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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Daley C

 Center Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, USA

Biography

Dr. Daley is a medical anthropologist with additional training in public health and a strong focus on applied research and community-based interventions. Her major areas of research focus on the reduction of health disparities in Native North America through primarily cancer control and prevention, cross-cultural communication in the health care setting and via technology, and the intersection of qualitative and quantitative ethnographic data collection and analyses. She has additional interests in health literacy, traditional medical beliefs surrounding cancer, disease in human evolution, and children with special needs. Currently, Dr. Daley is working on a culturally tailored smoking cessation program with the Haskell Health Center and the urban Native population in Kansas City. She is also conducting research on barriers to cancer screening in this population. Her most notable previous research was with the Fort Apache Indian community in Arizona, where she helped to bring the Well Woman Healthcheck Program, a program of mobile breast and cervical cancer screening. She has also worked with other Native communities in Arizona and the Northeast, with a particular focus on beliefs about cancer risk, cause, and treatment, both biomedical and traditional, as well as cross-cultural communication issues in health care

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 Public Health

Woman studies

Anthropology

Cancer

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