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Current Bibliographies in Medicine 96-6


American Indian and Alaska Native Health





CBM  96-6







American Indian and Alaska Native Health





January 1990 through September 1996



2050 Citations









Prepared by



Mary E. Conway, M.L.S., National Library of Medicine



E. Y. Hooper, M.D., M.P.H., Indian Health Service, 

Clinical Support Center, Phoenix, AZ



Wilma Morgan, M.S.N, F.N.P., Indian Health Service, 

Clinical Support Center, Phoenix, AZ



John F. Sauri, M.D., Indian Health Service, 

Clinical Support Center, Phoenix, AZ















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American Indian and Alaska native health : January 1990

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      1. United States.  Indian Health Service  2. Delivery of

  Health Care - United States - bibliography  3. Health

  Behavior - ethnology - United States - bibliography  4.

  Health Promotion - United States - bibliography  5. Health

  Status - United States - bibliography  6. Indians, North

  American - bibliography  7. Medicine, Traditional - United

  States - bibliography  8. Preventive Health Services -

  United States - bibliography  I. Conway, Mary E. (Mary

  Elizabeth)  II. National Library of Medicine (U.S.). 

  Reference Section  III. Series



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AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE HEALTH





The population of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States in

1996 is 2,321,880.  Alaska Native is a term used to describe people of the

Athabascan, Tsimpsian, Tlingit, Haida, Eskimo, and Aleut decent. American

Indian is used to refer to more than 545 federally-recognized tribes residing

in other states.  While one of the smallest minorities in the United States,

American Indians and Alaska Natives are a very diverse group, representing a

variety of cultures and traditions.  



The Indian Health Service (IHS) provides health care services to about 60% of

American Indian and Alaska Native populations.  About three fifths of the

Native American population live off  the reservation and it is estimated that

one half now live in urban areas.  In its relatively short history, the Indian

Health Service has contributed to tremendous improvements in the health status

of American Indians and Alaska Natives.  Since 1973, infant mortality has

decreased by 58%, maternal mortality by 68%, pneumonia and influenza mortality

by 52%, tuberculosis mortality by 79%, and gastrointestinal mortality by 76%.  



However, although significant gains have been made, the health status of

American Indians and Alaska Natives is not equal to the U.S. general

population.  Poor nutrition, coupled with unsafe water supplies and inadequate

waste disposal facilities, has resulted in a greater incidence of illness in

the Indian population.  Many reservations and Indian communities are located

in isolated areas where impassable roads and populations spread over many

miles create additional challenges to the IHS commitment to provide quality

health care.



According to the 1990 Department of Health and Human Services report Healthy

People 2000, the six major causes of early death for American Indians and

Alaska Natives are unintentional injuries, cirrhosis, homicide, suicide,

pneumonia, and complications of diabetes.  Alcohol and obesity are major risk

factors for the American Indian population.  Alcohol contributes to high rates

of  motor vehicle crashes, cirrhosis, suicide, homicide, domestic abuse, and

fetal alcohol syndrome. The increase in obesity among American Indians,

resulting partly from the adoption of a western diet, has paralleled the

increase in diabetes, which is 230% higher than the general population. 

Obesity is also linked to high blood pressure and stroke, coronary heart

disease, and some types of cancer.  The Indian Health Service, as well as

state and local health departments, is working with Native American

communities to develop programs that will meet these health challenges.  By

recognizing and incorporating American Indian and Alaska Native traditions,

culture, and values into community health care programs, health care providers

are becoming more effective in meeting the needs of this very diverse

minority.



This publication is intended to serve as a useful resource for those

interested in gaining a better understanding of health issues of special

concern to American Indians and Alaska Natives.  The bibliography lists

selected references to journal articles, monographs, conference proceedings

and abstracts, dissertations, technical reports, Congressional hearings, and

audiovisuals published from January 1990 through September 1996, the majority

in English.  Some older monographs, dissertations, and audiovisual programs

have been selected.  References about Canadian populations of Eskimos and

American Indians are included because they share the same ancestry and face

many of the same health care challenges as American Indians in the U.S. and

Alaska Natives.  Citations are organized in subject categories following the

Healthy People 2000 priority areas with some modifications made to accommodate

issues specific to American Indians and Alaska Natives.  Citations may  appear

in more than one category. 



Special acknowledgment is given to the staff of the Indian Health Service

Clinical Support Center in Phoenix for taking time out of their busy schedules

to assist in compiling this bibliography.





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and irrelevant citations edited out prior to printing.







SS 1 = NATIVE ADJ AMERICAN# OR ALASKA ADJ NATIVE#



SS 2 = UNITED STATES INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE



SS 3 = 1 OR 2



SS 4 = INDIANS, NORTH AMERICAN OR ESKIMOS OR ARCTIC ADJ NATIVE# OR

       AMERICAN ADJ INDIAN#



SS 5 = INDIGENOUS HEALTH SERVICES



SS 6 = 4 OR 5



SS 7 = 6 AND EXP UNITED STATES OR 6 AND EXP CANADA



SS 8 = 3 OR 7







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SAMPLE  CITATIONS





Citations in this bibliographic series are formatted according to the rules

established for Index Medicus.  Sample journal and monograph citations appear

below.  For journal articles written in a foreign language, the English

translation of the title is placed in brackets; for monographs, the title is

given in the original language.  In both cases the language of publication is

shown by a three letter abbreviation appearing at the end of the citation.



Journal Article:



          Authors                  Article Title



     Jackson MY, Godfrey F. Federal nutrition services for American Indian 

     and Alaska Native elders.  J Am Diet Assoc 1990 Apr;90(4):568-71.  



                   Abbreviated Journal      Date      Volume  Issue  Pages

                         Title





Monograph:



             Authors/Editors                      Title



     Sandefur GD, Rindfuss RR, Cohen G, eds.  Changing numbers, changing 

     needs: American Indian demography and public health.  Washington (DC): 

     National Academy Press; 1996.  314 p.



     Place of       Publisher          Date       Total No.

     Publication                                    of Pages



Audiovisual:



          Title         Media Type        Place of Publication      Publisher



     It can happen to anybody [videocassette]. Lake Andes (SD): Native 

     American Women's Health Education Resource Center; 1990. 

     1 videocassette: 22 min., sound, color, 1/2 in. Available from:  

     Native American Community Board. 



                Note                  Date      Physical Description

                            

_________________________________



*For details of the formats used for references, see the following

publication:



     Patrias, Karen. National Library of Medicine recommended formats for

bibliographic citation.  Bethesda (MD):  The Library; 1991 Apr.  Available

from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB91-182030.

























TABLE  OF  CONTENTS











     Overview



     Health Promotion



          Physical Activity and Fitness

          Nutrition

          Substance Abuse

               - General

               - Tobacco

               - Alcohol

               - Other drugs

          Family Planning

          Mental Health and Mental Disorders

               - Suicide

               - Other

          Violent and Abusive Behavior

          Educational and Community-Based Programs



     Health Protection



          Unintentional Injuries

          Occupational Safety and Health

          Environmental Health

          Food and Drug Safety 

          Oral Health



     Preventive Services



          Heart Disease and Stroke

          Cancer

          Diabetes and Diabetic Complications

          Obesity and Body Weight

          Genetic Diseases and Genetics

          Infectious Diseases and Immunization 

               - HIV Infection

               - Hepatitis

               - Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases

               - Hantavirus Infection

               - Tuberculosis

               - Other Infectious Diseases

          Physical Disabilities

          Other Disorders



     Age and Gender-Related Health Issues



          Maternal Health

               - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

               - Other

          Infant Health

          Women's Health

          Child Health

          Adolescent Health

          Elderly Health

     Health Services



          Access to Health Care

          Prescription Drugs

          Traditional Medicine 

          Health Care Providers

          Native American Health Care Providers



     Culture-Related Health Issues



     Surveillance Issues



     Demography



     History



































































OVERVIEW



Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (US). Findings from the survey of

American Indians and Alaska Natives health care coverage. Rockville (MD): The

Agency; 1992. (National Medical Expenditure Survey. Intramural Research

highlights; no. 17). 



