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Native Elder Research Center


Alvord, Lori A., and Elizabeth Cohen Van Pelt, “The Scalpel and the Silver Bear: The First Navajo Women Surgeon Combines Western Medicine and Traditional Healing”, Bantam Books, copyright June, 1999. 

Alvord, Lori A., “Full Circle” a chapter in “First Person, First Peoples” edited by Andrew Garrod and Colleen Larimore, Cornell Univ. Press, 1997. (profiles of successful Native American Alumni of Dartmouth College).

Alvord, Lori A., “Native American Medical Students”, a contributing chapter to “Taking My Place in Medical School”, Carmen Webb, editor,copyright 2000 by Sage Publications, Inc.. Barfield WD, Wampler NS, Wise PH. Racial equity in neonatal resuscitation: evidence from first day mortality. Pediatric Research, 1995:37(4);249A:1479.

Barfield WD, Wampler NS, Wise PH. Mandated non-resuscitation: racial discrimination against premature Black infants? Pediatric Research, 1995:37(4);249A:1480.

Brown, D. K., Goins, R. T., Briggs, R. (under review). Long-term care in rural West Virginia:  managed care and future roles for the aging network. Journal of Rural Health.

Conroy, B., (1996). Neuropathologic Alterations in hSOD-1 Transgenic Mice. A Light Microscopy and Ultrastructural Analysis of Cholinergic Neurdegeneration. Masters Thesis, University of California-Riverside. 

Doescher MP, Franks P, Rhoades DA. Environmental tobacco smoke in thehousehold and total mortality: the National Medical Expenditure Survey Cohort. In preparation.

Garroutte, E., (2002). Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America.University of California. 

Garroutte, E. 2002. "The Positivist Attack On Baconian Science And Religious Knowledge ." In The Secular Revolution: Power, Interests, and Conflict in the Secularization of American Public Life, Christian Smith (ed.),  University of California Press.

Garroutte, E. Fall 2001 (in press). "American Indian Identity and American Law." American Indian Quarterly.

Garroutte, E., (1999). American Indian Science Education: The Second Step. American Indian Culture and Research Journal.

Garroutte, E. 1999. “Getting Serious about ‘Interrogating Representation: An ‘Indigenous Turn.’” Social Studies of Science 29, 5 (October): 589-600.

Garroutte, E., (1999). The Indian. In: T. & S. Pendergast (Eds.), The St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, 5 volumes. Farmington Hills, Michigan: St. James Press. 

Garroutte, E., (1992). When Scientists Saw Ghosts and Why They Stopped: American Spiritualism in History. In: R. Wuthnow (Ed.), Vocabularies of Public Life.London and New York: Allen and Hyman. 

Garroutte, E., (1992). American Indian Education and the Ideology of Western Science. 1991-1992 Proceedings, Woodland Conference. Muncie, Indiana: Minnetrista Cultural Center and Ball State University. 

Garroutte, E., (1989). Review of Spiritual Choices, by Dick Anthony. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (March): 95. 

Goins, R.T. & Leak, S. C. Supply and utilization of community-based long term care services in North Carolina:  A county level analysis.  (November 1999).  Occasional Policy Paper.  No.11, Duke Long-Term Care Resources Program, Duke University Medical Center.

Goins, R.T., & Mittchell, J. (1999).  Health-related quality of life:  Does rurality matter?  Journal of Rural Health, 15(2), 148-155.

Goins, R.T., Hays, J.C., Landerman, L.R. & J. Hobbs. (in press).  Access to health care and self-rated among community-dwelling older adults.  Journal of Applied Gerontology.

Goins, R.T. & Hobbs, G. (in press).  Distribution and utilization of home and community-based long-term care in North Carolina.  Journal of Aging and Social Policy.

Goins, R.T. (1999). Information breif on disease prevention and the impact of medical technology on older people.  West Virginia Governor's Summit on Aging.

Goins, R.T. (1999).  Information brief on rural Appalachian elderly.  West Virginia Governor's Summit on Aging.

Goins, R.T., Kategile, U., Dudley, K. (under revision).  Telemedicine, rural America, and implementation issues.  Journal of Aging and Social Policy.

