American Indian Health and Nursing

Editor: Moss, Margaret P.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

Single-User Purchase Price: $70.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $105.00
ISBN: 978-0-82-612984-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Nursing
Image Count: 76
Book Status: Available
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The text covers the history of American Indians with a focus on the drastic changes that occurred following European contact. The book addresses the roots of American Indian nursing, including coverage of indigenous knowledge and traditional approaches to health and healing.

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Table of Contents

    • Contributors
    • Preface
    • Acknowledgments
    • PART I: INDIGENOUS AMERICA
    • Preface
    • Overview Margaret P. Moss
    • Precontact Indigenous North America Theodore C. Van Alst, Jr.
    • Postcontact, Sovereignty, and Health Margaret P. Moss
    • The Roots of American Indian “Nursing” Margaret P. Moss
    • The Indian Health System and Nursing Ruth E. Meilstrup and Margaret P. Moss
    • Beyond the IHS: Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Approaches to Health and Healing S. Neyooxet Greymorning
    • PART II: NURSING IN THE 10 CULTURAL AREAS: REGIONAL AND TRIBAL ISSUES FOR NURSES
    • Preface
    • AI/AN Elders: Mapping Cultural Areas and Regional Variances in Health Margaret P. Moss
    • Northeastern Woodlands Marilynn Malerba
    • Southeastern Woodlands Lee Anne Nichols
    • American Indian Tribes of the Southwest Nicolle L. Gonzales
    • Great Basin Lillian Tom-Orme
    • California Indians Bette Jacobs
    • Pacific Northwest/Plateau C. June Strickland
    • Alaska Christopher M. Nelson
    • Northern Great Plains Margaret P. Moss and Donna M. Grandbois
    • Urban American Indians Lisa Martin and Margaret P. Moss
    • PART III: POLICY, THE FUTURE OF NURSING, AND INDIAN COUNTRY
    • Preface
    • Indian Health Funding: Time for Change Marilynn Malerba and Margaret P. Moss
    • The Future of Nursing Report and American Indian Nursing Education Margaret P. Moss
    • Appendix A: List of Federally Recognized Tribes
    • Appendix B: 66 State-Recognized Tribes
    • Appendix C: About the Authors