Publications

    2016

  1. Donnelly, B., L. Berrang-Ford, J. Labbe, S. Twesigomwe, S. Lwasa, B.D. Namanya, S.L. Harper, M. Kulkarni, N.A. Ross, IHACC Research Team, and P. Michel (2016) Prevalence and risk factors of Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasitemia among Indigenous Batwa and non-Indigenous communities of Kanungu District, Uganda. Malaria Journal 15:254.
  2. Clark S, Berrang-Ford L, Lwasa S, Namanya D, Twesigomwe S, IHACC Research Team, et al. (2016) A Longitudinal Analysis of Mosquito Net Ownership and Use in an Indigenous Batwa Population after a Targeted Distribution. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0154808. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0154808
  3. Sherman, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Lwasa, S., Ford, J., Namanya, D.B., Llanos-Cuentas, A., Maillet, M., Harper, S., and the IHACC Research Team (2016) Drawing the line between adaptation and development: a systematic literature review of planned adaptation in developing countries. WIREs Climate Change, 7(5), 707-726.
  4. McDonald, M.E., Papadopoulos, A., Edge, V., Ford, J., IHACC Research Team, Sumner, A., Harper, S.L. (2016). What do we know about health-related knowledge translation in the Circumpolar North? Results from a Scoping Review. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 75: 31223.
  5. Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D., Pearce, T.,Berrang-Ford, L. (2016) Vulnerability to unintentional injuries associated with land-use activities and search and rescue in Nunavut, Canada. Social Science and Medicine. 169. 18-26.
  6. Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Pearce, T., Kowal, S., Gough, W.A. (2016). The role of environmental factors in search and rescue incidents in Nunavut, Canada. Public Health Journal. DOI 10.1016/j.puhe.2016.06.003.
  7. Bunce, A., Ford, J.D., Harper, S., Edge, V., and IHACC Research Team (2016) Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of Inuit women to climate change: a case study from Iqaluit, Nunavut. Natural Hazards, 83(3), 1219-1441.
  8. Sherman, M., Ford, J.D., Llanos-Cuentas, A., José Valdivia, M., and IHACC Research Group (2016) Food system vulnerability amidst the extreme 2010–2011 flooding in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from the Ucayali region. Food Security, 8(37), 1-20.
  9. Ford, J.D., Cameron, L., Rubis, J., Maillet, M., Nakashima, D., Willox, A.C., and Pearce, T. (2016) Including Indigenous knowledge and experience in IPCC assessment reports. Nature Climate Change. 6, 349-353.
  10. Patterson, K., Berrang-Ford, L., Lwasa, S., Namanya, D.B., Ford, J., Twebaze, F., Clark, S., Donnelly, B., and Harper, S.L. (2016) Seasonal variation of food security among the Batwa of Kanungu, Uganda. Public Health Nutrition, doi:10.1017/S1368980016002494
  11. Ford, J.D., Maillet, M., Pouliot, V., Meredith, T., Cavanaugh, A., IHACC Research Team. (2016) Adaptation and Indigenous peoples in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Climatic Change. 1-15.
  12. Labbé, J., Ford, JD., Berrang-Ford, L., Donnelly, B., Lwasa, S., Namanya, DB., Twesigomwe, S., IHACC Research Team, and Harper, SL. (2016). Vulnerability to the health effects of climate variability in rural southwestern Uganda. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change.
  13. 2015

  14. Guo, Y., Berrang-Ford, L.,Ford, J., Lardeau, MP., Edge, V., Patterson, K., the IHACC Research Team, and Harper, S. (2015). Seasonal prevalence and determinants of food insecurity in Iqaluit, Nunavut. International Journal of Circumpolar Health.
  15. Harper, S.L., Edge, V.L., Ford, J., Thomas, M.K., IHACC Research Group, Rigolet Inuit Community Government, and McEwen, S.A. (2015). Lived experience of acute gastrointestinal illness in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut: “Just suffer through it”. Social Science & Medicine, 126: 86-98.
  16. Harper, S., Edge, V., Ford, J., Thomas, K., Pearl, D., IHACC, Rigolet Community Government, and McEwen, S. (2015). Healthcare utilization in two Inuit communities: Acute gastrointestinal illness in Rigolet and Iqaluit, Canada. International Journal of Circumpolar Health.
  17. Harper, S.L., Edge, V.L., Ford, J., Thomas, M.K., Pearl, D., Shirley, J., IHACC Research Team, Rigolet Inuit Community Government, and McEwen, S.A. (2015). Acute gastrointestinal illness in two Inuit communities: Burden of illness in Rigolet and Iqaluit, Canada. Epidemiology and Infection.
  18. Sherman, M., Ford, J., Llanos-Cuentas, A., Valdivia, M.J., Bussalleu, A., IHACC Research Group. (2015). Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of community food systems in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from Panaillo. Natural Hazards.
  19. Statham, S., Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L., Lardeau, M.-P., Gough, W., and Siewierski, R. (2015) Anomalous climatic conditions during winter 2010–2011 and vulnerability of the traditional Inuit food system in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Polar Record, 51(03):301-317.
  20. Harper, S.L., Edge, V.L., Ford, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., Wood, M., IHACC Reseach Team, RICG and McEwen, S.A. (2015). Climate-sensitive health priorities in Nunatsiavut, Canada. BMC Public Health. 15:605
  21. Pearce, T., Ford, J., Cunsolo Willox, A., and Smit, B. (2015) Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Subsistence Hunting and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic. 68(2), 235-245
  22. Ostapchuk, J., S.L. Harper, A. Cunsolo Willox,V.L. Edge, and the Rigolet Inuit Community Government. (2015). Exploring Elders’ and Seniors’ Perceptions of How Climate Change is Impacting Health and Well-being in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut. International Journal of Indigenous Health. 9(2), 6-24.
  23. 2014

