers in decision-making. In M. Stingl & D. Wilson (Eds.), Efficiency vs. equality: Health reform in Canada (pp. 101-110). Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.




  1. Kulig, J. (1995). Culturally diverse communities: The impact on the role of community Health nurses. In M. Stewart (Ed.), Community nursing: Promoting Canadians' health (pp. 246-265). Toronto: W.B. Saunders.



  1. Kulig, J. (1994). Old traditions in a new world: Changing gender relations among Cambodian refugees. L. Camino & R. Krulfeld (Eds.), Reconstructing lives, recapturing meaning: Refugee identity, gender, and culture change (pp. 129-146). Newark, NJ: Gordon & Breach Publishers.




Journal Articles


    1. Reimer, W., Kulig, J., Edge, D., Lightfoot, N., Townshend, I. (in press). The Lost Creek Fire: An Example of Community Governance under Disaster Conditions. Disasters.

    2. Hall, B., Kulig, J., Grant Kalischuk, R., (2011). Ruth Youth and Violence: A Gender Perspective. Rural and Remote Health 11 (online): 1716. Available from http://www.rrh.org.au




    1. Kulig, J., & Fan, Y. (2011). Suffering: Is the Concept Significant among Low German-speaking Mennonites? Journal of Mennonite Studies.




    1. Kulig, J., Lamb, M., Solowoniuk, J., Weaselfat, R., Shade, C., Healy, L., White, T., Crowshoe-Hirsch, H. (2010) Nurturing a Dream: The Support Program for Aboriginal Nursing Students. First Nations Perspectives: The Journal of the Manitoba First Nations Resource Centre, 3(1) 89-109.




    1. Harrowing, J., Mill, J., Spiers, J., Kulig, J., Kipp, W. (2010) Critical ethnography, cultural safety and international nursing research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 9(3), 240-251.



    1. Stewart, N., Darcy, C., Kosteniuk, J., Andrews, ME, Morgan, D., Forbes, D., MacLeod, Kulig, J., & Pitblado, R., (2010) Moving on?, Predictors of intent to leave among rural and remote RNs in Canada, Journal of Rural Health (27(1), 103-113. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-0361.2010.00308.x





    1. Kulig, J., Duke, M., Solowoniuk, J., Weaselfat, R., Shade, C., Wojtowicz, B., & Lamb, M. (2010). Aboriginal Science symposium: Enabling Aboriginal student success in post-secondary institutions. Rural and Remote Health Online, 10, 1324.




    1. Harrowing, J., Mill, J., Spiers, J., Kulig, J., Kipp, W., (2010). Culture, context, and community: Ethical Considerations for Global Nursing Research. International Nursing Review, 57, 70-77.




    1. Kulig, J., Stewart, N., Penz, K., Forbes, D., Morgan, D. & Emerson, P. (2009). Work setting, Community Attachment and Satisfaction among Rural and Remote Registered Nurses. Public Health Nursing, 26(5), 430-439.




    1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., & Lightfoot, N. (2009). Levels of Risk: Perspectives of the Lost Creek Fire. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 24(2), 33-39.




    1. Kulig, J., Babcock, R., Wall, M., & Hill, S. (2009). Being a Woman: Perspectives of Low German-Speaking Mennonite Women. Health Care for Women International. 30(4), 324-338.



    1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., & Joyce, B. (2008). Understanding Community Resiliency in Rural Communities through Multimethod Research, Journal of Rural and Community Development. 3(3) (online).





    1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., Joyce, B. (2008). Community Resiliency as a Measure of Collective Health Status: Perspectives from Rural Communities Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 40(4), 92-110.




    1. Kulig, J., Wall, M., Hill, S. & Babcock R. (2008). Childbearing Beliefs among Low-German-Speaking Mennonite Women. International Nursing Review, 55(4), 420-426.




