J Evid Based Soc Work. Such understandings reorder the primary or proximate outcomes of suicide prevention efforts. Casey Foundation report discusses critical issues facing Native American families living in urban centers. This way of thinking about the power of language is not often considered in scientific inquiry or study design. Research partnerships between academic institutions and American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and organizations:
Advancing Suicide Prevention Research With Rural American Indian and Alaska Native Populations
Many Native Americans also find it necessary to move about in search of opportunities, but most remain well-connected to their tribes and families. Traditional teachings on respectful, cultural use of tobacco may help youth distinguish traditional tobacco from commercial tobacco abuse and avoid the misuse of tobacco. NIDA editorial urges safer opioid prescribing practices for pregnant women. Review article outlines strategies to reduce opioid abuse risk. When a mysterious stranger is framed for a crime he did not commit, and Aunt Belle becomes involved, Kathryn must use all her resources to prove their innocence — and challenge the deep-seated beliefs of an entire community.
Passive e-cigarette exposure may urge young adults to smoke. Targeting delta opioid receptor may reduce pain without causing addiction. New opioid treatment resources for emergency department clinicians. Understanding the relationship between substance use and self-injury in American Indian youth. American Indian and Alaska Native mental health: Commercial tobacco product advertising and promotions entice far too many young people to start using commercial tobacco. Effects of marijuana — with and without alcohol — on driving performance.
Retrieved January 29, For more information, contact the NIDA press office at media nida. In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse. Gone wrote a short section of the article, provided extensive edits on an earlier draft, and added substantial perspectives regarding main arguments in the article. These kinds of studies will require an elaboration of constructs related to well-being and resilience, which is an essential counterbalance to suicide research in many Indigenous communities.