American Indian Health Care Association. Northwest area American Indian health

status and policy assessment project. St Paul (MN): The Association; [1993]. 8

vols. 



Anderson RE, Hill RB, Broudy DW, Key CR, Pathak D. A population-based autopsy

study of sudden, unexpected deaths from natural causes among persons 5 to 39

years old during a 12-year period. Hum Pathol 1994 Dec;25(12):1332-40. 



Andrews MM, Krouse SA. Research on excess deaths among American Indians and

Alaska Natives: a critical review. J Cult Divers 1995 Winter;2(1):8-15. 



Arnold R, Penuela M. Family support unit. IHS Primary Care Provider 1991

Jun;16(6):85-7.



Arctic Medical Research. Oulu (Finland): Nordic Council for Arctic Medical

Research and the International Union for Circumpolar Health. N37, 1985 - .

Continues: Nordic Council for Arctic Medical Research Report.



Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) [Internet]. Oklahoma City

(OK): The Association; 1996 - [cited 1996 Oct 7]. Available from: 

URL http://www.aaip.com/.



Bashshur R, Quick R. Health attitudes and behaviours of Native Alaskans.

Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:313-9. 



Bluebird L, Krasaukas D. Canadian First Nation Control of Health: a successful

case study. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:59-62. 



Brenneman G, Vanderwagen C. Consolidating our focus: strengthening Native

American families. IHS Primary Care Provider 1990 Jul;15(7):115-6.



Canadian Medical Association. Bridging the gap: promoting health and healing

for aboriginal peoples in Canada. Ottawa (ON, Canada): The Association; c1994.

61 p.



Canadian Nurses' Association. Health in Canada: perspectives of urban

aboriginal people. Ottawa (ON, Canada): The Association; [1995]. 45 p.



Cappon P. Community health and health promotion in Baffin Island. Arctic Med

Res 1991;Suppl:109-11. 



Circumpolar Health 90. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on

Circumpolar Health. Whitehorse, Yukon, May 20-25, 1990. Arctic Med Res

1991;Suppl:1-786. 



Cordes PM. The federal government--Native American relationship and the Indian

Health Service in Alaska. Alaska Med 1990 Apr-Jun;32(2):67-71. 



Cozzetto DA. Economic and social implications of Indian gaming: the case of

Minnesota. Am Indian Cult Res J 1995;19(1):119-31.



Curtis AC. The patient care component: patient-centered horizontal integration

in a vertical world. Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care 1994:580-4. 



DeGross DP. A brief discussion of the development of Native owned health

provider agencies in Alaska within the context of anticipated health and

systems issues. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:101-5. 



Department of Health and Human Services (US), Public Health Service. Healthy

people 2000: national health promotion and disease prevention objectives. Full

report with commentary. Washington (DC): The Department; [1990]. 692 p. (DHHS

pub; (PHS) 91-50212). 



Dine Center for Human Development. The Navajo dictionary on diagnostic

terminology: a reference guide on Navajo usage of diagnostic terms. Tsaile

(AZ): Navajo Community College Press; 1991. 84 p.



Durst D. Road to poverty is paved with good intentions: social interventions

and indigenous peoples. Int Soc Work 1992 Apr;35(2):191-202



First People's Health and Disability Issues on SchoolNet [Internet]. (Canada):

SchoolNet Support Group; [date unknown; cited 1996 Dec 12]. Available from:

URL http://www.schoolnet.ca/aboriginal/health-e.html.



Flack JM, Amaro H, Jenkins W, Kunitz S, Levy J, Mixon M, Yu E. Epidemiology of

minority health. Health Psychol 1995 Dec;14(7):592-600. 



Fleming CM. The next twenty years of prevention in Indian country: visionary,

complex, and practical. Am Indian Alsk Native Ment Health Res 1992; 4(3):85-8;

discussion 126-32. 



Fortuine R, Braund Allen J, Alward J, Andress L, van den Top J. The health of

the Inuit of North America. A bibliography from the earliest times through

1990. Arctic Med Res 1993;52 Suppl 8:1-353. 



Freeman WL. IHS research agenda [letter]. IHS Primary Care Provider 1990

May;15(5):78-9.



Freeman WL. Making research consent forms informative and understandable: the

experience of the Indian Health Service. Camb Q Healthc Ethics 1994

Fall;3(4):510-21. 



Garro LC. Perspectives on the health and health care of Canada's first

peoples. Cult Med Psychiatry 1993 Mar;17(1):145-57. 



Grossman DC, Krieger JW, Sugarman JR, Forquera RA. Health status of urban

American Indians and Alaska Natives. A population-based study. JAMA 1994 Mar

16;271(11):845-50. 



Health of indigenous peoples initiative. Bull Pan Am Health Organ 1995

Dec;29(4):369-72. 



Hodgkinson H. The current condition of Native Americans. Charleston (WV): ERIC

Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools; 1992 Sep. Report No.:

EDO-RC-92-7. Contract No.: RI88062016. 3 p. Sponsored by the Office of

Educational Research and Improvement, Dept. of Education.



Howlett M. Policy paradigms and policy change: lessons from the old and new

Canadian policies towards aboriginal peoples. Policy Stud J 1994 Winter;

22(4):631-49



IHS Primary Care Provider. Phoenix (AZ): Indian Health Service, Clinical

Support Center; 1976 - . Monthly.



Indian Health Service (US). Comprehensive health care program for American

Indians & Alaska Natives. Washington (DC): The Service; [1991]. 40 p.



Indian Health Service (US). Information about the Indian Health Service.

Rockville (MD): The Service; 1991.



Indian Health Service (US). Quality management in the Indian Health Service.

Enhancing our ability to raise the health status of American Indians and

Alaska Natives. Annual report. Rockville (MD): The Service; 1990 Aug. 52 p.

Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB92-160829/XAB.



Indian Health Service (US). Successful strategies for increasing direct health

care quality, accessibility, and economy for American Indians and Alaska

Natives. Rockville (MD): The Service; 1995. Report No.: IHS95-85016. 68 p.

Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB96-134770/XAB.



Indian Health Service (US), Division of Program Statistics. Regional

differences in Indian health. Rockville (MD): The Service; 1990.



Indian Health Service Home Page [Internet]. [Rockville (MD)]: Indian Health

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Ivey GH, Duyan KR. The Alaska Area Native Health Service: improving the health

status of the native people of Alaska. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:66-9. 



Jacobson SF. Native American health. Annu Rev Nurs Res 1994;12:193-213. 



John PL. Native American health care: January 1980-January 1993: 119 citations

in English from AGRICOLA. Beltsville (MD): National Agricultural Library,

Rural Information Center; [1993]. 36 p. (Quick bibliography series; QB 93-40). 



Kang P. Health care needs of State's American Indians addressed. Pa Med 1993

Sep;96(9):52. 



Kaufman S, Tulsa M. Leading causes for IHS ambulatory care visits. IHS Primary

Care Provider 1994 Oct;19(10):161-6.



Kent C. Perspectives. The Indian Health Service: a flawed diamond. Faulkner

Grays Med Health 1992 Mar 2;46(9 suppl): [4 p.] 



