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Added 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
Added January 24, 2008
1/24/2008: New NARCH V Announcement Published In Federal Register; Receipt Date: 5/16/2007
A formal NARCH V Announcement requesting grant applications has now been published in the Federal Register. The receipt date for completed NARCH V application submissions is May 16, 2008. The NARCH V grants would begin in Fiscal Year 2009. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and include complete contact information, including your email address, in the body of the email. Additional technical assistance information will be published on the NARCH V page, and emailed as it becomes available. For further information please email: email@example.com.
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About the IHS Research Program
The Philosophy of the I H S Research Program is:
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.
The Mission of the I H S Research Program is:
The Goals of the I H S Research Program are:
The Major Functions to Achieve its Mission and Goals are:
Conducts, facilitates, solicits, coordinates, and evaluates community-oriented practice-based research into health problems of and delivery of care to AI/AN people and communities, with major focus to improve their health status and their systems of care.
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