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Diné (Navajo) Healer Perspectives on Commercial Tobacco Use in Ceremonial Settings: An Oral Story Project to Promote Smoke-free Life

Description
Presents a study discussing the role of American Indian (AI) healers in defining the ceremonial uses of tobacco in opposition to the regular use of commercial tobacco products in AI communities. Aims to shape culturally competent tobacco-free policies.
Author(s)
Jamie Wilson, Samantha Sabo, Carmenlita Chief, et al.
Citation
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 26(1), 63-78
Date
2019
Type
Document
Tagged as
American Indian or Alaska Native · Cultural competency · Public health · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention