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Sense of belonging as connectedness, American Indian worldview, and mental health.
  • D. L. Hill
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of psychiatric nursing
  • 1 October 2006
The concept of sense of belonging as connectedness is an abstract dimension of relatedness. Gaining an understanding of this concept within a cultural worldview has the potential to positively impactExpand
Relationship between sense of belonging as connectedness and suicide in American Indians.
  • D. L. Hill
  • Medicine
  • Archives of psychiatric nursing
  • 1 February 2009
The incidence of suicide in American Indians is highest of all ethnic populations. M. Naegle and C. D'Avanzo (2001) assert that suicide is often correlated with primary depression and substanceExpand
Staying Connected: Native American Women Faculty Members on Experiencing Success
Purpose To document how medical school faculty who are Native American women describe their sense of personal and professional success, so that mentoring can be better informed and diversityExpand
Providing Culturally Appropriate Education on Type 2 Diabetes to Rural American Indians: Emotions and Racial Consciousness.
Healthy and balanced emotions are an important aspect of well-being. Today, diabetes has a high prevalence in American Indian communities. Four Talking Circle facilitators were interviewed in aExpand
Structural characteristics of synthetic retinoids.
Publisher Summary The word retinoid is a general term that includes both the naturally occurring compounds with vitamin A activity and the synthetic analogs of retinol, with or without biologicalExpand