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American Indian Perspectives on Disability
Similarities and differences between Indian and non-Indian attitudes about disability are analyzed by the authors, who also discuss the impact of these differences on the provision of health care for the American Indian disabled.
Jennie R. Joe, Ph.D
D.L. Miller, D.S.W
Traditional Indian Alliance: Delivery of Health Care Service to Arizona Indians
This survey evaluates health care needs of urban Indians in Tucson, Arizona, and the capacity of the city's urban Indian health care clinic to meet these needs. An in-depth analysis of patient records over a three year period was conducted to determine patient use, and randomly selected patients were interviewed to determine patient perceptions of services. This needs assessment study provides original data about availability and use of services in an urban Indian health clinic.
Jennie R. Joe, Ph.D.
D.L. Miller, D.S.W.
Narum, R.N., M.Ed.
Government Policies and the Disabled in American Indian Communities
After an excellent review of the history of the relationship between federal legislation and Indian rights, the authors analyze the impact of P.L. 93-638., and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act on Providing education and health care to disabled American Indians.
Jennie R. Joe, Ph.D.
Carol Locust, Ph.D.
American Indian Concepts of Health and Unwellness
The basis for the videotape of the same title, this monograph represents ten fundamental concepts about the relationship between health and spiritual beliefs common among North American Indian tribes, and provides interesting comparisons between Indian and non-Indian approaches to health.
|Carol Locust, Ph.D.||1986||25||$15.00|
|05 (M)||Hopi Indian Concepts of Unwellness and Handicaps||Carol Locust, Ph.D||1987||43||$15.00|
|06 (M)||Apache Indian Concepts of Unwellness and Handicaps||Carol Locust, Ph.D||1987||43||$15.00|
|07 (M)||Yaqui Indian Concepts of Unwellness and Handicaps||Carol Locust, Ph.D||1987||47||$15.00|
|08 (M)||The Piki Maker: Disabled American Indians, Cultural Beliefs, and Traditional Behaviors||Carol Locust, Ph.D||1994||25||$15.00|
|09 (M)||Diabetes in Native Americans: Stress and Coping||
Paul H. Skinner, Ph.D.
D. Silverman-Peach, M.A
|10 (M)||Review of Treatment Strategies for Native American Alcoholics: The Need for a Cultural Perspective||Robert Young, Ph.D.||1987, rev. 1994||27||$15.00|
|11 (M)||Diabetes and the American Indian: A Review of Current Treatment Strategies||Robert Young, Ph.D.||1987||42||$15.00|
|12 (M)||Luiseño Diabetes Beliefs and Practices||Diane Weiner, Ph.D.||1996||43||$15.00|
|13 (M)||The Indianization of Alcoholics Anonymous||Marie-France Lisette Womack, M.A.||1996||54||$15.00|