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
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
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.
Suicide, trauma, and adverse childhood experiences among vulnerable populations
Awards and Honors
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)