  24. Ford, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., Chatwood, S., Furgal, C., Harper, S., Mauro, I., and Pearce, T. (2014). Adapting to the effects of climate change on Inuit health. American Journal of Public Health, 104(S3): e9-e17.
  25. Clark, S., Berrang-Ford, L., Lwasa, S., Namanya, D.B., Edge, V.L., IHACC Research Team, and Harper, S. (2014). The burden and determinants of self-reported acute gastrointestinal illness in an Indigenous Batwa Pygmy population in southwestern Uganda. Epidemiology and Infection, [Epub ahead of print].
  26. Lewnard J, Berrang-Ford L, Lwasa S, Namanya D, Patterson, K Donnelly B, Kulkarni-Woodstock M, Harper S, Ogden N, Carcamo C, Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Research Group. (2014). Relative undernourishment and food insecurity associations with Plasmodium falciparum among Batwa pygmies in Uganda: evidence from a cross-sectional survey. American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 91(1): 39-49.
  27. Sherman, M., and Ford, J. (2014). Stakeholder engagement in adaptation interventions: an evaluation of projects in developing nations. Climate Policy, 14(3): 417-441.
  28. 2013

  29. Sherman, M., and Ford., J. (2013). Market engagement and food insecurity after a climatic hazard. Global Food Security, 2(3): 144-155.
  30. Ford, J. and King, D. (2013). A framework for evaluating adaptation readiness. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change.
  31. Petrasek MacDonald, J,. Ford, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., and Ross, N. (2013). A review of protective factors and causal mechanisms that enhance the mental health of Indigenous Circumpolar youth. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 72.
  32. Maillet, M., and Ford, J. (2013).Climate Change Adaptation, Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Health Diplomacy Monitor, 4(2): 10-14.
  33. Ford, J. (2013) Ford responds: Letter in response to Macpherson and Akpinar-Elci comment on Ford’s “Indigenous Health and Climate Change”. American Journal of Public Health, 103(1).
  34. 2012

  35. Sherman, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., et al. 2012. Balancing Indigenous Principles and Institutional Research Guidelines for Informed Consent: A case study from the Peruvian Amazon. American Journal of Bioethics: Primary Research, 3(4): 1–16.
  36. Berrang-Ford, L. Dingle, K., Ford, J et al. (2012). Vulnerability of Indigenous Health to Climate Change: A Case Study of Uganda’s Batwa Pygmies. Social Science & Medicine, 75: 1067-1077.
  37. Ford J, Vanderbilt W, and Berrang-Ford L (2012) Authorship in IPCC AR5 and its implications for content: Climate change and Indigenous populations in WGII. Climatic Change, 113(2): 201-213.
  38. Ford, J. (2012). Indigenous health and climate change. American Journal of Public Health, 102(7): 1260-1266.
  39. Ford J, and Pearce T (2012) Climate change vulnerability and adaptation research focusing on the Inuit subsistence sector in Canada: Directions for future research. The Canadian Geographer, 56(2): 275-287.
  40. Ford J, Bolton KC, Shirley J, Pearce T, Tremblay M, and Westlake M (2012) Research on the Human Dimensions of Climate Change in Nunavut, Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut: A Literature Review and Gap Analysis. Arctic, 65(3): 289-304.
  41. Harper, S.L. (2012) Review of B. Friedrich, J. Hacker, S. E. Hasnain, T. C. Mettenleiter, and J. Schell ‘Climate Change and Infectious Diseases.’ Epidemiology and Infection, 140(4): 765.
  42. Ford J, Bolton KC, Shirley J, Pearce T, Tremblay M, and Westlake M (2012) Mapping human dimensions of climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. Ambio, 41(8): 808-822.
  43. Hofmeijer I, Ford JD, Berrang-Ford L, Zavaleta C, Carcamo C, Llanos E, Carhuaz C, Edge V, Lwasa S, and Namanya D (2012) Community vulnerability to the health effects of climate change among Indigenous populations in the Peruvian Amazon: A case study of from Panaillo and Nuevo Progreso. Mitigation and Adpatation Strategies for Global Change.