    1. Kulig, J., Hall, B., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2008). Bullying Perspectives among Rural Youth: A Mixed Methods Approach, Rural and Remote Health Journal. 8 (online): 923 Available from: http://www.rrh.org.au.




    1. Kulig, J., Andrews, ME., Stewart, N., Pitblado, R., MacLeod, M., Bentham, D., D’Arcy, C., Morgan, D., Forbes, D., Remus, G., Smith, B., (2008) How do Registered Nurses define Rurality? Australian Journal of Rural Health, 16(1), 28-32.




    1. Kulig, J., Krupa, E., Nowatzki, N. (2007). Teaching and Learning about Community Development Online: Insights and Lessons Learned. Canadian Journal of Learning & Technology 33(2), 81-95.



    1. MacLeod, M., Dosman, J., Kulig, J., Medves, J. (2007). The development of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society: Creating capacity through connections. Rural and Remote Health 7:622 (Online), Available from: http://www.rrh.org.au





    1. Kulig, J., Stewart, N., Morgan, D., Andrews, ME, MacLeod, M. & Pitblado, R. (2006) Aboriginal Nurses: Insights from a National Study. The Canadian Nurse, 102(4), 16-20.




    1. Kulig, J., Hall, B. & Grant Kalischuk, R., Violence in Rural Communities: Youth Speak Out! Rural and Remote Health 6 (online) 2006: 500. Available from: http://www.rrh.org.au




    1. Kulig, J., Nahachewsky, D., Hall, B., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2005). Rural Youth Violence: It is a Public Health Concern! The Canadian Journal of Public Health. 96(5), 357-359.




    1. Hall, B., Kulig, J., Campbell, R., Wall, M. & Babcock, R. (2005). Social Work and Kanadier Mennonites: Challenges & Rewards. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought. 24(3), 91-104.




    1. Stewart, N., D’Arcy, C., Pitblado, R., Morgan, D., Forbes, D., Remus, G., Smith, B., Andrews, M.E., Kosteniuk, J., Kulig, J., & MacLeod, M., (2005). A Profile of Registered Nurses in Rural and Remote Canada. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 37(1), 122-145.



    1. Kulig, J., Hall, B., Babcock, R., Campbell, R., & Wall, M. (2004). Childbearing Knowledge, Beliefs and Practices Among Kanadier Mennonite Women The Canadian Nurse. 100(8), 34-37.





    1. Kulig, J., Minore, B. & Stewart, N. (2004). Capacity building in rural health research: A Canadian perspective. Rural & Remote Health, 4 (online), 274.




    1. Kulig, J., & Hall, B. (2004) Health and illness beliefs among southern Alberta Kanadier Mennonites. Journal of Mennonite Studies. 22, 185-204.




    1. MacLeod, M., Kulig, J., Stewart, N., Pitblado, R., Knock, M. (2004). The Nature of Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada. The Canadian Nurse. 100(6), 27-31.




    1. Kulig, J., Nahachewsky, D., Thomlinson, E., MacLeod, M., & Curran, F. (2004). Maximizing the involvement of rural nurses in policy, The Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership. 17(1) 88–96.




    1. Kulig, J. Discussing hope with public health nurses and community members. (2004) Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care. 4(1), 37-50.




    1. Hall, B., & Kulig, J. (2004). Kanadier Mennonites: A case study examining research challenges among religious groups. Qualitative Health Research. 14(3) 359-368.



    1. Gerrard, N., Kulig, J., & Nowatzki, N. (2004). What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger: Determinants of stress resiliency in rural people in Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Rural Health.20(1), 59-66.





    1. Kulig, J., Meyer, C., Hill, S., Handley, C., Lichtenberger, S., Myck, S. (2002). Refusals and delay of immunization within southwest Alberta: Understanding alternative beliefs and religious perspectives. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93(2), 109-112.




