Upcoming Webinars & Teleconferences
Join us for our next NCAI Policy Research Center Monthly Webinar Series scheduled for Thursday, July 19, 2018 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm ET. The topic is "Update on Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (NOWS) in AI/ANs."
Register at: http://bit.ly/2tC1buz
Stay tuned for the next webinar in our series - usually hosted every 4th Thursday of the month!
Click HERE to view the NCAI Policy Research Center YouTube playlist, featuring our past webinars and events.
NCAI Policy Research Center Monthly Webinar Series: Translating Diabetes Research into Practice to Improve Health in AI/AN Communities: Overview and Application of Dissemination and Implementation Research. Our webinar in April 2018 featured an overview of the use of dissemination and implementation research methods to translate evidence based interventions into real world settings. The speaker was Stephanie Mazzucca PhD, Prevention Research Center, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
NCAI Policy Research Center Monthly Webinar Series: The Opioid Epidemic - IHS Response to a National Crisis. Our webinar in March 2018 featured a review of what the Indian Health Service (IHS) is doing to address the opioid epidemic in AI/AN communities. The speaker was CAPT Cynthia Gunderson PharmD, Vice Chair of the IHS Heroin, Opioids and Pain Efforts (HOPE) Committee.
NCAI Policy Research Center Monthly Webinar Series: The Geospatial Dimensions of Tribal Data
Our webinar in February 2018 featured a review of service area data used by federal agencies as a part of a broader effort to build tribal data capacity. This work is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. NCAI's Amber Ebarb, MPP, was the presenter.
NCAI Policy Research Center Monthly Webinar Series: National Institutes of Health Update
The NCAI Policy Research Center hosted representatives from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to provide an update. The webinar speakers included Daozhong Jin, NIH All of Us Research Program and David R. Wilson, PhD, Director, NIH Tribal Health Research Office.
Data Sharing in Research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Informed Practices, Considerations, and Case Studies
The NCAI Policy Research Center co-hosted a free webinar with Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) on data sharing in tribal research. The webinar panel was comprised of investigators and representatives from the Strong Heart Study, AI/AN Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES), and Safe Passage Study. Speakers discussed their experience operationalizing data sharing agreements with community partners and study participants.
Tribal Behavioral Health: Diabetes and Behavioral Health Comorbidities in Native Communities
The NCAI Policy Research Center was proud to present the contents of a forthcoming brief developed with its partner scholars, Dr. Kyle Hill and Dr. Melissa Lewis, on the intersections between diabetes and behavioral health in Native communities. This webinar referenced the National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda, available online here.
Tribal Behavioral Health Advancing Healing & Wellness in an Urban Native Context
The NCAI Policy Research Center was thrilled to host Dr. Parker in this critical conversation on an American Indian community's response to depression research as a part of an expert webinar series around the National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda (available here). Tassy Parker, RN, PhD, is an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation and is a tenured professor of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and tenured professor of nursing at the UNM Health Sciences Center College of Nursing.
NCAI Quarterly Research Webinar on Tribal Economic Data & Research
Presentations include: Tribal-County Comparisons in Workforce Opportunity: Questions of Infrastructure and Social Capital Dr. Dick Todd, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis; Spatial Economic Data on Industries on Indian Reservations Dr. Johannes Moenius and Dr. Larry Gross, University of Redlands; Community Integrity through Community Investment: Insights from a Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) Jonathan Taylor, Taylor Policy Group
Quarterly Tribal Research Partners Web Conference
In this edition, the NCAI Policy Research Center invites the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health in Sioux Falls, SD to share how they are supporting tribes across the Northern Plains in building their research capacity.
2016 Post Election Webinar: NCAI Native Vote evaluates the outcome of the Presidential, Congressional, and key state races and the impact of the 2016 elections on Indian Country. 11/10/2016
A Call to Support our Veterans: Presenting Preliminary Findings from a National Survey of Native Veterans. (Greg Urquhart (Cherokee Nation, Washington State University), 11/9/2015)
Advocacy 101: Strategy & Data to Tell Your Story (NCAI & the National Rural Assembly, 08/19/2015)
Disseminating Diabetes Research (Dr. Ka'imi Sinclair, 11/19/2014)
Tribal Transportation Insights, featuring Cherokee & Seneca Nations (11/11/2014)
2014 Native Vote Post-Election Webinar. Following the Midterm Elections, the NCAI Policy Research Center provided national and state trends.
Native American Issues of Health: Translating Pathways of Health Research, Sovereignty, and Philosophy into a Community Context (Dr. Rodney Haring, 11/26/2013)
Cultural Humility: A Core Value for American Indian Community Engagement and Translational Research (Dr. Tassy Parker, 11/22/2013)
Developing National Guidelines and Building Research Capacity to Support Inter-Tribal Communities (Dr. Jami Bartgis & Dr. Nicole Yuan, 11/19/2013) – Link will be posted after manuscript accepted for submission
2012 Native Vote Post-Election Webinar. Following the US Presidential Election, the NCAI Policy Research Center provided key national and state analysis of voter registration and turnout data.