Kramer JM. Comparison of factors affecting native health in Canada and the

United States. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:76-81. 



Krieger N, Fee E. Man-made medicine and women's health: the biopolitics of

sex/gender and race/ethnicity. Int J Health Serv 1994;24(2):265-83. 



Lavallee C, Robinson E, eds. The health of the eastern James Bay Cree:

annotated bibliography. Montreal (QC, Canada): Montreal General Hospital,

Northern Quebec Module; 1993. 142 p. (Eng, Fre). 



Liska A. Ghost dancers rise. Humanity Soc 1994 Nov;18(4):55-65.



Lynch GI. Movement toward professional excellence--Medical Services Branch

Indian Health. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:173-6. 



Lyon C, Leonard B. HealthNet: the IHS experience. IHS Primary Care Provider

1990 Mar;15(3):38-45.



Macaulay AC. Ethics of research in Native communities [editorial]. Can Fam

Physician 1994 Nov;40:1888-90, 1894-7. (Eng, Fre). 



Mao Y, Moloughney BW, Semenciw RM, Morrison HI. Indian Reserve and registered

Indian mortality in Canada. Can J Public Health 1992 Sep-Oct; 83(5):350-3. 



Moriarity J. American Indian health. Providers, communities surmount profound

problems. Minn Med 1992 Jul;75(7):14-20. Comment in: Minn Med 1992

Jul;75(7):39. 



Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center [Internet]. Lake

Andes (SD): The Center; 1996 - [cited 1996 Oct 7]. Available from: 

URL gopher://gopher.igc.apc.org/11/orgs/nawherc/.



Native peoples. A guide to reference sources. Montreal (QC, Canada): McGill

Univ., Libraries; 1993. 31 p. Available from: ERIC, Arlington, VA; ED-360 983.



Nickens HW. The health status of minority populations in the United States.

West J Med 1991 Jul;155(1):27-32. 



Nolan R. Improved IHS material support: more health care for the dollar. Final

report. Bethesda (MD): Logistics Management Institute; 1990 Jul. Grant No.:

MDA90385C0139. 109 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; AD-A230 178.



O'Neil JD. Issues in health policy for indigenous peoples in Canada. Aust J

Public Health 1995 Dec;19(6):559-66. 



Office of Technology Assessment (US). Telecommunications technology and Native

Americans: opportunities and challenges. Washington (DC): The Office; 1995

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Owens MV, et al, compilers. Bibliography of health issues affecting North

American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts: 1950-1988. Rockville (MD): Indian

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Arlington, VA; ED357923.



Rafuse J. New dictionary provides native-language equivalents of English

medical terms. Can Med Assoc J 1993 Nov 15;149(10):1537, 1540. 



Reddy MA. Statistical record of native North Americans. Detroit: Gale

Research; 1993. 1,661 p.



Sandefur GD, Rindfuss RR, Cohen B, eds. Changing numbers, changing needs:

American Indian demography and public health. Washington (DC): National

Academy Press; 1996. 314 p.



Sokolov BJ, Braund Allen J, Fortuine R. The health of the Eskimos: an updated

selective bibliography. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:99-100. 



Stewart JL. Native American populations. ASHA 1992 Apr;34(4):40-2. 



Stieb D, Davies K. Health and development in the Hudson Bay/James Bay region.

Arctic Med Res 1995 Oct;54(4):170-83. 



Tourangeau K, Ward EP. Questionnaires and data collection methods for the

Medical Provider Survey. Rockville (MD): Agency for Health Care Policy and

Research; 1992 Jul. 105 p. (AHCPR pub.; no. 92-0042); (National Medical

Expenditure Survey. Methods; 4). 



Trends in Indian health. [Washington (DC)]: Indian Health Service, Division of

Program Statistics; 1989 - . Annual. Continues: Chart series book. 



Tribal governments as rural health providers. Rural Indian Health Roundtable

Conference; 1990; Washington, DC. Final report. Washington (DC): Indian Health

Service; [1990]. 30 p. 1 microfiche. Available from: US GPO; HE20.302:T73.



Waldman HB. Rediscovering the health status of Native Americans. ASDC J Dent

Child 1992 May-Jun; 59(3):216-20. 



Waldram JB, Herring A, Young TK. Aboriginal health in Canada: historical,

cultural, and epidemiological perspectives. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press;

c1995. 334 p.



Watts TD. Native Americans today: an outer view. J Alcohol Drug Educ

1993 Spring;38(3):125-30. 



Wax ML. The ethics of research in American Indian communities. Am Indian Q

1991 Fall;15(4):431-56. 



White PM. American Indian studies. Library research guide. 2nd ed. San Diego

(CA): San Diego State Univ., Univ. Library; 1990. 60 p. Available from: ERIC,

Arlington, VA; ED-338 248.



Wigmore M, McCue D. No information on a forgotten people: how healthy are

Native people in Canada when they live off reserve. Arctic Med Res

1991;Suppl:90-3. 



Yellow Bird MJ. The use of health services by American Indians on Federal

Indian Lands [dissertation]. Madison (WI): Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison; 1994.

224 p. Available from: University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, MI;

AAD94-21604. 



Young TK. The health of Native Americans: toward a biocultural epidemiology.

New York: Oxford Univ. Press; 1994. 275 p.



HEALTH PROMOTION



     Physical Activity and Fitness



Benjamin E. Exercise prescription guidelines for patients with diabetes. IHS

Primary Care Provider 1993 Jul; 18(7):123-5.



Fontvieille AM, Kriska A, Ravussin E. Decreased physical activity in Pima

Indian compared with Caucasian children. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord 1993

Aug;17(8):445-52. 



Heath GW, Wilson RH, Smith J, Leonard BE. Community-based exercise and weight

control: diabetes risk reduction and glycemic control in Zuni Indians. Am J

Clin Nutr 1991 Jun;53(6 Suppl):1642S-1646S. 



Kellner T. Zunis, diabetes, and exercise. The IHS Primary Care Provider 1990

Apr;15(4):51-3.



Kriska AM, Knowler WC, LaPorte RE, Drash AL, Wing RR, Blair SN, Bennett PH,

Kuller LH. Development of questionnaire to examine relationship of physical

activity and diabetes in Pima Indians. Diabetes Care 1990 Apr;13(4):401-11. 



Kriska AM, LaPorte RE, Pettitt DJ, Charles MA, Nelson RG, Kuller LH, Bennett

PH, Knowler WC. The association of physical activity with obesity, fat

distribution and glucose intolerance in Pima Indians. Diabetologia 1993

Sep;36(9):863-9. 



Rode A, Shephard RJ. Acculturation and loss of fitness in the Inuit: the
preventive role of active leisure. Arctic Med Res 1993 Jul;52(3):107-12. 



Rode A, Shephard RJ. Acculturation and the growth of lung function: three

cross-sectional surveys of an Inuit community. Respiration 1994;61(4):187-94. 



Rode A, Shephard RJ. Physiological consequences of acculturation: a 20-year

study of fitness in an Inuit community. Eur J Appl Physiol 1994;69(6):516-24. 



Shephard RJ, Rode A. Cold, fitness and the exercise electrocardiogram. A 20

year longitudinal study of Canadian Inuit. Int J Sports Med 1992 Oct;13 Suppl

1:S176-8. 



Wilson RH, Hoy W. Short-term effects of participation in a community-based

exercise program: a study in the Pueblo of Zuni. IHS Primary Care Provider

1993 Jul;18(7):126-31.



     Nutrition



Abbott WG, Swinburn B, Ruotolo G, Hara H, Patti L, Harper I, Grundy SM, Howard

BV. Effect of a high-carbohydrate, low-saturated-fat diet on apolipoprotein B

and triglyceride metabolism in Pima Indians. J Clin Invest 1990

Aug;86(2):642-50. 