    1. Kulig, J. (2002). Hope at the community level according to rural-based public health nurses. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 2(2), www.rno.org/journal/volume2/issue2/kulig.html




    1. Kulig, J. (2000). Community resiliency: The potential for community health nursing theory development. Public Health Nursing, 17(5), 374-385.




    1. Kulig, J., & Waldner, M. (1999). Lessons in community development: Attempting to create a community wellness centre. Journal of Community Development Society, 30(1), 29-47.




    1. Kulig, J., Pfeuti, L, Thorpe, K., & Hall, B. (1999). The challenge of multiculturalism and post-secondary education for professionals: A review of North American literature. The Indian Journal of Social Work, 60(2), 209-232.



    1. Kulig, J. (1998). Family life among El Salvadorans, Guatemalans and Nicaraguans: A comparative study. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 29(3), 469-479.





    1. Kulig, J, & McCaslin, C. (1998). Mexican Mennonites: A group in transition. The Canadian Nurse, 94(6), 34-39.




    1. Hall, B., Kulig, J., Thorpe, K., & Pfeuti, L. (1998). Understanding and application of culturally diverse issues within university settings. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 28(1), 105-128.




    1. Thorpe, K., & Kulig, J. (1997). The enhancement of writing skills among post-RN students. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 28(1), 39-43.




    1. Kulig, J., & Thorpe, K. (1996). Teaching and learning needs of culturally diverse post-RN students. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 28(2), 119-123.




    1. Kulig, J., & Wilde, I. (1996). Collaboration between communities & universities: The completion of a community needs assessment, Public Health Nursing, 13(2), 112-119.




    1. Doolittle, L., & Kulig, J. (1995). Interactive theatre in the classroom. Canadian Theatre Review, 85, 66-69.



    1. Rasbridge L., & Kulig, J. (1995). Infant feeding among Cambodians: The dynamics of the refugee resettlement Process. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 20(4), 213-218.




    1. Kulig, J. (1995). Cambodian refugees' family planning knowledge & use. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 150-157.




    1. Kulig, J. (1994). "Those with unheard voices:" The plight of a Cambodian refugee woman. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 11(2), 99-107.




    1. Kulig, J. (1994). Sexuality beliefs among Cambodians: Implications to health care professionals. Health Care for Women International, 15, 69-76.




    1. Kulig, J., Brett, C., & Stilwell, J. (1992). Prenatal classes for new Canadians, The Canadian Nurse, 88(5), 25-28.



    1. Meleis, A., Kulig, J., Neves Arruda, E., & Beckman, A. (1990). Maternal role of women in clerical jobs in southern Brazil: Stress and satisfaction. Health Care for Women International, 11, 369-382.





    1. Kulig, J. (1990). Childbearing beliefs among Cambodian refugee women. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 12(1), 108-118.




    1. Kulig, J. (1990). A review of the health status of Southeast Asian refugee women. Health Care for Women International, 11(1), 49-63.




    1. Kulig, J. (1988). Conception and birth control use: Cambodian refugee women's beliefs and practices. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 5(4), 235-246.




    1. Kulig, J. (1988). Childbearing Cambodian refugee women. The Canadian Nurse, 84(6), 46-47.




    1. Kulig, J. (1987). Native American registered nurses and state board examinations. Journal of American Indian Education, 26(2), 29-38.

Other, Including Proceedings of Meetings


  1. Kulig, J. Culturological Assessment of a Coastal Tsimshian Village, Application of Cultural Concepts to Nursing Care. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Transcultural Nursing Conference Salt Lake, City, Utah, The Transcultural Nursing Society, 1984.

Invited Publications – Books



  1. Kulig, J. (2002). Values. In L. Breslow (Ed.), Health education encyclopedia of public health (pp. 1273-1275). New York: Macmillan Reference.




  1. Kulig, J. (1996). Case Examples. In J. Lipson & S. Steiger (Eds.), Self-care nursing in a multicultural context (pp. 78-79, 268-269). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.




