Guiding Principles for Engaging in Research with Native American Communities

The resource below is intended for use by researchers working with Native American communities. This 20-page booklet was developed by a multi-ethnic group of researchers and community consultants, including individuals who are active members of their tribal communities.


The goal is to:

1.    Provide written guidance when encountering challenges in research relationships and processes;
2.    Elicit thoughtful discussion among researchers, and;
3.    Increase awareness of our responsibilities as researchers as individuals participating in research and to the 

We offer 11 principles to guide research collaborations with Native American communities. Each principle is accompanied by an illustrative vignette and questions to elicit discussion.

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