Addressing Depression among American Indians and Alaska Natives: A Literature Review

Search for both academic and grey literature yielded 79 pertinent sources. Results arranged under eight common themes: focusing on family and community, incorporating traditional knowledge and practices, emphasizing active skills building, integration of prevention and care systems, cultural competency, flexible provider-client/patient relationships and treatment approaches, implementing changes to affect surrounding conditions, and adequate funding to improve health care and economic opportunities.
Author/Creator
Megan Fairweather
Julie Loughran
Caleb Dunlap
Emma Strick
Emma Robson
Contributor/Editor
Urban Indian Health Institute, Seattle Indian Health Board
Open Access
Yes
Primary Source
No
Publisher
Urban Indian Health Institute, Seattle Indian Health Board
Publication Date
2012-08
Location
Resource Type
E-Books -- Documents & Presentations
Format
Text -- PDF
Language
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