Alaska Indigenous Research Program | Week 3
ANTHC & APU are partnering to host the first Alaska Indigenous Research Program: Promoting resilience, health and wellness. The program offers three weeks of FREE beginner, intermediate, and advanced level research courses from May 6-24 at the APU campus in Anchorage. The program will cover indigenous and western research methodologies; community-based participatory research; culturally responsive community engagement and communication; health research ethics; and health research and historical trauma.
Week 3 | Introductory research courses| May 20-24
This week is designed for those who are interested in health research with little to no experience. Courses will cover an introduction to Indigenous and Western research methods, exploration of different types of health research, the One Health perspective, introduction to community-based participatory research, culturally responsive communication and dissemination, introduction to history and ethics health research in Alaska as well as how to integrate Indigenous methods into public health.
Additional program information:
- The Alaska Indigenous Research Program courses are offered at no cost to attendees.
- A limited number of scholarships that cover airfare as well as room and board on the APU campus are available.
- Breakfast and lunch are provided on program days.
- College and professional development credit are offered.
- Internship opportunities at ANTHC are open for those interested in gaining more skills and research experience
Registration opens February 15!
For more information and to apply, visit www.anthc.org/indigenous-research.
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