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Call for Abstracts 23rd Annual Native Health Research Conference

The 23rd Annual Native Research conference will bring together many different stakeholders involved in the conception, production, translation and use of health research in American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and Aboriginal communities. Conference participants will include researchers, health care providers, administwartors, educators, Institutional Review Boards/Tribal Review Board members, Indigenous students in training, policy-makers, and Native/Aboriginal leaders.The conference is an opportunity to enhance our collective ability to advance biomedical, behavioral, and health research projects and efforts. We are looking for pre-coordinated panel presentations, oral presentations, and poster presentations. We are especially interested in proposals that will address this year’s conference theme on the “Peace, Good Mind, & Strength: Indigenous Principles of Health Disparities Research and Training for the Seven Generations”, as well as presenters who might address Community-Based Participatory Research from the community’s perspective. All proposals regarding any area of Native health research will also receive full consideration. Abstracts must be received by Midnight 12am (Pacific Standard Time) on April 30, 2011, in order to be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee of the Native Research Network, Inc. We anticipate notifying all potential presenters of the selection outcome via email by May 15, 2011.

Instructions for preparing abstracts and other required forms can be accessed by clicking on the Call or are available for download from the Native Research Network, Inc. website at or at the IHS Research Program website at