Adler AI, Boyko EJ, Schraer CD, Murphy NJ. Lower prevalence of impaired

glucose tolerance and diabetes associated with daily seal oil or salmon

consumption among Alaska Natives. Diabetes Care 1994 Dec;17(12):1498-501. 



Aubrey LP, Langner N, Lawn J, Sainnawap B, Beardy B. Nutrient intake of adults

aged 15 to 65 years in two northern Ontario communities. Arctic Med Res

1991;Suppl:774-7. 



Bell P. Economic barriers to optimum nutrition in Native communities in

British Columbia. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:756-7. 



Bell RA, Shaw HA, Dignan MB. Dietary intake of Lumbee Indian women in Robeson

County, North Carolina. J Am Diet Assoc 1995 Dec;95(12):1426-8. 



Bertorelli AM. Nutrition counseling: meeting the needs of ethnic clients with

diabetes. Diabetes Educ 1990 Jul-Aug;16(4):285-6, 289 



Bock A, Coyle JM, Cummings M, DelCampo R, Halls DM. Promoting health of Native

American elderly through nutrition curriculum development and on-site

education. Final report. Las Cruces (NM): New Mexico State Univ.; 1992 Feb.

Contract No.: AOA-90AT0437/01. 127 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA;

PB92-224641/XAB. Sponsored by Administration on Aging.



Borre K. Seal blood, Inuit blood, and diet: a biocultural model of physiology

and cultural identity. Med Anthropol Q 1991 Mar;NS5(1):48-62. 



Boudreau DA, Middaugh JP, Misfeldt J, Pedersen HS, Newman WP 3d, Malcom GT.

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Colwell LS Jr, Smith SM. Injury surveillance data computerized by IHS, CDC.

Public Health Rep 1990 Mar-Apr;105(2):211. 



Firearm and motor vehicle injury mortality--variations by state, race, and

ethnicity: United States, 1990-91. Adv Data 1994 Jan 27;(242):1-12. 



Fleshman CV. Injury deaths among American Indian and Alaska Native infants.

IHS Primary Care Provider 1992 Oct;17(10):186-90.



Gallaher MM, Fleming DW, Berger LR, Sewell CM. Pedestrian and hypothermia

deaths among Native Americans in New Mexico. Between bar and home. JAMA 1992

Mar 11;267(10):1345-8. Comments in: JAMA 1992 Mar 11;267(10):1384; JAMA 1992 

Dec 16;268(23):3317; discussion 3318; JAMA 1992 Dec 16;268(23):3317-8; JAMA

1993 Jan 27;269(4):471-2. Published erratum appears in JAMA 1992 Nov

4;268(17):2378. 



Goodman RA, Istre GR, Jordan FB, Herndon JL, Kelaghan J. Alcohol and fatal

injuries in Oklahoma. J Stud Alcohol 1991 Mar;52(2):156-61. 



Hsu JS, Williams SD. Injury prevention awareness in an urban Native American

population. Am J Public Health 1991 Nov;81(11):1466-8. Comment in: Am J Public

Health 1992 Sep;82(9):1295-6. 



Injuries among American Indians and Alaska Natives. IHS Primary Care Provider

1990 Nov;15(11):145-7.



James WH, Hutchison B, Moore DD, Smith AJ. Predictors of driving while

intoxicated (DWI) among American Indians in the northwest. J Drug Educ

1993;23(4):317-24. 



Johnson MS, Moore MA, Kennedy RD. Injuries in the Alaskan Arctic. Arctic Med

Res 1992;51 Suppl 7:45-55. 



Linwood ME, Kasian GF, Irvine JD. Child and youth accidents in northern native

communities. Can J Public Health 1990 Jan-Feb;81(1):77-8. 



Lujan CC. Alcohol-related deaths of American Indians. Stereotypes and

strategies [editorial]. JAMA 1992 Mar 11;267(10):1384. Comment on: JAMA 1992

Mar 11;267(10):1345-8. Comment in: JAMA 1993 Jan 27;269(4):471-2. 



Mahoney MC. Fatal motor vehicle traffic accidents among Native Americans. Am J

Prev Med 1991 Mar-Apr;7(2):112-6. 



Middaugh J. Epidemiology of injuries in northern areas. Arctic Med Res 1992;51

Suppl 7:5-14. 



Mobley C, Sugarman JR, Deam C, Giles L. Prevalence of risk factors for

residential fire and burn injuries in an American Indian community. Public

Health Rep 1994 Sep-Oct;109(5):702-5. 



Moffatt ME. Unmet needs of children in Canada's north: nutrition, injury

prevention and problems of adolescents. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:554-7. 



Nelson D, Sklar D, Skipper B, McFeeley PJ. Motorcycle fatalities in New

Mexico: the association of helmet nonuse with alcohol intoxication. Ann Emerg

Med 1992 Mar;21(3):279-83. 



Olson LM, Becker TM, Wiggins CL, Key CR, Samet JM. Injury mortality in

American Indian, Hispanic, and non-Hispanic white children in New Mexico,

1958-1982. Soc Sci Med 1990;30(4):479-86. 



Olson LM, Sklar DP, Cobb L, Sapien R, Zumwalt R. Analysis of childhood

pedestrian deaths in New Mexico, 1986-1990. Ann Emerg Med 1993

Mar;22(3):512-6. 



Olson LM, Troutman WG, Wiggins CL, Becker TM. Fatal poisoning among American

Indian, Hispanic, and non-Hispanic white children in New Mexico, 1958 to 1982.

Ethn Dis 1991 Summer;1(3):257-62. 



Parker DJ, Sklar DP, Tandberg D, Hauswald M, Zumwalt RE. Fire fatalities among

New Mexico children. Ann Emerg Med 1993 Mar;22(3):517-22. 



Pedestrian fatalities--New Mexico, 1958-1987. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1991

May 17;40(19):312-4. 



Pendley L, Taulbee A, Dossey D, Lucero RL. Native American adolescent injury

prevention project: special project of regional and national significance. 

Final report. Santa Fe (NM): New Mexico Health and Environment Dept., Public

Health Div.; 1993. Contract No.: MCJ-3537L7L-0L-0. 14 p. Available from:

NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB93-199206/XAB. Sponsored by Maternal and Child Health

Bureau.



Perkins R, O'Connor MB. Firearm-related deaths in the Alaska Native

population. IHS Primary Care Provider 1996 Mar;21(3):33-5.



Safety-belt use and motor-vehicle-related injuries--Navajo Nation, 1988-1991.

MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1992 Sep 25;41(38):705-8. 



Sugarman JR, Grossman DC. Trauma among American Indians in an urban county.

Public Health Rep 1996 Jul-Aug;111(4):321-7. Comment in: Public Health Rep

1996 Jul-Aug;111(4):320. 



Upchurch JD. Injury prevention and the trauma care provider: "Pretrauma Life

Support." IHS Primary Care Provider 1995 Jul;20(7):90-1.



Wallace LJ, Smith RJ. Injury prevention in the Indian Health Service: a role

for primary care providers. IHS Primary Care Provider 1992 Nov;17(11):193-8.



Young TK, Moffatt ME, O'Neill JD. An epidemiological perspective of injuries

in the Northwest Territories. Arctic Med Res 1992;51 Suppl 7:27-36. 



