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Community Needs Assessment for Chlamydial Screening among Young American Indian Women Living in the Pacific Northwest

The goal of this study is to gather preliminary data to inform the development an intervention to increase chlamydial screening and treatment among AIAN women living on or near the reservation. The long-term goal of this work is to reduce the morbidity caused by chlamydia and decrease racial disparities in the burden of chlamydia among...

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NIMHD Comprehensive Centers of Excellence (P60)

This infrastructure development grant is designed to develop the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute at the University of Washington as a National Comprehensive Center of Excellence devoted to AIAN health and health disparities research and to develop a cadre of NIH-funded AIAN behavioral scientists.

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Vision to Action: Achieving Health Equity in Indian Country

The specific aims are to: (1) Engage tribal and native community partners and researchers in planning and identification of research opportunities to ameliorate behaviorally- and socially-based negative health conditions; (2) Build capacity in health disparities research through a series of workshop discussions/trainings about the latest advances in indigenous and Western research methods, policies, processes, and...

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International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development (INIHKD) Conference 2010: Indiginous Medicines, Health Knowledge and Best Practices More Info

In 2004, the NIH and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) signed a joint cooperative agreement to strengthen health research collaboration on indigenous health issues. Additionally, a similar tripartite agreement was created among New Zealand, Canada and Australia. The biennial INIHKD conference brings together researchers, policy makers, and practitioners dedicated to building health research...

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Colville Tribes Youth Diversion Evaluation More Info

This was an evaluation of a tribally-administered youth diversion program

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The University of Washington Native Research Group NRG

IWRI houses the UW Native Research Group (NRG), a community of investigators who participate in research with Indigenous communities. NRG aims to share knowledge, expertise, and scholarship regarding work with indigenous communities, to promote collaboration and to increase Indigenous community research capacity. NRG also works within University systems to decrease research burden on tribal communities...

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