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AIANMHR Publishes New Issue of the Journal

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CAIANH is pleased to announce a new issue of the journal, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. The latest issue explores many issues related to American Indian and Alaska Native peoples, utilizing a variety of methodologies and capturing important perspectives from Native peoples and researchers.

The issue includes:

  • An evaluation of a pilot study of a culturally grounded after-school program and the impact of the program on cultural identity, self-esteem, and resilience for urban Indigenous adolescents
  • Analysis of the relationship between perceived racial/ethnic discrimination and depressive symptoms among adolescents living in the Cherokee Nation 
  • An evaluation of a culturally oriented art therapy curriculum and its impact on resilience, stress, and mood for AI youth
  • A qualitative study looking at the role of social support in management of diabetes among AIs
  • A scoping review of the research on the health impact of Native-themed mascots and AI/ANs

>>Read the new issue

If interested in publishing in the journal, please follow the instructions or reach out to Sara Mumby, Journal Manager, for questions or guidance. 

Topics: AI/AN health