Women and girls and substance use & healing
C. Fillmore, C. Dell, J. Kilty. 2014. Ensuring Aboriginal Women’s Voices are heard-Toward a Balanced Approarch in Community-Based Research. In Demarginalizing Voices: Commitment, Emotion, and Action in Qualitative Research. Ed. J. Kilty, M. Felices-Luna, S. Fabian. Vancouver: UBS Press.
F. Vaccarino▪ and C. Dell. 2013. Forward. Drug Use During Pregnancy: Maternal, Neonatal and Early Childhood Consequences. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. pp. 106-111.
C. Dell, J. Kilty. 2012. “The Creation of the Expected Aboriginal Woman Drug Offender in Canada: Exploring Relations between Victimization, Punishment, and Cultural Identity“.International Review of Victimology. Published online before print June 14, 2012, doi: 10.1177/0269758012447215
C. Dell. 2012. “Responding to Women’s Self-Harm: A 10 Year Reflection on the Need for Trauma-Informed Care”. Becoming Trauma Informed. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
Poole▪, L. Greaves, G. Thomas, C. Dell. 2012. Motivations Underlying and Influences on Alcohol Consumption by Women of Child-Bearing Age in Canada. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada & Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.
C. Dell. 2013. “Essentials of…Women-Problematic Substance Use.” Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.
C. Dell, T. Lyons, S. Grantham, J. Kilty, W. Chase. “Researching with Respect: The Contributions of Feminist, Aboriginal and Community-Based Research Approaches to the Development of our Study of First Nations Women’s Healing from Problematic Drug Use”. In R. Berman (Ed.). Corridor Talk: Canadian Feminist Scholars Share their Stories of Research Partnerships. Toronto: Innana Publications and Education Inc.
A. Niccols, C. Dell, S. Clarke. 2010. “Treatment for Aboriginal Mothers with Substance Use Problems and their Children.” Invited Submission for Special Issue on Violence, Mental Health, and Addiction Issues Facing Aboriginal Populations. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 8(2), pp. 320-335.
C. Dell, J. Kilty, C. Fillmore, S. Grantham, T. Lyons, S. Clarke, C. Hopkins. 2010. “Turtle Finding Fact Sheet: The Role of the Treatment Provider in Aboriginal Women’s Healing from Illicit Drug Abuse”. CES4Health.info.
M. Sarkar, M. Burnett, S. Carriere, L. Vitale Cox, C. Dell, H. Gammon, B. Geller, G. Koren, L. Lee, D. Midmer, P. Mousmanis, N. Schuurmans, V. Senikas, D. Soucy, R. Wood. 2009. “Screening and Recording of Alcohol Use Among Women of Child-Bearing Age and Pregnant Women”. Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 16(1) Winter:e242-e263.
C. Dell and N. Poole. 2009 (reprint). “Women, Girls and Substance Use.” In Social Pathology: An Introduction. Kolkata, India: ICFAI Research Center.
C. Dell and N. Poole. 2009. Applying a Sex/Gender/Diversity-based Analysis within the National Framework for Action to Reduce the Harms Associated with Alcohol and other Drugs and Substances in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. 8 pp. ISBN: 978-1-926705-0109.
N. Ahmad, J. Flight, A. Singh, N. Poole, C. Dell. 2008. Canadian Addiction Survey (CAS): Focus on Gender. Ottawa: Health Canada
Ahmad, N. Poole, C. Dell. 2007. “Women’s Substance Use in Canada—Findings from the 2004 Canadian Addiction Survey.” In N. Poole and L. Greaves (Eds.). Canadian Perspectives on Women’s Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 5-9.
C. Dell. 2007. “Women and Substance Use Research in Canada”. In N. Poole and L. Greaves (Eds.). Canadian Perspective on Women’s Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 495-506.
R. Cormier, C. Dell, N. Poole. 2006. “Women and Substance Use Problems.” In M. DesMeules, A. Kazanjian, D. Stewart, H. McLean, J. Payne, B. Vissandjée. Women’s Health Surveillance Report: A Multi-Dimentional Look at the Health of Canadian Women. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes for Health Information, pp. 1-15.
C. Dell and G. Roberts. 2005. Alcohol Use and Pregnancy: An Important Canadian Health and Social Issue. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada.
C. Dell and N. Poole. 2005. Girls, Women and Substance Use. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and British Columbia Centre for Excellence in Women’s Health.