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Indigenous Trauma and Resilience Research Center COBRE Pilot Project at UND Sponsored by National Institutes of Health (NIH) 2023-2025

Project Name: “Social Determinants of Indigenous Prenatal Drug Use: Trauma and Resilience”

PI: June-Yung Kim

Co-PI: Wendelin Hume

The study uses an explanatory design investigation that involves a qualitative literature synthesis and quantitative secondary data analysis to delineate constructs of trauma and resilience across the social determinants of health domains associated with prenatal drug use among Native American women. This pilot study is a sub-award funded through Indigenous Trauma & Resilience Research Center by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health (NIGMS/NIH) 1P20GM139759. The overarching goal of this pilot study is to provide culturally competent knowledge of social determinants of prenatal drug use unique to Native American women through strengthened ability to interpret the findings generated from both qualitative literature synthesis and quantitative secondary analysis.

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