     Occupational Safety and Health



Dawson SE. Navajo uranium workers and the effects of occupational illnesses: a

case study. Hum Organ 1992 Winter;51(4):389-97



Dawson SE. Social work practice and technological disasters: the Navajo

uranium experience. J Sociol Soc Welfare 1993 Jun;20(2):5-20.



Dawson SE, Madsen GE. American Indian uranium millworkers: a study of the

perceived effects of occupational exposure. J Health Soc Policy

1995;7(2):19-31. 



Fullerton L, Olson L, Crandall C, Sklar D, Zumwalt R. Occupational injury

mortality in New Mexico. Ann Emerg Med 1995 Oct;26(4):447-54. 



Ramirez S. Health promotion for all: strategies for reaching diverse

populations at the workplace. Omaha (NE): Wellness Councils of America; c1994.

144 p.



Roscoe RJ, Deddens JA, Salvan A, Schnorr TM. Mortality among Navajo uranium

miners. Am J Public Health 1995 Apr;85(4):535-40. 



Sugarman JR, Stout N, Layne LA. Traumatic fatalities at work. American Indians

and Alaska natives, 1980 through 1988. J Occup Med 1993 Nov;35(11):1117-22. 



     Environmental Health



Chan HM, Kim C, Khoday K, Receveur O, Kuhnlein HV. Assessment of dietary

exposure to trace metals in Baffin Inuit food. Environ Health Perspect 1995

Jul-Aug;103(7-8):740-6. 



Dawson SE. Social work practice and technological disasters: the Navajo

uranium experience. J Sociol Soc Welfare 1993 Jun;20(2):5-20



Dewailly E, Ayotte P, Bruneau S, Laliberte C, Muir DC, Norstrom RJ. Inuit

exposure to organochlorines through the aquatic food chain in arctic Quebec.

Environ Health Perspect 1993 Dec;101(7):618-20. 



Dewailly E, Ryan JJ, Laliberte C, Bruneau S, Weber JP, Gingras S, Carrier G.

Exposure of remote maritime populations to coplanar PCBs. Environ Health

Perspect 1994 Jan;102 Suppl 1:205-9. 



Dumont C, Kosatsky T. Bush food contamination and public health policy. Arctic

Med Res 1991; Suppl:699-703. 



Fitzgerald EF, Brix KA, Bush B, Cook KS, Hwang SA. Exposure to PCBs from

hazardous waste among Mohawk women and infants at Akwesasne. Final report.

Albany (NY): New York State Dept. of Health; 1995 Jan. Report No.:

ATSDR/HS-95/43. Prepared in cooperation with Health Research, Inc., Albany,

NY. 226 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB95-159935/XAB. Sponsored

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Fitzgerald EF, Hwang SA, Brix KA, Bush B, Cook K, Worswick P. Fish PCB

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Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 1995 Jan-Mar;5(1):1-19. 



Gaventa-Folger S, McGeehin MA. Health study to assess methylmercury exposure

among members of the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians in Northern

Minnesota. Final report. Atlanta (GA): Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease

Registry, Div. of Health Studies; 1994 Jan. Report No.: ATSDR/HS-94/30. 135 p.

Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB94-134798/XAB.



Gaynor LS. IHS sanitation facilities construction program. IHS Primary Care

Provider 1992 Dec;17(12):217-9.



Hillger RW, Small MC. Underground storage tanks on Indian lands. Education

moderates an environmental threat. Winds Change 1992 Spring;7(2):62-6, 70-1. 



Johnson BL, Coulberson SL. Environmental epidemiologic issues and minority

health. Ann Epidemiol 1993 Mar;3(2):175-80. 



Korrapati MR, Vestal RE, Loi CM. Theophylline metabolism in healthy nonsmokers

and in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Clin Pharmacol Ther

1995 Apr;57(4):413-8. 



Kosatsky T, Dumont C. Determinants of exposure to methylmercury among the

James Bay Cree, 1987-89. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:693-5. 



Kosatsky T, Dumont C. Human exposure as a monitor of environmental

contamination: its possibilities and limitations as illustrated by the case of

methylmercury in northern Quebec. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:712-4. 



Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Muir DC, Chan HM, Soueida R. Arctic indigenous women

consume greater than acceptable levels of organochlorines. J Nutr 1995

Oct;125(10):2501-10. 



Liebow E, Holm J, McGinnis K. Radioactive waste shipments and tribal concerns.

In: Waste management '91; 1991 Feb 24-28; Tucson, AZ. Richland (WA): Battelle

Pacific Northwest Labs.; 1991 Feb. 24 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield,

VA; DE91008746/XAB. Sponsored by Dept. of Energy.



McMakin AH, Finch SM. Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project.

Progress report. Richland (WA): Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs.; 1992 Sep.

Report No.: PNWD-1980-04-HEDR. Contract No. AC06-76RL01830. 73 p. Available

from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; DE93003036/XAB. Sponsored by Dept. of Energy.



Montgomery LE, Carter Pokras O. Health status by social class and/or minority

status: implications for environmental equity research. Toxicol Ind Health

1993 Sep-Oct;9(5):729-73. 



Morris K, Morgenlander M, Coulehan JL, Gahagen S, Arena VC, Morganlander M

[corrected to Morgenlander M]. Wood-burning stoves and lower respiratory tract

infection in American Indian children. Am J Dis Child 1990 Jan;144(1):105-8. 

Published erratum appears in Am J Dis Child 1990 Apr;144(4):490.



Palinkas LA, Petterson JS, Russell J, Downs MA. Community patterns of

psychiatric disorders after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Am J Psychiatry 1993

Oct; 150(10):1517-23. 



Palinkas LA, Russell J, Downs MA, Petterson JS. Ethnic differences in stress,

coping, and depressive symptoms after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. J Nerv Ment

Dis 1992 May;180(5):287-95. 



Picou JS, et al. Social disruption and psychological stress in an Alaskan

fishing community: the impact of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Paper presented

at: Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society; 1990 Mar 23;

Louisville, KY. 30 p. Available from: ERIC, Arlington, VA; ED323047. 



Poston TM. Concentrations of radionuclides in terrestrial vegetation on the

Hanford site of potential interest to Native Americans. Richland (WA):

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs.; 1995 Mar. Report No.: PNL-10397. Contract

No. AC06-76RL01830. 25 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA;

DE95010422/XAB. Sponsored by the Dept. of Energy.



Shields LM, Wiese WH, Skipper BJ, Charley B, Benally L. Navajo birth outcomes

in the Shiprock uranium mining area. Health Phys 1992 Nov;63(5):542-51. 



Sriramachari S, Tandon BN, Acharya SK. Excess zinc and progressive

cholestasis: a new disease? Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):845-6. Comment on:

Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):866-8. 



Wenzel L. Environmental risk in Indian country. Washington (DC): Environmental

Protection Agency (US), Office of the Administrator; 1992 Jul. Report No.:

EPA/171/R-92/014. 41 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA;

PB92-182393/XAB.



Wormworth J. Toxins and tradition: the impact of food-chain contamination on

the Inuit of northern Quebec. Can Med Assoc J 1995 Apr 15;152(8):1237-40. 



     Food and Drug Safety



Barrett DH. Endemic food-borne botulism: clinical experience, 1973-1986 at

Alaska Native Medical Center. Alaska Med 1991 Jul-Sep;33(3):101-8. 



Dewailly E, Ayotte P, Bruneau S, Laliberte C, Muir DC, Norstrom RJ. Inuit

exposure to organochlorines through the aquatic food chain in arctic Quebec.

Environ Health Perspect 1993 Dec;101(7):618-20. 



Dewailly E, Ryan JJ, Laliberte C, Bruneau S, Weber JP, Gingras S, Carrier G.

