Welcome to CAIR Investigator Partnership Workshop. July 10-11, 2014 Native American Cultural Center Northern Arizona University.
Welcome to CAIR Investigator Partnership Workshop
July 10-11, 2014
Native American Cultural Center
Northern Arizona University
CAIR is a collaborative effort
Center for American Indian Resilience
NIMHD Exploratory Center Of Excellence
Principal Investigators/ Directors: Sanderson PhD and Teufel-Shone PhD
Support Personnel: J Kerata (NAU), J Assini (UA) and Whitewater (UA)
Community Advisory Board (CAB)
Teufel-Shone, PhD (UA)*
Trujillo, PhD (NAU)
Aim: Use a community-based participatory research approach to identify, assess, translate and apply models of resilience associated with positive outcomes in American Indians.
Sub Research Projects
Hardy, PhD and
Begay, PhD (NAU)
Attakai, MBA and Reinschmidt (UA)
Training & Education
Hamill, PhD (NAU)
Bauer, PhD (Diné College)
Ehiri, PhD (UA)
Aim: Use a summer research enhancement program that provides intensive research coursework and field experiences, graduate research assistantships an seminars to guide and cultivate the exploration an application of resilience models among predominantly American Indian undergraduate and graduate students at NAU, UA and Diné College.
Engagement & Outreach
Sanderson, PhD (NAU)
Chico, MPH (UA)
Aim: Leverage existing and new tribal and institutional partnerships to establish and advisory board with expertise in community-based American Indian public health practice to build local capacity to integrate evidence-based models of resilience in 9-12 science education, health promotion and practice and health policy.
Strength Based Thinking and Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
Nicolette Teufel-Shone, PhD and Octaviana Trujillo, PhD
CAIR Investigator Partnership Workshop
Reflect on the way you see and talk about everything
Community-Based Participatory Research is built on the notion that research can be a force for social change
Support and Dissemination of CBPR efforts