My current research focuses on resilience and protective factors in American Indian culture, spirituality and ceremony. The foundation of my research is based on the concept of Hózhó, a Diné (Navajo) Wellness philosophy. Future research will explore ways in which American Indian cultural wisdom (as found in culture, spiritual practices and ceremony) may be implemented to elevate the physical, psychological, spiritual and social health of American Indians.
Kahn-John, M., & Lusk, P. G. (2018). Integrative Nursing Management of Anxiety. Integrative Nursing, 2nd ed. (pp 221-239).. In Integrative Nursing, 2nd ed.. Oxford.
Badger, T. A., McEwen, M. M., & Kahn-John, M. (2017, Fall). Measuring Emotional Distress and Inflammation before and after a Diné Ceremony. Navajo Nation Human Research Review Board Research Conference. Window Rock, AZ.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, April 2017). Cultural Wisdom in Three Generations of Dine: A Focused Ethnography. Western Insitute of Nursing. Denver, CO.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, August 2017). Diné Hataałii AssociationTribal Data Sharing and Genetics Policy Development Workshop . Tribal Data Sharing and Genetics Policy Development workshop, and as a panel presenters, "Cultural & Spiritual Perspectives on Genetics.. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Community Environmental Health Program-Center for Native Environmental Health Equity Research.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, June 2017). Promoting Healing in Tribal Communities A Focused Ethnography on Diné Hózhó Thoughts on Cultural Wisdom Strength Based Health Promotion & Culturally Tailored Care Interventions. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration -Tribal Technical Advisory Committee Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration - Office of Tribal Affairs and Policy.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, February 2017). The Hozho Reslience Model and Cultural Wisdom in Three Generations of Dine. Northern Arizona University. Northern Arizona University-Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University-National Partnership for Cancer Prevention in American Indian Communities.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, June 2017). Psychiatric Assessment and Pharmacological Management of Older Adults in the Outpatient Setting. American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Philadelphia, PA: American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
Kahn-John, M., & Lusk, P. G. (2017, Fall 2017). Honoring the patient as "Expert by Experience": Graduate PMH Curriculum Centered on Recovery and Integrative Health Principles (Hozho Life-Way Model - Navajo teaching exemplar). American Psychiatric Nursing Association. Phoenix, Arizona: American Psychiatric Association.
Kahn-John, M. (2017, May 2017). Hózhó Resilience Model. Indigenous Nursing Research for Health Equity 2017 Summit. Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University College of Nursing.
Miguel, F., Antone, C., Kahn-John, M., & Solomon, T. G. (2017, February). The Journey of a Message: The Cultural Wisdom Declaration. NARTC Winter Institute. UA Tucson AZ: Native American Research and Training Center.
Miller, C. S., Kahn-John, M., & Lusk, P. G. (2017, April 2017). Transforming Nursing Assessment with Integrative Nursing Principles. 2nd Annual International Integrative Nursing Symposium. Tucson, AZ: Internation Integravie Nursing.
Kahn-John, M., & Koithan, M. S. (2017, April 2017). Hózhó-the Diné (Navajo) Life-Way Model of Wellbeing and Integrative Nursing Principles. International Integrative Nursing Conference. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona and University of Minnesota.