Posters for each theme identified in the thematic analysis were created showing the observations and related impacts for each of these themes. In order to verify the results from the interviews, clarify any potential misinterpretations of the knowledge shared by interviewees, and to identify any gaps a focus group was organized in the community and was conducted on March 8-9, 2011 at the JMR Administration Office. Each poster has a matrix and participants were asked to prioritize the importance of health related climate change impacts based on four criteria; vulnerability, magnitude, duration, and ability to adapt. Results of the focus groups are described in Section 4. Participants included members of the Working Group, interviewees, Elders, and other interested community members for a total of eight participants.
A presentation was also given at the school to follow up with the students about the climate change activity left with them in September of 2010. Students discussed how the weather is changing and could change in JMR, and how this could affect the community.