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ADOLESCENT

Hodge, F. (2014). American Indian male college students perception and knowldge of human papillomavirus (HPV). Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination, 5(222).

Itty, T.L., Hodge, F., Poitra, C.M. & Cardoza, B. (2011). HPV awareness among American Indian young adults: Implications for health education in adolescents. Journal of Cultural Diversity.

Hodge, F.S. (2002). American Indian and Alaska Native teen cigarette smoking: a review. In D.M. Burns, R.H. Amacher, & W. Ruppert (Eds.), Changing adolescent smoking prevalence: Where it is and why (Smoking and Tobacco Control Monograph No. 14, NIH Publication No. 02-5086, pp. 255-261). Bethesda, MD: U.S. DHHS.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Hodge, F.S., Nandy, K. (2011). Predictors of wellness and American Indians. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 22(3), 791-803.

Hodge, F.S. & Sinha, K. (2010). Safer sexual practices and HIV screening behavior among rural California American Indians. California Journal of Health Promotion, 8(1), 10-21. PMC3102512.

CANCER

Hodge, F., Maliski, S., Itty, T., Martinez, F. (2014). Colorectal cancer screening: the role of percieved susceptibility, risk and cultural illness beliefs among American Indians. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 21(2), 48-55.

Line Itty T, Hodge FS, Martinez F.  (2013). Shared and unshared barriers to cancer symptom management among urban and rural American Indians. Journal of Rural Health. DOI: 10.1111/jrh.12045

Hodge, F.S., Line, T., Cadogan, M. & Martinez, F. (2011). "Weaving balance into life": Development and cultural adaptation of a cancer symptom management toolkit for Southwest American Indians. Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice, 1(6), 182-188.

Johnson, S.R., Finifrock, D., Marshall, C.A., Jaakola, J., Setterquist, J., Burross, H.L. & Hodge, F.S. (2011). Cancer, employment, and American Indians: A participatory action research pilot study. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 54(3), 175-180.

Hodge, F.S. (2009). Breast cancer-screening behavior among rural California American Indian women. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 33(3), 35-42.

Hodge, F.S. & Casken, J. (2001). Pathways to healing: An American Indian breast-cancer education project. In C.E. Trafzer & D. Weiner (Eds.), Medicine ways: Disease, health, and survival among Native Americans, (pp. 185-198).  Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.

Hodge, F.S., Stubbs, H.A. & Fredericks, L. (1999). Talking circles: Increasing cancer knowledge among American Indian women. Cancer Research and Therapy, 8(1-2), 103-111.

Hodge, F.S., and Casken, J. (1999). American Indian breast cancer project: Educational development and implementation. American Indian Culture & Research Journal, 23(3), 113-118.

Hodge, F.S., Stubbs, H.A., Gurgin, V., & Fredericks, L. (1998). Cervical cancer screening: Knowledge, attitudes, and behavior of American Indian women. Cancer, 83(Suppl. 8), 1799-1804.

Hodge, F.S., Fredericks, L., & Rodriguez, B. (1996). American Indian women's talking circle: A cervical cancer screening and prevention project. Cancer, 78(Suppl.7), 1592-1597.

Bloom, J.R., Grazier, K., Hodge, F., & Hayes, W. (1991). Factors affecting the use of screening mammography among African American women. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 1(1), 75-82.

Bloom, J.R., Hayesf, W.A., Saunders, F., & Hodge, F. (1989). Physician induced and patient induced utilization of early cancer detection practices among Black Americans. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, 293, 279-296.

CARDIOVASCULAR

Struthers, R., Savik, K., & Hodge, F.S. (2004). American Indian women and cardiovascular disease: Response behaviors to chest pain. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 19(3), 158-163. PMC3106303.

COMMUNICATION

Hodge, F.S., Maliski, S., Cadogan, M., Itty, T.L., Cardoza, B. (2011).Learning how to ask: Reflections on engaging American Indian research participants. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 34(4), 22-90.

CULTURE & HEALING

Palacios, J.F., Salem, B., Hodge, F.S., Albarran, C.R., Anaebere, A. & Hayes-Bautista, M. (2014). Storytelling: a qualitative tool to promote health among vulnerable populations. Journal of Transcultural Nursing.

Hodge, F.S., Bellanger, P., Norman, C. (2011). Organ donation and transplantation: A dialogue with American Indian healers and Western health-care providers. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 35(3), 79-90.

Hodge, F. & Struthers, R. (2011). Review of lessons learned in research conducted in American Indian populations. APHA Monograph.

