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Jacque Gray, PhD
Associate Director/Research Professor

Jacqueline Gray is a research professor for the Department of Population Health and the associate director of the Center for Rural Health for indigenous programs at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences.

Projects

Most Recent Publications

  • Trauma Caused by Injury or Abuse in Late Life: Experiences, Impacts, and the Federal Response
    Discussion paper identifying resources that work to prevent injury and abuse in elders and help those who have experienced these tragedies deal with their ramifications.
    Author(s): Iyengar, V., Link, G., Beatty, P., Boel, M., Crockett, C., DiCocco, C., Fink, D., Gray, J., LaCounte, C., Miller, A., Phillippi, M., Skowronski, S., Twomey, M., Williams, T.
    Publication: National Academy of Medicine
    Date: January 2019
    Type: Journal Article
  • Disrespect of Our Elders: Elder Abuse in Indian Country
    This Research to Practice series examines the fact that little research data exists involving American Indian and Alaska Native elder abuse and neglect. It makes recommendations for practice and policy when working with American Indians and Alaska Natives.
    Author(s): Gray, J.
    Date: November 2017
    Type: Other
  • Assessment of Anxiety Among Northern Plains Indians
    Article examines the reliability and validity of the Beck Anxiety Inventory by comparing scores among three different diagnostic categories.
    Author(s): Gray, J., McCullagh, J., Petros, T.
    Publication: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
    Date: November 2015
    Type: Journal Article
  • Contributing Factors to American Indian/Alaskan Native Elders’ Quality of Life
    A study on the factors that contribute to American Indian and Alaskan Native Elders' quality of life.
    Author(s): Lyons, L., Wheeler, M., Gray, J., Bluehouse, R., Morgan, R.
    Date: August 2015
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Identity Theft Among American Indian and Alaskan Native Elders
    Fact sheet on NIEJI's findings regarding identity theft among American Indian and Alaskan Native Elders.
    Author(s): Riley, D., Wheeler, M., Gray, J., Bluehouse, R., Morgan, R.
    Date: July 2015
    Type: Fact Sheet

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