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Table 1 Search strategy

From: What can primary care services do to help First Nations people with unhealthy alcohol use? A systematic review: Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada

Population Country Substance Treatment Setting
Indigenous
Aboriginal
“First Nation*”
“First people*”
“Torres Strait Island*”
Maori*
Native*
“Native American”
“American Indian*”
Indian*
Inuit*
Metis
Alaska*
Aleut*
Inupiat*
Yuit
Athabascan*
Tlingit*
Haida*
Navajo*
Cherokee*
Arikara*
Iroquois*
Pawnee*
Sioux*
Apache*
Comanche*
Cree
Ojibwa*
Mohawk*
Duwamish
Cheyanne*
Blackfoot
Seminole*
Hopi Shoshone*
Mohican*
Shawnee*
Mi’kmaq*
Crow*
Paiute
Wampanoag*
Ho-chunk*
Chumash*
Haida*
Suquamish
“Oceanic ancestry group”
Austral*
Canad*
North Americ*
USA
“United States of America”
Americ*
Alaska*
New Zealand*
Hawaii*
Alcohol* Naltrexone
Acamprosate
Disulfiram
Counsel*
Men* group*
Women* group*
Culture
Cultural approach*
Cultural healing
Traditional culture*
Home detox*
Healing circle*
Intervention*
Program*
Sweat lodge*
Brief intervention*
CBT
DBT
Cognitive behavioural therap*
Cognitive behavioral therap*
Dialectic behavioural therap*
Dialectic behavioral therap*
Relapse prevention medicine*
Motivational Interview
Outpatient
Primary care
Primary health care
General practice*
GP*
Doctor*
Physician*
Family practic*
Medical practic*
Medical center*
Medical centre*
Aboriginal medical service
Aboriginal health service
“Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service”
  1. In applying the search strategy, “AND” was used between columns. “OR” was used within columns