Healing Ways: Navajo Health Care in the 20th Century (1st Edtion)

About the Course:

If you work in the Southwest, or if you want to become
better informed about the Navajo culture and health care, this book will be of interest to you. Wade Davies provides an in-depth consideration of all the many varied factors
that weave together to determine the effectiveness of Navajo health care.


By Wade Davies

About the Author:

Wade Davies is Professor of History at San Juan College in Farmington, New Mexico.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to identify historical implications of Navajo health care

  2. to be able to compare and contrast different viewpoints on issues surrounding access and delivery of medical/health care among the Navajo

  3. to more clearly identify complexities that arise when evaluating the effectiveness of Western Healing practice and Traditional Healers

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Course Number: 100245
Credit Hours: 10cr
NBCC Credit Hours: 10cr
Exam Fee: $69.70
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