Navajo Nation IRB

"Indigenous people and researchers: building collaborative partnerships and the importance of responsibilities, ethics, and values of research on the Navajo Nation"

The mission of the Navajo Nation Research Program is to support research that promotes and enhances the interests and the visions of the Navajo people: to encourage a mutual and beneficial partnership between the Navajo people and researchers; and to create an interface where different cultures, lifestyles, disciplines, and ideologies can come together in a way that improves, promotes, and strengthens the health of the Navajo people.

The Navajo Nation Human Research Review Board (NNHRB) was developed in March 1996 to guarantee ethical research for the Diné people. 



NNHRRB MONTHLY MEETING

 

On May 17, 2016
From 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
NDOH Conference Room
Window Rock, AZ

05-17-2016 Meeting Agenda
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Upcoming Conferences


26th National Native Health Research Conference

June 5-8, 2016
Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort 777 Casino Drive Cherokee
North Carolina


** Conference Registration Form **


** 2016 Native Research Network STUDENT Scholarship Application
–Due April 22, 2016
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** CLICK HERE for 26th National Native Health Research Conference (June 5-8, 2016) FLYER **



For information or inquiries, please contact Mike Winney at:

Mailing Address:
Navajo Research Program
Navajo Department of Health
P.O. Box 1390
Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Telephone Number: (928) 871-6929/6350
Fax Number: (928) 871-6255
E-mail Address: michael.winney@nndoh.org or
Chairperson: Ms. Becenit-Pigman: bbp_pqh@yahoo.com