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Publications by Department of Indigenous Health faculty reach top 10% of respective journals’ downloads

Congratulations to Drs. Melanie Nadeau and Shawnda Schroeder, assistant professors in the SMHS Department of Indigenous Health, who were informed by Wiley Publishing recently that their two separate journal articles were in the top 10% of articles downloaded via their respective journals in the past year.

According to Wiley, Nadeau’s paper “Centering culture in the treatment of opioid use disorder with American Indian and Alaska Native Communities: Contributions from a National Collaborative Board,” was “one of the most downloaded during its first 12 months of publication” from the American Journal of Community Psychology. Likewise, Schroeder’s paper “Anxiety, depression, stress, burnout, and professional quality of life among the hospital workforce during a global health pandemic,” published in the National Rural Health Association’s Journal of Rural Health with co-authors Kristen Leighton of the UND Center for Rural Health and Daniel Kelly of McKenzie Health, ranked “within the top 10% of papers published” last year.

Congratulations, everyone!