Samantha Hurst

1Philip Lau
1Jude Mikal
1Rufus Akinyemi
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American Indians are at high risk for exposure to violence and other traumatic events, yet few studies have investigated posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or its neurobiological consequences in Indian communities. In the present study, a sample of American Indians (n = 146) were given a structured diagnostic interview that additionally indexed traumatic(More)
BACKGROUND Recently, significant research effort has focused on using Twitter (and other social media) to investigate mental health at the population-level. While there has been influential work in developing ethical guidelines for Internet discussion forum-based research in public health, there is currently limited work focused on addressing ethical(More)
  • Samantha Hurst, Oyedunni S. Arulogun, ayowa O. Owolabi, Rufus Akinyemi, Ezinne Uvere, Stephanie Warth +1 other
  • 2015
Qualitative methods are becoming widely used and increasingly accepted in biomedical research involving teams formed by experts from developing and developed practice environments. Resources are rare in offering guidance on how to surmount challenges of team integration and resolution of complicated logistical issues in a global setting. In this article we(More)
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