Teresa Brockie, PhD, RN, FAAN
Teresa Brockie’s research focuses on achieving health equity through community-based prevention and intervention of suicide, trauma, and adverse childhood experiences among vulnerable populations. A member of the White Clay (A'aninin) Nation from Fort Belknap, Montana, Dr. Brockie earned her PhD at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. In 2011, she led an all Native American team to collect data to study suicidal behavior among reservation-based Native American youth.
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and InterestHealth equity; childhood trauma; suicide prevention
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Brockie TN, Dana-Sacco G, Wallen GR, Wilcox HC, Campbell JC. 2015. “The Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experiences to PTSD, Depression, Poly-Drug Use and Suicide Attempt in Reservation-Based Native American Adolescents and Young Adults.” American Journal of Community Psychology. Jun; 55(3-4): 411-21. doi: 10.1007/s10464-015-9721-3.
2017, Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing
RADM Faye G. Abdellah Publication Award for Nursing Research by the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Professional Advisory Committee for Nursing (N-PAC)