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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

Hawai’i Medical Journal – July 2006

January 18, 2018

Includes the Following: A Literature Review on Complementary and Alternative Medicine for the Treatment of Breast Cancer: Hawai‘i – Malia A. Ribeiro BA and Rosanne C. Harrigan APRN-Rx, EdD, MS…

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Traditional Healing and Indigenous Sovereignty: Assessment and evaluation of current potential, development and deficits of Indigenous mental health care provision in Washington State, USA

January 18, 2018

This dissertation from a geographical perspective analyzes the need and potential of self-­‐ determined Indigenous health care structures amongst Indigenous nations of Washington State, USA for the improvement of Indigenous…

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Traditional Hawaiian Healing and Western Influence

January 18, 2018

A significant number of native Hawai’ians have serious health problems related to westernization. On the islands, traditional medical practices and health promotion activities incorporate Hawai’ian healing practices so that strategies…

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Native Hawaiian Health in Hawaii: Historical Highlights

January 18, 2018

The Hawaiians still have evidence of remarkable spiritual, mental, and physical illness since western contact over two centuries ago. Their pure blooded population has decreased by more than 98% but…

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Toward Culturally Centered Integrative Care for Addressing Mental Health Disparities Among Ethnic Minorities

January 18, 2018

Despite decades of research, recognition and treatment of mental illness and its comorbidities still remain a significant public health problem in the United States. Ethnic minorities are identified as a…

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A Critical Review of Culturally Sensitive Treatments for Depression: Recommendations for Intervention and Research

January 18, 2018

Recent meta-analyses and reviews have showed that culturally adapted mental health interventions are more effective for racial and ethnic minorities than traditional unadapted psychotherapy. Despite the advances in providing culturally…

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Addressing Disparities in Mental Health Agencies: Strategies to Implement the National CLAS Standards in Mental Health

January 18, 2018

Historically, the mental health system has not effectively addressed the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse individuals (President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, 2003), which has contributed to significant…

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Guidelines for Establishing a Telemental Health Program to Provide Evidence-Based Therapy for Trauma-Exposed Children and Families

January 18, 2018

Although similar rates of traumatic experiences exist in both rural and urban settings, mental health resources available to those living in rural areas are often scarce. Limited resources pose a…

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Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

January 09, 2018
Categories: Publications,

The large-scale movement of non-indians onto Indian reservations began with the U.S. Allotment Act (1887). The U.S. Government intended to destroy tribal governments and break up Indian reservations under, what was then considered, the Manifest Destiny Doctrine.

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The World Bank Tribal Policy: Criticisms & Recommendations by Professor John H. Bodley

September 28, 2017
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