Johnson-Jennings, M., Little, M., Walters, K. And [They] Even Followed Her Into the Hospital: Primary Care Providers’ Attitudes Toward Referral for Traditional Healing Practices and Integrating Care for Indigenous Patients. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. 2017; 1-9.


Walters, K., Simoni, J., Evans-Campbell, T., Udell, W., Johnson-Jennings, M., Pearson, C., MacDonald, M., Duran, B. Mentoring the Mentors of Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Minorities Who Are Conducting HIV Research: Beyond Cultural Competency. Aids and Behavior. 2016; 20; 288-293.

*Schultz, K., Walters, K., Eeltran, R., +Stroud, S., Johnson-Jennings, M. I’m Stronger than I thought: Native women reconnecting to body, health, and place. Health and Place. 2016; 40; 21-28. 

*Aaronson, B., Johnson-Jennings, M., *Smith, R., *Kading, M., & Walls, M. Mental health service and provider preference among American Indians with type 2 diabetes. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. 2016.

LaPensée, Elizabeth. “Indigenous Board Game Design in The Gift of Food.” Analog Game Studies 3.2 (2016). Web.

2015 Presentations

LaPensée, Elizabeth. “Gameplay for Living Medicinal Plant Knowledge.” Traditional Teachings Today Workshop. Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Cloquet, MN. Friday, December 11, 2015. 


Johnson-Jennings, M., Tarraf, W., & Gonzalez, H. The Healing Relationship in Indigenous Patients' Pain Care: Racial Concordance and health providers assessment of chronic pain among Indigenous patients. International Journal of Indigenous Health. 2015; 10(2): 33-50.

Tabak,R.,*Racette, S.B., Sinclair, K., Brownson, R., Johnson-Jennings, M., Baumann, A., Sebert Kuhlmann, A. A review of Diabetes Prevention Program translations: use of cultural adaptation and implementation research. Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy and Research. 2015; 5(4); 401-414. doi 10.1007/s131442-015-0341-0 

Thompson, V., Johnson-Jennings, M., Bauman, A., Proctor. E. Use of Culturally Focused Theoretical Frameworks for Adapting Diabetes Prevention Programs: A Qualitative Review. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2015; 12:E60. doi: 10.5888/pcd12.140421. 


Johnson-Jennings, M., Belcourt, A., *Town, M.,Walls, M., Walters, K. Racial discrimination’s influence on smoking rates among American Indian Alaska Native two spirit individuals: does pain play a role? Journal of health care for the poor and underserved. 2014; 25(4); 1667-1678. 

JohnsonJennings, MD, Tarraf, W., *Hill, K., & Gonzalez, H. United States colorectal cancer screening practices among American Indians/Alaska Natives, blacks, and non‐Hispanic whites in the new millennium (2001 to 2010). Cancer, 2014;120(20); 3192–3299. 
Editorial Highlight of Above Article Lynch, Patrick M. Colorectal cancer screening in the American Indian/Alaska Native population: Progress and at least one new challenge. Cancer (2014). 

Walls, M., *Aronson, B., *Soper, G., & Johnson-Jennings, M. The Prevalence and Correlates of Mental and Emotional Health Among American Indian Adults With Type 2 Diabetes. The Diabetes Educator. 2014; 40(3); 319-328. 


Eitle, T., & Johnson-Jennings, M., Eitle, D. Family structure and adolescent alcohol use problems: Extending popular explanations to American Indians. Social Science Research. 2013; 42(6); 1467-1479.  

Gonzalez, H., Tarraf, W. Fischer, G., Bowen, E., Johnson-Jennings, M., What Do Parents Have To Do With My Cognitive Reserve? Life Course Perspectives on Twelve-Year Cognitive Decline.  Neuroepidemiology. 2013; 41(2); 101-109. 

Eitle, T; Eitle, D; & Johnson-Jennings, M. General Strain Theory and Substance Use Among American Indian Adolescents. Race and Justice. 2013; 3(1); 3-30. 


Miranda, P.; Johnson-Jennings, M.; Tarref, W.; Gonzalez, P.; Vega, W., Gonzalez, H. Using colorectal trends in the U.S. to identify unmet primary care needs of vulnerable populations. Preventive Medicine. 2012; 55(2); 131-136 

Miranda, P; Tarref, W.; Gonzalez, P.; Johnson-Jennings, M., Gonzalez, H. Breast cancer screening trends in the United States and ethnicity. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers Prevention.  2012; 21(2); 351-357.  

Thompson, M., Johnson-Jennings, M. & *Nitzarim, R. Native American Undergraduate Students’ Persistence Intentions: A Psychosociocultural Perspective. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 2013; 19(2); 218-228. 

2001 - 2011

Whitbeck, Les; Walls, Melissa; Johnson, Kurt; Morrisseau, Allan; McDougall, Cindy. (2009). Depressed Affect and Historical Losses among North American Indigenous Adolescents. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research The Journal of the National Center 16(3).

Wampold, Bruce; Imel, Zachary; Bhati, Kuldir; Johnson-Jennings, Michelle. (2006) Insight as a common factor. In L.G. Constanguay & C.E. Hill (eds). Insight in Psychotherapy. Washington, DC: APA books. p. 119-139.

Johnson, Michelle Dawn. (2001). The importance of community education. Winds of Change 16(1): 30-23.