Practicing Tribal Sovereignty Through a Tribal Health Policy: Implementation of the Healthy Diné Nation Act on the Navajo Nation
Examines the Healthy Diné Nation Act (HDNA) which was passed by the Navajo Nation in 2014 to support health and wellness in tribal communities. Analyzes the process, implementation, and evaluation of the HDNA to understand its impact on public health policy. Includes historical information about the Navajo nation as well as diabetes data and HDNA funding amounts for specific Navajo chapters.
Regina Eddie, Caleigh Curley, Del Yazzie, et al.
Preventing Chronic Disease, 19
American Indian or Alaska Native · Diabetes · Food security and nutrition · Funding · Policy · Public health · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention