Indigenous Wellness Research Institute

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Ryan, D., Maurer, S., Lengua, L., Duran, B., & Ornelas, I. J. (2017). Amigas latinas motivando el alma (ALMA): An evaluation of a mindfulness intervention to promote mental health among Latina immigrant mothers. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. Cite
Collins, S. E., Clifasefi, S. L., Stanton, J., Straits, K. J. E., Gil-Kashiwabara, E., Rodriguez Espinosa, P., Nicasio, A. V., Andrasik, M. P., Hawes, S. M., Miller, K. A., Nelson, L. A., Orfaly, V. E., Duran, B. M., Wallerstein, N., & The LEAP Advisory Board. (2018). Community-based participatory research (CBPR): Towards equitable involvement of community in psychology research. American Psychologist. Cite
Oetzel, J. G., Wallerstein, N., Duran, B., Sanchez-Youngman, S., Nguyen, T., Woo, K., Wang, J., Schulz, A., Keawe‘aimoku Kaholokula, J., Israel, B., & Alegria, M. (2018). Impact of participatory health research: A test of the community-based participatory research conceptual model. BioMed Research International, 2018, 1–12. Cite
Kastelic, S. L., Wallerstein, N., Duran, B. M., & Oetzel, J. G. (in press). Socio-ecologic framework for CBPR: Development and testing of a model. In N. Wallerstein, B. Duran, J. G. Oetzel, & M. Minkler (Eds.), Community-based participatory research for health: Advancing social and health equity (3rd ed.). Jossey-Bass. Cite
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Zhang, Y., Ornelas, I. J., Do, H. H., Magarati, M., Jackson, J. C., & Taylor, V. M. (2017). Provider perspectives on promoting cervical cancer screening among refugee women. Journal of Community Health, 42(3), 583–590. Cite Download
Mohammed, S. A., Walters, K. L., Lamarr, J., Evans-Campbell, T., & Fryberg, S. (2012). Finding middle ground: Negotiating university and tribal community interests in community-based participatory research. Nursing Inquiry, 19(2), 116–127. Cite Download
Patterson, D. A., Butler-Barnes, S. T., & Van Zile-Tamsen, C. (2015). American Indian/Alaskan Native college drop out: Recommendations for increasing retention and graduation. Washington University Journal of American Indian and Alaska Native Health, 1(1), 1–15. Cite
Brooks, C. T., Patterson, D. A., & McKiernan, P. M. (2012). Group supervision attitudes: Supervisory practices fostering resistance to adoption of evidence-based practices. Qualitative Report, 17(1), 191–199. Cite Download
Schultz, K., Walters, K. L., Beltran, R., Stroud, S., & Johnson-Jennings, M. (2016). “I’m stronger than I thought”: Native women reconnecting to body, health, and place. Health and Place, 40, 21–28. Cite Download
Rudolph, A. E., Gaines, T. L., Lozada, R., Vera, A., & Brouwer, K. C. (2014). Evaluating outcome-correlated recruitment and geographic recruitment bias in a respondent-driven sample of people who inject drugs in Tijuana, Mexico. AIDS and Behavior, 18(12), 2325–2337. Cite Download
Lonczak, H., Thomas, L. R., Donovan, D., Austin, L., Sigo, R. L. W., Lawrence, N., & The Suquamish Tribe. (2013). Navigating the tide together: Early collaboration between tribal and academic partners in a CBPR study. Pimatisiwin, 11(3), 395–409. Cite Download
Chen, R., Cheadle, A., Johnson, D., & Duran, B. (2014). US trends in receipt of appropriate diabetes clinical and self-care from 2001 to 2010 and racial/ethnic disparities in care. Diabetes Educator, 40(6), 756–766. Cite
Evans-Campbell, T. (2008). Perceptions of child neglect among urban American Indian/Alaska native parents. Child Welfare, 87(3), 115–142. Cite Download
Concha, J. B., Mezuk, B., & Duran, B. (2015). Culture-centered approaches: The relevance of assessing emotional health for Latinos with type 2 diabetes. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care, 3(1), e000064. Cite Download
Greenfield, B. L., Skewes, M. C., Dionne, R., Davis, B., Cwik, M., Venner, K., & Belcourt-Dittloff, A. (2013). Treatment for American Indians and Alaska Natives: Considering cultural adaptations. Behavior Therapist, 36(6), 146–151. Cite
Beltrán, R., & Mehrotra, G. (2015). Honoring our intellectual ancestors: A feminist of color treaty for creating allied collaboration. Affilia, 30(1), 106–116. Cite
Graham, S. M., Micheni, M., Kombo, B., Van Der Elst, E. M., Mugo, P. M., Kivaya, E., Aunon, F., Kutner, B., Sanders, E. J., & Simoni, J. M. (2015). Development and pilot testing of an intervention to promote care engagement and adherence among HIV-positive Kenyan MSM. AIDS, 29, S241–S249. Cite
Gaines, T. L., Caldwell, J. T., Ford, C. L., Mulatu, M. S., & Godette, D. C. (2016). Relationship between a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded HIV testing initiative and past-year testing by race/ethnicity: a multilevel analysis of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. AIDS Care, 28(5), 554–560. Cite
Hartzler, B., Carlini, B. H., Newville, H., Crane, H. M., Eron, J. J., Geng, E. H., Mathews, W. C., Mayer, K. H., Moore, R. D., Mugavero, M. J., Napravnik, S., Rodriguez, B., & Donovan, D. M. (2016). Identifying HIV care enrollees at-risk for cannabis use disorder. AIDS Care, 1–5. Cite
Crane, H. M., Nance, R. M., Merrill, J. O., Hutton, H., Chander, G., McCaul, M. E., Mathews, W. C., Fredericksen, R., Simoni, J. M., Mayer, K., Mugavero, M. J., Willig, J. H., Burkholder, G., Drozd, D. R., Mimiaga, M., Lau, B., Kim, H. N., Cropsey, K., Moore, R. D., … Delaney, J. A. (2017). Not all non-drinkers with HIV are equal: Demographic and clinical comparisons among current non-drinkers with and without a history of prior alcohol use disorders. AIDS Care, 29(2), 177–184. Cite Download
Cassels, S., Pearson, C. R., Kurth, A. E., Martin, D. P., Simoni, J. M., Matediana, E., & Gloyd, S. (2009). Discussion and revision of the mathematical modeling tool described in the previously published article “Modeling HIV Transmission risk among Mozambicans prior to their initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy.” AIDS Care, 21(7), 858-62. doi: 10.1080/09540120802626204. Cite Download
Cagle, A., McGrath, C., Richardson, B. A., Donovan, D., Sakr, S., Yatich, N., Ngomoa, R., Chepngeno Langat, A., John-Stewart, G., & Chung, M. H. (2017). Alcohol use and immune reconstitution among HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy in Nairobi, Kenya. AIDS Care, 1–6. Cite
Dickerson, D. L., Kamilla L. Venner, & Bonnie Duran. (2014). Clinical trials and American Indians/Alaska Natives with substance use disorders: Identifying potential strategies for a new cultural-based intervention. Journal of Public Mental Health, 13(4), 175–178. Cite
Simoni, J. M., Kutner, B. A., & Horvath, K. J. (2015). Opportunities and challenges of digital technology for HIV treatment and prevention. Current HIV/AIDS Reports, 12(4), 437–440. Cite
Oetzel, J., Duran, B., Lucero, J., Jiang, Y., Novins, D. K., Manson, S., & Beals, J. (2006). Rural american indians’ perspectives of obstacles in the mental health treatment process in three treatment sectors. Psychological Services, 3(2), 117–128. Cite Download
Patterson, D. A., Ramsey, A. T., & van den Berk-Clark, C. (2015). Provider-agency fit in substance abuse treatment organizations: Implications for learning climate, morale, and evidence-based practice implementation. BMC Research Notes, 8(1). Cite
Pearson, C. R., Kurth, A. E., Cassels, S., Martin, D. P., Simoni, J. M., Hoff, P., Matediana, E., & Gloyd, S. (2007). Modeling HIV transmission risk among Mozambicans prior to their initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy. AIDS Care, 19(5), 594–604. Cite Download
Prunuske, A., Wilson, J., Walls, M., Marrin, H., & Clarke, B. (2016). Efforts at broadening participation in the sciences: An examination of the mentoring experiences of students from underrepresented groups. Cell Biology Education, 15(3), ar26–ar26. Cite
