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Heart disease prevention for Alaska Native women: a review of pilot study findings

Witmer JM, Hensel MR, Holck PS, Ammerman AS, Will JC. Journal of Women's Health 2004; Volume 13; Issue 5; Page 569-78
Disease [?] Cardiovascular Disease
Race / Ethnicity [?] American Indian
Cultural Targeting [?] Yes
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Restructuring the Care Team: Add dietitian
Level Level Microsystem
Mode Mode N/A