Goins, R.T., Hennessy, C., Denny, C., & Buchwald, D. (under review).  Comorbidity and Health-Related Quality of Ling among Older American Indians and Alaska Natives and Non-American Indians and Alaska Natives:  A Comparative Study.  Journal of Aging and Health.

Goins, R. T. (1997). Health-Related Quality of Life: Effects of Individual Characteristics and Rural Residence. Doctoral dissertation, University of Massachusetts Boston. Available from Dissertation Abstracts International. (University Microfilms). 

Goins, R. T. (December, 1994). Access to Health Care: Differences Between Rural and Urban Older Adults . Unpublished master's thesis, University of Massachusetts Boston. 

Goldstein RD. Wampler NS. Wise PH. War experiences and distress symptoms of Bosnian children. Pediatrics. 100(5):873-8, 1997 Nov.

Hamvas A, Wise PH, Yang RK, Wampler NS, et al. The influence of the wider use of surfactant therapy on neonatal mortality among Blacks and Whites. N Engl J Med;334:1635-40, 1996 Jun 20.

Henderson, J. (1992). Preserving the Circle. In E. Haller & L. Aitken (Eds.), Mashkiki: Old Medicine Nourishing the New. Lanham, MD: United Press of America. 

Henderson, J. (1991). Native American Health Policy: From US Territorial Expansion to Legal Obligation. Journal of American Medical Association, 265(17), 2272-2273. 

Henderson PN, Rhoades DA, Henderson JA, Welty TK, Buchwald D. Smoking cessation and its determinants among older American Indians: the Strong Heart Study. In submission.

Howard BV, Lee ET, Cowan LD, Go O, Robbins DC, Rhoades DA, et al. LDL cholesterol is a strong predictor of coronary heart disease in diabetic individuals with insulin resistance and low LDL. Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 2000;20:830-835.

Kempe A, Wise PH, Wampler NS, et al. Risk status at discharge and etiology of death for postneonatal infant deaths--a total population study. Pediatrics. 99(3):338-44, 1997 Mar.

Lee ET, Welty TK, Cowan LD, Rhoades DA, Devereux R, Go O, et al. Incidence of diabetes mellitus and impaired glucose tolerance in three American Indian populations. In submission.

Moss, M. (2001). Idiwanawa: The social and physical location of Zuni elders in ‘the Middle Place’ and its implications for aging. (in review). The Gerontologist.

Moss, M. (2001). Adult day care as a viable eldercare model for Indian Country. The IHS Primary Care Provider, (26) 5. p. 71-73.

Moss, M. (2000). Zuni Elders: Ethnography of American Indian Aging. Dissertation. University of Texas-Houston, HSC, Houston, Texas.

Moss, M. (1998). Issue Paper: Alzheimer's Disease- Prevalence and Gaps in Care in Texas. Submitted to the Texas Alzheimer's Association.

Moss, M. (1996). Geriatric Leadership Project. Unpublished monograph- In Library at National Resource Center on Native American Aging, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

Moss, M. (1996). Age-Specific Geriatric Teaching, Unpublished Masters Thesis-University of Phoenix, Albuquerque, New Mexico  

Patrick, J. H., Goins, R. T., & Brown, D. K. (under review). Predictors of self-rated health among rural adults: A within-group examination. Research on Aging.

Patrick, J. H., Goins, R. T., & Johnson, J. C. (under review). Two are better than one: Factoranalytic distinction and age invariance of optimism and pessimism. Psychology and Aging.

Powers WF and Wampler NS. Further defining the risks confronting twins. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 175(6):1522-8, 1996 Dec.

Rhoades, D.A., Rhoades E.R., Welty, T.K.  The rise of Cardiovascular Disease.  In: Rhoades E.R., ed.  American Indian Health:  Innocations in Health Care, Promotion, and Policy.  Baltimore, MD:  The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000:151-178.

Rhoades DA, Rhoades ER, Jones CM, Collins RJ. Tobacco Use. In: Rhoades ER, ed. American Indian Health. Innovations in Health Care, Promotion, and Policy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000:299-310.