  1. Kulig, J. (1993). The state of Cambodia. In J. Church, Handbook: Caring for culturally diverse elderly. Calgary: Carewest Administration Center.




  1. Lukas, A., & Kulig, J. (1985). Bridging the gap: Birth practices, birth control and sexuality among Cambodian and Vietnamese women. WID Working Paper Series No. 10, Cambridge, MA: WID - Joint Harvard - MIT Group.


Invited Publications – Journals


  1. Kulig, J., (2006). Commentary for: African American Culture and Hypertension Prevention. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 28(7) 855-857.




  1. Kulig, J. (2006). Commentary for: African American Beliefs About Diabetes Western Journal of Nursing Research, 28(1), 30-32.



  1. Kulig, J. & MacKinnon, D. (2005). Aboriginal Casinos: Who’s Cashing In? Optimum Online: The Journal of Public Sector Management 35(4).




  1. Kulig, J. (2000). Commentary for Determinants of Psychological Well-being in Irish Immigrants. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 22(2), 140-142.




  1. Brown, D., & Kulig, J. (1996/7). The concept of resiliency: Theoretical lessons from community research. Health & Canadian Society, 4(1), 29-50.


Invited Publications – Journal Editor


  1. Arbour, L., Parkinson, A., & Kulig, J., (Guest Editors). Circumpolar Health Special Issue: Human Health at the Ends of the Earth Rural and Remote Health 10 (online).




  1. Kulig, J., (2010) (Guest Editor) Rural Health Research, Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 42(1)




  1. Kulig, J. (2005). (Guest Editor). Rural Health Research, Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 37(1)




  1. Kulig, J., & Brown, D. (1996/7). (Scientific Guest Editors), Special Issue of Health and Canadian Society, (4)1.


Invited Publications – Editorials


  1. Arbour, L., Parkinson, A., & Kulig, J., Human Health at the Ends of the Earth. Rural and Remote Health, 10 (online), 1534.



  1. Kulig, J., (2010). Rural Health Research in Canada: Assessing our Progress. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 42(1), 7 – 11.





  1. Bowman, R C, & Kulig, J. C., The North American section of Rural and Remote Health: the time has come! Rural and Remote Health 8 (online) 2008:1016. Available from: http:www.rrh.org.au




  1. Kulig, J. (2005). Rural health research: Are we beyond the crossroads? Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 37(1), 3 - 6.


Invited Publications - Newsletters


  1. Kulig, J., (2007). Community Resiliency. Living Ethics, 68, 11.




  1. Kulig, J., (2007). Community Resiliency Research: Reflections on a Decade of Research. Rural Nurse: Australian Rural Nurses & Midwives, 15(1), 1,4.




  1. Kulig, J., (2006). Health Service Delivery in Canada. The Network: Towards Unity for Health 25(1), 11.




  1. Kulig, J. (1986). Native American RNs success on state boards. The IHS Primary Care Provider, 11(5), 132-134.




  1. Kulig, J. (1981). Through a very small window. Registered Nurse's Association of British Columbia Journal, 13(4), 25.


Not Peer Reviewed


Journal Articles


  1. Kulig, J., & Radtke, J. (1996). Making of a cross-cultural video-tape. Nurse Educator, 21(1), 6.


Newsletters/Magazines

  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, d., & Lightfoot, N. (2011). Rural communities facing disasters: What have we learned? Municipal World, 121(5), 23 – 29.




  1. Kulig, J. & Lamb, M., (2009). Making Dreams Possible. Alberta RN 65(8), 30.




  1. McTighe, C., & The Rural Wildfire Study Group1 (2008). From Surviving to Thriving—the Resiliency of Rural Communities in the Face of Adversity. Rural Routes, 8(33), 20 – 21.




