Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health
The Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH) is designed to create a platform to bring together Tribal communities and health researchers, from multiple disciplines, to work together in the development of cutting-edge transdisciplinary research that will address the significant health disparities experienced by American Indians in South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota. All projects within the CRCAIH will embrace a “social determinants of health” theme. This theme was selected because of the needs of the region, the immediate applicability of many social determinants of health to public health intervention programming, and the existing strengths within the consortium of partners.
The 2014 CRCAIH Annual Summit will be on June 10th and 11th in Bemidji, MN. The theme is Making Relatives for Community-based Research, and will feature national and local speakers, trainings and workshops.
2013 Pilot Grants Program Awardees Announced
We are excited to announce our inaugural Pilot Grants Program Awardees!
2014 Pilots Grant Program Deadline 2/24/14. Please find the RFA and Application here.
Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Annual Summit
The 2013 CRCAIH Annual summit was held on June 11th and 12th in Sioux Falls, SD (Sanford Center). National speakers, panel discussions, and trainings were held on:
Presentations for the 2013 Summit
Click on presentation title to view PowerPoint slides. Click on the word video to view the presentation
Psychotherapy & American Indian Healing - Pursuing Cultural Compatibility
Healthcare Self-Determination Process in South Dakota
Research Methods 101
Use of Indigenous/Indigenist Research Methodologies
The Healing Journey
CRCAIH Partner Organizations:
• Sanford Research
Adding 3-4 additional tribes in 2013-2015 and hold an Annual Summit on American Indian Health
•3 Collaborative Research Projects: Pediatric Asthma; Living Kidney Donation Education; Emergency
Community Engagement and Innovation Division
Establish Tribal Advisory Committees to provide feedback, conduct education and training on research, and disseminate findings.
Support CRCAIH activities and offer resources to partners
Interactive Map of American Indian and Alaska Native Population, created by the Rural Assistance Center.National Institutes of Health (NIH) Guide to Grants and Contracts
Project is supported by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number U54MD008164. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
***For more information contact the Center for Health Outcomes and Prevention, 605-312-6200***