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Opportunities to Support Optimal Health for Children in Medicaid Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic.



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A Theoretically Based Analysis of Twitter Conversations about Trauma and Mental Health: Examining Responses to Storylines on the Television Show Queen Sugar.



The Potential of Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy for Treating Trauma in Australian Aboriginal Peoples


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The role of parental negative world assumptions in the intergenerational transmission of war trauma



Mothering, Substance Use Disorders and Intergenerational Trauma Transmission: An Attachment-Based Perspective



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An ecological model of drug and alcohol use and related harms among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A systematic review of the literature



I’taamohkanoohsin (everyone comes together): (Re)connecting Indigenous people experiencing homelessness and addiction to their Blackfoot ways of knowing.


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The Cedar Project: Relationship between child apprehension and attempted suicide among young Indigenous mothers impacted by substance use in two Canadian cities



Readiness to deliver person‐focused care in a fragile situation: the case of Mental Health Services in Lebanon


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Aboriginal crossover children’s characteristics, service needs and service responses: The views of Australian key stakeholders



Who Was John Sampson Really Protecting?



Introduction:: Aboriginal Youth in the Northern Territory: Disadvantage, Control and Hope



Racism and oral health inequities among Indigenous Australians.



A global perspective of Indigenous child health research: a systematic review of longitudinal studies.



Addressing Intergenerational Trauma in an Adolescent Reunification Program: Case Studies Illustrating Service Innovation



An environmental scan of impacts and interventions for women with methamphetamine use in pregnancy and their children



The maternal health study: Study design update for a prospective cohort of first-time mothers and their firstborn children from birth to age ten.


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Practice learnings from the Psychologist Integration into Primary Health Care Pilot Program on the Tiwi Islands, Northern territory


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The socio-ecology of childcare in Apartheid South Africa: Retrospective experiences of a sample of caregivers


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Bordering politics of Latina/o/x mental health: discourse of family separation and intergenerational transmission of trauma



Integrating Trauma and Violence Informed Care in Primary Health Care Settings for First Nations Women Experiencing Violence: A Systematic Review.



Associations Between Emotion Dysregulation Dimensions and Parenting Behaviors in Trauma-Exposed African American Mothers.



A study protocol for a quasi-experimental community trial evaluating the integration of indigenous healing practices and a harm reduction approach with principles of seeking safety in an indigenous residential treatment program in Northern Ontario



What do you mean by engagement? – evaluating the use of community engagement in the design and implementation of chronic disease-based interventions for Indigenous populations – scoping review



Patterns of child protection service involvement by Aboriginal children associated with a higher risk of self-harm in adolescence: A retrospective population cohort study using linked administrative data.



Using Theories of Posttraumatic Stress to Inform Perinatal Care Clinician Responses to Trauma Reactions.



Dah Dzāhge Nodesidē/We Are Speaking Our Language Again



Stress and Cardiometabolic Disease Risk for Indigenous Populations throughout the Lifespan


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Talking Back to the Research: Indigenous Wellbeing and Resilience Narratives from Urban Australia


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Social and emotional wellbeing of indigenous gender and sexuality diverse youth: mapping the evidence.



“We Are Not Stray Leaves Blowing About In The Wind”: Summing Up The Impact of Family Wellbeing Empowerment Research, 1998-2021



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Interacting With the Child Protection Service


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Respiratory medicine in Nunavut and Northern Canada



Adoption of Trauma Sensitive Practices in NYC Elementary-Level Community Schools


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Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma



Exploring the experiences and needs of homeless aboriginal and torres strait islander peoples with neurocognitive disability



Healing The Past By Nurturing The Future: A qualitative systematic review and meta-synthesis of pregnancy, birth and early postpartum experiences and views of parents with a history of childhood maltreatment



An Attachment-Informed Approach to Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



A large proportion of poor birth outcomes among Aboriginal Western Australians are attributable to smoking, alcohol and substance misuse, and assault



Preferences for Different Representations of Colonial History in a Canadian Urban Indigenous Community



What factors are associated with resilient outcomes in children exposed to social adversity? A systematic review



Reconciliation, Resistance, and Biskaabiiyang: Re-imagining Canadian Residential Schools in Indigenous Speculative Fictions



Deficit-Based Indigenous Health Research and the Stereotyping of Indigenous Peoples



Protective factors that buffer against the intergenerational transmission of trauma from mothers to young children: A replication study of angels in the nursery.


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Giving Voice to Silence: Empowerment and Disempowerment in the Developmental Shift from Trauma ‘Victim’ to ‘Survivor-Advocate’



Exploring the Experiences and Needs of Homeless Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples with Neurocognitive and Complex Disability



Future Research: Global Implications



Preventing intergenerational trauma transmission: A critical interpretive synthesis.



Factors influencing smoking among Indigenous adolescents aged 1024 years living in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States: A systematic review.



Depression, cardiovascular disease and indigenous Australians



Understanding the Australian Aboriginal experience of collective, historical and intergenerational trauma



Understanding Trauma and Child Maltreatment Experienced in Indigenous Communities


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Pregnancy as an Opportunity for Trauma-Intervention Among Women Who Are Addicted to Substances



The biological impacts of Indigenous residential school attendance on the next generation



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Thinking differently: Re‐framing family violence responsiveness in the mental health and addictions health care context



The Fractured World of Leonard Cohen


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THE SQUARE AND THE CROSS: DISCUSSION OF “MUTUAL EMPATHY: IMAGINED SYMBOL AND REALIZATION IN THE TREATMENT OF TRAUMA” BY SARAH PILLSBURY



Holistic Conceptualizations of Health by Incarcerated Aboriginal Women in New South Wales, Australia



Cultural Humility for People of Color: Critique of Current Theory and Practice



In the shadow of Apartheid: intergenerational transmission of Black parental trauma as it emerges in the analytical space of inter-racial subjectivities



A large proportion of poor birth outcomes among Aboriginal Western Australians are attributable to smoking, alcohol and substance misuse, and assault


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