Publications and Presentations
Events and Presentations
August 25-27, 2023 – Program Facilitator Training – Cohort D
May 6, 2023 – Makoyoh’sokoi Journey to the Majorville Medicine Wheel
May 5, 2023 – Spring Celebration
January 13-15, 2023 – Program Facilitator Training – Cohort C
December 13, 2022 – Peer Researcher Training for Photovoice Project – Cohort B
September 9 – 11, 2022 – Program Facilitator Training – Cohort B
August 31, 2022 – Sage Harvesting in Calgary
July 25, 2022 – Peer Researcher Training for Photovoice Project – Cohort A
May 4, 2022 – Spring Celebration
January 28-30, 2022 – Program Facilitator Training – Cohort A and Opening Celebration
Wicklum S. Wolf Trail Program. Presentation to Education for Equity Team; April 15, 2021; virtual.
Wicklum S. The Wolf Trail Program – A Holistic Wellness Program for Indigenous Women. Northern Ontario School of Medicine. March 19, 2020.
Conference Presentations - Peer Reviewed
Abstracts Accepted for Oral Presentation
Presenting Author(s) Abstracts of presentations from conferences such as Canadian Conference of Medical Education (CCME), North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG), Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), Association of Medical Education, Europe (AMEE) and Association of Study Medical Education (ASME) have been published as part of proceedings.
Wicklum S, McBrien K, Crowshoe L, Cameron E, Tuttauk L, Frehlich L, Ji Y (Jacob), Armeniakou C, McGuire A, Black T, Henderson R. Evaluating the impact of a community-based wellness program for Indigenous Women using nominal group technique to build consensus. WONCA 23rd World Conference of Family Doctors 2021; 22-27 November, 2021; virtual conference.
Zhang J, Wicklum S, Frehlich L and the Wolf Trail Project Research Team. What nutritional interventions exist for Canadian Indigenous Adults? A Scoping Review. Eureka Undergraduate Research Symposium hosted by the University of Alberta; June 30, 2021; Virtual Conference.
Zhang J, Wicklum S, Frehlich L and the Wolf Trail Project Research Team. What nutritional interventions exist for Canadian Indigenous Adults? A Scoping Review. Undergraduate Research in Science Conference in Alberta (URSCA) hosted by Concordia University; May 3-4, 2021; Virtual Conference.
Zhang J, Wicklum S, Frehlich L and the Wolf Trail Project Research Team. What nutritional interventions exist for Canadian Indigenous Adults? A Scoping Review. Festival of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (FURCA) hosted by the University of Alberta; March 9-11, 2021; Virtual Conference.
Manuscripts - peer reviewed
Frehlich, L, Amson, A, Doyle-Baker P, Black T, Boustead D, Cameron E, Crowshoe L,
McBrien K, Ji Y, McGuire KA, Oliver A, Tuttauk L, Zhang J, Checholik C and Wicklum S.
Spread of Makoyoh’sokoi (Wolf Trail): a community led, physical activity-based, holistic
wellness program for Indigenous women in Canada. J Health Popul Nutr 42, 80 (2023).
Wicklum S, Cameron E, Black T, Tuttauk L, Crowshoe L, Frehlich L, Ji Y, McGuire KA,
Armeniakou C, McBrien K, Zhang J, Henderson R. Evaluating the impact of a holistic,
community-driven physical activity-based wellness program for Indigenous women
using nominal group technique. International Journal of Indigenous Health.
Wicklum S, Willis E, Amson A, McGuire A, Crowshoe LL, McBrien K, Henderson R. A Systematic Literature Review of Physical Activity-Based Health Programs for Indigenous Women: Impacts on Physical Activity Levels, Obesity, and Community Building. SAGE Open. 2021; April-June: 11(2):1-13. https://doi.org/10.1177/21582440211016845.
Wicklum S, Sampson M, Henderson R, Wiart S, Perez G, McGuire A, Cameron E, Willis E, Crowshoe L, McBrien K. Results of a Culturally Relevant, Physical Activity-Based Wellness Program for Urban Indigenous Women in Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Indigenous Health. 2019;14(2):169-204.
Public Health Agency of Canada and University of Calgary Launch Event, March 8, 2022, Location: Miskanawah offices Calgary, Organized by Denise Walker (PHAC/Health Canada) and Kelly Johnston (Sr Communication Specialist – Medicine, UCalgary). In Attendance: Violet March (Elder), Loretta Tuttauk (Elder escort), MP George Chahal, Andy Dhillon (MP Chahal’s assistant), Dr. Penny Pexman (Associate Vice-President (Research)), Dr. Sonya Lee (University of Calgary Family Medicine, Department Head), Jackie Mistamuskwa (Dancer), Carly Checholik (MC).
Johnson, K. UCalgary research program grounded in community improving health for Indigenous women. University of Calgary [internet]. March 14, 2022.
Abstracts Accepted for Poster Presentation
Checholik C, Frehlich L, Zhang J, Crowshoe L, McBrien K, Cameron E, Black T, Tuttauk L, Yunqi J, McGuire KA, Oliver A, Boustead D, Doyle-Baker P, Amson A, Wicklum S. Makoyoh’sokoi – The Wolf Trail Program Expansion Project – A Self-Control, Non-Randomized Intervention to Support Indigenous Women to Celebrate Good Health. Poster presentation at Northwest SPOR Collaborative Forum on Patient-Oriented Research 2022, October 3, 2022, Calgary, AB.
1. Competition to design the MKS logo. Winner: Tully Huculak