Join us for this episode of Aging Fast & Slow as we explore the structural resilience of Indigenous Peoples amidst systemic inequities. Dr. Allison Kelliher, Associate Faculty for Indigenous Knowledge and Practice Systems at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, sheds light on pathways to positive change and health equity. With her unique background as an Alaska Native Traditional Healer and Integrative Physician, Dr. Kelliher offers invaluable insights into promoting resilience and well-being among Indigenous communities.


United Nations Economic and Social Council. Indigenous determinants of health in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. April 2023.

Kelliher, A et al. Indigenous determinants of health: a unified call for progress. The Lancet. June 21, 2023.

Kelliher, A et al. Status of Maternal Cardiovascular Health in American Indian and Alaska Native Individuals: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. June 2023.


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