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Bonnie M. Duran

Bonnie M. Duran Dr.P.H. is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington--School of Public Health and Community Medicine and Indigenous Wellness Research Institute Department of Health Services where she is the Director of the Center for Indigenous Health Research. She is also a founding member of the International Network for Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development (INIHKD) which is an international assembly dedicated to improving the health of indigenous peoples in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States through indigenous and community-led research, health services and workforce development. Dr. Duran research interests are: Native American mental health and community-based participatory research. Dr. Duran received her Dr. P.H. from University of California, Berkeley.


University of Washington--School of Public Health and Community Medicine and Indigenous Wellness Research Institute Department of Health Services

Recent and Pending Publications

“Barriers to Care article” In preparation.

Duran B, Harrison M, Shurley M, Foley K, Morris P, Davidson-Stroh L, Iralu J, Jiang Y and Andrasik MP. (2010). "Tribally-Driven HIV/AIDS Health Services Partnership: Evidence-Based Meets Culture-Centered Interventions." Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 9: 110-129.

Wallerstein N and Duran B. (2010). "Community-Based Participatory Research Contributions to Intervention Research: The Intersection of Science and Practice to Improve Health Equity." American Journal of Public Health, 100(Suppl 1): 40-46.

Iralu J, Duran B, Pearson C, Jiang Y, Foley K, Peake M and Harrison M. (2010). "Risk Factors for HIV Disease Progression in a Rural Southwest American Indian Population." Public Health Reports, 125(Suppl 4): 1-14.

Duran B, Oetzel J, Parker T, Malcoe LH, Lucero J, Jiang Y. (2009) “Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Disorders among American Indian Women in Primary Care.” American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Research. 16(2):11-27.

bonduran@u.washington.edu




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