Urban-indigenous therapeutic landscapes: A case study of an urban American Indian health organization

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This case affords insights at the unique confluence of indigeneity and urbanization, prompting us to coin the construct “urban-indigenous therapeutic landscapes” to characterize such sites. These landscapes warrant urgent attention in light of increasing urbanization and health disparities among indigenous peoples internationally. On the basis of thematic content analysis, three themes were identified from 17 open-ended interviews with American Indian community members.