Exposure of remote maritime populations to coplanar PCBs. Environ Health

Perspect 1994 Jan;102 Suppl 1:205-9. 



Doolan N, Appavoo D, Kuhnlein HV. Benefit-risk considerations of traditional

food use by the Sahtu (Hare) Dene/Metis of Fort Good Hope, N.W.T. Arctic Med

Res 1991;Suppl:747-51. 



Dumont C, Kosatsky T. Bush food contamination and public health policy. Arctic

Med Res 1991;Suppl:699-703. 



Fitzgerald EF, Brix KA, Bush B, Cook KS, Hwang SA. Exposure to PCBs from

hazardous waste among Mohawk women and infants at Akwesasne. Final report.

Albany (NY): New York State Dept. of Health; 1995 Jan. Report No.:

ATSDR/HS-95/43. Prepared in cooperation with Health Research, Inc., Albany,

NY. 226 p. Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB95-159935/XAB. Sponsored

by Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.



Fitzgerald EF, Hwang SA, Brix KA, Bush B, Cook K, Worswick P. Fish PCB

concentrations and consumption patterns among Mohawk women at Akwesasne. J

Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 1995 Jan-Mar;5(1):1-19. 



Gaventa-Folger S, McGeehin MA. Health study to assess methylmercury exposure

among members of the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians in Northern

Minnesota. Final report. Atlanta (GA): Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease

Registry, Div. of Health Studies; 1994 Jan. Report No.: ATSDR/HS-94/30. 135 p.

Available from: NTIS, Springfield, VA; PB94-134798/XAB.



Kosatsky T, Dumont C. Determinants of exposure to methylmercury among the

James Bay Cree, 1987-89. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:693-5. 



Kosatsky T, Dumont C. Human exposure as a monitor of environmental

contamination: its possibilities and limitations as illustrated by the case of

methylmercury in northern Quebec. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:712-4. 



Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Muir DC, Chan HM, Soueida R. Arctic indigenous women

consume greater than acceptable levels of organochlorines. J Nutr 1995

Oct;125(10):2501-10. 



Lancaster MJ. Botulism: north to Alaska. Am J Nurs 1990 Jan;90(1):60-2. 



McAndrews KL Jr, Murphy JE. Aminoglycoside pharmacokinetics in Alaskan

natives. Am J Health Syst Pharm 1995 Sep 15;52(18):2015-8. 



McMahon BJ, Helminiak C, Wainwright RB, Bulkow L, Trimble BA, Wainwright K.

Frequency of adverse reactions to hepatitis B vaccine in 43,618 persons. Am J

Med 1992 Mar;92(3):254-6. Comment in: Am J Med 1995 Jun;98(6):595-6. 



Mendoza R, Smith MW, Poland RE, Lin KM, Strickland TL. Ethnic

psychopharmacology: the Hispanic and Native American perspective.

Psychopharmacol Bull 1991;27(4):449-61. 



Newcomer W, Rivin B, Reid R, Moulton LH, Wolff M, Croll J, Johnson C, Brown L,

Nalin D, Santosham M. Immunogenicity, safety and tolerability of varying doses

and regimens of inactivated hepatitis A virus vaccine in Navajo children.

Pediatr Infect Dis J 1994 Jul;13(7):640-2. 



Peterson DE, Kanarek MS, Kuykendall MA, Diedrich JM, Anderson HA, Remington

PL, Sheffy TB. Fish consumption patterns and blood mercury levels in Wisconsin

Chippewa Indians. Arch Environ Health 1994 Jan-Feb;49(1):53-8. 



Poston TM. Concentrations of radionuclides in terrestrial vegetation on the

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Richardson GM, Currie DJ. Estimating fish consumption rates for Ontario

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Santosham M, Hill J, Wolff M, Reid R, Lukacs L, Ahonkhai V. Safety and

immunogenicity of a Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccine in a high

risk American Indian population. Pediatr Infect Dis J 1991 Feb;10(2):113-7.

Comment in: Pediatr Infect Dis J 1991 Feb;10(2):89-91. Published erratum

appears in Pediatr Infect Dis J 1991 May; 10(5):369. 



Santosham M, Letson GW, Wolff M, Reid R, Gahagan S, Adams R, Callahan C, Sack

RB, Kapikian AZ. A field study of the safety and efficacy of two candidate

rotavirus vaccines in a Native American population. J Infect Dis 1991

Mar;163(3):483-7. 



Shaffer N, Wainwright RB, Middaugh JP, Tauxe RV. Botulism among Alaska

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Wormworth J. Toxins and tradition: the impact of food-chain contamination on

the Inuit of northern Quebec. Can Med Assoc J 1995 Apr 15;152(8):1237-40. 



     Oral Health



Barnes GP, Parker WA, Lyon TC Jr, Drum MA, Coleman GC. Ethnicity, location,

age, and fluoridation factors in baby bottle tooth decay and caries prevalence

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Bothwell ED, Nutting PA. A research agenda for Indian health. Part 4. Oral

health. IHS Primary Care Provider 1990 Jan;15(1):1-5.



Broderick EB. Infection control in the Indian Health Service Dental Program:

estimated costs and effects on productivity. J Public Health Dent 1990 Fall;

50(5):306-10. 



Bruerd B, Jones C. Preventing baby bottle tooth decay: eight-year results.

Public Health Rep 1996 Jan-Feb; 111(1):63-5. 



Brunick A, Nelson DM. Oral healthcare of Native Americans of the Plains

states. J Dent Hyg 1994 Sep-Oct;68(5):234-7 



Burt BA. Trends in caries prevalence in North American children. Int Dent J

1994 Aug;44(4 Suppl 1):403-13. 



Butts AC, Henderson LM. Navajo Indian dental neglect intervention program. J

Tenn Dent Assoc 1990 Jan; 70(1):42-5. 



Caplan DJ, Weintraub JA. The oral health burden in the United States: a

summary of recent epidemiologic studies. J Dent Educ 1993 Dec;57(12):853-62. 



Collins RJ, Broderick EB, Herman DJ. Dental manpower planning in the Indian

Health Service. J Public Health Dent 1993 Spring;53(2):109-14. 



Cook HW, Duncan WK, De Ball S, Berg B. The cost of nursing caries in a Native

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Dental Explorer. Albuquerque (NM): Indian Health Service, Dental Field Support

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Health Service Dental Newsletter.



Emrich LJ, Shlossman M, Genco RJ. Periodontal disease in non-insulin-dependent

diabetes mellitus. J Periodontol 1991 Feb;62(2):123-31. Comments

in: J Periodontol 1991 Feb;62(2):161-3; J Periodontol 1991 Feb;62(2):161-3. 



Gagnon PF, Cleroux L, Brodeur JM, Tremblay N. Dental caries indices and

treatment levels in a young Canadian Inuit population. Arctic Med Res 1991;

Suppl:681-2. 



Galan D, Odlum O, Brecx M. Oral health status of a group of elderly Canadian

Inuit (Eskimo). Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 1993 Feb; 21(1):53-6. 



Galan D, Odlum O, Grymonpre R, Brecx M. Medical and dental status of a culture

in transition, the case of the Inuit elderly of Canada. Gerodontology 1993

Jul; 10(1):44-50. 



Genco RJ. Assessment of risk of periodontal disease. Compendium 1994;Suppl

18:S678-83; quiz S714-7. 



Goddard G. Articular disk displacement of TMJ due to trauma. Cranio 1993

Jul;11(3):221-3; discussion 223. 



Grim CW, Broderick EB, Jasper B, Phipps KR. A comparison of dental caries

experience in Native American and Caucasian children in Oklahoma. J

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Haney K, Bothwell E. Fetal alcohol syndrome: implications for dental health

professionals. Dent Hyg News 1994 Summer;7(3):8-9.