  1. Kulig, J., & Grypma, S. (2006). Honouring Pioneer Aboriginal Nurses from the Blood Reserve. Alberta RN 62(8) 14-16.


Other, including Proceedings of Meetings


  1. Kulig, J., Kimmel, A., Gullacher, A., Reimer, B., Townshend, I., Edge, D.S., Lightfoot, N., McKay, M., Barnett, M., Clague, J., & Coghlan, A. (2010). Mallard Fire: Lessons Learned. Retrieved from www.ruralwildfire.ca



  1. Kulig, J., Kimmel, A., Gullacher, A., Reimer, B., Townshend, I., Edge, D.S., Lightfoot, N., McKay, M., Barnett, M., Clague, J., & Coghlan, A. (2010). McLure Fire: Lessons Learned. Retrieved from www.ruralwildfire.ca





  1. Kulig, J., Gullacher, A., Reimer, B., Townshend, I., Edge, D.S., Lightfoot, N., Neves-Graca, K., McKay, M., Hutton, D., Barnett, M., Clague, J., & Coghlan, A. (2008). Lost Creek Fire: Lessons Learned. Retrieved from: www.ruralwildfire.ca.




  1. Kulig, J., MacLeod, M., & Lavoie, J. (2007, February). Nurses and First Nations and Inuit Community-Managed Primary Health Services. The Nature of Rural and Remote Nursing, 5, Retrieved from http://www.ruralnursing.unbc.ca/factsheets/factsheet5.pdf. (also reprinted in Nursingbc February, 2007, 14-15)




  1. Kulig, J. & Stewart, N. J. (2006, August). Aboriginal nurses in rural and remote Canada. The Nature of Rural and Remote Nursing, 4, Retrieved from http:www.ruralnursing.unbc.ca/factsheets/factsheet4.pdf.




  1. Kulig, J. (2005, May). What educational preparation do nurses need for practice in rural and remote Canada? The Nature of Rural and Remote Nursing, 2. Retrieved from http://www.ruralnursing.unbc.ca/factsheets/factsheet2.pdf.




  1. Kulig, J. (1985). The Navajo nurse mobility project. Students: A dynamic ingredient - Recruitment and retention. Proceedings of the Third Annual Perspectives on Nursing Education Proceedings, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.


Submitted for Publication




  1. Kulig, J., Lightfoot, N., Edge, D., Townshend, I., Reimer, W., & (submitted) Impacts of Wildfires: Are they Always due t Loss? Journal of Western Applied Forestry




  1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., Townshend, I., Lightfoot, N., & Reimer, W. (submitted). Community Resiliency: Emergiing Theoretical Insights. Journal of Community Psychology


Unpublished Documents
Technical Reports


  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, D., Lightfoot, N. (2011). Understanding Links between Wildfires and Community Resiliency: Lessons Learned for Disaster Preparation and Mitigation. Lethbridge: University of Lethbridge.




  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, D., Lightfoot, N., Kimmel, A., & Hosgood, E., (2010). Report of the Household Survey: Coaldale, AB Lethbridge, AB. University of Lethbridge.




  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, D., Lightfoot, N., Kimmel, A., & Hosgood, E., (2010). Report of the Household Survey: La Ronge, SK. Lethbridge, AB. University of Lethbridge.




  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, D., Lightfoot, N., Kimmel, A., & Hosgood, E., (2010). Report of the Household Survey: Barriere, BC. Lethbridge, AB. University of Lethbridge.



  1. Kulig, J., Reimer, W., Townshend, I., Edge, D., Neves-Graca, K., Lightfoot, N., Barnett, M., Claque, J., Coghlan, A., McKay, M., & St. John, R., (2007) Understanding Resiliency and Risk: A Final Report of the Lost Creek Fire Pilot Study. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 99 pages. (Ruralwildfire.ca)





  1. Stewart, N., Kulig, J., Penz, K. Andrews, ME., Houshmand, S., Morgan, D. MacLeod, M. & Pitblado, J.R. (2006). Aboriginal nurses in rural and Remote Canada: Results from a National Survey. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: University of Saskatchewan, College of Nursing, 28 pages.