Secor, A. M., Wahome, E., Micheni, M., Rao, D., Simoni, J. M., Sanders, E. J., & Graham, S. M. (2015). Depression, substance abuse and stigma among men who have sex with men in coastal Kenya. AIDS, 29, S251–S259. Cite
Simoni, J. M., Yang, J. P., Shiu, C.-S., Chen, W., Udell, W., Bao, M., Zhang, L., & Lu, H. (2015). Nurse-delivered counselling intervention for parental HIV disclosure: Results from a pilot randomized controlled trial in China. AIDS, 29, S99–S107. Cite
Simoni, J. M., Yard, S. S., & Huh, D. (2013). Prospective prediction of viral suppression and immune response nine months after ART initiation in Seattle, WA. AIDS Care, 25(2), 181–185. Cite Download
Valencia-Garcia, D., Rao, D., Strick, L., & Simoni, J. M. (2017). Women’s experiences with HIV-related stigma from health care providers in Lima, Peru: “I would rather die than go back for care.” Health Care for Women International, 38(2), 144–158. Cite Download
Starks, H., Simoni, J., Zhao, H., Huang, B., Fredriksen-Goldsen, K., Pearson, C., Chen, W. T., Lu, L., & Zhang, F. (2008). Conceptualizing antiretroviral adherence in Beijing, China. AIDS Care, 20(6), 607-14. doi: 10.1080/09540120701660379. Cite Download
Strathdee, S. A., Arredondo, J., Rocha, T., Abramovitz, D., Rolon, M. L., Patiño Mandujano, E., Rangel, M. G., Olivarria, H. O., Gaines, T., Patterson, T. L., & Beletsky, L. (2015). A police education programme to integrate occupational safety and HIV prevention: protocol for a modified stepped-wedge study design with parallel prospective cohorts to assess behavioural outcomes. BMJ Open, 5(8), e008958. Cite
Thomas, L. R., Parker, T., & Waconda-Lewis, K. (2013). Indigenous approaches to wellness: Introduction to a themed call for products of community-engaged projects focused on aboriginal & indigenous health. CES4Health.Info, 1–8. Cite
Walls, M. L., Aronson, B. D., Soper, G. V., & Johnson-Jennings, M. D. (2014). The prevalence and correlates of mental and emotional health among American Indian adults with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Educator, 40(3), 319–328. Cite Download
Walters, K. L., Mohammed, S. A., Evans-Campbell, T., Beltran, R. E., Chae, D. H., & Duran, B. (2011). Bodies don’t just tell stories, they tell histories: Embodiment of historical trauma among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Du Bois Review, 8(01), 179–189. Cite Download
Walters, K. L., Beltran, R., Evans-Campbell, T., & Simoni, J. M. (2011). Keeping our hearts from touching the ground: HIV/AIDS in American Indian and Alaska Native women. Womens Health Issues, 21(6 Suppl), S261–S265. Cite Download
Xu, D. (Roman), Gong, W., Caine, E. D., Xiao, S., Hughes, J. P., Ng, M., Simoni, J., He, H., Smith, K. L., Brown, H. S., & Gloyd, S. (2016). Lay health supporters aided by a mobile phone messaging system to improve care of villagers with schizophrenia in Liuyang, China: protocol for a randomised control trial. BMJ Open, 6(1), e010120. Cite
Patterson, D. A. (in press). Theoretical perspectives for working with clients who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs: Choosing your best psychotherapy match. Counselor. Cite
McPherson, D., Spencer, C., Wilmot, A., Drymon, C., & Ramey, A. (2015). Substance use disorder compared to other mental disorders. Counselor, 16, 48–53. Cite
Gaddie, K., Drymon, C., Ramey, A., & Patterson, D. A. (in press). Biofeedback as a treatment method for anxiety disorders and substance abuse: A brief report. Counselor. Cite
Ford, T., Savas, E., Drymon, C., Ramsey, A., & Patterson, D. A. (2014). Best approaches to substance abuse prevention. Counselor, 15, 46–52. Cite
Claunch, K., Marlow, S., Ramsey, A., Drymon, C., & Patterson, D. A. (2015). Therapeutic alliances in substance abuse treatment. Counselor. Cite