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Open access articles authored by members of the University of Minnesota community. See the University of Minnesota Open Access Policy for Scholarly Articles that went into effect January 2015.


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The Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies: Reducing disparities through Indigenous social work education

Haight, Wendy; Waubanascum, Cary, B.; Glesener, David; Day, Priscilla; Bussey, Brenda; Nichols, Karen (Children and Youth Services Review, 2019-02-28)
This research addresses one of the most pressing and controversial issues facing child welfare policymakers and practitioners today: the dramatic overrepresentation of Indigenous families in North American public ...

Publishing an Online Research Review: Engaging University and Community Authors in Communication About Research

Michaels, Cari, C (Journal of Extension, 2020-06)
Extension professionals need easy access to published research and the means to translate it in meaningful ways. They also aim to engage community partners in applying research findings. The Children's Mental Health eReview ...

Who Stays, Who Goes, Who Knows? A State-Wide Survey of Child Welfare Workers

Griffiths, Austin; Royse, David; Culver, Kaylee; Piescher, Kristine; Zhang, Yanchen (Child and Family Services Review, 2017-01)
Child welfare workforce turnover remains a significant problem with dire consequences. Designed to assist in its retention efforts, an agency supported state-wide survey was employed to capture worker feedback and insight ...

Healthcare providers' perspectives on parental health literacy and child health outcomes among Southeast Asian American immigrants and refugees

Khuu, Belle, P. (Elsevier Ltd., 2016-06-08)
Lowhealth literacy has emerged as an important area of research because of its close linkwith health disparities. In this study, we used a qualitative approach to investigate healthcare providers' perspectives on the ...

Health Literacy and Associated Factors Among Hmong American Immigrants: Addressing the Health Disparities

Khuu, Belle, P (Springer, 2017-05-20)
Hmong Americans face a disproportionate health burden ranging from the high prevalence of diabetes to depressive disorders. Little research attention has been paid toward exploring contributing factors to this disparity. ...

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