  1. Kulig, J. (2006). Low-German-Speaking Mennonite Household Survey. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 24 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Babcock, R., Wall, M., Hill, S. (2006). Growing Up as a Woman: The Health Perspectives of Low-German-Speaking Mennonite Women. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 118 pages.




  1. Hall, B., Kulig, J., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2006). Rural Youth Violence: A Focus on Health Phase II Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 64 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Edge, D., with Guernsey, J. (2005). Community Resiliency and Health Status: What are the Links? University of Lethbridge, 361 pages.




  1. Kulig, J & Entz, T (2004). Workplace and Youth Organizations: Determining the Interrelationships with Brooks Composite High School Students. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 64 pages.



  1. MacLeod, M., Kulig, J., Stewart, N., & Pitblado, R. (2004). Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation. www.chsrf.ca





  1. Kulig, J., Hall, B., Grant Kalischuk, R., (2003). Violence Among Rural Youth: A Focus on Health Interim Report: Phase I Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 62 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Thomlinson, E., Curran, F., Nahachewsky, D., MacLeod, M., Stewart, N., & Pitblado, R. (2003). Rural and Remote Nursing Practice: An Analysis of Policy Documents Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge. R03-2003.




  1. Kulig, J., Thomlinson, E., Curran, F., MacLeod, M., Stewart, M., & Pitblado, R. (2002). Recognizing and addressing the challenges: The impact of policy on rural and remote nursing practice. The Nature of Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge. R02-2002




  1. Hart, M., Meyer, C., Kulig, J., Thomlinson, E., & Curran, F. (2002). Health policy development: Connections to nursing An annotated bibliography. The Nature of Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge. R01-2002




  1. Kulig, J., Hall, B., Wall, M., Janzen, W., Campbell, R., Babcock, R. (2002). Kanadier Mennonites: Gaining An Understanding of Their Health and Illness Beliefs. Lethbridge, AB: University of Lethbridge, 88 pages.



  1. Stewart, N., D’Arcy, C., Pitblado, R., MacLeod, M., Kulig, J., Forbes, D., Morgan, D., Remus, G., Smith, B., & Andrews, M.E. (2002). Development of a survey questionnaire and a sampling frame of rural postal codes: Nursing practice in rural and remote Canada. First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada.





  1. Canadian Institute for Health Information (2002). Supply and distribution of registered nurses in rural and small town Canada. Ottawa: Author. Report prepared by Nursing Practice in Rural and Remote Canada Study Group. Authors for this report were Pitblado, R., Medves, J., MacLeod, M., Stewart, N., & Kulig, J.




  1. Kulig, J. (2002). Discussing hope with public health nurses and community members: Furthering our understanding of rural communities. Final Report, 39 pages.




  1. Minore, B., Kulig, J., Stewart, N., & Mack, G. (2001). Rural health research training/teaching: Where do we stand? Final Report, 55 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Meyer, C., Hill, S., Handley, C., Lichtenberger, S., & Myck, S. (2001) Refusals and delay of immunization in Chinook Health Region: Understanding alternative beliefs and religious perspectives. Final Report, 40 pages.




  1. Kulig, J. (Managing Editor) (1999). Six years that made a difference: The Regional Centre for Health Promotion and Community Studies. Lethbridge: University of Lethbridge.




  1. Kulig, J. (1999). Evaluation report: The Good Samaritan Nursing Center. Final Report, 61 pages.



  1. Kulig, J. (1999). Individual community resiliency among Mexican Mennonites: Final report, 25 pages.





  1. Kulig, J. (1999). The meaning of hope for public health nurses: Understanding the rural perspective. Final Report, 28 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., & Waldner, M. (1998). Attempting to create a community wellness center: Linking the process to community resiliency. Final Report, 66 pages.




