Resources from the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH)


CRCAIH Methodology Core: Tracking Health over Time and Geography
Shows the potential impact of the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health on health and health disparities. Looks at county-level health outcome data in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Ranks counties into six groups based on estimated health index. Includes maps showing the rankings and identifying reservation lands and locations of CRCAIH tribal partners.
Sponsoring organization: Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health
Date: 11/2016

CRCAIH: All Training and Resources
A collection of training materials and other supporting resources to increase tribal communities’ capacity for research and increase the amount of quality, innovative research in American Indian health. Includes tools focused on research methodology, research regulation, culture, community engagement, and more.

Call for Posters: 2017 5th Annual Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Summit
Deadline: Feb 28, 2017
Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health
Event Dates: Apr 5 – 6, 2017
Sioux Falls, SD
Conference Website

Submit your Tribal Leader Scholar Forum Proposal by Feb. 17th!

Read the alert from NCAI!

At the Forum, we foster the open exchange of ideas and collaborative learning. We challenge ourselves, our presenters, and our participants to think beyond the presenter podium to more interactive working spaces — honoring the collective knowledge and memory contained in each organized breakout session.

We are soliciting three types of proposals: 1) Insight Proposals, 2) Concept Proposals, and 3) Poster Proposals.

  • Insight Proposal: Proposals feature insights from a research study, partnership, program or community initiative, or policy effort that has significance to the Forum theme. Selected proposals will be grouped as part of a panel by the NCAI reviewers.
  • Concept Proposal: Beyond soliciting traditional conference proposals, we are also soliciting brief concept papers that raise provocative ideas for community development and lay culture at the foundation. These presentations can propose a new model of federal funding, a new method for building data infrastructure, or a new policy advocacy approach, among others.
  • Poster Proposals: Proposals can highlight completed or ongoing research with significance to the Forum theme. This format is most suitable for students, colleges and universities, and community programs to share information with tribal leaders and citizens on their efforts and programs.

All proposals should be submitted to research@ncai.org by Friday, February 17th at 5:00pm (Eastern).

To access our Proposal Template, please visit: http://www.ncai.org/policy-research-center/initiatives/tribal-leader-scholar-forum.

Call for Posters for the 5th Annual CRCAIH Summit

Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH): Call for posters for the 5th Annual CRCAIH Summit, Reflect, Connect, Inspire. Deadline is February 28, 2017. Learn more.

http://crcaih.org/summit/491-2017-call-for-posters

CRCAIH Methodology Core: Tracking Health over Time and Geography

Shows the potential impact of the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health on health and health disparities. Looks at county-level health outcome data in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Ranks counties into six groups based on estimated health index. Includes maps showing the rankings and identifying reservation lands and locations of CRCAIH tribal partners.

http://crcaih.org/assets/CRCAIH_Pubs/CRCAIH-Health-Indicators-Report-16Nov2016.pdf

CRCAIH: All Training and Resources

A collection of training materials and other supporting resources to increase tribal communities’ capacity for research and increase the amount of quality, innovative research in American Indian health. Includes tools focused on research methodology, research regulation, culture, community engagement, and more.

http://crcaih.org/all-training-resources.html

Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Call for Posters!

The Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH) is hosting its 5th Annual Health Research Summit at the Sanford Center in Sioux Falls, SD.  The poster session is a wonderful opportunity for networking and sharing information on your great projects.

Preconference workshops – April 4th, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Poster Session – April 4th, 4:30pm to 6:00pm
Summit Day 1 – April 5th, 8:30am to 6:00pm
Summit Day 2 – April 6th, 8:15am to 12:10pm

To learn more about what is planned for the 2017 Summit visit www.crcaih.org/summit

If you are interested in presenting a poster, please complete our poster abstract submission form by following the link below.

http://sanfordresearch.cmail2.com/t/d-l-hliulhl-nitirkrdk-j/

Poster Submission Deadline: February 28, 2017
CRCAIH promotes collaborative research partnerships with Tribal communities, research institutions, and healthcare entities to develop innovative research that will improve American Indian health. The annual Summit is a platform that brings together Tribal communities and health researchers from multiple disciplines across the South Dakota, North Dakota, and Minnesota region.