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School of Social Work Research Publications for Lisa M. Wexler

  1. Allen, J., Wexler, L., & Rasmus, S. (2021). Protective factors as a unifying framework for strengths-based intervention and culturally responsive American Indian and Alaska Native suicide prevention. Prevention Science.
  2. Salusky, I. R., Kral, M., Amarok, B., & Wexler, L. (2021). Navigating between two the worlds of school and 'being on the land': Arctic Indigenous young people, structural violence, cultural continuity and selfhood. Journal of Youth Studies.
  3. Trout, l., & Wexler, L. (2020). Arctic suicide, social medicine, and the purview of care in global mental health. Health and Human Rights. Special Issue on Mental Health, Well-being, and Human Rights, Journal of Health and Human Rights, 22(1), 77-89.
  4. Wexler, L., Rasmus, S., Ullrich, J., Flaherty, A. A., Apok, C., Amarok, B. Q., Black, J., McEachern, D., Murphrey, C., Johnson, R., & Allen, J. (2020). The development of a measure of Alaska Native community resilience factors through knowledge co-production. Progress in Community Partnerships, 14(4), 443-459.
  5. Barnett, J., Schmidt, T., & Wexler, L. (2019). A pilot evaluation of culture camps to strengthen Alaska Native youth wellness. Health Promotion Practice.
  6. Wexler, L., Rataj, S., Plavin, J., Ivanich, J., Johnson, R., & Dombrowski, K. (2019). Community mobilization for rural suicide prevention: Perceived knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavioral outcomes from Promoting Community Conversations About Research to End Suicide (PC CARES) in Northwest Alaska. Social Science and Medicine, 232, 398-407.
  7. Wexler, L., Barnett, J., Trout, L., & Moto, R. (2018). Making a difference: How Northwest Alaska is working to reduce youth suicide. Special Issue: The fight of our lives: Preventing suicide among Indigenous people. Northern Policy Affairs, 6(3).
  8. Trout, L., Wexler, L., & Moses, J. (2018). Beyond two worlds: Identity narratives and the aspirational futures of Alaska Native youth. Transcultural Psychiatry, 55(6), 800-820.
  9. Collins, P., Delgado, R., Apok, C., et. al…& Wexler, L. (2018). RISING SUN: Prioritized outcomes for suicide prevention in the arctic. Psychiatric Services, 79(2), 152-155.
  10. Trout, L., McEachern, D., Mullany, A., White, L., & Wexler, L. (2018). Decoloniality as framework for Alaska Native youth suicide prevention: Promoting community conversations about research to end suicide. American Journal of Community Psychology, 62(3-4), 396-405.
  11. Lee, H. W., Melson, M. Ivanich, J., Habecker, P., Gauthier, G. R., Wexler, L., Khan, B., & Dombrowski, K. (2018). Mapping the structure of perceptions in helping networks of Alaska Natives. PLoS ONE, 13(11).
  12. Wexler, L., Poudel-Tandukar, K., Rataj, S., Trout, L., Poudel, K. C., Woods, M., & Chachamovich, E. (2017). Preliminary evaluation of a school-based youth leadership and prevention program in rural Alaska Native communities. School Mental Health, 9(2), 172-183.
  13. Weinronk, H., Wexler, L., Trout, L., Rowlet, K., Klakegg, I., Zhen, S., Valenzuela, S., & Moses, J. (2017). New understandings of ourselves and communities: Community-based participatory research with Alaska Native and Lower 48 youth. Educational Action Research Journal, 26(3), 439-455.
  14. Curran, T. & Wexler, L. (2017). School-based positive youth development: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of School Health, 87(1), 71-80.
  15. Wexler, L., Trout, L., Rataj, S., Kirk, T., Moto, R. & McEachern, D. (2017). Promoting Community Conversations About Research to End Suicide: Learning and behavioural outcomes of a training-of trainers model to facilitate grassroots community health education to address Indigenous youth suicide prevention. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 76(1).
  16. Silveira, M. L., Wexler, L., Chamberlain, J., Money, K., Spencer, R. M. C., Reich, N. G., & Bertone-Johnson, E. R. (2016). Seasonality of suicide behavior in Northwest Alaska: 1990–2009. Public Health, 137, 35-43.
  17. Wexler, L., Dam, H. T., Silvius, K., Mazziotti, J., & Bamikole, I. (2016). Protective factors of Native youth: findings from a self-report survey in rural Alaska. Journal of Youth Studies, 19(3), 358-373.
  18. Wexler, L., McEachern, D., DiFulvio, G., Smith, C., Graham, L. F., & Dombrowski, K. (2016). Creating a community of practice to prevent suicide through multiple channels: describing the theoretical foundations and structured learning of PC CARES. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 36(2), 115-122.
  19. Eglinton, K., Gubrium, A., & Wexler, L. (2016). Digital storytelling as arts-inspired inquiry for engaging, understanding, and supporting indigenous youth. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 18(5),
  20. Wexler, L., White, J., & Trainor, B. (2015). Why an alternative to suicide prevention gatekeeper training is needed for rural Indigenous communities: Presenting an empowering community storytelling approach. Critical Public Health, 25(2), 205-217.
  21. Wexler, L. & Gone, J. P. (2015). Exploring alternatives for indigenous suicide prevention: Responding to cultural understandings and practices. In J. White, I. Marsh, M. Kral, & J. Morris (Eds.), [Suicide and] Suicide Prevention: Critical Perspectives. Cambridge University Press.
  22. Wexler, L., & Eglinton, K. (2015). Reconsidering youth well-being as fluid and relational: A dynamic process at the intersection of their physical and social geographies. In H. Cahill & J. Wyn (Eds.), Handbook of Children and Youth Studies. Springer Reference.
  23. Wexler, L., Chandler, M., Gone, J., Cwik, M., Kirmayer, L., LaFromboise, T., Brockie, T., O’Keefe, V., Walkup, J., & Allen, J. (2015). Advancing suicide prevention research with rural American Indian and Alaska Native populations. American Journal of Public Health, 105(5), 891-899.
  24. Wexler, L., Eglinton, K., & Gubrium, A. (2014). Using digital stories to understand the lives of Alaska Native young people. Youth and Society, 46(4), 478-504.
  25. Wexler, L., Jernigan, K., Mazziotti, J., Baldwin, E., Griffin, M., Joule, L., Garoutte, J. & CIPA (2014). Lived challenges and getting through them: Alaska Native youth narratives as a way to understand resilience. Health Promotion Practice, 15(1), 10-17.

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