Hodge, F.S., Rodriguez, G., & Hodge, C.E. (2008). Health and disease of American Indian and Alaska Native populations: An overview. In M.V. Kline & R.M. Huff (Eds.), Health Promotion in Multicultural Populations: A Handbook for Practitioners and Students, 2nd Edition (pp. 355-374). Thousand Oaks, Ca: Sage Publications.

Strickland, C. J., Hodge, F.S., and Tom-Orme, L. (2008). Formative evaluation and community empowerment among American Indian/Alaska Natives. In L. Potvin, D. McQueen (eds.), Health Promotion Evaluation Practices in the Americas. (pp. 179-190). New York: Springer.  

Struthers R, Eschiti VS. (2005). Being healed by an indigenous traditional healer: Sacred healing stories of Native Americans. Part II. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 11(2), 78-86.

Struthers R, Eschiti VS, Patchell B. (2004). Traditional indigenous healing: Part I. Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery, 10(3), 141-149.

Struthers R, Nichols L.A. (2004). Utilization of complementary and alternative medicine among racial and ethnic minority populations: Implications for reducing health disparities. In J Fitzpatrick, AM Villarruel & CP Porter (Eds.), Annual review of nursing research: Eliminating health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities in the United States (Vol. 22, pp. 285-313). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Struthers R, Eschiti V.S. (2004). The experience of indigenous traditional healing and cancer. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 3(1), 13-23.

Struthers R, Lowe J. (2003). Nursing in the Native American culture and historical trauma. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 24(3), 257-272.

Hodge, F.S., Pasqua, A., Marquez, C.A., & Geishirt-Cantrell, B. (2002). Utilizing traditional storytelling to promote wellness in American Indian communities. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 13(1), 6-11. PMC3098048.

Struthers R. (2002). Storytelling as a healing tool. In M Snyder & R Lindquist (Eds.), Complementary/alternative therapies in nursing(4th ed., pp. 124-134). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Wendler M.C., Struthers R. (2002). Bridging culture on-line: Strategies for teaching cultural sensitivity. Journal of Professional Nursing, 18(6), 320-327.

Hodge, F. (2001). Editor's commentary. Wicazo Sa Review, 16(1), 5-7.

Hodge, F. (2001). Contemporary U.S. Indian health care. In D. Champagne (Ed.), The Native North American almanac (2nd ed., pp. 937-947). Washington, DC: Gale Research, Inc.

Lowe J, Struthers R. (2001). A conceptual framework of nursing in Native American culture. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 33(3), 279-283.

Struthers R. (2001). Conducting sacred research: An indigenous experience. Wicazo Sa Review, 16(1), 125-133.

Hodge, F., Cantrell, B., Hinkle, A., Welty, T. & DeCora, L.H. (2001). A traditional food book: Recipes from the rez. South Dakota: Lakota Express. 1-46.

Hodge, F.S., Weinmann, S., & Roubideaux, Y. (2000). Recruitment of American Indians and Alaska Natives into clinical trials. Annals of Epidemiology. 10(Suppl.8), S41-S48.

Struthers R. (2000). The lived experience of Ojibwa and Cree women healers. Journal of Holistic Nursing 18(3), 261-279.

Hodge, F., and Fredericks, L. (1999). American Indian and Alaska Native populations in the United States: An overview. In R.M.Huff & M.V.Kline (Eds.), Promoting health in multicultural populations: A handbook for practitioners (pp. 269-289). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Fredericks, L. and Hodge, F. (1999). Traditional Approaches to Health Care Among American Indians, In R.M.Huff & M.V.Kline (Eds.), Promoting health in multicultural populations: A handbook for practitioners. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Struthers R, Littlejohn S. (1999). The essence of Native American nursing. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 10(2), 131-135.

Hodge, F.S., Toms, F., & Guillermo, T. (1998). Achieving cultural competency and responsive health care delivery. Cancer, 83(Suppl.8), 1714-1716.

Hodge, F. & Fredericks, L. (1997). The circle: An anthology of traditional stories. Berkeley, CA: Center for American Indian Research and Education.  

Hodge, F. & Edmonds, R. (1988). The socio-cultural aspects of disability: A three-area survey of disabled adult American Indians. Tucson, Az: University of Arizona, Native American Research and Training Center.

DEPRESSION

Grady, J., Hodge, F., Mays, V., Iguchi, M., von Ehrenstein, O. & Beals, J. (submitted 2011). Ethnic identity social support and depression in Southwest American Indian population.  

