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USask-led Indigenous health research finds a home in Saskatoon – The Battlefords News-Optimist

September 2, 2020

Indigenous health research is beginning to become more prominent with an endeavour by a network from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to improve health and wellness in Indigenous communities.

With funding from the Network Environments for Indigenous Health Research (NEIHR) and the Canadian Institute of Health Research as well as a partnership with Station 20 West in Saskatoon, USask researchers can soon begin to approach Indigenous communities to see what their priority for research is.

“The move to Station 20 West is wonderful for us,” said Dr. Caroline Tait, professor at USask and leader of NEIHR Saskatchewan network. “Because it makes us more accessible for our partners that come in from out of town, but as we come out of COVID we’ll be hiring community research facilitators. So, we’ll be hiring one in Saskatoon, one either in Prince Albert or north of Prince Albert – either La Ronge or La Loche. …

Read More: https://www.newsoptimist.ca/news/usask-led-indigenous-health-research-finds-a-home-in-saskatoon-1.24196885