Jacque Gray, PhD
Research Associate Professor
Dr. Jacqueline Gray is the Associate Director of indigenous programs. She has research experience and expertise in the areas of health and mental health including suicide prevention, rural veteran health services, spirituality and health, and American Indian behavioral health. Jacque is originally from Oklahoma and is of Choctaw and Cherokee descent.
- American Indian Health Research Conference
- National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
- National Institute of Mental Health Outreach Partnership
- National Resource Center on Native American Aging
- Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health
Most Recent Publications
- Testimony to the Indian Health Services Appropriations
Gray, J. April 2014Dr. Gray provided testimony on behalf of the Friends of Indian Health to the subcommittee on interior, environment, and related agencies.
- Native Aging Visions, Spring 2013
National Resource Center on Native American Aging May 2013Newsletter developed by the National Resource Center on Native American Aging.
- Cultural Adaptation for Therapy With American Indians and Alaska Natives
Gray, J., & Rose, W.
Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, Volume 40, April 2012Because of the paucity of research on evidence-based treatments with American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) clients, this article addresses barriers to that research and how to adapt treatment to make it more culturally appropriate and acceptable to AI/AN clients so they might benefit from and remain in treatment.
- Fall Incidents and Native American Elderly
Gray, J., & Schlafmann, S. March 2012Presents the results of Identifying Our Needs: A Survey of Elders that was conducted between 2008 and 2011, by tribal members for over 300 American Indian tribes, Alaskan villages, and Hawaiian homesteads throughout Indian Country.
- Growing Our Own: Building a Native Research Team
Gray, J.S., & Carter, P.M.
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Volume 44 Issue 2 Pages 160-165, 2012This article highlights the team growth, increasing structure, student needs and the faculty and staff involved. It further addresses the support and educational aspects of growing an ongoing, multidisciplinary research team committed to ethical research in Native communities.
Most Recent Presentations
- Native Elderly Falls and Depression as Related to Elder Abuse Services
Presented by Riley, D., Carter, P., Lindgren, H., & Gray, J. on Aug 18, 2014 at the AoA/ACL Title VI Training and Technical Assistance Conference, Washington, DC
- Osteoporosis and Falls Among Native American Elders
Presented by Lyons, L., Gray, J., Carter, P., & Stensland, P. on Aug 18, 2014 at the AoA/ACL Title VI Training and Technical Assistance Conference, Washington, DC
- Three Cycle Comparison of Native American Elder Abuse Indicators
Presented by Henry, S., Gray, J., Carter, P. on Aug 18, 2014 at the AoA/ACL Title VI Training and Technical Assistance Conference, Washington, DC
- Outliers, Misnomers, & Fallacies: Native Americans and the MMPI-2 Schizophrenia Scale
Presented by Vandal, R., Kagan, C., Petros, T., Lindgren, H., & Gray, J. on Aug 07, 2014 at the 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience, Grand Forks, North Dakota
- Cultural Incongruence: MMPI-2 and Native Americans
Presented by Young, A., Kagan, C., Petros, T., Lindgren, H., & Gray, J. on Aug 07, 2014 at the 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience, Grand Forks, North Dakota