Volume 26

Evaluation of a Native Youth Leadership Program Grounded in Cherokee Culture: The Remember the Removal Program, 1-32

Melissa E. Lewis, PhD, Laurelle L. Myhra, PhD, Lauren E. Vieaux, MA, Gloria Sly, PhD, Amber Anderson, MPH, Kristian E. Marshall, MS, Eric J. Marshall, MS, and The Remember the Removal Alumni Association

doi: 10.5820/aian.2601.2019.1


Sources of Stress Among Midwest American Indian Adults with Type 2 Diabetes, 33-62

Jessica H. L. Elm, MSW, PhD, Melissa L. Walls, PhD, and Benjamin D. Aronson, PharmD, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2601.2019.33

Diné (Navajo) Healer Perspectives on Commercial Tobacco Use in Ceremonial Settings: An Oral Story Project to Promote Smoke-Free Life, 63-78

Jamie Wilson, MPH, Samantha Sabo, DrPH, MPH, Carmenlita Chief, MPH, Hershel Clark, MPH, Alfred Yazzie, Jacqueline Nahee, Scott Leischow, PhD, and Patricia Nez Henderson, MD, MPH

doi: 10.5820/aian.2601.2019.63


Through the Diamond Threshold: A Community-based Psycho-Educational Group Training Program for Treatment of Substance Use Disorders Among American Indians, 79-105

Rockey R. Robbins, PhD, Bryan G. Stare, PhD, and Brittany M. Riggin, MA

doi: 10.5820/aian.2601.2019.79

Foreword to the Special Issue , i

Spero M. Manson, PhD


The Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health’s Partnership River of Life: Special Issue Introduction, 1-14

DenYelle Baete Kenyon, PhD, Melissa Buffalo, MS, Jessica Heinzmann, BA, Michaela Seiber, MPH, Dorothy Castille, PhD, and Amy Elliott, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.1


A Transdisciplinary Approach is Essential to Community-based Research with American Indian Populations, 15-41

Jessica Heinzmann, BA, Anna Simonson, PhD, and DenYelle Baete Kenyon, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.15


Not a One-Size-Fits-All Approach: Building Tribal Infrastructure for Research Through CRCAIH, 42-70

Melissa Buffalo, MS, Jessica Heinzmann, BA, DenYelle Baete Kenyon, PhD, Kathryn Blindman, Simone Bordeaux, LPN, Anita Frederick, MS, Erin Garrison, BS, Crystal Greensky, MSHA, Heather Larsen, MEd, Tonya Kjerland, MS, and Victoria Grey Owl, PhD, RDN

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.42


Tribal IRBs: A Framework for Understanding Research Oversight in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities, 71-95

Deana Around Him, DrPH, ScM, Temana Andalcio Aguilar, MA, Anita Frederick, MA, Heather Larsen, MEd, Michaela Seiber, MPH, and Jyoti Angal, MPH, CIP

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.71


Developing an Indigenous Measure of Overall Health and Well-being: The Wicozani Instrument, 96-122

Heather J. Peters, PhD, Teresa R. Peterson, EdD, and the Dakota Wicohan Community

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.96


Using Goal Setting and Attainment to Impact Indicators of Health Behavior Change among Young American Indian Women: The We RISE (Raising Income, Supporting Education) Study, 123-133

Lacey A. McCormack, PhD, Rae O’Leary, MPH, Alli Moran, BA, and Christine W. Hockett, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.123


Developing the Tribal Resource Guide and the Poverty and Culture Training: The We RISE (Raising Income, Supporting Education) Study, 134-150

Rae O’Leary, MPH, Lacey A. McCormack, PhD, Corrine Huber, MS, Christine W. Hockett, PhD, Alli Moran, BA, and Jamie Pesicka, BS

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.134


Wac’inyeya: Hope Among American Indian Youth, 151-171

Jacqueline S. Gray, PhD, Lisa Schrader, Devon S. Isaacs, BA, Megan K. Smith, MA, and Naomi M. Bender, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.151


Commentary: A Movement to Reclaim American Indian Health through Tribal Sovereignty, Community Partnerships, and Growing Tribally-Driven Health Research, 172-176

Victoria M. O’Keefe, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2602.2019.172

Evaluation of an Entrepreneurship Education Intervention for American Indian Adolescents: Trial Design and Baseline Sample Characteristics, 1-20

Francene Larzelere, MPC, Lauren Tingey, PhD, Allison Ingalls, MPH, Feather Sprengeler, BS, Sean Parker, Summer Rosenstock, PhD, Larissa Jennings, PhD, Mariddie Craig, Victoria O’Keefe, PhD, and Allison Barlow, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.1


A Feasibility Evaluation of the Urban Native Youth Leaders Program, 21-37

Allyson Kelley, DrPH, Bethany Fatupaito, MPH, and Morgan Witzel, MPH

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.21


Assessing the Interest and Cultural Congruence of Contingency Management as an Intervention for Alcohol Misuse Among Younger American Indian Adults, 38-57

Katherine A. Hirchak, PhD, Jalene Herron, BA, Sean M. Murphy, PhD, Dennis Donovan, PhD, John M. Roll, PhD, Dedra Buchwald, MD, Michael G. McDonell, PhD, Sterling M. McPherson, PhD, and The HONOR Study Team

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.38


Experiences of Microaggressions Among American Indian and Alaska Native Students in Two Post-Secondary Contexts, 58-78

Victoria O'Keefe, PhD, LP, and Brenna Greenfield, PhD, LP

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.58


Community-Engaged and Culturally Relevant Research to Develop Behavioral Health Interventions with American Indians and Alaska Natives, 79-103

Catherine E. McKinley, PhD, Charles R. Figley, PhD, Sarah M. Woodward, Jessica L. Liddell, Shanondora Billiot, PhD, Nikki Comby, Sara Sanders, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.79


The Culture is Prevention Project: Adapting the Cultural Connectedness Scale for Multi-Tribal Communities, 104-135

Janet King, MSW, Paul Masotti, PhD, John Dennem, MA, CADC-II, Shir Hadani, MSc, Janice Linton, MLS, Bonnie Lockhart, MSW, and Jami Bartgis, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.104

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