American Indian Health Research Conference

October 23, 2014
Alerus Center, Grand Forks

aihrc logoThe annual American Indian Health Research Conference provides a daylong event with national speakers, researchers, students, and community members. This is an opportunity to learn about how to do research with American Indian communities, what research needs to be done in American Indian communities, for students to present their research with American Indians, and opportunities to partner between communities, tribal colleges, and researchers.

The 2013 conference was held on November 4, 2013 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The keynote speaker was Jerilyn Church, MSW, Chief Executive Officer, Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board, Rapid City, South Dakota.

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Most Recent Presentations

  • Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health (SGCoE)
    Presented by Gray, J. on Oct 19 2012 at the 10th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, ND
  • Developing Undergraduate Research Capacity in Tribal Colleges
    Presented by Gray, J. & McDonald, R. on Apr 19 2008 at the American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, ND
  • Perceptions of Health Status and Elder Abuse
    Presented by Baker-Demaray, T. on Apr 06 2006 at the American Indian Research Forum, Grand Forks, ND
    Discuss the thesis results "Perception of elder abuse against Native American Seniors." The study assessed the general health status and perceptions of elder abuse among Native Elders from a viewpoint of their community rather than a personal experience.

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