Hodge, F., & Kipnis, P. (1995). Demoralization: A useful concept for case management with Native Americans. In P. Manolas (Ed.), The cross-cultural practice of critical case management in mental health. (pp.79-98). New York: Haworth Press.

DIABETES

Hodge, F. (2010). Utilizing Talking Circles to gather American Indian diabetes stories of health and illness. T. Barnett & C.A. Noriega (Eds.). Oral Histories and Communities of Color. UCLA Press.

Hodge, F.S., Hodge, C.E. & Geishert-Cantrell, B. (2008). Developing and implementing health care programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives: A case study. In M.V. Kline & R.M. Huff (Eds.) Health promotion in multicultural populations: A handbook for practitioners and students, (pp. 393-403). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Struthers, R., Kaas, M., Hill, D.L., Hodge, F. et al. (2003). Providing culturally appropriate education on type 2 diabetes to rural American Indians: Emotions and racial consciousness. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E6(1) on-line journal: http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/E6one_struthers.htm.

Struthers, R., Hodge, F.S., Geishirt-Cantrell, B., & DeCora, L. (2003). Participant experiences of talking circles on type 2 diabetes on two Northern Plains American Indian tribes. Qualitative Health Research, 13(8), 1094-1115. PMC3103143.

Struthers, R., Hodge, F.S., DeCora, L., & Geishirt-Cantrell, B. (2003). The experience of native peer facilitators in the campaign against type 2 diabetes. Journal of Rural Health, 19(2), 174-180. PMC3102517.

EDUCATION

Hodge, F. (1986). Graduate education and employment. A study of American Indian and non-Indians in the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley 1971-1985. University of California at Berkeley.

OBESITY

Hodge, F., Stemmler, M.S., Nandy, K. (2014). Associations bewtween obesity and history of abuse among American Indians in rural California. Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy, 4(1).   

Hodge, F., Geishirt Cantrell, B. & Kim, S. (2011). Health status and sociodemographic characteristics of the morbidly obese American Indians. Ethnicity & Disease, 21(1), 52-57. PMC3092741.

Hodge, F.S. & Kotkin-Jazi, S.T. (2009). California Wellness Study: American Indians and obesity. California Journal of Health Promotion, 7, 118-124. PMC3102514.

POLICY

Hodge, F., (2012). No meanigful apology for American Indian unethical research abuses. Ethics & Behavior, 22(6), 431-444.

Hodge, F. (1997). The status of American Indians in California. Woodland Hills, CA: The California Endowment and California Health Care Foundation.

Hodge, F., Williams, A. & Whitehorse, W. (1992). Creating an agenda for American Indian health in the year 2000. Monograph published by the State of California.

Morgan, J., Hodge, F. & Weinmann, S. (1987). The prevalence of disabilities, Indian Health Service data. Inf M. Johnson (Ed.), The needs of Native Americans with disabilities. Congressional Mandated report prepared for the US Dept. of Education, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Special Education & Rehabilitation Services by the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University.

TOBACCO

Hodge, F. & Nandy, K. (2011). Factors associated with American Indian cigarette smoking in rural settings. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 8, 944-954. PMC3118872.

Hodge, F. & Struthers, R. (2006). Persistent smoking among Northern Plains Indians: Lenient attitudes, low harm value and partiality towards cigarette smoking. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 13(4), 181-185.

Packer, M.M., Kaur, J.S., Hodge, F.S., Nan, B., Trapp, M.A. & Roubidoux, M.A. (2005). A survey of attendees at Native American health care conferences: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices about cigarette smoking. Journal of Cancer Education, 20(2), 89-95.

Geishirt Cantrell B.A., Hodge F.S., Struthers R. & DeCora L.H. (2005). The high incidence of cigarette smoking among American Indians of the Northern Plains. Journal of Cancer Education, 20(Suppl. 1), 97-100.

Struthers, R. & Hodge, F. (2004). Sacred tobacco use in Ojibwe communities. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 22(3) 209-225.

Hodge, F.S., Geishirt Cantrell, B.A., Struthers, R., & Casken, J. (2004)American Indian internet cigarette sales: Another avenue for selling tobacco products. American Journal of Public Health, 94(2), 260-261. PMC1448239.

Struthers, R., Hodge, F., Geishirt-Cantrell, B., & Casken, J. (2003). Community mapping: A tool in the fight against cigarette smoking on American Indian reservations. Policy Politics & Nursing Practice, 4(4), 295-302.

Hodge, F.S. (2002). American Indian and Alaska Native teen cigarette smoking: a review. In D.M. Burns, R.H. Amacher, & W. Ruppert (Eds.), Changing adolescent smoking prevalence: Where it is and why (Smoking and Tobacco Control Monograph No. 14, NIH Publication No. 02-5086, pp. 255-261). Bethesda, MD: U.S. DHHS.

