Scientific Inquiry and Practice-Based Evidence for the Health of American Indians and Alaska Natives
Twenty-Third Annual Native Health Research Conference - June 26-30, 2011
Peace, Good Mind, & Strength: Indigenous Principles of Health Disparities Research and Training for the Seven Generations.
Hosted by the Native Research Network (NRN) in conjunction with the Indian Health Service (IHS) Research Program.
May 14, 2009
12/22/2008: New NARCH VI Announcement Published In Federal Register; Receipt Date: 5/14/2009
A formal NARCH VI Announcement requesting grant applications has now been published in the Federal Register. The receipt date for completed NARCH VI application submissions is May 14, 2009. The NARCH VI grants would begin in Fiscal Year 2010. A Technical Assistance program is being developed.
To sign up for technical assistance please include the words "Technical Assistance" in the subject line of an email to email@example.com and include complete contact information, including your email address, in the body of the email.
May 12, 2008
Registration is now open for the 20th Annual Native Health Research Conference
SAVE THE DATE!!
Exploring the Interface between Science and Tradition in Native Health Research
August 25-28, 2008
Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach
Participating in Research
If you are participating in research at an IHS funded facility or being conducted by IHS personnel, and you are concerned about any aspect of your treatment or feel that you or your community may have been harmed by this research, please call:
Toll Free: 888-228-6155
You don't have to give us your name when you call, although it might be helpful if you want us to look further into your complaint. We would be happy to answer any questions about your rights as a participant in IHS-related research
Good research discovers important new knowledge and answers questions to pressing and serious problems. Good research is needed by, useful for, and acceptable by American Indians and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities and people. It should be conducted in partnership with them.