  1. Kulig, J. (1998). The enhancement of community resiliency by community-based workers in Central Appalachia. Final Report, 68 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Campbell, R., & Golec, J. (1997). Health promotion models in a rural community: Clarifying the process. Final Report, 43 pages.




  1. Kulig, J. (1996). “Surviving and thriving:” Resiliency in the Crowsnest Pass. Final Report, 53 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., & Hanson, L. (1996). Discussion and expansion of the concept of resiliency: Summary of a think tank. Final Report, 35 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Hall, B., & Thorpe, K. (1996). Understanding and application of culturally diverse issues within university settings. Final Report, 72 pages.



  1. Kulig, J., Jenson-Ross, C., & Yanicki, S. (1996). Community assessment of north Lethbridge. Final Report, 66 pages.





  1. Ebel, B., Chiotti, Q., & Kulig, J. (1995). Developing economic parameters, with special reference to southern Alberta agriculture: A report on the workshop held in Banff, Alberta, January 26-28, 1995.




  1. Kulig, J. (1995). Community assessment of Kanadier (Mexican) Mennonites. Final Report, 63 pages.




  1. Kulig, J., Brandt, B., & Wilde, I. (1994). Community assessment of Magrath Municipal District. Final Report, 70 pages.




  1. Chugh, U., Agger-Gupta, N., Dillmann, E., Fisher, D., Gronnerud, P., Kulig, J., & Kurtz, S. (1994). My beliefs are a key to my health--The case for culturally sensitive health care: A comparative study of health beliefs related to culture in six north-east Calgary communities. Calgary: Citizenship & Heritage Secretariat & Calgary Catholic Immigration Society.


Audiovisual Materials


  1. Development of Kanadier Mennonites. (2002). Funded by LEE Grant. This CD ROM is a case example of the community development work with the Kanadier Mennonites and a learning resource for graduate students enrolled in the Centre for Health Promotion Studies, University of Alberta graduate distance learning program.



  1. Development of Interacting with the Rural Community: Creating Health. (1997) Funded by Health Canada, RCHPCS, & Chinook Health Region. Co-created with L. Doolittle. This videotape & accompanying booklet is the culmination of a health promotion project completed in a rural community. 100 copies were distributed free of charge.





  1. Development of Wilfredo & Magdalena's Story: A New Life in Canada. (1995). These materials are based on Paulo Friere's work and focus on family violence among Spanish-speaking people. They are meant to be used to educate small groups about the nature of family violence in a non-threatening and culturally sensitive manner and have been marketed and sold within North America; 22 copies have been sold.




  1. Development of “Como puedo yo ayudarla a usted?” How Can I Help? (1993 – 1994). Videotape. Funded by Alberta Multiculturalism Commission, Citizenship & Heritage Secretariat. Co-developed with Jan Radtke. This video-tape production incorporated community development principles, 65 copies were marketed and sold within North America.




  1. Development of Cultural Assessment. (1992). Videotape. In collaboration with Alan Gergel of the University of Lethbridge Media Centre. This videotape was marketed and 108 copies sold within North America.




  1. Family Planning Videotapes in Vietnamese and Cambodian (1984). Co-produced with A. Lukas, and developed with the Vietnamese and Cambodian communities.


Media


ARTICLE/INTERVIEW TITLE/TOPIC

MEDIUM

DATE

  1. Update on Slave Lake Study

CBC Edmonton AM

March 23, 2012


  1. SPANS program

95.5 (radio)

October 7, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Research

QR77

August 15, 2011

  1. A study in resiliency

The Lethbridge Herald

August 12, 2011

  1. Report of initial visit to Slave Lake

CTV Lethbridge (also aired in CTV Calgary & Edmonton))

August 12, 2011

  1. Experts say strategies needed to support, retain rural nurses

The Western Producer

August 11, 2011

  1. Research in Slave Lake

Calgary CBC Eyeopener

August 11, 2011

  1. Research in Slave Lake

94.1 (radio)

