Annette SH Schultz, PhD RN is an Associate Professor at the University of Manitoba, with the College of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Dr. Schultz is a Canadian researcher who explores health services and policy contexts in relation to health priorities. While individual behaviors play a role in health status, health service systems and polices also play a dynamic role in health status. An emerging research focus for me is First Nation People’s heart health (CIHR funded: 2014-2018; and 2015-2016), where two-eyed seeing and decolonizing methodologies are integrated. As well, for over 10 years I have explored tobacco use issues, management, and control in the context of health care services and policies. While I am active in both research areas, my primary focus is increasingly First Nation People’s health. I commonly integrate a variety of research approaches within a study and have considerable experience with mix-methods approaches.