Month: October 2020

Strong Men, Strong Communities:

Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial of a Diabetes Prevention Intervention for American Indian and Alaska Native Men American Journal of Men’s Health, July-August 2020 Ka’imi Sinclair, PhD, PMH; Cara Carty, PhD; Kelly Gonzales, PhD, MPH; Cassandra Nikolaus, PhD; Lucas Gillespie, BA; and Dedra Buchwald, MD Abstract Type 2 diabetes is a serious global epidemic […]

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Implementation outcomes …

…of a culturally adapted diabetes self-management education intervention for Native Hawaiians and Pacific islanders Kaʻimi A. Sinclair, Anna Zamora-Kapoor, Claire Townsend-Ing, Pearl A. McElfish & Joseph Keaweʻaimoku Kaholokula BMC Public Health volume 20, Article number: 1579 (2020) Background Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) experience a disproportionate burden of type 2 diabetes and related complications. Although diabetes self-management education and […]

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An Intersectional Mixed Methods Approach to Understand American Indian Men’s Health

International Journal of Men’s Social and Community Healthpublished Sept. 8, 2020 Author for Correspondence: Ka’imi Sinclair, kaimi.sinclair@wsu.edu Abstract This study used a parallel, convergent, mixed-methods design with TribalCrit theory and intersectionality as analytical frameworks to identify how the identities of American Indian men intersect with broader structures and systems in shaping their eating and physical […]

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