Rhoades DA, D'Angelo AJ, Rhoades ER. Data Sources and Subsets of the Indian Population. In: Rhoades ER, ed. American Indian Health. Innovations in Health Care, Promotion, and Policy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000:93-100.

Rhoades ER, Rhoades DA, Freeman W. Research Ethics and the American Indian. In: Rhoades ER, ed. American Indian Health. Innovations in Health Care, Promotion, and Policy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000:426-433.

Rhoades ER, Rhoades DA. Traditional Indian and Modern Western Medicine. In: Rhoades ER, ed. American Indian Health. Innovations in Health Care, Promotion, and Policy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000:401-417.

Rhoades, D.A., Latza, U., & Mueller, B.A. (1999). Risk factors and outcomes associated with nuchal cord: a population-based study.  Journal of Reproductive Medicine; (44),39-45.

Rhoades, D.A. (1996). Cultural Factors and Health Services for American Indians and Alaskan Natives: An Epidemiologic Perspective (Thesis, Master of Public Health). 

Rhoades, D.A. (1992). Cocaine: an overview. Peerteaching syllabus. University of Colorado Denver, Department of Internal Medicine, Denver, CO. 

Rhoades, D.A., Rhoades, E.R., & Welty, T. (in preparation). Cardiovascular disease. In E.R. Rhoades (Ed.), The Health of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press. 

Rhoades, D.A., Brenneman, G., & Rhoades, E.R. (in preparation). Health status and clinical indicators. In E. R. Rhoades (Ed.), The Health of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. 

Rhoades, D.A., Kobayashi, J., Sugarman, J., & Goldoft, M. (in preparation). Acute viral hepatitis among American Indians and Alaskan Natives in Washington State, 1992-1994. 

Rhoades DA, Buchwald D, Roubideaux Y. Diabbetes care for urban American Indian elders. In preparation.

Rhoades DA, Doescher MP. Five-year mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives, 1987-1992. In preparation.

Rhoades DA, Buchwald D. Hypertension among older urban Native American primary care patients: Prevalence, comorbidity, underdiagnosis, and quality of care. In preparation.

Roubideaux, Y., (1999). Cross-Cultural Aspects of Mental Illness and Culture-Bound Illnesses. In J.M. Galloway, B.W. Goldberg, J.S. Alpert (Eds.), Primary Care of Native American Patients: Diagnosis, Therapy, and Epidemiology. Butterworth Heinemann. 

Roubideaux, Y., Moore K., Avery C., Muneta B., Knight M., Buchwald D. Developing Diabetes Education Materials: Recommendations from Tribal Leaders, Indian Health Professionals, and American Indian Community Members. Accepted for publication in The Diabetes Educator, spring 2000. 

Roubideaux, Y., Buchwald D., Middlebrook D., Manson S., Muneta B., Rith-Najarian S., Shields R., Acton k. (in preparation). Measuring the Quality of Diabetes Care for American Indian Elders. 

Sachs BP, Fretts RC, Gardner R, Hellerstein S, Wampler NS, Wise PH. The impact of extreme prematurity and congenital anomalies on the interpretation of international comparisons of infant mortality. Obstet Gynecol 1995;85(6):941-6.

Scuderi P., Nez P.A., Duerr M.L., Wong B.J., Valdez C.M. (1991). Cathepsin-G and leukocyte elastase inactivate human necrosis factor an lymphotoxin.Cellular Immunology 1991 July; 135(2):
299-313. 

Stuart SA. Simpson TI. Alvord LA. Williams MD. Routine intraoperative laparoscopic cholangiography. American Journal of Surgery. 176(6):632-7, 1998 Dec.

Winzerling JJ, Nez P, Porath J, Law JH. (1995). Rapid and efficient isolations of transferrin and ferritin from Manduca sexta. Insect Biochemistry Molecular Biology 1995 Feb; 25(2):217-24. 

Wise PH, Wampler NS, Barfield WD. The importance of extreme prematurity and low birth weight to US neonatal mortality patterns: implications for prenatal care and women’s health. The Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association;50(5):152-5, 1995 Sep-Oct.

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