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Supported living has been described as an approach that contributes to higher lifestyle quality. We compared supported living and traditional residential support. Twenty supported living participants were matched with 20 participants receiving traditional support. Results indicated that participants receiving supported living services were more likely to be(More)
PURPOSE The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is of particular importance in American Indian/Alaska Native women because of the higher rate of cervical cancer incidence compared to non-Hispanic white women. To better understand HPV vaccine knowledge, attitudes, and practices among providers working with American Indian/Alaska Native populations, we(More)
Hanging by a Thread: Natural Metallic Mordant Processes in Traditional Indonesian Textiles. Despite the availability of synthetic dyes and the impact of significant religious, social, and economic change, textile weavers in more remote areas of Indonesia continue naturally dyed textile production as a living tradition. This paper documents mordant plants in(More)
Parents regularly seek advice from their health visitor about how to cope with their child's difficult behaviour. Often the health visitor feels she has nothing constructive to offer, writes Norma Angeli et al. Here they describe how one team of health visitors introduced the STEP positive parenting programme, devised in the US, successfully to help parents(More)
Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNMs) and Obstetrician-Gynecologists (OBGs) have a long history of successful collaborative practice serving Native American women from the 1960s. CNMs provide holistic, patient-centered care focusing on normal pregnancy and childbirth. OBGs support CNMs with consultation services focusing on complications during pregnancy and(More)
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