101995: TRIADD: The Risk for Alcohol Abuse, Depression, and Diabetes Multimorbidity in the American Indian and Alaska Native Population

About the Course:

This course is an investigation into the alcohol-consumption practices and related morbidity of the Alaskan Native and American Indian populations. It provides a look at etiology and risk factors. Further, this course explores the disproportionate occurrence of alcohol abuse, Type-2 Diabetes, and suicide among the Alaskan Native population and American Indians. Lastly, this course is an actual epidemiological study that yielded important considerations toward the health and welfare of the Alaskan Native and American Indian populations.

Publication Date:

2007, Volume 14, Number 1


Sheila S. Tann, R.N., N.D., Scott T. Yabiku, Ph.D., Scott K. Okamoto, Ph.D., and Jessica Yanow, M.P.H.

About the Author:

The authors are veteran academicians and researchers that specialize in epidemiology. Their combined experience with alcoholism and other diseases have produced invaluable findings within numerous professional journal articles.

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, students, and nurses who seek knowledge about the devastating affects of alcoholism . It has introductory, intermediate, and advanced material for diverse participants.

Course Objectives:

  1. Identify the relationship between alcohol abuse, depression, and diabetes among the American Indian (AI) and Alaskan Native (AN) populations.

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