Publications

2017

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.

2016

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.
http://analoggamestudies.org/2016/03/indigenous-board-game-design-in-the-gift-of-food/

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. 

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. 

2014

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. 

2013

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. 

2012

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.