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PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
MA, Boston University



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  1. Mary Canales, Diane Weiner, and Tim Spindler. Strength & Courage: The development of a Native American Cancer Survivor Archive. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and. 2012; 21(4):815-822.
  2. Bowen DJ, Kreuter M, Spring B, Cofta-Woerpel L, Linnan L, Weiner D, Bakken S, Kaplan CP, Squiers L, Fabrizio C, Fernandez M. How we design feasibility studies. Am J Prev Med. 2009 May; 36(5):452-7.View Related Profiles. PMID: 19362699; PMCID: PMC2859314; DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2009.02.002;
     
  3. Diane Weiner. Changing Views of Cancer: Three Decades of Native California Perspectives. Confronting Cancer: Metaphors, Advocacy, and Anthropology. J. McMullin and D. Weiner, eds. School of Advanced Research. Santa Fe. 2009; 103-124.
  4. J. McMullin and D. Weiner, eds. Confronting Cancer: Metaphors, Advocacy, and Anthropology. School of Advanced Research. Santa Fe. 2009.
  5. Weiner, Linda Burhansstipanov, Linda Krebs, and Terri Restivo. From Survivorship to Thrivership: Native Peoples Weaving a Healthy Life from Cancer. Journal of Cancer Education. 2005; 20(1):28-32.
  6. Diane Weiner. "Los Angeles County American Indian/Alaska Native Cancer Screening Approaches" and “Diabetes”. Native Health in Los Angeles County: An Analysis of the Behavioral Risk Factor Survey of 1997, Behavioral Risk Factors That Contribute to Chronic Illness, Disease, and Injury, Duane Champagne and Linda Long, eds. UCLA American Indian Studies Center. Los Angeles. 2003.
  7. Diane Weiner with Linda Long. Tobacco Behaviors. Native Health in Los Angeles County: An Analysis of the Behavioral Risk Factor Survey of 1997, Behavioral Risk Factors That Contribute to Chronic Illness, Disease, and Injury, Duane Champagne and Linda Long, eds. UCLA American Indian Studies Center. Los Angeles. 2003.
  8. Medicine Ways: Disease, Health, and Survival Among Native Americans, Diane Weiner and Clifford Trafzer eds. AltaMira Press. Thousand Oaks. 2001.
  9. Preventing and Controlling Cancer in North America: A Cross Cultural Perspective, Diane Weiner ed. Greenwood Press. Westport, CT. 1999.
  10. Diane Weiner. American Indian Cancer Discourse and the Prevention of Illness. Preventing and Controlling Cancer in North America: A Cross Cultural Perspective, Diane Weiner, editor. Greenwood Press. Westport, CT. 1999; 55-68.
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Bar chart showing 21 publications over 11 distinct years, with a maximum of 6 publications in 1999

YearPublications
19891
19931
19952
19962
19972
19996
20011
20032
20051
20092
20121

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