Volume 27

American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research

Journal cover for Volume 27, Issue 2

Authors in this issue explore a diverse range of topics related to AI/AN health across the lifespan, including: 

  • A study of stressful life events and mental health symptoms in adolescents in Hawai'i
  • An examination of cultural identification and alcohol use among American Indian college students
  • A descriptive study of drug and alcohol policies at tribal colleges and universities
  • An evaluation of the Good Road of Life Training, a culture- and resilience-based curriculum designed to use the sources of strength of Native peoples
  • A study examining resilience and stress in a group of Hopi female caregivers

Prevalence of Major Stressful Life Events and Mental Health Symptoms of American Indian and Alaska Native Adolescents in Hawai'i, 1-22

Sean W. Munnelly, MD, and Earl S. Hishinuma, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2702.2020.1

 

Examining Cultural Identification and Alcohol Use Among American Indian and Caucasian College Students, 23-36

Lynn Martell, MA, Justin Douglas McDonald, PhD, Brenda Barragan, BS, Stephanie Ziegler, BS, and Victoria Williams, MA

doi: 10.5820/aian.2702.2020.23

 

Drug and Alcohol Policies at Tribal Colleges: A Descriptive Study Assessing Variations in Alcohol and Drug Policy by Setting, 37-59

Katie Martin, MD, MPH, Cam Solomon, PhD, Maya Magarati, PhD, Myra Parker, JD, MPH, PhD, Leo Egashira, MBA, and Bonnie Duran, DrPH

doi: 10.5820/aian.2702.2020.37

 

Healers Need Healing Too: Results from the Good Road of Life Training, 60-75

Allyson Kelley, DrPH, and Clayton Small, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2702.2020.60

 

Resilience and Stress among Hopi Female Caregivers, 76-89

Felina M. Cordova-Marks, DrPH, James Cunningham, PhD, Robin B. Harris, PhD, Lynn Gerald, PhD, Beatrice Norton, Ann Mastergeorge, PhD, and Nicolette I. Teufel-Shone, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2702.2020.76

A Community-Based Evaluation of a Culturally Grounded, American Indian After-School Prevention Program: The Value of Practitioner-Researcher Collaboration, 1-20

Brooke de Heer, PhD, Jade K. Heffern, MA, Julianna S. Cheney, MS, Aaron Secakuku, BA, and Julie Baldwin, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2701.2020.1

 

Community Awareness of Outreach Efforts to Reduce Underage Drinking on California Indian Reservations, 21-41

Cindy L. Ehlers, PhD, Jennifer R. Geisler, RN, Juan A. Luna, MA, David A. Gilder, MD, Daniel Calac, MD, Juliet P. Lee, PhD, and Roland S. Moore, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2701.2020.21

 

Understanding Risk and Protective Factors Influencing Urban American Indian /Alaska Native Youth Graduation Expectations, 42-63

Sofia Locklear, PhD Candidate, Collette Harris, MD, MS, Alyssa Yang, MPH, Kelsey Liu, MPH, Eliza Ramsey, BA, Tyler Adamson, BS, Adrian Dominguez, MS, and Abigail Echo-Hawk, MA

doi: 10.5820/aian.2701.2020.42

 

Interviews with American Indian and Alaska Native People Who Inject Drugs, 64-85

Jessica Leston, DrPH, Carolyn Crisp, MPH, Murilynn Crystal Lee, PhD, and Elizabeth Rink, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2701.2020.64

 

The Culture is Prevention Project: Measuring Culture As a Social Determinant of Mental Health for Native/Indigenous Peoples, 86-111

Paul Masotti, PhD, John Dennem, MA, CADC-II, Shir Hadani, MSc, Karina Banuelos, MA, Janet King, MSW, Janice Linton, MLS, Bonnie Lockhart, ASW, and Chirag Patel

doi: 10.5820/aian.2701.2020.86