Harmon RG. Oral health care for the underserved in the 1990s: the HRSA

perspective. J Public Health Dent 1993 Winter;53(1):46-9; discussion 50-3. 



Harrison RL, Davis DW. Caries experience of Native children of British

Columbia, Canada, 1980-1988. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 1993 Apr;21(2):

102-7. 



Hazle D, Shurts J. Periodontal conditions before and after dental prophylaxis

in diabetic Indians in northeast Oklahoma. IHS Primary Care Provider 1990 Dec;

15(12):159-64.



Hess MH. Oral and oropharyngeal cancer: prevention and early detection. IHS

Primary Care Provider 1990 May;15(5):71-4.



Houde G, Gagnon PF, St Germain M. A descriptive study of early caries and oral

health habits of Inuit pre-schoolers: preliminary results. Arctic Med Res

1991;Suppl:683-4. 



Imler TJ. Prevention of baby bottle tooth decay. IHS Primary Care Provider

1992 Apr;17(4):62.



Isman RE. Integrating primary oral health care into primary care. J Dent Educ

1993 Dec;57(12):846-52. 



Jenny J, Cons NC, Kohout FJ, Jakobsen J. Differences in need for orthodontic

treatment between Native Americans and the general population based on DAI

scores. J Public Health Dent 1991 Fall;51(4):234-8. 



Jones DB, Schlife CM. An oral health survey of Head Start children in Alaska.

Arctic Med Res 1991; Suppl:659-61. 



Jones DB, Schlife CM, Phipps KR. An oral health survey of Head Start children

in Alaska: oral health status, treatment needs, and cost of treatment. J

Public Health Dent 1992 Winter;52(2):86-93. 



Kaste LM, Marianos D, Chang R, Phipps KR. The assessment of nursing caries and

its relationship to high caries in the permanent dentition. J Public Health

Dent 1992 Winter;52(2):64-8. 



Kinney MB, Taylor R. American way. RDH 1990 May; 10(5):12-4. 



Loe H. Periodontal disease. The sixth complication of diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes Care 1993 Jan;16(1):329-34. 



Mayhall JT. Provision of dental care to the Arctic and subarctic regions of

Canada: the University of Toronto's role. Arctic Med Res 1991;Suppl:656-8. 



McDermott PT, Mayhall JT, Leake JL. Dental therapists and the delivery of

dental care in Canada's Northwest Territories. Arctic Med Res 1991;

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Milnes AR, Rubin CW, Karpa M, Tate R. A retrospective analysis of the costs

associated with the treatment of nursing caries in a remote Canadian

aboriginal preschool population. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 1993

Oct;21(5):253-60. 



Morey DP, Leung JJ. The multicultural knowledge of registered dental

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Morton CV, Avery KT. Native American Center of Excellence in dental education.

J Okla Dent Assoc 1994 Spring;84(4):29-32. 



Nelson RG, Shlossman M, Budding LM, Pettitt DJ, Saad MF, Genco RJ, Knowler WC.

Periodontal disease and NIDDM in Pima Indians. Diabetes Care 1990

Aug;13(8):836-40. 



O'Hehir T. Studies differ on findings of perio disease in diabetics. RDH 1994

Mar;14(3):20. 



O'Sullivan DM, Douglass JM, Champany R, Eberling S, Tetrev S, Tinanoff N.

Dental caries prevalence and treatment among Navajo preschool children. J

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Odlum O, Lachance C. A study to establish parameters for the use of pit and

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Med Res 1991;Suppl:675-6. 



Phipps KR, Reifel N, Bothwell E. The oral health status, treatment needs, and

dental utilization patterns of Native American elders. J Public Health Dent

1991 Fall;51(4):228-33. 



Rea E, Thompson G, Moffatt ME, Young TK, O'Neil J, Schwartz A. Adult dental

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Schlife-Jones C. Meeting the oral health objectives of American Indians and

Alaska Natives. IHS Primary Care Provider 1995 Jan;20(1):15.



Shlossman M. Diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease--a current perspective.

Compendium 1994 Aug;15(8):1018, 1020-4 passim; quiz 1032. 



Shlossman M, Knowler WC, Pettitt DJ, Genco RJ. Type 2 diabetes mellitus and

periodontal disease. J Am Dent Assoc 1990 Oct;121(4):532-6. 



Staley RN, Dahlberg AA, Dahlberg T, Field HM, Cowan HJ, Jakobsen J. Dental

health findings in a Native American settlement. Iowa Dent J 1993 Oct;79(4):

13-6. 



Taylor GW, Burt BA. Relationship between type II diabetes mellitus and the

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Michigan, School of Public Health; 1993 Aug. Contract No.: NIH-NO1-DE-12588.

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the National Institute of Dental Research.



Toward improving the oral health of Americans: an overview of oral health

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Trodden BJ. Swampy Cree Tribal Council dental survey. Probe 1991

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Tsubouchi J, Tsubouchi M, Maynard RJ, Domoto PK, Weinstein P. A study of

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Waldman HB. Rediscovering the health status of Native Americans. ASDC J Dent

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Weinstein P. Research recommendations: pleas for enhanced research efforts to

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Winter;56(1):55-9. 



Zammit MP. Patterns of patient attendance and dental service utilization in

northern Labrador 1985-1989. Arctic Med Res 1993 Jan;52(1):5-12. 



Zammit MP, Hans MG, Broadbent BH, Johnsen DC, Latimer BM, Nelson S.

Malocclusion in Labrador Inuit youth: a psychosocial, dental and cephalometric

evaluation. Arctic Med Res 1995 Jan;54(1):32-44. 



Zammit MP, Torres A, Johnsen DC, Hans MG. The prevalence and patterns of

dental caries in Labrador Inuit youth. J Public Health Dent 1994 Summer;

54(3):132-8. 





PREVENTIVE SERVICES



     Heart Disease and Stroke



Alpert JS, Goldberg R, Ockene IS, Taylor P. Heart disease in native Americans.

Cardiology 1991; 78(1):3-12. 



Botash AS, Kavey RW, Emm N, Jones D. Cardiovascular risk factors in Native

American children. N Y State J Med 1992 Sep;92(9):378-81. 



Boudreau DA, Middaugh JP, Misfeldt J, Pedersen HS, Newman WP 3d, Malcom GT.

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     Infectious Diseases and Immunization



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Bellymule G. To improve access to services, to improve the quality of life,

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La Fortune R. Access to Native American communities in the context of

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Lieb LE, Conway GA, Hedderman M, Yao J, Kerndt PR. Racial misclassification of

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Metler R, Conway GA, Stehr-Green J. AIDS surveillance among American Indians

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          - Hepatitis



Bulkow LR, Wainwright RB, McMahon BJ, Middaugh JP, Jenkerson SA, Margolis HS.

