5-3 Winter 1994 “Medicine” Table of ContentsNov 15th, 1993 | By tcj | Category: 5-3: Medicine, Archives
Taking Care of Our Own
When Indians become doctors and nurses Marjane Ambler finds that everyone benefits.
Making Room for Tradition
Tribal colleges blend Western medical beliefs with the wisdom of traditional healers.
By Marjane Ambler
Hogans in Hospitals
On the Navajo reservation, George Hardeen reports that patients want the best of both worlds.
Adventure Travel Into the Heart of Navajo Life
Navajo Community College offers non- Indians an opportunity to experience traditional healing practices.
By George Hardeen
Starting from Scratch
Bay Mills College President Martha McLeod found that not all medical programs are created equal.
Voices: Treating Indians Like Humans
By Carty Monette
A Favorable Rate of Exchange
By Jennifer Gray Reddish
Research: Work Perceptions and Job Satisfaction for Rosebud Sioux Tribal Employees
By Nora Antoine
By Jack Barden
ON THE COVER: Cover illustration by Harrison Eskeets, a student now completing his third semester at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. A Navajo, Eskeets is from Church Rock, New Mexico.