Zuni Adolescent Suicide.

@inproceedings{Belgarde1988ZuniAS,
  title={Zuni Adolescent Suicide.},
  author={Mary Jiron Belgarde and Teresa Davis LaFromboise},
  year={1988}
}
This paper provides information regarding a joint curriculum project between Stanford University and the Pueblo of Zuni in New Mexico. The project is an outgrowth of the Stanford/Zuni Committee, a unique collaborative effort that is guarded by sensitivity to previous Indian research experiences and a commitment to useful consultation with the tribe. This report presents the epidemiology of Zuni suicide and notes that the suicide rate of Indian youth is three times that of white youth. Treatment… CONTINUE READING

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