August 11, 2011
  1. Research being conducted in Slave Lake


CTV Lethbridge

August 5, 2011

  1. Kulig Study a Blueprint for Recovery

The Legend, The University of Lethbridge

June, 2011

  1. Are you prepared?

The Journal (newspaper)

June 9, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

CBC Radio, Alberta at Noon

May 19, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

QR77

May 19, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Will Be Stronger After the Fire

Lethbridge Herald

May 18, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Residents Face Grieving Period

Canadian Press* This story was picked up by 35+ media outlets across Canada and in the United States

May 17, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

CKBN

May 17, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire


Global TV Lethbridge

May 17, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

CBC Edmonton

May 16, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

CTV Lethbridge*This story was also aired by CTV Calgary & Edmonton

May 16, 2011

  1. Slave Lake Wildfire

City TV

May 16, 2011

  1. Seeking to Understand

Snapshot, U of L Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter

Spring, 2011

  1. Exploring Health Horizons Through Community-Based Research

Lethbridge Herald (The Public Professor)

March 19, 2011

  1. Falling Through the Cracks

Corporate Knights (magazine)

Fall, 2010

  1. La Ronge Forest Fire Nearly Done

MBC Radio

September 3, 2010

  1. In God’s Hands?


The Ottawa Citizen & Canada.com

May 22, 2010

  1. Wildfire study presentation March 15

Barriere Star Journal

March 15, 2010

  1. Aboriginal nursing program

Lethbridge CTV News

March 6, 2010

  1. Aboriginal nursing program

Lethbridge Global News

March 5, 2010

  1. Aboriginal nursing program hinges on today’s budget

Lethbridge Herald

March 4, 2010

  1. Three year resiliency study almost complete

Barriere Star Journal

November 23, 2009

  1. Reaching Out: Life saving technology saving rural areas

Lethbridge Herald

June 16, 2009

  1. Immunity Challenge

Lethbridge Herald

January 31, 2009

  1. Wildfire study reports


Star Journal

October 6, 2008

  1. Study looks at ability to recover from disasters

Kamloops Daily News

July 30, 2008

  1. Fort Macleod is praised as a “sticky” community

Macleod Gazette

May 7, 2008

  1. La Ronge Mallard Fire subject of wildfire study

The Northerner

January 31, 2008

  1. La Ronge wildfire study

CBC La Ronge,Keewatin Country with Tom Roberts

January 25, 2008

  1. La Ronge wildfire study

CBC Regina Morning Show with Sheila Coles

January 25, 2008

  1. La Ronge wildfire study

CBC La Ronge, Keewatin Country with Tom Roberts

January 24, 2008

  1. La Ronge wildfire study

CKBI (radio)

January 23, 2008


  1. La Ronge wildfire study

NBC (radio)

January 23, 2008

  1. University to research disaster management in Barriere and area

Star Journal

December 24, 2007

  1. La Ronge chosen for wildfire study

The Northerner

September 6, 2007

  1. RHA Heightens Cultural Awareness of the Kanadier

2006/07 Annual Report to the community: RHA Central, Manitoba

October 2007

  1. Study looks at Pass residents’ ability to rise from the ashes

The Lethbridge Herald

July 16, 2007

  1. Canadian rural communities that never say die

My Country, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

April 27, 2007

  1. Community Resiliency Research: Personal Perspectives

Perspectives, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio National

April 10, 2007


  1. Community Resiliency

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Hobart, Tasmania site

March 7, 2007

  1. Global Warming; Issues of Resiliency

My Country, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

March 7, 2007

  1. Resilience in Rural Communities

Life Matters, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

March 6, 2007

  1. Small towns, large hearts

The Border Mail, Albury Australia

March 7, 2007

  1. Resiliency of the Crowsnest Pass

Pass Promoter

February 16, 2007

  1. Lost Creek Fire Complete

Crowsnest Pass Herald

February 6, 2007



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