Hodge, F.S. & Casken, J. (1999). Characteristics of American Indian women cigarette smokers: Prevalence and cessation status. Health Care for Women International, 20(5), 455-469.

Hodge, F.S. & Glover, C. (1999). The National Cancer Institute's research efforts in Native American communities: Approaches used and lessons learned. In C. Glover & F.S. Hodge (Eds.), Native outreach: A report to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. National Cancer Institute Monograph, NIH Publication No.98-4341, pp.103-111).

Hodge, F.S., Fredericks, L., & Kipnis, P. (1999). It's your life-It's our future stop smoking program. In C. Glover & F. S. Hodge (Eds.), Native outreach: A report to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. (National Cancer Institute Monograph, NIH Publication No. 98-4341, pp. 67-74).

Glover, C., and Hodge, F.S. Eds.. (1999). The National Cancer Institute's Native outreach: A report to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. National Cancer Institute Monograph, NIH Publication No. 98-4341).

Hodge, F.S., contributing author (1998). Tobacco use among U.S. racial/ethnic minority groups-African Americans, American Indians and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and Hispanics. A report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, GA: CDC Office on Smoking and Health.

Hodge, F.S., Fredericks, L., & Kipnis, P. (1996) Patient and smoking patterns in northern California American Indian clinics: Urban and rural contrasts. Cancer, 78(Suppl.7), 1623-1628.

Hodge, F.S., Cummings, S., Fredericks, L., Kipnis, P., Williams, M., & Teehee, K. (1995). Prevalence of smoking among adult American Indian clinic users in northern California. Preventive Medicine, 24(5), 441-446.

Hall, R., Lichtenstein, E., Burhansstipanov, L., Davis, S., Hodge, F., Schinke, S., Singer, B., Fredericks, L. & Glasgow, E. (1995). Tobacco use policies and practices in diverse Indian settings. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 19(3), 165-180.

Robinson, R., Shelton, D., Hodge, F., Lew, R., Lopez, E., Toy, P., Merritt, R. & Yach, D. (1995). Tobacco control capacity index for communities of color in the United States. In K. Slama (Ed.), Tobacco and health (pp. 359-365). New York: Plenum Press.

Hodge, F.S. (1995). Tobacco control leadership in American Indian communities. In K. Slama (Ed.), Tobacco and health (pp.375-378). New York: Plenum Press.

Vaccination

Hodge, F., Itty, T., Cardoza, B. & Samuel-Nakamura, C. (2011). HPV vaccine readiness among American Indian college students: Factors influencing HPV vaccine decision-making. Ethnicity & Disease, 21(4).

Greengold, B., Nyamathi, A., Kominski, G., Wiley, D., Lewis, D., Hodge, F., Singer, M., Brennan Spiegel, B. (2009). Cost-effectiveness analysis of behavioral interventions to improve vaccination compliance in homeless adults. Vaccine, 27(5), 718-725. PMC2772200.

WOMEN

Struthers R. (2003). The artistry and ability of traditional women healers. Health Care for Women International, 24(4), 340-354.

Struthers R, Savik K, Hodge F.S. (2004). American Indian women and cardiovascular disease: Response behaviors to chest pain. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 19(3), 158-163.

Dodgson JE, Struthers, R. (2003). Traditional breastfeeding practices of the Ojibwe of northern Minnesota. Health Care for Women International, 24(1), 49-61.

Hodge, F.S., and Casken, J. (1999). American Indian breast cancer project: Educational development and implementation. American Indian Culture & Research Journal, 23(3), 113-118.

Hodge, F.S., Stubbs, H.A., & Fredericks, L. (1999). Talking circles: Increasing cancer knowledge among American Indian women. Cancer Research and Therapy, 8(1-2), 103-111.

Hodge, F.S., & Casken, J. (1999). Characteristics of American Indian women cigarette smokers: Prevalence and cessation status. Health Care for Women International, 20(5), 455-469.

Hodge, F.S., Stubbs, H.A., Gurgin, V., & Fredericks, L. (1998). Cervical cancer screening: Knowledge, attitudes, and behavior of American Indian women. Cancer, 83(Suppl. 8), 1799-1804.

Hodge, F.S., Fredericks, L., & Rodriguez, B. (1996). American Indian women's talking circle: A cervical cancer screening and prevention project. Cancer, 78(Suppl.7), 1592-1597.

 

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