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Volume 9, 2000, Issues 1-3

Volume 9, Issue No. 1 (2000)
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Editorial: HIV and AIDS among American Indians and Alaska Natives, v-ix
Sally J. Stevens, PhD, and Antonio L. Estrada, PhD   

Alcohol as a Risk Factor for HIV Transmission among American Indian and Alaska Native Drug Users, 1-16 
Julie A. Baldwin, PhD, Carol J. C. Maxwell, PhD, Andrea M. Fenaughty, PhD, Robert T. Trotter, PhD, and Sally J. Stevens, PhD   

Unemployment, Drug Use, and HIV Risk among American Indian and Alaska Native Drug Users, 17-32
Grace L. Reynolds, MPA, Dennis G. Fisher, PhD, Antonio L. Estrada, PhD, and Robert Trotter, PhD 

HIV Drug and Sex Risk Behaviors among American Indian and Alaska Native Drug Users: Gender and Site Differences, 33-46
Sally J. Stevens, PhD, Antonio L. Estrada, PhD, and Barbara D. Estrada, MS  

Alaska Native Drug Users and Sexually Transmitted Disease: Results of a Five-Year Study, 47-57
Dennis G. Fisher, PhD, Andrea M. Fenaughty, PhD, David M. Paschane, MS, and Henry H. Cagle, BS

Volume 9, Issue No. 2 (2000)
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Patterns and Predictors of HIV Risk among Urban American Indians, 1-21
Karina L. Walters, PhD, Jane M. Somoni, PhD, and Curtis Harris, BA  

American Indians with HIV/AIDS: Health and Social Service Needs, Barriers to Care, and Satisfaction with Services among a Western Tribe, 22-35
Bonnie Duran, DrPH, Marc Bulterys, MD, PhD, Jon Iralu, MD, Cheryl Graham, BA, Ahmed Edwards, DOM, and Melvin Harrison, BA
The Ahalaya Case-Management Program for HIV-Infected American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians: Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of Impacts, 36-52
Paul D. Bouey, PhD, MPH, and Betty ES Druan, MSW  

Unmasking Dashkayah: Storytelling and HIV Prevention, 53-65
Terry Tafoya, PhD

Volume 9, Issue No. 3 (2000)
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Respondent Bias in the Collection of Alcohol and Tobacco Data in American Indians: The Strong Heart Study, 1-19
Kurt P. Schweigman, MPH, Richard R. Fabsitz, MA, Paul Sorlie, PhD, and Thomas K. Welty, MD, MPH
Recruitment of American Indians in Epidemiologic Research: The Strong Heart Study, 20-37
Martha L. Stoddart, MS, Betty Jarvis, RN, Beverly Blake, RN, FNP, Richard R. Fabsitz, MA, Barbara V. Howard, PhD, Elisa T. Lee, PhD, and Thomas K. Welty, MD  

Prenatal Alcohol Use among Urban American Indian/Alaska Native Women, 38-48
Lori L. Westphal, MA, MPH
Bicultural Resynthesis: Tailoring an Effectiveness Trial for a Group of Urban American Indian Women, 49-70
Linda Napholz, RN, PhD

Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health
Phone: 303-724-1414 • Fax: 303-724-1474
Street Address: 13055 E. 17th Ave. • Mailing Address: Mail Stop F800, Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building, 13055 E. 17th Ave., Aurora, CO 80045

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