Linda Frizzell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Practice
206H Research 2
Doctor of Philosophy, Exercise Physiology/Education Administration, 1991
University of North Dakota
Assistant Professor of Practice, Master of Public Health
Areas of Expertise
American Indian Public Health
Indian Health Service Behavioral Health Work Group, Member, 2012-present
Tribal leadership for the Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration, Technical Advisory Group (STTAG), Technical advisory, 2009-present
Tribal leadership for the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, Technical Advisory Group (T-TAG),Technical advisory,1998-present
International Suicide Prevention work group for American Indians and Alaska Natives (Canada-USA), Member, 2005-present.
National Medicare and Medicaid Policy Committee (MMPC), Member, 1998-present
MMPC Behavioral Health Sub-Committee, Chair, 2010-present
State of Minnesota Minority and Multicultural Health, Chair, 2012-present
Frizzell, L.D., Dietilein, A., Ashby, B., Davis, L., Omer, R., Otremba, M.E., Poley, S., Schmidt, T., Stensland, J., Stevens, C., Stevens, J., TenHutzen Huncke, J. (2004). The Public Policy Process: A Blueprint for Rural Health Advocacy. National Rural Health Association & Office of Rural Health Policy, DHHS.
Health Care - The Internet Information Revolution. (2000). The Pfizer Journal, Vol. 4 (2): pp12-18.
Fleming, M. & Towey, K. (Frizzell, L.D. external review and contributor). (2001). Delivering Culturally Competent Health Care for Adolescents: A Guide for Primary Care Providers. American Medical Association.
Frizzell, L. D. (1991). Promotion considerations for exercise and physical activity in mentally impaired, diseased and disabled adults. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 331 822).
Jable, T., (Ed.), Daniel, C., Eskridge, V., Frizzell, L. D., Gorman, D., Kambis, K., Metal-Corbin, J. (1992). A Research Source Book and Bibliography in Aging and Health, Exercise, Recreation and Dance. Reston, VA: AAHPERD Publications.
Frizzell, L. D. (1993). Effects of an Exercise Program on Mentally Impaired Older Adults in a Long Term Care Facility. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Frizzell, L. D. (1993). Effects of an exercise program for mentally impaired older adults, in a long term care facility. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 366 573)
Frizzell, L. D. (1994). The Greater Leech Lake Health Care and Wellness System. A copyrighted documented on file with the Indian Health Service.
Frizzell, L. B. (1999). Advocacy issues among American Indians. The Health Education Monograph Series, Vol. 17, No.2, pp. 21-25.
Greenburg, J.S., (Ed.), Bajracharya, S., Birch, D.A., Chehardy, P., Doyle, E., Eyler, J., Fertman, C., Frizzell, L., Furco, A., Graff-Haight, P., Giles, D., Honner, P.E., Howard, J.P.F., O'meara. K., Poulsen, S.J., Spear, C., Tentinger, L. & Welle-Graf, H. (2000). Service Learning in Health Education. Department of Health Education, University of Maryland, College, MD 20742.
Minnesota Department of Health. (1999). Physical Activity and the Older Adult: Resources for People Working with Older Adults. State of MN, Division of Family Health, Center for Health Promotion, Nutrition and Physical Activity Unit, PO Box 64882, St. Paul, MN, (contributor).
Minnesota Department of Health. (1999). Work Out - Low Fat, Grade 1-4 Diabetes Curriculum (Contributing Author and Editor). State of MN, Division of Family Health, Center for Health Promotion, Nutrition and Physical Activity Unit, PO Box 64882, St. Paul, MN,
Minnesota Department of Health. (in press). Work Out - Low Fat, Grade 5 Diabetes Curriculum (Contributing Author and Lead Editor). State of MN, Division of Family Health, Center for Health Promotion, Nutrition and Physical Activity Unit, PO Box 64882, St. Paul, MN,
National Professional Health Education Honorary. (1999). Advocacy Issues Among American Indians. Health Education Monograph Series, Vol. 17 (2): pp: 21-25
Tedrick, T., (Ed.), Barret, D., Boyd, R., Clements, C., Frizzell, L. D., Hawkins, B., Heldon, K., Hoge, G., Sutton, E., & Wilhite, B. (1997). Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities and Leisure: Issues, Policy and Practice. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 21(3), Haworth Press Inc., New York.