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Cheek J, Welty TK, Margolis H, Shapiro C. Guidelines for prevention and

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Gildon B, Makintubee S, Istre GR. Community-wide outbreak of hepatitis A among

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McMahon BJ, Alberts SR, Wainwright RB, Bulkow L, Lanier AP. Hepatitis

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McMahon BJ, Beller M, Williams J, Schloss M, Tanttila H, Bulkow L. A program

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McMahon BJ, Schoenberg S, Bulkow L, Wainwright RB, Fitzgerald MA, Parkinson

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Shaw FE Jr, Shapiro CN, Welty TK, Dill W, Reddington J, Hadler SC. Hepatitis

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Wainwright RB, McMahon BJ, Bulkow LR, Parkinson AJ, Harpster AP. Protection

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Beller M, Middaugh J, Gellin B, Ingle D. The contribution of reinfection to

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Cullen TA, Helgerson SD, LaRuffa T, Natividad B. Chlamydia trachomatis

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Khan AS, Khabbaz RF, Armstrong LR, Holman RC, Bauer SP, Graber J, Strine T,

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Levy DL. Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. Outbreak of a new disease caused by a

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          - Tuberculosis



Boskovich SJ. New concepts in nursing management of the TB patient: a

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Krevans JR. An unusual epidemic of isoniazid resistant tuberculosis in a

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Sugarman J, Chase E, Johannes P, Helgerson SD. Tuberculosis among American

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Tuberculosis outbreak on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation--North Dakota and

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          - Other Infectious Diseases



Acton K, Farrell MA, Freeman W, Rith-Najarian SJ, Smith K, Schraer C, Strauss

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Atkinson WL, Hadler SC, Redd SB, Orenstein WA. Measles surveillance--United

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Benjamin EM, Gershman M, Goldberg BW. Community-acquired invasive group A

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Bern C, Lew J, McFeeley P, Ing D, Ing RT, Glass RI. Diarrheal deaths in

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Biggar RJ, Taylor ME, Neel JV, Hjelle B, Levine PH, Black FL, Shaw GM, Sharp

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Bulkow LR, Wainwright RB, Letson GW, Chang SJ, Ward JI. Comparative

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Cortese MM, Goepp J, Almeido Hill J, Barlage C, Collins T, Hohenboken M, Reid

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Cortese MM, Wolff M, Almeido Hill J, Reid R, Ketcham J, Santosham M. High

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Crook LD, Tempest B. Plague. A clinical review of 27 cases. Arch Intern Med

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D'Angio CT, Froehlke RG, Plank GA, Meehan DJ, Aguilar CM, Lande MB, Hugar L.

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Davidson M, Braziel RM, Lairmore MD, Jacobson S, Sprott JM, Tucker SB, Levine

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Davidson M, Bulkow LR, Grabman J, Parkinson AJ, Chamblee C, Williams WW,

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Davidson M, Chamblee C, Campbell HG, Bulkow LR, Taylor GE, Lanier AP, Berner

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Davidson M, Letson GW, Ward JI, Ball A, Bulkow L, Christenson P, Cherry JD.

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Davidson M, Parkinson AJ, Bulkow LR, Fitzgerald MA, Peters HV, Parks DJ. The

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Fortuine R. Vaccination, the Tlingit, and a missionary's faith (1835-36).

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Fraser Lee NJ, Hessel PA. Acute respiratory infections in the Canadian Native

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Greenberg DP, Lieberman JM, Marcy SM, Wong VK, Partridge S, Chang SJ, Chiu CY,

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Helgerson SD, Johannes P, Beaver S, Hisnanick JJ. Immunization status of

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Hjelle B, Khabbaz RF, Conway GA, North C, Green D, Kaplan JE. Prevalence of

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Hutchins SS, Atkinson WL. Measles transmission, prevention, and control in

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Letson GW, Gellin BG, Bulkow LR, Parks DJ, Ward JI. Severity and frequency of

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Levine PH, Jacobson S, Elliott R, Cavallero A, Colclough G, Dorry C,

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McMahon BJ, Parkinson AJ, Bulkow L, Davidson M, Wainwright K, Wolfe P,

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Menon S, Santosham M, Reid R, Almeido-Hill J, Sack RB, Comstock GW. Rotavirus

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Morris K, Morgenlander M, Coulehan JL, Gahagen S, Arena VC, Morganlander M

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Moulton LH, Wolff MC, Brenneman G, Santosham M. Case-cohort analysis of

case-coverage studies of vaccine effectiveness. Am J Epidemiol 1995 Nov 1;

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Nicolle LE, Postl B, Urias B, Law B, Ling N. Group A streptococcal pharyngeal

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Nicolle LE, Postl B, Urias B, Ling N, Law B. Outcome following therapy of

group A streptococcal infection in schoolchildren in isolated northern

communities. Can J Public Health 1990 Nov-Dec;81(6):468-70. 



Parkinson AJ, Davidson M, Fitzgerald MA, Bulkow LR, Parks DJ. Serotype

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Streptococcus pneumoniae: Alaska 1986-1990. J Infect Dis 1994

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Pekeles GS, McDonald JC, Gyrokos TW, Alberton B, MacLean JD, Richer G, Juranek

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Petersen GM, Silimperi DR, Chiu CY, Ward JI. Effects of age, breast feeding,

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Picard FJ, King EE, Oger JJ, Rice GP, Dekaban GA. Molecular epidemiology of

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Plague--United States, 1992. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1992 Oct

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Reid R, Santosham M, Croll J, Thompson C, Newcomer W, Siber GR. Antibody

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Roberts JD, Poffenroth LA, Roos LL, Bebchuk JD, Carter AO. Monitoring

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Santosham M, Letson GW, Wolff M, Reid R, Gahagan S, Adams R, Callahan C, Sack

RB, Kapikian AZ. A field study of the safety and efficacy of two candidate

rotavirus vaccines in a Native American population. J Infect Dis 1991

Mar;163(3):483-7. 



Santosham M, Reid R, Letson GW, Wolff MC, Siber G. Passive immunization for

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Santosham M, Sack RB, Reid R, Black R, Croll J, Yolken R, Aurelian L, Wolff M,

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Santosham M, Wolff M, Reid R, Hohenboken M, Bateman M, Goepp J, Cortese M,

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Siber GR, Santosham M, Reid GR, Thompson C, Almeido-Hill J, Morell A, deLange

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Singleton R. Haemophilus influenza type B infections in the Yukon Kuskokwim

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Singleton RJ, Davidson NM, Desmet IJ, Berner JE, Wainwright RB, Bulkow LR,

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Singleton RJ, Petersen KM, Berner JE, Schulte E, Chiu K, Lilly CM, Hughes EA,

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Takala AK, Santosham M, Almeido Hill J, Wolff M, Newcomer W, Reid R, Kayhty H,

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Thomson M. Otitis media. How are First Nations children affected? Can Fam

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Tuttle J, Welty TK, Tauxe RV. Shigellosis: treatment and prevention in Native

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van Alphen L, Bijlmer HA. Molecular epidemiology of Haemophilus influenzae

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Wainwright RB. The US Arctic Investigations Program: infectious disease

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Clay JA, et al. Secondary disabilities among American Indians in Montana.

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     Maternal Health



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          - Other



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Petersen GM, Silimperi DR, Chiu CY, Ward JI. Effects of age, breast feeding,

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Remez L. Infant mortality on an Oregon Indian reservation is almost three

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Bar-Cohen A. A state and community partnership in developing a breast and

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Barney DD. Profiles of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian

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Becker TM, Wheeler CM, McPherson RS, Kratochvil A, Parmenter CA, North CQ,

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Bird ME, Callaghan MP, Henley E. Women's Wellness Consumer Forum. IHS Primary

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Braveheart-Jordan M, DeBruyn L. So she may walk in balance: integrating the

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Buck MM, Gottlieb LN. The meaning of time: Mohawk women at midlife. Health

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Buckley DI, McPherson RS, North CQ, Becker TM. Dietary micronutrients and

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Charles MA, Pettitt DJ, McCance DR, Hanson RL, Bennett PH, Knowler WC.

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Daniels A, Steinhart J. Increasing breast and cervical cancer screening: one

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Diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance in women aged 20-39 years. World

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Dignan M, Michielutte R, Blinson K, Sharp P, Wells HB, Sands E. Cervical

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