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Jacque Gray, PhD
Associate Director/Research Associate Professor

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

Projects

Most Recent Publications

  • World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and Two Spirit Elderly
    This article looks at Elder abuse and Two Spirit elderly, and the connections between them.
    Project: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
    Author(s): Gray, J.
    Publication: TSLGBTQ
    Date: June 2021
    Type: Journal Article
  • Rumination and Quality of Life Among Northern Plains Indians
    This paper looks at the influence of rumination, a therapeutic mechanism, on the quality of life among Northern Plains Indians and mental health.
    Author(s): Isaacs, D.S., Tehee, M., Gray, J.
    Publication: Psychological Services
    Date: May 2021
    Type: Journal Article
  • Consent and Capacity in Indian Country: Elder Abuse and the Connection to Consent, Capacity, and Undue Influence
    This fact sheet provides information about Elder abuse, consent, capacity, undue influence, and how they connect with each other.
    Project: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
    Author(s): Gray, J., Warne, M., Allery, M., Lopez-Ruiz, E.
    Date: November 2020
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Elder Caregiving in Indian Country
    This fact sheet provides information for caregivers on how to recognize warning signs, prevent, and intervene in Elder abuse.
    Project: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
    Author(s): Gray, J., Warne, M., Allery, M., Lopez-Ruiz, E.
    Date: November 2020
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Financial Abuse and Exploitation of Elders in Indian Country
    This fact sheet provides information financial abuse and exploitation of Elders, including types of financial abuse, different indicators, and what can be done to stop the abuse.
    Project: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
    Author(s): Gray, J., Warne, M., Allery, M., Lopez-Ruiz, E.
    Date: November 2020
    Type: Fact Sheet

Most Recent Presentations